It was quantity mostly over quality on this episode of RAW packed with ten matches. There were some highlights of the night though, including Matt Hardy versus Sheamus and a tag main event with four of the five competitors in the upcoming number one contender match.
The loss of Braun Strowman to injury has shaken things up for the better. This episode of RAW proves that with some interesting matchups and a fair amount of time being spent on smaller story lines.
This episode seemed light on story, and the main event wasn’t as good as lat week’s, but a very nice Tag Team Turmoil match helped make this show a decent one.
This show was good, but the main event made it great. Finn Balor, The Miz, and Seth Rollins faced off in a triple threat that stole the show and outclassed everything at Payback the night before.
Enzo & Cass face Gallows & Anderson, and The Miz welcomes Finn Balor to Miz TV in a pretty average, but fine, warmup to the Payback PPV.
An okay show highlighted by a memorable (if somewhat recycled) moment.
With a lot of talking and three matches of varying quality, this was a pretty average kickoff show. Though the good parts were quite entertaining, there weren’t a ton of them considering the two-hour running time of the show.
A good show with some entertaining segments and nice matches.
RAW celebrates Halloween with two title matches and a battle royal.
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.
A pretty good, but fairly forgettable edition of Superstars.
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.
Golden Truth vs The Shining Stars and Rusev vs Jack Swagger. Both pretty good matches on a pretty good episode.
Jack Swagger takes on Jinder Mahal and Golden Truth faces the team of Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel in two very different, but equally good matches.
The last RAW before Summer Slam was a decent show, though the wrestling suffered for the story lines heading into the PPV.
An impromptu US Title match and a cake to the face highlight a pretty enjoyable episode of RAW.
While not as exciting as last week’s show, this RAW was still entertaining for the most part.