World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. is an American publicly traded, privately controlled entertainment company that deals primarily in professional wrestling, with major revenue sources also coming from film, music, video games, product licensing, and direct product sales.
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WE Raw underwent reconstructive surgery on Monday night by way of adding several new talents during the Superstar Shake-up.
Dean Ambrose is now a part of the red brand. Bray Wyatt arrived. Alexa Bliss switched shows.
Change was the order of the day, even if it came with no explanation of how the Superstar Shake-up worked. Were these acquisitions trades? What were the rules of the brand dealings?
None of that was clear.
Monday’s show succeeded when it featured two of the brand’s monsters ripping through flesh. Nia Jax looked more like a champion-in-waiting than she has to date. Braun Strowman delivered a superhuman moment in his pursuit to end Roman Reigns.
A cruiserweight’s change in character, more teasing of a heel turn in the women’s division and Seth Rollins’ defiance made for an interesting edition of Raw, even if it clumsily introduced its shifting landscape. The following is a breakdown of all that and the rest of the latest episode of WWE’s marquee show.