Vince McMahon Reveals Wild Card Rule For Monday Night RAW & SmackDown Live

Is this WWE's strategy to get ratings back on track?

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This week’s episode of Monday Night RAW was kicked off by Vince McMahon and the top Superstars in WWE.

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Roman Reigns interrupted McMahon and took several shots at him for allowing his “spoiled kids” to run the show during his medical hiatus. Soon after, Daniel Bryan made his return and joined both men in the ring.

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Bryan said that he had spent the last month in solitude and demanded his WWE Title rematch against Kofi Kingston that was actually scheduled for Money In The Bank.

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Out came Kofi and Mr. McMahon then introduced the Wild Card Rule that would allow three Superstars from RAW to come over to SmackDown Live on special occasions and vice versa.

Drew McIntyre joined the party and vowed to Claymore Kick Reign’s arse “back down to Earth.”

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The Chairman then announced a WrestleMania rematch between The Big Dog and The Scottish Psychopath and another rematch between Kingston and Bryan for the WWE Championship.

AJ Styles walked out and called out McMahon for allowing SmackDown Live Superstars (Reigns, Kofi and Bryan) on RAW. The Phenomenal One said that he would like to bring some of his red-brand friends to SmackDown Live.

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Universal Champion Seth Rollins interrupted them all.

McMahon cooled off a potential fight between Rollins and Styles by forcing both men to team up against Bobby Lashley and Baron Corbin.

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Later during the show, Vince changed the Superstar count to four during a backstage angle with Lars Sullivan.