WWE Raw General Manager Adam Pearce faced even more turmoil in Grand Rapids, Michigan as several tag teams made their case for a shot at gold.
In recent weeks, Pearce has grown increasingly frustrated at the never-ending brawls on Raw as he put Judgment Day and their rivals in WarGames for Survivor Series. Randy Orton has now been confirmed by WWE for that match as Drew McIntyre joined The Judgment Day’s team.
Adam Pearce now had to deal with the ire of several tag teams on Raw in Grand Rapids, Michigan as he put four of the women’s division’s teams in a number one contender’s match to earn a shot at the Women’s Tag Team Championship. In the end, Natalya and Tegan Nox won that opportunity but Pearce’s night was far from done.
In the back, he came across several male tag teams now arguing about getting a shot at Damian Priest and Finn Balor’s WWE Tag Team Championship. In the end, Pearce made a tag team turmoil match for Raw on the 27th of November with six top teams set for battle.
— WWE (@WWE) November 21, 2023
Indus Sher Set For First WWE Raw Match In Over 5 Months
Among those teams was the Indus Sher pairing of Veer Mahaan and Sanga. Mahaan and Sanga have not been in a match on Raw since the 19th of June where they defeated Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin.
The pair were part of the Superstar Spectacle show held in India in September when they were joined by Jinder Mahal in a defeat against Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, and Drew McIntyre.
The other teams joining Indus Sher in the tag team turmoil match are #DIY, The New Day, The Creed Brothers, Alpha Academy, and Imperium. The match could prove pivotal for Ludwig Kaiser and Giovanni Vinci as they look closer than ever to a split in WWE.