Welcome to our coverage of Monday Night Raw, less than a week away from the Elimination Chamber PPV.
Tonight’s Raw is the go-home show for the Chamber PPV, which, as is becoming the norm in WWE, is set to be a history-making event. Not only is Sunday’s show hosting the first-ever Women’s Elimination Chamber match, but the men’s version of the match will feature seven combatants for the first time. The seven men that will compete in the Chamber, for the right to face Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania, will compete tonight in a Gauntlet Match, which comes as a nice change to the Raw main event. Prediction: Roman Reigns will not win the Gauntlet Match because he’s winning the Chamber.
As for the female Chamber combatants, they will all compete in a six-woman tag match tonight, pitting the babyfaces against the heels in a match that is sure to stir a few more stories ahead of the historic match. I also would not be surprised if a seventh competitor for this match also, which would indicate that the Chamber will feature seven pods, as opposed to the matches beginning with a Triple Threat. Regardless, we will know by the end of tonight!
Elsewhere on tonight’s Raw, we can expect further development in the storylines between Asuka & Nia Jax, The Miz & Finn Balor, The Club & The Revival, Braun Strowman & Elias, and more. Remember to download the Ringside Talk app and join in the conversation. Enjoy the show!
WWE Monday Night Raw opens with a moment of silence for the Florida School Shooting this past week. Thankfully, nobody was a jerk and broke the silence.
We then return from the opening video and out comes The Big Dog, Roman Reigns, who gets a hefty boo from Phoenix. We’re opening the show with the Gauntlet Match!
We see a replay of the end of last week’s show, which saw Finn Balor and Seth Rollins both score pinfalls over Bray Wyatt and thus we’re left with a seven man Elimination Chamber match.
Roman’s standing in the ring and he gets interviewed by Charly Caruso, who asks him if he’s worried about competing in this gruelling match tonight, just six days before the Chamber. The fans boo him like crazy. Reigns says no, he knows it’s an incredibly tough match even though he’s never competed in it. That being said, the most dangerous part is the men in the match and Reigns rhymes them off to boos and cheers from the crowd. He says be that as it may, it’s his time to face Lesnar because all those other guys proved they cannot do it. The fans boo and he says if they don’t believe him they can go back to WrestleMania 31 when he had Lesnar beat until…
Rollins comes to the ring. Rollins and Reigns will start the Gauntlet Match and when one is defeated, the next Chamber participant will enter, and that will continue until someone is left standing.
The two Shield brethren start the match and the fans are chanting “Burn It Down”. They lock-up and Roman forces Seth to the corner where the ref forces the break. They tie-up again and engage in a feeling-out process with some wrist locks and a headlock from Roman.
Rollins tries to fight out but Reigns immediately grounds him with the headlock again. Reigns is doing a weird amount of talking in the hold. Rollins finally gets to his feet and shoots Roman off of the ropes, only to eat a shoulder barge. Roman then hits the ropes and Seth ducks, leapfrog, then hits an arm-drag and a few unsuccessful pinfall attempts. Rollins hits the ropes and Reigns runs at him, stopping Seth in his tracks. The two share a stare-down as we head to the break.
We return and Rollins is fighting out of another headlock, hits the ropes, and Reigns clobbers him with a back elbow. Michael Cole announces that three men will start the Chamber match, meaning the Chamber itself won’t be changed. Reigns hammers on Rollins in the corner, then lands a nice tilt-a-whirl backbreaker for a near-fall.
Reigns stalks Seth as the fans chant The Architect’s name, and Seth responds with a few kicks to create separation and follows-up with a blockbuster from the second rope and then the Slingblade. Rollins then clotheslines Reigns from a springboard, then clotheslines Reigns out of the ring. Fired-up, Seth goes for a suicide dive but Reigns lands a huge right hand and leaves Rollins dangling!
Reigns staggers around ringside before hitting a drive-by on Seth, who falls out of the ring Back in the ring, Reigns takes control of the match as he lands a huge right on Rollins and goes for the Superman Punch twice but Rollins counters each time; Rollins powerbombs Reigns into the turnbuckles, but The Big Dog bounces out with a huge Superman Punch and both men are down as we head to the break again.
