The first live SmackDown was a good show. There were decent matches that did well to maintain interest in Battleground, and the draft itself was entertaining, though maybe not completely shocking.
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.
This episode felt like an afterthought, but the main event was good and there were some 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.
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.
Not a bad show. It was entertaining even though the wrestling didn’t always seem to be the first thing on the writers’ minds.
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.
Some good matches make this a SmackDown worth watching.
Wrestling seemed to take a bit of a backseat to story on this week’s RAW, but it’s still an enjoyable watch.
Except for a good main event, the wrestling was lacking on this RAW. This show was more about story, the best one being John Cena’s return and the person who made a statement at his expense.
A couple of good title matches help to make this otherwise fairly unimportant show a pretty good watch.
Charlotte making her dad cry, Rollins getting what he wants, and a series of Money in the Bank qualifying matches ending with a great Styles versus Owens bout make for a good RAW.
A forgettable show with one exception: Neville vs Finn Balor.
This week’s episode of NXT wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t great either. A pretty average show with announcements of exciting matches in the next few weeks.
Not many things might have been settled here, but this was a good show with some good, or at least interesting, matches.
Bayley put her title on the line against her friend Carmella in a match that had some surprising and satisfying elements.
Despite some of the obvious character-building, the main event made this show. Balor versus Crews was a very good match. Not a classic, but it was a departure from the regular WWE/NXT formula.