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 so-so show. Only one decent match, and it wasn’t really anything spectacular.
This was an okay edition of Superstars, but nothing to go out of the way to see.
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.
This was a good show. It had a great beginning, and the main event was nicely set up and well-executed.
A pretty good show with some good matches, though there were some clunkers and some obvious covering-up for Reigns’ inability to carry a feud.
Some good matches make this a SmackDown worth watching.
This was a good show, mostly because of some very good matches. It also built the title match at Roadblock very well.
Neville takes on Viktor and Summer Rae battles Natalya in an okay but not terribly note-worthy episode of Superstars.
An okay show with a very good main event between Zack Ryder and Stardust.
This show is only really worth watching to see the continuation of the feud between Ryder and Stardust.
A good show with some really fun and good matches.
This was a pretty good show with some nice surprises, but the ending confused me.
The last WWE show of the year and the last Smackdown on the SyFy channel brought some entertaining matches that didn’t mean much for stories, but were a pretty good diversion.
Swagger and The Miz highlight this episode with one of the better Main Event matches in recent memory.
In the aftermath of TLC, some dumb, dumb decisions were made by some people in power. But there was also a bit of nostalgia for the city of Philadelphia and some furthering of rivalries. Clearly, TLC did nothing to settle anything.
Three days before TLC, Smackdown delivered a middle of the road show that gave eight guys a whole bunch of screen time.
As the last RAW before TLC, did this upside-down show at least maintain interest in the PPV?
What was started on RAW continues on Smackdown with Sheamus’ League of Nations and a gimmick-filled, overstuffed main event story line.
Some good matches make this edition of Main Event a show worth watching.