Back from the break and Seth is climbing to the top rope and he looks for a Frog Splash but nobody’s home. Both men are down again and they slowly climb to their feet, forehead-to-forehead, then trade shots. Reigns runs at Seth, who ducks and sends him over the top rope. Rollins then catches The Big Dog with a suicide dive and throws him right back in the ring. Seth leaps towards Reigns with a springboard but eats a Superman Punch for a near-fall.
Reigns takes to the corner and lines-up another Superman Punch but Rollins kicks him in the gut, then looks for the Curb Stomp and Reigns moves. Roman looks for a roll-up but Seth kicks out, then catches him with a roll-up and scores the pinfall!
Reigns is shocked by his loss and Rollins is floored, recuperating. They take a few minutes to get back to base and Reigns puts his fist out for Seth to bump and just as they do, Seth’s next opponent is out.
Cena poses for the crowd in the ring as his music is still playing and Rollins clobbers him from behind, looks for an early pin but Cena kicks out and we take a commercial break. Great start to Raw.
We return to see Seth trapped in a headlock and Cena’s still wearing his shirt. Rollins head must feel like a pimple from all of these headlocks. Seth fights out but gets hit with a big clothesline from Cena, who then finally takes his shirt off and tosses it to the crowd. Cena kicks Rollins, then applies a…headlock. At least this time Cena wraps his legs around Seth.
Rollins escapes but Cena keeps him grounded with kicks, then Cena tosses him from the ring and hopes for a count-out win but Seth gets back in a 9. Cena clotheslines Seth again and the slow pace resumes. Cena stalks Rollins slowly and Rollins tells Cena to bring it, before the 16X Champ hits three belly-to-belly suplexes for a near-fall. Cena is frustrated at crawls behind Rollins like Orton before the RKO, seemingly telling him to stay down. We take a break.
We’re back and Rollins is pulling himself up using the rope. Cena grabs him for an Attitude Adjustment but Rollins lands on his feet and hits a DDT and both men are down. They get to their feet and trade shots in the centre of the ring until Cena ducks one, grabs Seth in his arms, and hits a modified stunner for another near-fall.
Cena is frustrated. He follows Seth as The Architect crawls to the corner. Cena backs-up and tells Seth to bring it. Rollins comes forward stumbling, holding his fists-up, and Cena floors him with a right hand. Cena stands behind Rollins and waits for him to turn around hits another right hand. Cena dances around the ring and Rollins swings for him and misses but Cena floors him again. This time, Rollins jumps back up and shoves Cena and the crowd goes crazy. Cena and him trade shots until Cena connects with a back elbow and Rollins is down.
Seth crawls onto the apron and Cena shoulder tackles him off to the floor. Rollins crawls back towards the ring and gets back in at 9 and Cena is unhappy. Cena asks the referee to stop the match because Seth won’t. This is how Rollins should have been booked as a babyface all along.
Back from break and we see Rollins on the mat with Cena standing over him. Cena hits him with a running shoulder tackle, then another, then a back suplex. Rollins runs at Cena in the corner but gets flipped over and onto the apron. Rollins springboards off and Cena catches him by the foot and employs an STF but Rollins turns around kicks Cena away, then catches him with a slingblade.
Rollins gets to his feet and looks to hit Cena with a suplex/falcon’s arrow combo but Cena rolls through on the arrow for an unsuccessful pin attempt. Cena then looks to land the Five Knuckle Shuffle but eats a kick from Rollins. Cena is on the apron and Seth looks to suplex him inside, Cena reverses and lifts Rollins onto the apron. Rollins runs at Cena on the apron but John sidesteps and Rollins tackles the ring post and falls to the floor. Rollins uses the steps to pull himself up and Cena runs at him, nobody’s home and Cena tackles the steps. Both men are down on the outside.
Both men slide back into the ring at 9 and both are down again on the inside. After climbing to their feet, Cena knocks Rollins with some right hands, then a backdrop and this time lands the Five Knuckle Shuffle. Cena lifts Rollins for the Attitude Adjustment but Rollins rolls through and rolls-up Cena for a near-fall. Rollins gets Cena in a crossface in the centre of the ring but John stands up with Seth on his back, transitions, and looks for the AA but Rollins lands on his feet and hits an Enziguiri. Seth takes to the top rope and lands a frog splash but Cena kicks out. Wow!
