What Happened After RAW Went Off-Air? Bobby Roode On Losing His RAW Debut, Daniel Bryan To Punch The Miz

April 23rd episode of WWE Monday Night RAW at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis had a dark match advertised featuring Roman Reigns, Braun Strowman & WWE Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins vs. Sheamus, Ceasro & Samoa Joe. However, that match didn’t take place due to The Bar heading to SmackDown Live following the Superstar Shakeup. RAW went off air with Ronda Rousey and a match official helping Natalya to the back followed by other female Superstars from the night’s main event also heading backstage.

 

Former WWE United States Champion Bobby Roode made a “Glorious” debut on RAW last week as part of the Superstar Shakeup which witnessed the Superstar leave the blue brand for the red one. Although Roode’s participation on RAW, April 16 wasn’t an actual debut as he was a part of a 10-Man Tag Team Match, his official singles debut took place on this week’s RAW against Elias. Roode lost to Elias in a shocking roll-up pin which served him right given Elias’ singing concert which was interrupted by Roode. After losing his in-ring debut on the red brand, The Glorious One was interviewed backstage by Mike Rome where the former US Champion said that he aims to fix this loss by winning the first-ever 50-Man Royal Rumble Match at the Greatest Royal Rumble scheduled for April 27, 2018.

 

SmackDown Live on April 24 will feature Daniel Bryan as the special guest on MizTV with The Miz making his return to the blue brand after a year as per WWE’s official announcement prior to the show. Bryan took to Twitter to share his plans and for MizTV and to receive suggestions for the same as the former SmackDown Live General Manager prepares to reignite his feud with The Miz, this time as a full-time in-ring wrestler.