WWE news: Fans left annoyed by 'disgusting' Viking Raiders segment on RAW

The Viking Raiders segment on RAW has drawn criticism

Monday Night RAW aired from an empty WWE Performance Center again this week. 

It will be the last live show for a couple of months, with Vince McMahon making the call to return to a tapings schedule amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

The card for RAW was stacked, with 11 matches. Three Money in the Bank participants were confirmed - as was Drew McIntyre's next challenger for the WWE Championship.

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But while fans would have been impressed with the action inside the Performance Center, there was one moment that has left many confused. 

The Viking Raiders were involved in a Carpool Karaoke segment, driving around the streets in their Viking headgear, singing about their love for fighting. 

Ivar was also seen eating a massive turkey leg while riding in the car.

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That's very strange, to say the least. 

There is no official word on where WWE are going with this angle, but Wrestling Inc speculates that The Viking Raiders could be getting the comedy re-package originally planned for The Revival.

If that's true, there will be a lot of very upset fans. In fact, many couldn't believe what they were seeing on Monday night. 

The Viking Raiders were involved in an odd segment on RAW

"What the hell was that s*** with the Viking Raiders? Did that man have a toy chicken leg? Lmaoooo," one tweeted in response to the segment. 

Another wrote: "I woke up today happy about the day ahead but after watching that Viking Raiders segment, I feel depressed now and I just want to go back to sleep." 

"When did The Viking Raiders become The B Team? What a disgusting segment!" a third added. 

The Viking Raiders are former WWE RAW Tag Team Champions

It's fair to say fans aren't best pleased with the apparent direction WWE are taking Erik and Ivar, but it's hard to blame them because the Carpool Karaoke segment was just terrible. 

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