Taz opens today’s show by discussing last night’s episode of Monday Night RAW.
He says that the first segment of RAW was certainly designed to get Braun Strowman over, and Lesnar did a great job of making Strowman look like a monster yet again. The only thing that bothered him about that first segment was that neither Strowman or Lesnar were taped up, showing the battle scars from the war they went through on Sunday night.
Taz goes on to say that WWE really needed to have these two warriors look fatigued from Sunday night, and some tape would have been a great, visual way to get that point across to fans. He also points out that from a commentating perspective, it’s hard to logically explain how someone can be stretched out of an arena and then appear the next night with no battle wounds.
Taz felt like Enzo Amore and Big Cass had a plethora of chemistry as a tag team, but they have absolutely none as opponents. This was proven again in last night’s street fight, which wasn’t ever going to be a competitive match in the first place. Unfortunately it appeared as if Big Cass suffered a legitimate injury during the bout and Taz hopes he’s okay.