A good main event couldn’t really redeem a show where the first hour was pointless and dumb. There were some good things on this RAW, but not enough.
This underwhelming edition of WWE RAW had some potential, but the continuing stories didn’t develop much and the matches weren’t great.
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.
Tonight’s RAW was a night of returns and title matches, including The Miz and Alexa Bliss putting their titles on the line.
The first ever Great Balls of Fire, despite its silly name, was a very good show with some great matches and memorable moments.
Braun Strowman finds competition within Titus Worldwide, Cesaro challenges Finn Balor in a great bout, Heath Slater works his way into the IC Title picture, and more on a really good episode of RAW!
A new number one contender for the RAW Women’s Title is decided in a gauntlet match on an episode of RAW that also featured a great segment where Enzo Amore tried to reason with Big Cass after their apparent breakup last week.
Wrestling seemed to take a back seat this week despite a main event featuring a two out of three falls tag title match.
Tonight’s show was light on wrestling with the exceptions of a nice opener and closer, but there were a few good moments including a memorable segment featuring Paul Heyman confronting Samoa Joe.
This episode of Main Event was definitely lacking. Drew Gulak faced Lince Dorado in a match with an unfortunate ending, and Slater & Rhyno faced Dallas & Hawkins in a match that was completely unremarkable.
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.
This pretty good episode of RAW was about 50/50 for good and underwhelming segments.
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 pretty good show that god better towards the end. A few matches felt like they were looking past this show and towards Wrestlemania, but the last few matches of the night made up for that.
Breezango faces the SmackDown tag champs and Jack Swagger battles Simon Gotch in an okay episode of Main Event.
Randy Orton changes the direction of his feud with Bray Wyatt, team members are decided for Survivor Series, the tag titles are on the line, and James Ellworth attempts to help Dean Ambrose in his match with AJ Styles in a good episode of SmackDown.
James Ellsworth gets the chance of a lifetime when he challenges AJ Styles for the World Title in an okay episode of SmackDown.
AJ Styles picks his next opponent, the Wyatt Family is (mostly) back together, The Miz isn’t done with Dolph Ziggler, and more on a packed and entertaining episode of SmackDown.