Sad but true. What people did care about last night, was Seth Rollins looking to move beyond the tag team division as he asked general manager Kurt Angle for a chance at entering the Elimination Chamber and earning his way to the Wrestlemania main event.
Interestingly enough, Rousey received a loud chorus of boo's from the fans in attendance at Raw.
Up next is Absolution Vs Mickie James and Alexa Bliss. He is interrupted by Braun, who, hilariously, is sat at the top of the stage with a giant string bass. They do have one more week of television to fill before the PPV, after all. This sets up a match for later in the night between Reigns and Sheamus. After Strowman was initially jumped while entering the ring, he countered Elias' attempt to hit him with a guitar by striking him down and adding a running powerslam. Rousey then made her intentions clear: she wants a match at WrestleMania XXXIV in April. Both guys were great in this segment, with Strowman showing how charismatic he can be if given a chance. Despite that, know that it was a good match, even if it lacked high-spots for the majority of it.
She pointed at the WrestleMania 34 sign and indicated her intentions to wrestle a match at the event. This was a really fun multi-man match and everyone got time to show their talents. While it remains uncertain whether these two will continue doing business together on the Road to WrestleMania, both are so scorching hot by being so comfortable in their respective gimmicks that no complaints would be had. As multi-man main events go, this was a solid bout. In comparison to SmackDown right now, Raw is flying high.