On Monday night, Seth Rollins proceeded to tear into general manager elect Baron Corbin for the way that he has been running Raw recently.
In two of the last three episodes of Raw, ratings have been their lowest in the company's history.
However, Corbin is not the man making the decisions behind the scenes, despite his on-screen role. He was simply the surrogate to the criticism aimed at Vince McMahon and the fact the WWE are acknowledging their mistakes is quite something.
This Sunday at the Tables, Ladders and Chairs pay-per-view, Corbin will face off against Braun Strowman where if he wins, he will become the permanent GM of Raw. If he loses, Braun Strowman will face Brock Lesnar for the Universal title at the Royal Rumble.
The WWE have been teasing that Strowman might not make the PPV following his legitimate elbow surgery a few weeks ago and according to WrestleVotes, Strowman will be at the show but it's very unlikely he'll actually work it.
John Cena has replaced Strowman on foreseeable house shows and that can't be a good sign at all.
Now, PWInsider are reporting that Kurt Angle is scheduled for Raw the night after TLC and that could mean several things, but, most likely, it means that Baron Corin will lose on Sunday.
Angle has been training with IWC Wrestling Academy in Jefferson Hills, PA for an expected return to the ring and has said on multiple Facebook Q&As that he would like one last run in the ring.
Will he be returning as his role as general manager? Will he replace Strowman in the match on Sunday? That would make a lot of sense if that was the case.
Another man that has been rumoured to fill Strowman's spot is a returning Bray Wyatt. We know that he has ties with Strowman from their time in the Wyatt Family and the former WWE champion returned at WWE Starrcarde last month, so we know he's good to go.
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