Rollins Says Raw “Sucks,” Corgan’s NWA Plans, Hardy vs. Reigns?

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This week’s edition of Monday Night Raw kicked off with General Manager-elect Baron Corbin coming down to the ring for a promo, which was eventually interrupted by Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins. During the promo, Rollins boldly claimed that Raw has “sucked” ever since Corbin took on the GM role. Rollins said that ratings and backstage morale are both low at the moment. What made the segment so interesting is that Seth’s promo echoed several arguments from fans who have felt that the quality of Raw has declined quite a bit over the past couple of weeks. Seth Rollins put his title on the line in a TLC match against Corbin in the main event of the show last night, which Rollins was able to win.
Billy Corgan is currently working on reviving the National Wrestling Alliance promotion. The NWA already experienced some notoriety earlier this year when Cody Rhodes won the world title at All In, and when the promotion celebrated its 70th anniversary not too long ago. However, Corgan will continue to help the promotion grow in 2019. Corgan doubled down on his promise for the return of the Crockett Cup and more pay-per-views near year, but Corgan also revealed some new details on his Instagram story. Corgan said that the NWA will be partnering with Ring of Honor and Championship Wrestling From Hollywood. This likely means that the NWA title will be defended in multiple promotions, and talent from the roster will be featured all over the US as well.
Earlier this year, Matt Hardy shocked everybody by announcing his plans to go on hiatus from the wrestling business. At one point, it even seemed as if Hardy had retired from the ring altogether due to injuries, and in order to focus on becoming a backstage agent for WWE. However, “The Woken One” has since made it clear that his in-ring career is still far from finished. In fact, while speaking with in India, Hardy named one match that he still definitely would like to have before his time in WWE concludes. Matt says that he would actually still like to go one on one with Roman Reigns. The former Universal Champion currently has no timetable for a possible return, and neither does Matt Hardy. 


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