Cesaro & Sheamus may have thought they were out of the woods after beating all of Raw’s tandems before WrestleMania even came around. Raw’s tag teams seemed to disagree, however. The Raw Tag Team Champions had been set to battle The Miztourage (the last team left for them to battle) as a result of a half-joking “open invitation,” to see who could hang with them, but Bo Dallas & Curtis Axel weren’t the only team who decided to accept the offer.
Before the match could even start, each Team Red tandem — The Revival, Heath Slater & Rhyno, Titus Worldwide and Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson — ran to the ring, one after the other, and instigated an all-out brawl that The Bar narrowly escaped. Sheamus & Cesaro gave Raw General Manager Kurt Angle an earful about it, too: Despite the rumors of a Superstar Shake-up after WrestleMania, The Bar eviscerated Angle for allowing the Raw Tag Team division to attack en masse and demanded an immediate trade to SmackDown LIVE. The Olympic Hero, unsurprisingly, turned them down, though he did inform his champions their WrestleMania opponents would be decided in a Battle Royal among Raw’s tag teams later in the evening.
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