Shawn Michaels makes a big announcement, The Bella Twins make a statement at the expense of Ronda Rousey, Lashley and Owens trade places, Trish Stratus responds to Alexa Bliss, The Shield might have fractured, and more on a pretty good episode of RAW.
Baron Corbin gets a chance to make up for his mistakes as acting-GM when he faces The Shield with two partners of his choice, Dean Ambrose’s loyalty is tested, The Revival finally get their tag title shot, and more all on an okay episode of RAW.
The RAW before Hell in a Cell didn’t contain anything particularly remarkable, but it was an alright show overall.
Finn Balor finally gets his long-awaited Universal Title match on a pretty good episode of RAW.
Ronda Rousey (finally) makes her in-ring debut on RAW, Ruby Riott returns from injury, Rollins is left alone to take on Ziggler and McIntyre, and more on an okay episode of RAW that, even though it had a lot of matches, was light on wrestling.
AN okay episode of RAW featured some “friendly competition” between Balor and Strowman, a fatal four way qualifying match for the female Money in the Bank match, Chad Gable taking on Dolph Ziggler, and much more.
Money in the Bank continues to shape up with three more qualifying matches, and Seth Rollins once again attempts to steal the show with another IC Title match on this pretty good episode of RAW.
Superstars from RAW begin to make their way to Money in the Bank in some qualifying matches including some nice triple threats for the men and the women.
Despite Backlash being an underwhelming show, there were some matches and moments that make it a show worth watching (or at least skipping through).
While the Greatest Royal Rumble was very long and ultimately didn’t mean much, there were some fun moments and good matches on the show.
With the roster shenanigans over the past couple of weeks, RAW attempts to settle into new feuds while getting ready for the Greatest Royal Rumble in four days.
The Superstar Shakeup brings the promise of new feuds, though this episode of RAW was more about spectacle than action.
This was another long WrestleMania with a mostly entertaining mixture of memorable moments, good matches, underwhelming matches, and strange decisions.
The final RAW before Wrestlemania provided one great match between Finn Balor and Seth Rollins, and a whole lot of buildup of varying quality.
RAW 25 is a show packed with nostalgia and a ton of familiar faces!
This underwhelming edition of WWE RAW had some potential, but the continuing stories didn’t develop much and the matches weren’t great.
Despite some highlights, this wasn’t a great show. It felt like people were covering for lots of people who were taking vacation time, both wrestlers and writing staff.
Stephanie once again threatens Kurt Angle’s job, Team RAW goes through some adjustments, and The Shield competes all together for the first time in years on an okay episode of RAW.
Under Siege Part 2 takes place on a night when the tag titles are defended, Kurt Angle picks the final member of Team RAW, Sasha Banks and Bayley make a bid for joining the women’s team, and a battle between champs takes place.
SmackDown fires the first shot on the road to Survivor Series in a good and entertaining (if, at times, inexplicable) episode of RAW!