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Triple H’s Plan For Austin Theory Revealed

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• Triple H’s Plan For Austin Theory Revealed

On last week’s episode of RAW, Austin Theory cashed-in his Money In The Bank contract on Seth Rollins for the United States Championship and lost due to interference from Bobby Lashley.

Then on last night’s RAW, Theory showed a vicious side of him. He said he is done being the ‘future’ and that he is the ‘now’.

Theory then faced Dolph Ziggler and lost via DQ because he didn’t stop attacking The Showoff.

Later in the main event, after Rollins defeated Finn Balor to retain the US Title, Theory attacked Rollins.

According to the Wrestling Observer, WWE’s Chief Content Officer Triple H wants Theory to drop the “Selfie” gimmick and plans on making him a serious threat to the RAW roster and last night was the beginning of this new character for the youngest US Champion in WWE history:

“The show is all about making Austin Theory dump the selfie thing which quite frankly, if you’re gonna make him a top guy, you needed to dump it. That was very much the second-match guy gimmick anyway.

So they’re dumping that and trying to get him to be more of a vicious guy and put him in there.

He lost to Seth last week, but they’re gonna go with the big Seth Rollins and Austin Theory feud. Maybe even on the (Survivor Series) pay-per-view.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (November 15, 1999) – WWF RAW IS WAR

On this day in 1999, the World Wrestling Federation aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF RAW IS WAR’.

It was LIVE from the Civic Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Armageddon 1999’ PPV.

Here’s the card:

Mankind vs. Val Venis

Kurt Angle vs. Godfather

Gangrel vs. Chris Jericho

WWF World Heavyweight Title: Big Show vs. British Bulldog

Road Dogg vs. Al Snow

Test vs. Billy Gunn

Triple H vs. Kane

No.1 Contenders Hardcore Match: The Big Boss Man vs. The Rock

        
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