Rollins has been in this match now for over 50 minutes! Seth grabs Cena from behind but John grabs him and quickly hits the AA and Rollins kicks out! Cena can’t believe it and neither can the fans. “Burn It Down” chants start again as Cena climbs to the top rope. Before Cena can jump, Rollins climbs up and hits Cena with a superplex/falcon arrow combo for a near-fall.
After a few minutes of both men down, Cena gets Rollins in the STF again but Seth reaches the bottom rope. Rollins looks for an Enziguiri but Cena ducks and applies the STF. Rollins crawls and eventually reaches the bottom rope. Rollins rolls from the ring and the commentators point out that there are still four competitors to come in this match. Cena drags Rollins to the top rope where he looks to hit a Super Attitude Adjustment. Rollins elbows Cena in the jaw and climbs down, only for Cena to leap onto him with a crossbody but Rollins rolls through and stands up, then hits an AA to Cena! Near-fall! This is incredible stuff!
Rollins slowly climbs to the top rope and looks for the Phoenix Splash but nobody’s home. Cena grabs Seth and hits an Attitude Adjustment but rather than pin he rolls through and lifts Rollins onto his shoulders for another but Seth climbs down, hits Cena with the Revolution Knee, then kicks the gut, hits the Curb Stomp and wins! WOW!
Is this as impressive as Jericho beating The Rock and Austin in the same night? Perhaps the stars aren’t as bright but Jericho didn’t do it back-to-back. Seth doesn’t get a minute to breathe because his next opponent is on his way to the ring before Cena can even leave.
Elias sprints to the ring, his ribs bandaged from last week’s attack from Strowman, and immediately tries to pin Seth, who kicks out. Elias kicks and punches Seth and tries for another pin but again he finds no luck. Elias is aggressive and frustrated as we head to the break.
We’re back from the break and the one-hour man, Seth Rollins, is trapped in a single leg Boston crab. We cut to a split-screen where John Cena is interviewed by Renee Young. Cena says there is nothing to take-away from Rollins because that was an incredible performance and he underestimated Seth’s heart and will. That being said, he’s spinning a lot of plates these days and he needs to know if he can still do it at this rate. He says on Sunday he has to step-up against seven men otherwise he doesn’t have a road to WrestleMania.
Meanwhile, in the ring Elias is pounding away at Seth, and Rollins falls down holding his knee. Regardless, Seth hits a superkick for a near-fall, then knocks Elias from the ring. Rollins thought about hitting a suicide dive but rather than run, he just turns and hits a crossbody over the top rope. Great selling there. Back inside the ring, Elias lands a kick to the face of Rollins and then the Drift Away. Elias covers and gets the three count.
The fans booed that loss for Rollins. He slowly climbs from the ring and gets a standing ovation from the fans, as well as “Thank You Seth” chants. Rollins hobbles up the ramp with the help of a referee and Elias’ opponent emerges.
Balor slides in and takes the fight to Elias right away with a dropkick. He then lands an enzuigiri and sets Elias up for a Coup de Grace but Elias rolls out, as we head into the break.
We return back from the break to see Elias take Balor down and drop a knee on his arm. Elias asks who wants to walk with him. Renee Young is backstage with Seth Rollins, who is shown picture in split-screen. She asks what he can take away from this to apply to Elimination Chamber on Sunday. Rollins says he pinned two of the all time greats back to back, but it doesn’t mean anything if he doesn’t win the Elimination Chamber on Sunday.
Meanwhile in the ring, Balor fights up from an armbar and punches Elias. Elias hits a shoulder breaker for a near fall. Elias comes off the middle rope with a club to the shoulder. Elias pushes him into the ropes and continues to attack the surgically repaired shoulder of Elias. A “We want Strowman” chant picks up. Elias applies a hammerlock and sends him shoulder-first into the turnbuckle for a near fall. Elias applies an arm bar, but Balor fights up. Elias whips him into the ropes, but he lowers his head and eats a kick. Balor kicks him back before hitting an overhead kick to take him down.
