This week’s RAW Preview, which comes in the wake of the Survivor Series, will air on November 28, 2022. The Survivor Show: Now that WarGames is over, it was certainly memorable, if imperfect, event.
However, in terms of the most important feuds, it successfully laid the groundwork for the remainder of 2022 on RAW and SmackDown.
There is still a lot of time as the 2023 Royal Rumble is the next Premium Live Event, which is exactly two months away. Following Survivor Series, we anticipate that WWE will proceed as they typically do: to eventually prepare for the 2023 Royal Rumble and start some short-term rivalries.
Following WarGames, the following is likely to occur on RAW, despite the fact that no matches or segments have been announced as of this writing:
#5. After a crushing night at Survivor Series, what comes next for The Judgment Day on RAW?
At Survivor Series, Judgment Day had a bad night: WarGames.While Finn Balor was defeated by his rival AJ Styles, Rhea Ripley lost the WarGames match and got Asuka’s green mist on her face.
Dominik Mysterio and Damian Priest were beaten by Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson as well. Due to their prior WarGames match, neither Rhea Ripley nor “Michin” Mia Yim participated.
It was one of Judgment Day’s worst nights overall, and this week, they will try to make a big comeback on RAW. You can be sure that the faction will likely make a big statement tonight to recover from Survivor Series, whether it’s a title challenge or something else.
#4. What is in store for Becky Lynch following her successful return?
Bianca Belair’s final teammate, Becky Lynch, hit a big move from the top of the cage to pin Dakota Kai and win the match. She also proved to be the night’s difference maker.
Despite the fact that it would make sense to assume that she would have the rightful place against Bianca Belair, WWE probably has no plans to match the two again because they are both babyfaces and were allied.
We’ll talk about the RAW Women’s Champion’s next move later. However, despite the fact that the two Horsewomen participated in the main event of Survivor Series 2019 together, some may be surprised to learn that Becky Lynch and Bayley have never had a proper singles feud. Bayley and Becky Lynch had a confrontation.
Big Time Becks’ exciting new feud appears to be Damage CTRL on RAW for the remainder of 2022.
#3. This week, The Miz will face Johnny Gargano and Dexter Lumis. What will he have in store for them?
The Miz avoided Johnny Gargano last week on RAW because he claimed to have injured himself while filming a TikTok.The Nigerian Nightmare Omos was an appropriate replacement for him.
While Omos crushed Gargano in a result that seemed obvious, the Miz watched and laughed at the commentary booth. With The Miz doing everything in his power to avoid Johnny Gargano and even Dexter Lumis, what other strategies does he have planned for this week?
#2. What comes next for Bianca Belair, the RAW Women’s Champion?
This year, Bianca Belair, the RAW Women’s Champion, had been feuding with Bayley and Damage CTRL for nearly four months. Despite her numerous victories over The Role Model, her rivalry with Damage CTRL came to an appropriate conclusion at Survivor Series: WarGames during which Belair’s team won.
Bianca Belair mentioned Charlotte Flair and Rhea Ripley when she was asked what was next for her. Bayley no longer holds the title. The dream feud has not occurred with Ripley on the main roster, and they recently had a brief backstage conversation to hint at one.
However, Charlotte Flair has been out of WWE for more than six months. She is said to be Bianca Belair’s opponent at WrestleMania 39. Therefore, we doubt that there will be a conflict. Who will challenge the Women’s Champion?
#1. The new run of Austin Theory on RAW
Began with a moment of redemption at Survivor Series: WarGames as he won two consecutive United States Championships by defeating Bobby Lashley and Seth Rollins.
The theory has changed his mindset ever since he lost his briefcase on RAW and now refers to himself as “the now” rather than “the future.”He will now enter Monday Night as a man who has been vindicated, eager to fulfill Vince McMahon’s prediction about him.
Although he did nothing illegal, some may argue that his victory at Survivor Series was fortunate. But nothing suggests that he will start a new fight. Instead, don’t be surprised if Bobby Lashley or Seth Rollins continues to loom large over the United States title picture.