This was a pretty good show, but it didn’t feel like much really happened.
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.
Good matches and good talking segments make for one of the better Smackdowns in recent memory.
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.
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.
An uneven show with some average matches, two pretty bad matches, and two really great matches. If nothing else, this show is worthwhile for the Intercontinental and World Heavyweight title matches.
This show felt like a bridge connecting RAW to Extreme Rules, and it did that job pretty well with some entertaining segments.
With a good variety of matches and some segments that set up things to look forward to, this was a good followup to Payback and a fun RAW to watch.