The RAW after MITB, most people never have anything good to say about RAW so I go into three hours of RAW for the first time in a long time a little apprehensive.
So here I am again, totally unprepared for the actual PPV as I haven’t seen much of RAW for the last few weeks and my only knowledge of what is happening is thanks to Kenny McIntosh and David J. McCutcheon on ITR’s RAW Rundown which is basically how I follow RAW at the moment.
I know you love to hear my views though so here they are!
As I’ve attempted to in the past I shall be reviewing a PPV without having watched TOO much of RAW or SmackDown recently. With some interesting match ups it’ll be fun to see what happens at the Biggest Party of the Summer.
Yeah we’ve missed a SmackDown but we have a very special RAW this week.
The week after WrestleMania was a lot of fun with some great NXT main roster debuts and Shane McMahon taking control.
With the announcement of Shane being in charge again lets see what this weeks RAW gives us.
The biggest show of the year. We are all ready for WrestleMania.
I did start the RAW review, I did watch RAW but I have been ill and by the time I came back to the review I couldn’t actually finish it without re-watching RAW which wasn’t going to happen.
Here we are though. The final SmackDown before WrestleMania.
A lackluster SmackDown to end last week did nothing but build for next weeks SmackDown, Ambrose calling off Lesnar, tonight we see the response from the boss over the attack by Roman Reigns.
Reigns returned, New Day was taken down and a torch… Or at least Barby was passed down to Dean Ambrose.
RAW was actually pretty good so you kinda want that to continue into SmackDown.