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Seth Rollins To Address What's Wrong With WWE Raw Under Baron Corbin Tonight

Have our prayers been answered?

WWE have announced that Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins will address the situation involving his TLC 2018 opponent Dean Ambrose on tonight's episode of Raw. More interestingly, The Architect will also be addressing the current state of WWE Raw under the part-time General Managership of Baron Corbin.

Here's what WWE announced earlier this evening:

"Six nights before defending his Intercontinental Championship against Dean Ambrose at WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs, Seth Rollins will address the recent actions of The Lunatic Fringe and what's wrong with Monday Night Raw under the watch of "General Manager-Elect" Baron Corbin, WWE.com can confirm.

"The Architect has never been one to hold back, either physically or verbally, so whatever he has to say will surely incite a response, whether from Ambrose, Corbin or both."

Naturally, this is all part of a storyline whereby Corbin is making the lives of those who are against him an utter misery - but just imagine if Seth took on the role of voice of the voiceless here. Imagine if he said he was sick of wrestling Dolph Ziggler this year; imagine if he said he was sick of hearing Renee Young only being allowed to say no more than three words at any given time; imagine if he said he was sick of the lack of compelling storylines on the show.

Imagine if Seth Rollins stood there and said WWE's creative teams have made a complete mess of Dean Ambrose's heel turn after such a promising start...

I know it's not going to happen, but just imagine if it did... I know the image of Rollins shooting on everything wrong with Raw is what you immediately thought of when you first opened this article.

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Ross Tweddell

Written by Ross Tweddell

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