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Has WWE Removed The Raw Underground Dancers Already?

Could the company have actually listened to their fans and a certain Hall of Famer?

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When WWE debuted the concept of Raw Underground last week, one of the instant attention-grabbers of this idea was that there were scantily clad women dancing in cages. Well, it looks like that element of Raw Underground has already been dropped.

During Raw Underground’s debut last Monday, each Underground segment showed a glimpse of these female dancers as a lead-in to Shane McMahon getting overly-hyped and acting like a sugar-fuelled teenager watching his first UFC show in 2003.

On last night’s Raw, these dancers weren’t shown at all – with many hoping that this is a sign of WWE taking notice of the pushback such a dated idea was rightfully given here in 2020.

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Despite online backlash to the Underground dancers, one person who seems to have missed them is Raw superstar Liv Morgan.

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In addition to some fans taking umbrage with Raw Underground having female dancers, so too was WWE Hall of Famer Alundra Blayze/Madusa pissed off at this idea.

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The last two episodes of Raw were taped last week, and so it remains to be seen what changes WWE makes to Raw, Raw Underground, or even to the Retribution stable’s antics once the next set of TV tapings take place next week.

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