Bray Wyatt haunts Randy Orton, Triple Threat match for next week on WWE Raw


This week on WWE Monday Night Raw, Adam Pearce was set to announce who would challenge Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship at the TLC pay-per-view. However, Pearce was hit in the head by Braun Strowman.

Later in the series, Bobby Lashley and Randy Orton tried to convince Pearce that they should get the title show. Pearce has therefore announced that a Triple Threat match next week will determine the No.1 candidate. This week, three matches have been played to determine who will fight in the Triple Threat match next week.

The first qualifying game featured Sheamus against Matt Riddle. Just like their game a few weeks ago, they’ve put on another big game this week. Riddle won after countering a Clover Leaf submission in a roll up.

The second match was Keith Lee against Bobby Lashley. There was no end to the game as MVP ran into the ring to attack Lee. This meant that Lee won by DQ and qualified for the Triple Threat match.

The third game was AJ Styles against Randy Orton. The Fiend appeared in the last minute of the match, then disappeared. Moments later, the lights went out and The Fiend appeared behind Orton. The Fiend disappeared and Orton was distracted, which was enough for Styles to win the match with the Phenomenal Foream.

If you want spoiler news, click here to find out who will get the title against McIntyre at WWE TLC.

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