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Things we learnt on WWE RAW

17 April 2018, 12:26 | Elsie Buchanan

Things we learnt on WWE RAW

Things we learnt on WWE RAW

Add Baron Corbin, Bobby Roode, Chad Gable, Zack Ryder, Mojo Rawley and Mike Kanellis to the list of SmackDown stars moving to RAW in the WWE Superstar Shakeup edition of tonight's RAW.

Jinder Mahal was the first one to leave Smackdown and brought the US Championship with him - as well as Sunil Singh.

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Jeff Hardy was the man to answer the challenge and is now facing Mahal for the United States Championship. The show featured a handful of new arrivals to Raw and was main-evented by a 10-man tag team match.

Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn appeared on Miz TV, where they announced Raw commissioner Stephanie McMahon had overruled Kurt Angle and offered both of them Raw contracts.

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Dolph Ziggler made his return to RAW and was interrupted by Titus Worldwide.

Crews got the worst of it, finding himself on the receiving end of a vicious-looking combination of McIntyre's Claymore Kick and Ziggler's Zig Zag finishers.

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We need to pay for the admission of children and purchase groceries and vegetables, ' said a common man from Varanasi. After the demonetisation exercise, the currency in circulation increased to Rs. 16,50,000 crore.

Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free WWE Raw results for night one of the Superstar Shake-up, April 16, 2018.



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