WWE fans are in agreement over WWE booking after Raw's main event

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WWE's first main event of Monday Night Raw in 2019 saw Dean Ambrose defend the Intercontinental Championship against Seth Rollins in a Falls Count Anywhere match.

The Architect attacked The Lunatic before the bell could ring, and the two quickly brawled into the backstage area and in the crowd before settling in the ring, using anything they could find as a weapon.

After Rollins hit a superplex on Ambrose into a buckle bomb followed by a superkick and his Curb Stomp finisher, he was about to pin him to recapture the Intercontinental title from his longtime rival before Bobby Lashley pulled him out of the ring.

After fighting at the start of the show, The Kingslayer and All Mighty fought again, with Lashley laying out Rollins with a Spear, before allowing The Lunatic to crawl on top of him for pinfall win to retain his championship.

Once the match had finished, Lio Rush pulled out a table out from under the ring for Lashley to send Rollins crashing through it as Raw went off the air.

While their match was much better than the one they had last month at TLC, many fans were upset with WWE booking Ambrose to face Rollins again and the predictable finish involving Lashley.

They cited as well that change is yet to arrive in the WWE in the new year despite the promise by The McMahon Family at the back end of 2018.

This is quite critical of some fans to think this, as change is clearly happening in the WWE, but at the same time, change doesn't happen overnight.

Many WWE fans agree more change is needed after Raw's main event

At least now, it looks like the rivalry between Rollins and Ambrose has been put to bed, with The Architect moving on to feud with Lashley, while the Intercontinental Champion's new challenger will likely be revealed between now and the Royal Rumble at the end of the month.

Despite the process towards change, it looks as though some fans still aren't happy with WWE creative. Some things never change.

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