Charlotte making her dad cry, Rollins getting what he wants, and a series of Money in the Bank qualifying matches ending with a great Styles versus Owens bout make for a good RAW.
An uneven show with some average matches, two pretty bad matches, and two really great matches. If nothing else, this show is worthwhile for the Intercontinental and World Heavyweight title matches.
This show felt like a bridge connecting RAW to Extreme Rules, and it did that job pretty well with some entertaining segments.
A forgettable show with one exception: Neville vs Finn Balor.
Not many things might have been settled here, but this was a good show with some good, or at least interesting, matches.
Despite some of the obvious character-building, the main event made this show. Balor versus Crews was a very good match. Not a classic, but it was a departure from the regular WWE/NXT formula.
With a couple of good matches, a lot of filler, and a return that no one cares about (both in-story and out), this week’s NXT was okay.
This was a week to build up the number one contenders. The matches weren’t surprising, but they were pretty good nonetheless.
It’s a fresh start for NXT as Sami Zayn returns, Elias Samson debuts, and new directions are taken in the aftermatch of Takeover!
After weeks of buildup, Takeover: London was a satisfying payoff and a very good show.
A pretty good show and a nice final stop before Takeover next week. All the right things were built up, and there was some pretty good wrestling on the show as well.
Highlighted by a main event that saw Tomasso Ciampa try to defeat Samoa Joe in a hard-hitting matchup, this edition of NXT from December 2, 2015 was good, but seemed to fall into the recurring trap of too many matches and not enough time.
The tag titles and the Women’s title are on the line in a night that saw lots of drama and buildup, but not much wrestling.
With an unusual amount of squash matches, this show could have been better, but a title match main event helped to elevate the entertainment.