Going into Raw this week, all eyes were on the quarterfinal matches in the tournament for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, which is set to conclude at Survivor Series. In a surprisingly promo-light and wrestling-heavy edition of Raw, three out of four of those matches were all A+ affairs, and while things appear to be heading in the direction many expected, it was hard to get a read on how that's going to play out. As a result, the end of Raw has left fans with just as many unanswered questions as before it began, and not just in relation to the fight for that all important WWE crown. With the feud between The Wyatt Family and Brothers of Destruction continuing to build and a long list of talent currently without anything to do on Sunday, Survivor Series is shaping up to be a rather underwhelming affair. With it being a good ten days since Seth Rollins was inured, is it still fair to blame the baffling, frustrating, and downright bizarre creative decisions made on Raw last night on that? Simply put, no! Thanks to directionless talent, some very odd storytelling decisions, and a very unexpected closing segment, last night's Raw raises many questions, most of which the WWE would prefer you not to ask. As a result, these are the ten lingering queries the WWE Universe has now been left with thanks to this latest rage-inducing Raw.