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.
A very good show with a great balance of very entertaining matches and many significant storyline segments.
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.
Rich Swann and Noam Dar finally meet in the ring to settle their issues, but after a very nice match, was anything really settled?
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.
A good show with some good matches, but a long-running feud seems to end in a rather uneventful way on this edition of 205 Live.
An okay show highlighted by a memorable (if somewhat recycled) moment.
A good show with a great main event. TJ Perkins and his new attitude took on Jack Gallagher who just wanted Perkins to act like a Gentleman.
SmackDown had the same level of minimal excitement as RAW for its portion of the Superstar Shakeup, but two great matches on this episode with title implications make this a show worth watching.
The Superstar Shakeup has a lot of new faces appearing on RAW, and though that made for a mildly interesting show, the real quantity of actual shaking will probably not be seen for a while.
The 205 Live after Wrestlemania might not have been as surprising as RAW or SmackDown, but three solid matches make this a show not to be missed.
A less than great RAW leads us into a PPV that feels less than compelling.
Sin Cara takes on Bo Dallas and Cedric Alexander teams up with TJ Perkins to battle Tony Nese and Noam Dar in a surprisingly good episode of Main Event.
An entertaining episode of 205 Live featuring the debut of Gran Metalik and a great main event with TJ Perkins facing the Cruiserweight Champ and The King of the Cruiserweights, Neville.
Bray Wyatt is forced to give both AJ Styles and John Cena a title match in an episode of SmackDown that was entertaining more for the few good matches than the rather forgettable talking segments.
The entire second round of the Dusty Classic is decided in some good matches, though two of those matches are marred by injuries.
RAW celebrates Halloween with two title matches and a battle royal.
A couple of good Hell in a Cell matches make this a decent show.
The cruiserweights kick off Hell in a Cell in a fine fashion.