The cruiserweights kick off Hell in a Cell in a fine fashion.
A six cruiserweight tag match highlights a pretty decent episode of Superstars that also featured Neville taking on Titus O’Neil.
Good opening, good closer, and some nice matches in between. I liked the show.
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.
Braun Strowman beat up Sin Cara and the team of Curtis Axel and Titus O’Neil tried to do the same to Neville and Darren Young in an okay episode of Superstars.
Quantity over quality in terms of the matches on this show make it an okay but uneven watch.
Jack Swagger faces Bo Dallas and Sin Cara takes on Curtis Axel in a pretty good episode of Superstars.
An entertaining yet strange show. It was 50/50 RAW and SmackDown.
An impromptu US Title match and a cake to the face highlight a pretty enjoyable episode of RAW.
Neville returns to Superstars against “Mr. Irrelevant” Curtis Axel, and The Dudley Boyz face the makeshift team of Sin Cara and Jack Swagger in an average edition of WWE Superstars.
Considering the recent draft, this show was a bit underwhelming, but it was fine.
A new start for RAW, and in many ways and a good show. It wasn’t perfect, but it was very entertaining and some big stuff happened. Hopefully they can keep this up.
A long and entertaining show highlighted by two good matches featuring long histories. There was some down time in the show, but the good outweighed the not as good.
With excitement building for the draft at tomorrow’s first SmackDown Live, this RAW had an important feeling to it. It was a decent show highlighted by a very good WWE Title match.
This, the last taped SmackDown for a while, was entertaining enough and managed to maintain and build interest in the upcoming Battleground.
The big reveal of the Commissioners wasn’t surprising, and it had one of my least favorite segments in recent memory, but this RAW did have some really fun moments.
The 4th of July brought a lot of America, a great match between Rollins and Ziggler, another former SmackDown manager, and more America. Not a bad show.
Not a bad final show before the PPV. Three good matches and not too much filler.
With a lot of filler and not much wrestling, the few good moments on this episode of RAW were overshadowed by the upcoming Money in the Bank PPV.
With a good variety of matches and some segments that set up things to look forward to, this was a good followup to Payback and a fun RAW to watch.