WWE News: Aleister Black To Move Into Main Event Picture On Raw?
As seen on this past edition of WWE Monday Night Raw, Aleister Black competed against Buddy Murphy in the third match on recent TV programming.
He also picked up consecutive wins over the Australian talent that could have been an indication that WWE officials will soon bring him into the main event picture. In a recent report, future plans around him have been spilled.
According to the Wrestling Observer, Aleister Black will be one of the names to resist the new heel stable formed on WWE Raw.
By the end of this week’s episode, we have seen a surprising scene where Buddy Murphy joined forces with Seth Rollins and AOP to make the heel faction even stronger. To neutralize them, more babyface stars are needed onboard.
Hence, the newest string force on WWE Raw roster, Aleister Black will be utilized in this context. Previously, WWE called a giant back into the scene who will definitely not stay in the scene for a long time.
The Big Show is the concerned name who only returned for a short run to do favors for the younger talent, Rollins and Co. His task is said to be over which means new faces will be needed.
Big Show has suffered the wrath of Rollins and AOP on WWE Raw through a vicious beatdown. He ended the show by lying flat on his back after eating Stomps and low-blows. This could be a setup of Big Show’s departure from WWE TV which gives the upper-hand to the heel team. They will be heavy in number=games.
Only Kevin Owens and Samoa Joe will be the duo to be facing a 2 vs. 4 challenge against Rollins’ stable consisting of himself, Murphy & AOP.
The word is going on that Rey Mysterio and Aleister Black will be the two babyfaces to join forces with Owens & Joe to battle the faction, arguably known as The Architects of Pain. This would be the first time that the latter name will be in the main event scene.
With Brock Lesnar being a temporary name on WWE Raw, it’s evident that this faction captained by Seth Rollins will be stealing the marquee spotlight.
They will be in the middle of a push en route to WrestleMania 36. So a fraction of that spotlight will be reserved for Aleister Black, as well.
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