Change To WWE Commentary Team Due To Wyatt Sicks

Change To WWE Commentary Team Due To Wyatt Sicks WWE

To begin tonight’s WWE Raw, there was a notable change to the commentary team line up in Indianapolis, Indiana possibly due to Wyatt Sicks.

UPDATE – The day after Raw, Pat McAfee revealed on his show that, shortly before Raw, he found out his father-in-law had passed away.

Notably, the hometown of Pat McAfee is seeing no Pat McAfee on commentary at the minute.

While Michael Cole noted that Pat McAfee wasn’t here tonight, he added “I’m not going to read too far into that”.

Instead the show began with The Miz and Michael Cole on commentary as they were about to discuss the Wyatt Sicks when they were interrupted by Drew McIntyre walking by and getting a microphone.

McIntyre would go on to cut a promo on CM Punk, revealing that he stole his bracelet on SmackDown that says ‘AJ’ and ‘Larry’ in homage to Punk’s wife and beloved dog.

Noting that now he had both Punk’s wife and dog, he was set for revenge when he said he would be winning the WWE Money in the Bank briefcase so that he could reclaim his title.

The reliable WrestleVotes noted that there are plans regarding the Wyatt Sicks and commentary tonight, perhaps revealing more about McAfee’s absence.

WrestleVotes wrote:

“The Wyatt’s are set to deliver a “package” to the commentary team tonight. We’ll see if that plays into the whereabouts of Pat McAfee… #WWERaw”

Pat McAfee is definitely in Indianapolis, earlier today having Triple H appear on his show the Pat McAfee Show which mysteriously ended with another spooky glitch.

We’ll be sure to keep you updated on any updates about Pat McAfee throughout the show.

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