They’re both down and trying to catch a breather. Balor pulls himself up in the corner and kicks Elias away. Balor hits a pair of running forearms before hitting a running clothesline. Balor gets him in the corner and chops him. Balor sends him to the opposite corner, but Elias boots him back. Elias goes to the top rope, but Balor kicks him off to the floor. Balor goes outside and hits a running dropkick into the barricade. Balor gets him in the ring and hits a Sling Blade. Balor goes for a running dropkick, but Elias connects with a stiff clothesline for a near fall. Elias gets him on his shoulders in electric chair position before spinning him into a sit-out powerbomb for a near fall. We head to another break.
Returning from the break, Balor sends Elias out of the ring and kicks him in the face from the apron. Elias comes back by sending him face-first into the ring post. Elias gets him in the ring and misses an elbow drop. Balor quickly rolls him up for a two count. Elias then quickly goes to an arm bar. Balor tries to get to the bottom rope, but Elias pulls him to the middle of the ring and reapplies the arm bar. Balor gets out and hits a double stomp.
Both men are down but slowly get to their feet and exchange blows before Balor hits a Slingblade. Balor then viciously dropkicks him into the corner. Balor goes to the top rope and hits the Coup de Grace for the win!
The Miz’ music hits, but The Miztourage comes out instead. They start running down. The Miz then attacks Balor from behind and punches away at him!
The match is underway and Miz hits a kneeling DDT for a near fall. Miz DDT’s Balor again for a two count. The Miz argues with the referee over the count. Miz kicks away at Balor. Miz continues kicking until Balor gets to his feet. Miz quickly reverses a whip and turns him inside out with a knee to the midsection. Miz then throws him out of the ring.
The Miztourage slowly approaches, but the referee warns them not to. Miz goes outside and sends Balor shoulder-first into the barricade. Miz then twists the arm around the ropes and hits an arm breaker. He sits on the mat and smiles at the WrestleMania sign as we take another break.
Back from the break, Miz is applying an arm bar to Balor. Renee Young is backstage with Elias, picture in picture. She talks about the advantage he’ll have entering the Elimination Chamber last. Elias says he’ll pick up the scraps and give the greatest performance of a lifetime on the grandest stage of them all. Everyone will know what WWE stands for.
Miz starts up the IT Kicks on Balor, but Balor ducks the big kick and chops away at him. Balor quickly kicks him down and delivers a falling elbow for a near fall. Michael Cole mentions the longest single performance in WWE history was Bruno Sammartino against Waldo Von Erich in 1964, at over 80 minutes! Kind of a shame they didn’t try and outdo that tonight with Rollins.
Balor chops away at him before Miz boots him. Miz goes for a Skull Crushing Finale, but Balor counters with a roll-up for a two count. Miz quickly drives the shoulder into the mat and goes for a kick, but Balor rolls him up for a two count. Miz goes for the Skull Crushing Finale, but Balor grabs the ropes. The referee forces the break on Miz, meanwhile The Miztourage takes advantage of the distraction to snap Balor’s arm off the ropes.
Balor fights back, hits the ropes, ducks a clothesline, and hits The Miztourage with a summersault senton! Balor kicks Miz in the face and viciously dropkicks him into the corner. Balor gets on the apron and forearms Curtis Axel to the floor. Balor then boots Bo Dallas to the floor. Miz then crotches Balor on the top rope. Miz hits the Skull Crushing Finale for the win!
The Miz celebrates and points at the WrestleMania sign, meanwhile A “Strowman” chant picks up, and Miz’ smile turns into fear when he realizes that Strowman is next. Miz looks terrified as Strowman’s music hits to a big reception in Phoenix.
The Miz quickly leaves the ring as Braun Strowman gets on the apron. Strowman wildly chases him into the crowd and clubs him up by the LED lights. Strowman brings him back through the crowd and throws him over the barricade and back to ringside as we take a break.
We come back to see Strowman knock Miz down and throw him across the ring like a ragdoll. Strowman turns him inside out with a kick to the midsection. Strowman then picks him up and throws him across the ring again. Strowman then raises his arms and roars.
