Even though certain promises were broken, was was an alright episode of SmackDown with a very good six man tag match.
Money in the Bank continues to shape up with three more qualifying matches, and Seth Rollins once again attempts to steal the show with another IC Title match on this pretty good episode of RAW.
Superstars from RAW begin to make their way to Money in the Bank in some qualifying matches including some nice triple threats for the men and the women.
The SmackDown debuts of Peyton Royce and Billie Kay make a huge impact, and the new GM of SmackDown puts the former GM, Daniel Bryan, in a dream match against AJ Styles!
This was another long WrestleMania with a mostly entertaining mixture of memorable moments, good matches, underwhelming matches, and strange decisions.
Stephanie once again threatens Kurt Angle’s job, Team RAW goes through some adjustments, and The Shield competes all together for the first time in years on an okay episode of RAW.
SmackDown fires the first shot on the road to Survivor Series in a good and entertaining (if, at times, inexplicable) episode of RAW!
Summer Slam continues to shape up as Roman Reigns takes on Braun Strowman in a Last Man Standing Match, Rollins and Ambrose take on Sheamus and Cesaro in respective singles matches, the women’s division begins to determine a contender for the title, and more!
This was an oddly paced, okay episode of RAW that had some good moments, but overall felt kind of forgettable.
Chris Jericho makes a surprise return to SmackDown and to the US Title picture in a good episode of SmackDown that begins to set the stage for Summer Slam.
This was an okay show with a few good matches, but a handful of not so great matches and segments.
NXT bounces back from an average Takeover in April to put on a great show in Chicago!
ROH and New Japan clashes once again in a show that featured a bunch of very good and highly entertaining matches.
The first night of the War of the Worlds tour had some great matches and a few that weren’t as great, but overall it was a very solid start for the ROH/NJPW tour.
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.
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.
An okay show that would have been merely average if not for the return of Kassius Ohno!
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 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.
This year’s No Mercy was pretty good, with the good matches being very good. The placement of matches seemed odd, but that didn’t hurt the show too much.