Monday Night Raw is going to do its best to live up to Championship Monday as he have our third championship of the night between the Street Profits (Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins) (C) and the Viking Raiders (Erik and Ivar).
The stage is set
This is a match many of us have been wanting since both teams came up from NXT. While both are extremely talented, the Street Profits have always been second to the Viking Raiders. In NXT, the Viking Raiders vacated the NXT Tag Team Championship when they were called up to Monday Night Raw. The Street Profits followed them to Raw, where they eventually beat Seth Rollins and Murphy for the Raw Tag Team Championship, which Rollins and Murphy won from the Viking Raiders.
It’s been a series of second bests, as the two teams haven’t been able to settle who is the better team since coming to Raw. So, we’ve gotten to enjoy some hilarious competitions between these two tag teams over the last few weeks, but it’s now time to put it all on the table. Push those chips to the center, boys, it’s game time.
Since their tiebreaker at Backlash was stopped by Tozawa and his ninjas, we finally get to see these two teams square off for the titles. This has been a match many of us have wanted to see since they were called up, and hopefully it goes off without any of the foolishness that’s been a staple of WWE programing lately.
We’re finally going to see the best two face teams — and arguably the two best teams overall in the WWE — face each other and we’re hoping to see a great match without and run-ins, distractions, or other fun little incidentals (ie foolishness) we’ve gotten regularly.
What’s really cool about this is the competitive nature of the match. Over their recent friendly competitions, the four have developed a true friendship and stood united last week. But with two face teams being at the top, it’s only logical for one of them to be turned heel.
Enter Monday Night Raw’s top controversy.
We’re not saying this will happen, but it’ll add a whole new element to the storyline between the two teams to see if they can remain friendly rivals or will one turn to the heel side to retain or win the belts?
This has the potential to be Monday Night Raw’s top storyline for the next couple of months if they do it right, and we’re hoping they do. Stay tuned, we could be in for a real treat.
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