The Miztourage backs up when Strowman looks at them. Miz sidesteps an avalanche and kicks away at him, but Strowman shoves him away. Miz snaps Strowman off the top rope and dropkicks him to the corner. Renee Young is backstage with Finn Balor, who says The Miztourage will be locked out of the Elimination Chamber. This Sunday, he’ll go on to face Brock Lesnar and beat him at WrestleMania.
Miz charges for a dropkick, but Strowman dropkicks him down! Strowman then holds him back and clubs him down. Miz tries to beg him off and covers up to avoid being hit. Strowman gets him to his feet and head-butts him. Miz pulls the top rope down to get him out of the ring. Miz baseball slides him into the barricade. Miz charges, but Strowman clotheslines him down on the floor. Strowman chases Curtis Axel back before putting Miz in the ring.
The Miztourage distracts Strowman, allowing Miz to hit a Skull Crushing Finale! The power of Strowman’s kick-out sends Miz out of the ring and into The Miztourage. Miz runs into the ring, but Strowman clocks him with a clothesline. Strowman then hits a Running Powerslam and scores the pinfall to end one of the longest matches in WWE history!
After the match, Charly Caruso interviews Braun Strowman on the stage. She asks if his mindset will change despite never being in an Elimination Chamber match. Strowman doesn’t fear the unknown. The unknown fears him. This Sunday at Elimination Chamber, it’ll be the same thing. Then he’s going to WrestleMania to beat “Beastie Boy” Brock Lesnar because he’s not finished with him. At WrestleMania, Brock Lesnar is gonna get these hands. Strowman then excuses himself to handle some unfinished business.
Strowman goes down to the ring. The Miztourage is trying to pull Miz out of the ring. Strowman pulls Miz and The Miztourage back in with one hand. Strowman punches them and hits Axel with a Running Powerslam. Strowman then hits a Running Powerslam on Bo Dallas. Miz runs away, and Strowman chases him backstage. After a few moments, Miz is thrown onto the stage. Strowman gets Miz in the ring and hits an emphatic Running Powerslam. Strowman goes to leave, but he stops. The crowd is loving this and chanting “One more time.” Strowman then hits Miz with a huge Running Powerslam to the delight of the crowd. Strowman laughs and throws some sweat onto Miz before leaving the ring.
Later tonight, we’ll see a 6-Woman Tag Team Match with Bayley, Sasha Banks, and Mickie James taking on Alexa Bliss, Mandy Rose, and Sonys Deville.
Asuka will be in action, next. Before we head to the break though, we get a video package of the next Hall of Fame 2018 inductee, Jeff Jarrett!
Asuka makes her entrance and the fans in Phoenix love her!
Renee Young is in the ring with Asuka. Renee asks what she thinks of the upcoming threat of Nia Jaz and Asuka says she controls her destiny, her road to WrestleMania. Renee asks about the bold things Nia Jax has said about her. Asuka says Nia didn’t look so good after their last match when she was limping away from the ring. Asuka says Nia likes to talk, but on Sunday, she won’t be talking. She will tap out. Nia Jax gets in the ring, but Asuka felt her coming and hits some strikes on her. Asuka boots her back and goes to the top rope, but Jax pulls her off for a Samoan Drop. Jax then drops three legs on Asuka. Jax then leaves Asuka in the ring holding her neck.
We get a video package that shows Ronda Rousey’s debut at Royal Rumble, then clips of her training and on late night talk shows. Rousey will sign her WWE contract at Elimination Chamber this Sunday.
Titus O’Neil will start the match against Cesaro. They lock up, and Cesaro powers him to the corner before shoving him. O’Neil throws Cesaro to the corner and clubs him. Apollo is tagged in, and they sloppily send Cesaro into the ropes for a double back elbow. O’Neil tags back in and slams Cesaro before taunting Sheamus. Apollo tags back in and goes to work on Cesaro, knocking him down with a dropkick.
Cesaro quickly gets up and throws Apollo out of the ring. Sheamus clotheslines him on the floor. Sheamus tags in and attacks Apollo outside the ring. Sheamus gets him in the ring and tags in Cesaro. They hit a double-team kick to the midsection and taunt the crowd. Cesaro applies a chin lock. Apollo fights up, but Sheamus tags in and they take him down. The Bar taunts the crowd. Sheamus drops a knee for a two count before applying an overhead wristlock.
