The tradition of an exciting RAW after Wrestlemania continues with some welcome returns and some very good matches!
This is a very long show, and with any show of this length, there are good and not so good parts. Overall, this is probably a middle-of-the-road Wrestlemania, but there is definitely some fun to be had here. Watching it all in one sitting might leave you a bit exhausted though.
Being the last PPV before Wrestlemania, it felt like they were playing it safe and predictable with Fastlane. Most of the matches weren’t great, there were some filler segments, and the main events didn’t really deliver. There were some bright spots on the show, but overall this one felt like an average (yet long) episode of RAW.
Bayley gets another chance at the RAW Women’s Title and Jericho pays tribute to his best friend and brother Kevin Owens with a Festival of Friendship in the two highlights of an otherwise average episode of RAW.
While the results make this show feel like more of the same from WWE, the show itself was entertaining. It wasn’t the best Royal Rumble in history, but the Rumble match itself was fine, and Styles versus Cena stole the show.
Though it felt long at two hours, the three matches helped make this a pretty good way to kick off the 2017 Royal Rumble.
A good show with some entertaining segments and nice matches.
RAW celebrates Halloween with two title matches and a battle royal.
A couple of good Hell in a Cell matches make this a decent show.
The last RAW before Hell in a Cell was okay, but it felt a lot like a pre-show rather than a complete show on its own.
Goldberg returns to RAW to answer Paul Heyman’s challenge in an entertaining show that also had Rusev sharing some family photos, Seth Rollins coming up with a new nickname for Chris Jericho, Cesaro not paying much attention to Sheamus’ match against Big E, and much more!
Good opening, good closer, and some nice matches in between. I liked the show.
Sasha Banks and Charlotte continue to make a strong case for feud of the year in another title match, Jeri-KO takes on New Day in the ring and celebrities backstage, and Lana tells Roman Reigns to go to hell in a good episode of RAW.
With two title matches and some minor developments in storylines, this was a fairly entertaining episode of RAW.
This year’s Clash of Champions was entertaining enough, but nothing seemed to get resolved in any of the storylines going into it.
The cruiserweights debut (though the champ is absent), Jericho starts making a list, Rollins goes full babyface, and the main event is a pointless cage match in a pretty average yet entertaining episode of RAW.
Roman Reigns tries to work his way into the Universal Title match at Clash of Champions, Jinder Mahal debuts a new, peaceful attitude, a number one contender is decided for Charlotte’s title, and more on a pretty good episode of RAW.
Quantity over quality in terms of the matches on this show make it an okay but uneven watch.
The crowning of a new Universal Champ highlights a pretty good edition of RAW.
Despite the unfortunate injury to Finn Balor at Summer Slam, this was a good follow-up show to the PPV. A series of matches took place to determine four contenders who will fight to become the new Universal Champ, a probable new contender for Charlotte’s Women’s Title is introduced, and the Dudley Boyz gave what might be a retirement speech.