WWE are under huge pressure to put on solid Raw and SmackDown episodes this week after the fallout from Sunday’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view.
Below, talkSPORT.com rounds up the latest news and rumours from the wrestling world…
WWE delete tweet about Rollins vs Wyatt rematch
Chants of ‘AEW’ and ‘refund’ broke out at the end of the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view’s main event between Seth Rollins and ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt.
Remarkably, a Hell in a Cell match ended in a disqualification after Rollins had smashed a sledgehammer into Wyatt’s head.
Many fans expected Wyatt to win the Universal Championship, but the belt stays on The Architect for now.
But could he get another chance?
On Monday, WWE revealed on Twitter that Rollins and Wyatt would go at it again at Survivor Series next month, but deleted the tweet shortly after.
It read: “BREAKING: After what took place at #WWEHIAC, @WWERollins will once again defend the #UniversalChampionship against @WWEBrayWyatt on November 24th at #WWESurvivorSeires!”
What happens next is anyone’s guess…
The Young Bucks troll WWE
Just minutes after Hell in a Cell went off air, Young Bucks member Matt Jackson reminded everyone to tune into AEW Dynamite on Wednesday.
In a very well-timed and humorous tweet, Jackson wrote: “We’ll be back Wednesday for a new episode of Dynamite on TNT.”
WWE statement congratulating AEW’s network television debut was passive aggressive, says Jon Moxley
Last week, WWE congratulated new rivals AEW on their first network televised episode on TNT.
But Jon Moxley, formerly known as Dean Ambrose in WWE, did not seem impressed.
He said: “There is a viable alternative [to WWE]. I mean, this is real. This actually happened.
“I’m sure there are a lot of people that are going to keep waiting to wake up from the nightmare like this isn’t really real.
“But like all this is happening, this is 100 per cent real – and it’s great for everybody. It’s great.
“I don’t say this to try to do some corporate-speak like that passive-aggressive ass WWE statement the other day.”