This week’s RAW was an average show with some good moments scattered throughout.
This year’s Extreme Rules was an up and down show with some really good, some not so good, and some fairly uninteresting matches.
Match shenanigans are out of control on a not so great episode of RAW.
Styles gets a shot at the US Title, Maria Kanellis reveals some big news, Drake Maverick tries to enjoy his honeymoon, Samoa Joe makes a statement in the ring, Strowman and Lashley have an explosive match, and more on an interesting episode of RAW.
AJ Styles battles Ricochet in a non-title match to main event an okay but uneven episode of RAW.
Seth Rollins is on a mission to destroy anyone who even thinks about siding with Baron Corbin on a pretty good episode of RAW.
Lesnar dances to a beast box, The Usos and The Revival play cornhole, Sami Zayn gets asked some stupid questions, and more on a rough episode of RAW with only a few bright spots.
Seemingly no one is safe on a RAW where the new Mr. Money in the Bank makes his presence known and a new title is unveiled.
Shenanigans were afoot in a Money in the Bank that featured a few great matches and moments as well as more than a few head-scratching segments.
Sami Zayn fights back against Strowman, Cesaro gets out of line with Rey Mysterio, Nikki Cross has some kind words for Alexa Bliss, and more on an okay episode of RAW.
The wild card rule is used (and broken) again as RAW superstars show up on SmackDown Live to chase some titles.
The WWE Title is defended in a match between two SmackDown superstars as the brand split is fractured by Vince McMahon’s wild card rule.
Rollins and Styles sign the contract for their upcoming Universal Title match, the RAW participants in the Money in the Bank ladder matches are announced, and some mostly average matches took place on an okay episode of RAW.
A new contender for the Universal Title is decided in a mostly good episode of RAW that finally felt like a night of new beginnings two weeks after Wrestlemania.
The first half of the Superstar Shakeup brought some big names to RAW, so now we will wait and see where their new paths will take them.
In the final SmackDown Live before Wrestlemania, Kofi and Bryan sign the title match contract, 18 men and women compete in a huge mixed tag match, The Usos find out what they’ll be doing at Wrestlemania, The Miz takes on SAnitY, Becky Lynch stands on a table, and Kevin Owens brings Orton and Styles together for a fight.
Big E anad Xavier Woods fight for Kofi as they run a tag team gauntlet to send Kofi to Wrestlemania, Asuka has to put her title on the line with no explanation, The Miz wants to add a stipulation to his match with Shane McMahon, and Kurt Angle wants to face AJ Styles during his farewell tour.
Kofi Kingston faces a gauntlet match to try to qualify for Wrestlemania, Sasha Banks and Bayley finally show up on SmackDown to take on The IIconics, The Miz responds to Shane McMahon, and Kevin Owens brings Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair together for a fight in a good episode of SmackDown Live.
Kofi Kingston gets an opportunity from Vince McMahon, Shane McMahon explains his actions, Styles and Orton talk out their issues with each other, and more on an episode of SmackDown Live that featured more setup than action.
The Shield joins together for a (possibly) final time, Becky Lynch fight for her Wrestlemania match, Daniel Bryan and Kevin Owens get thrown another curve ball, Kofi Kingston gets screwed again, and more on an odd final PPV before Wrestlemania.