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WWE RAW 3 Surprising botches and mistakes you missed this week
WWE RAW 3 Surprising botches and mistakes you missed this week
Despite the fact that the company had time to edit and cut away from things that they didn't want to be part of the show, there were still a small number of botches that managed to make their way into this week's show.

There were some interesting slip-ups in promos including Lana, who seemed to be overcome by the fact that she was in the ring delivering a promo alone, but many of these botches are focused on the action inside the ring since they were the things that couldn't be edited.

#3. Kairi Sane didn't mean to kick Charlotte in the head
Kairi Sane didn't mean to kick Charlotte in the head
Kairi Sane didn't mean to kick Charlotte in the head
Ever since Kairi Sane has turned heel, she's been on this list more times than any other female wrestler. The former NXT Women's Champion has been added again this week since it looked as though she accidentally kicked Charlotte Flair in the head after she was tagged into the match.

Sane ran over and split kicked Charlotte on the top of her head, a move that looked like Sane wasn't supposed to do since the referee came over and forced her to let go of The Queen's head a few seconds later so that he could check that she was okay.

Sane has been sloppy in the ring lately, which could be attributed to her change of attitude, but that mistimed kick could have injured Charlotte, so it needs to be thought out in the future.

#2. Sin Cara falls over
Sin Cara falls over
Sin Cara falls over
Sin Cara has been making news headlines all over the world ever since last night when he announced on social media that he had asked WWE for his release after more than a decade with the company. Sin Cara has had some ups and downs in WWE and since his feud with Andrade is now over, last night on RAW, he was up against Drew McIntyre.
Of course, this was recorded before Cara made the Twitter update and revealed that he was ready for a new chapter in his life. The former Tag Team Champion was absolutely dominated by McIntyre, but there was still a point in the match where he managed to botch.

He was trying to counter The Scottish Psychopath's clothesline attempt when he managed to spin over the top and usually he would land on his feet, but the momentum of the move meant that he slipped and landed on his knees on the floor.

Cara tried to make it seem as though it was supposed to happen by continuing, but he interestingly went on to punch Drew in the leg, before he was able to get back on top.

#1. The momentum is too much for R-Truth
The momentum is too much for R-Truth
The momentum is too much for R-Truth
R-Truth was looking to regain his 24/7 Championship this week on Monday Night RAW as he took on both of the Singh Brothers in a handicap match. Truth lost the title to Samir Singh at Crown Jewel after he became a 21-time Champion and he was looking for his 22nd reign this week on RAW.

It was an interesting match since these men could have done everything they did in a backstage segment because the Championship is always up for grabs.

It was the short match that was expected before the Singh Brothers ran backstage to get away from Truth and keep hold of their titles, but whilst the match was underway, there was a huge botch from R-Truth.

He looked to send a message with a huge forearm to open the match, but he put so much momentum on the move that when it actually connected, he fell backward across the ring and was forced to rethink his next move.

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