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WWE RAW 4/3/17 Preview – WrestleMania Fallout

WWE RAW 4/3/17

Tonight, WWE brings RAW to the Amway Center in Orlando, FL for what promises to be a memorable episode with a raucous post-WrestleMania crowd. Last night, WWE delivered a great WrestleMania filled with title changes, a surprising return, and quite possibly the final match of The Undertaker.

Last night, Roman Reigns defeated The Undertaker. It’s now officially Roman’s yard, and you better believe the crowd tonight won’t like it one bit. What’s next for Roman Reigns? Find out tonight.

The Universal Championship was on the line last night as Goldberg defended against Brock Lesnar. Lesnar dominated for the most part and took Goldberg to Suplex City. The champ managed to connect with some spears and a Jackhammer, but it wasn’t enough to put down the beast this time. Lesnar nailed Goldberg with a F5 and pinned the champ, finally conquering the one man who had been his kryptonite. Now that Brock Lesnar is the Universal Champion, what challenger awaits him?

Seth Rollins battled his former mentor Triple H last night in a non-sanctioned match where anything went. Rollins fought his way through his knee pain and fulfilled his promise of being the “king slayer.” Now that Seth Rollins has defeated Triple H, what’s next for “the man?”

Last night, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson walked down the long WrestleMania ramp to defend their RAW Tag Team Championship against Enzo & Big Cass and Cesaro & Sheamus in a Triple Threat Ladder Match. The champs, as well as the challengers and the packed Citrus Bowl crowd, were stunned when WrestleMania hosts The New Day came out and informed that it would now be a Fatal 4-Way and that the fourth team was none other than a returning Matt and Jeff Hardy. Just about 24 hours after dropping the ROH Tag Team Titles in a Ladder Match at Supercard of Honor XI, The Hardy’s won the RAW Tag Team Championship in a Ladder Match at WrestleMania. Unprecedented. What’s next for Team Extreme, and might things get “Broken” soon?

Also last night, Bayley retained her RAW Women’s Championship over Charlotte, Nia Jax, and Sasha Banks, and Neville retained his Cruiserweight Championship against Austin Aries. Things didn’t go so well for United States Champion Chris Jericho though, as he lost his title to former best friend Kevin Owens.

Tonight’s show should be can’t miss as the post-WrestleMania RAW is always entertaining and newsworthy. What surprises may be in store? Tune in to RAW tonight at 7pm CT on USA Network to find out.

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About Gary Smith (1003 Articles)
I'm Gary Smith, aka "PatriotPaine." I'm the Editor-in-Chief of VortexEffect.net. I'm usually posting news and reviews, and doing all the back end stuff as well. I like to play games, watch movies, wrestling, and college football (Roll Tide Roll).

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