WWE chief Vince McMahon was 'significantly late' for Monday Night RAW, according to reports.
Fightful Select claim the American billionaire missed the creative meeting before making a number of changes to the show.
One of those tweaks saw WWE scrap the previously announced clash between Randy Orton and Braun Strowman.
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The Viper had never had a one-on-one match with the Monster Among Men but he instead faced off against Riddle last night.
Orton ultimately lost to the former NXT Tag Team Champion after the Original Bro countered an RKO attempt into a crucifix pin.
Strowman meanwhile randomly teamed up with Drew McIntyre to battle former RETRIBUTION members Mace and T-Bar.
Fightful also claim that there were “tons of changes” to last week’s show as WWE was “short-handed”.
The RAW after WrestleMania is usually a highlight for many fans in the wrestling calendar with shocking debuts and the birth of new storylines.
Yet WWE's offering this month underwhelmed and that was the case because there were “more wrestlers banged up or not cleared after WrestleMania than normal”.
The report added that “a couple” more wrestlers were pulled as precaution due to COVID symptoms.
WWE have not missed a single weekly event or monthly pay-per-view despite several coronavirus outbreaks during the pandemic.
But SunSport previously reported that the company have even had to write scrips for RAW less than an hour before it went on-air this year.
Meanwhile, Stephanie McMahon recently hinted at what the future of WWE could look like once her dad Vince steps down.
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