I think it's a little girl who's just very pissed off. The camera shot was way too short for it to be part of an angle. if it was an angle; the camera would've been on her for a good 30+ seconds whille King and Cole commented on her. The camera was on her for maybe 10 seconds tops.
I don't think it's a work, per se, but I wonder if it was shot at that particular moment in the show. Maybe the camera caught that little girl reacting to, say, Sheamus winning or something and they couldn't get it on the air in time. Then the director 'saved' that footage for later since it was just too good a shot to waste.
That girl looks like the unholy demon spawn of The Undertaker and... whoever's unholy enough to produce The Undertaker's demon spawn.
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I actually wondered about this before. I don't doubt that it's real. You don't work stuff like this. But I wouldn't be shocked if it wasn't during that exact moment.
The other way around also happens btw. I think it was when Cena walked to the back on Raw they showed some girl, obviously hoping for a desperate look. She noticed the camera and started waving happily.
I do wonder what goes through the head of our little scowling girl. She must be so pissed off. If she was a few years older, I bet she'd go online and vow to never ever watch Raw again.
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