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April 14, 2019, 08:54 IST

  This week's episode of WWE RAW could certainly be great
This week's episode of WWE RAW could certainly be great

WWE is well connected with its fanbase through social media. And that's why I'm sure the company is aware that a large percentage of WWE Universe was concerned about RAW and SmackDown Live that followed WrestleMania. Not that they were bad shows, but there were just not big surprises. And the shows that follow WrestleMania are usually known for a surprise or two.

That said, WWE would certainly make RAW this week very exciting. These are the surprises I will potentially see during the show. Be sure to let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

Keep in mind that none of these surprises could happen. But then everyone could also happen.

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# 5 Samoa Joe comes to RAW with the US Championship

The worst thing happened to the US Championship moving to SmackDown Live, in my opinion. On the blue mark, there have been weeks in the end when the championship has not been shown, which significantly undermines its value. Nakamura and R-Truth, both exceptionally gifted Champions, both had really underperforming races as a result.

I kill that if the championship comes to RAW with Champion Samoa Joe, we could potentially see the title become important again. I guess both mid-card champions will change brands if this happens and the US title will get as much air time as the Intercontinental Championship did. Samoa Joe could also benefit from working on RAW.

Samoa Joe, while big in the ring, is really gifted by passionate campaigns and mind games. It is a side of his character that he is going to show in cuddles on the red mark.

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His primary passion remains to look and undergo the art of professional wrestling for the Sports Shed. In the world of heavy metal, he goes off the moniker Dr. Hex.

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