IMPACT Wrestling Trolls WWE Following Confusing Spot on Raw

Published 01/12/2021, 11:53 AM EST


WWE fans were hyped for the main event of Monday Night Raw last night, but were treated to something weird instead. Triple H vs Randy Orton ended up with ‘The Game’…disappearing and Alexa Bliss returning to take revenge on Orton. 

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Bliss threw what appeared to be a ball of fire at the face of Randy, causing him to writhe in pain. ‘The Viper’ was seen rolling on the floor of the ring as the episode ended in another cliffhanger. 

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The moment was hardly the ending fans expected to a show that was supposed to climax with Randy Orton vs Triple H. Unfortunately, fans got yet another flame related spot at the end, which was the subject to many jokes. 

In a recent post on Twitter, IMPACT Wrestling also took a shot at the spot by showing WWE how to really pull off a move involving fire. This was released mere seconds after Raw ended.

WWE let fans down with an anti-climactic finish to Raw

WWE seemed to be doing everything right by setting Triple H up against Randy Orton. There were a lot of eyes drawn towards ‘The Game’ who is a fan-favorite even today. 

However, the night was stolen when Alexa Bliss returned. This only means that Randy will continue his storyline with ‘The Fiend’. 

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At TLC 2020, ‘The Viper’ burned his nemesis alive in the most sinister depiction of his character. He thought “The Fiend” was done for, but it seems that he has more to do in the Firefly Fun House. 

Randy Orton wanted the WWE Championship but is now stuck in a burning house. Alexa Bliss’ actions were only the work of the messenger; the worst is yet to come. 

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Orton has to prepare himself to fight the bigger horror in WWE today. But before that’s settled, we have to know where Triple H is.

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Luke Dias

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Luke Dias is a senior WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports, having published more than 1000 articles on professional wrestling. Having completed courses in Advanced Writing from the University of California and Media and Ethics from the University of Amsterdam, Luke is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in Journalism from Xavier’s College. His tremendous knowledge of WWE history enables him to make past connections, adding depth to the articles.

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