Shenanigans were afoot in a Money in the Bank that featured a few great matches and moments as well as more than a few head-scratching segments.
Tony Nese puts his newly won Cruiserweight Title on the line in a rematch against Buddy Murphy, and Drew Gulak has Jack Gallagher attempt to teach Humberto Carrillo about grappling in a good episode of 205 Live.
WWE heads to Australia for a big show with a few important moments hidden among the spectacle.
TJP was kind of a jerk in his match with Lince Dorado, and Drew Gulak was all business in his title rematch with the champ, Cedric Alexander!
Cedric Alexander puts his Cruiserweight TItle on the line against the juggernaut of 205 Live, Buddy Murphy.
While the Greatest Royal Rumble was very long and ultimately didn’t mean much, there were some fun moments and good matches on the show.
Two fun battle royals and a great Cruiserweight Title match make this a nice warm-up for Wrestlemania 34!
This underwhelming edition of WWE RAW had some potential, but the continuing stories didn’t develop much and the matches weren’t great.
This was a long Kickoff and wasn’t necessary for watching Survivor Series, but it did have three decent matches which is nice.
This year’s TLC had a couple of huge last minute changes that led to some interesting matchups, but overall the show was hit or miss. There were some great matches and moments, but there were just as many less than stellar matches and moments as well.
The Shield reunites and Enzo Amore is forced to defend his title against Kalisto early in an alright episode of RAW.
Akira Tozawa challenges Neville for the Cruiserweight Title in a surprisingly good kickoff show.
TJP finally gets the title shot he’s been waiting for in an episode of 205 Live that also featured an apparently definitive end to the Dar/Alexander/Fox saga.
A good main event couldn’t help this year’s Extreme Rules from being only an average show. Some of the matches were not good at all and some were forgettable, but at least the show ended on a good note.
Payback 2017 had a number of good matches, and one match that will go down in history as unwatchable (in my opinion).
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.
Being the last PPV before Wrestlemania, it felt like they were playing it safe and predictable with Fastlane. Most of the matches weren’t great, there were some filler segments, and the main events didn’t really deliver. There were some bright spots on the show, but overall this one felt like an average (yet long) episode of RAW.
While the results make this show feel like more of the same from WWE, the show itself was entertaining. It wasn’t the best Royal Rumble in history, but the Rumble match itself was fine, and Styles versus Cena stole the show.
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.