Cesaro tags back in and comes off the second rope with a club for a two count. Sheamus tags back in and stomps Apollo before applying a front facelock. Apollo gets out, but can’t tag O’Neil who has been knocked off the apron. Apollo then rolls Cesaro up for the win.
Titus Worldwide celebrates their big win on the ramp. The Bar is outraged. I sure hope this isn’t building to the demise of Sheamus and Cesaro but I also think it has to go somewhere.
Bayley, Sasha Banks, and Mickie James will take on Alexa Bliss, Mandy Rose, and Sonya Deville later tonight.
The commentators run down theentire Elimination Chamber card. Matt Hardy vs. Bray Wyatt has been added to the card. They also talk a lot about Rousey again.
Bray Wyatt’s video flashes on the screen and he is shown somewhere backstage. Some say the end is near, and he hopes they’re right for Matt Hardy’s sake. His end will be at Elimination Chamber. Matt Hardy breaks into the feed and says he’s been engaged in a battle with Wyatt since the beginning of time. Wyatt says Hardy is a liar, and Hardy says the same about him. Wyatt says Hardy a twisted individual. Hardy says Wyatt must be rendered OBSOLETE! At Elimination Chamber, Bray Wyatt shall be DELETED! Wyatt laughs before growling at the camera. Dang, this feud has fell soooo flat.
Sasha Banks makes her entrance to a pretty low reaction. The 6-Woman Tag Match is next.
We return and get entrances for all the rest of the women, as well as some split-screen promo’s with the usual “I’m gonna win the Chamber” stuff.
Alexa Bliss will start the match against Mickie James. Bliss smiles at James and tags in Sonya Deville instead. They circle the ring a few times before locking up. James hooks the arm, but Deville gets out and takes her down. James gets out and takes her down before applying a front facelock.
Sasha Banks tags in and kicks Deville before wrenching the arm. Deville gets out and wrenches the arm. Banks powers her to the corner and tags in Mandy Rose. Rose punches away at Banks before going for a body slam, but Banks slides off and slams her into the corner. Bayley tags in and bounces Rose off the turnbuckle. Bayley tries to give her a head-scissor, but Rose counters with a cartwheel. Rose shoves her twice and hits a hair whip to the face. Bayley angrily powers her to the corner and stomps her down. Bayley hits an exploder, but Rose quickly rolls out of the ring to recover.
We come back from the break to see Bayley fighting up from a chin lock applied by Mandy Rose. Bayley gets out and attacks the heel side before trying to crawl to her corner. Rose stops her, but Bayley fights it. Bayley tries for a slingshot, but Rose viciously slams her down for a near fall. Alexa Bliss blind tags in and clubs away at Bayley. Absolution isn’t happy about this. Bliss stomps Bayley in the corner, Bayley tries makes a comeback but Bliss quickly shoves her to the corner and slaps her in the face. Bliss stomps her and tags in Deville.
Deville punches Bayley in the ribs for a two count. Deville applies a body scissor and talks some trash. Bayley gets out and fights off Absolution before tagging in Banks, but the referee didn’t see the tag. Bayley shoves Rose into Banks. James tags in and hits a running forearm and kick on Rose. Deville is knocked off the apron. James then hits a flapjack and kips up. James goes to the top rope and hits a Thesz Press. James then hits a neckbreaker on Deville. James hits a bicycle kick on Rose and baseball slides Deville. Rose hits a knee to the face and covers, but James’ foot is under the bottom rope.
Rose then applies an abdominal stretch to Mickie. Eventually, James gets out, and Rose hits her with a reckless inverted gutwrench suplex for a two count. Deville tags in, and James connects with a hurricanrana. James goes to tag Banks, but Deville cuts her off and slams her down. Rose tags in, and they go for a double-team suplex, but James counters into a neckbreaker on both women.
Banks and Bliss are tagged in. Banks hits a pair of clotheslines and a dropkick. Banks blocks a kick and points at the WrestleMania sign before kicking her in the face. Banks kicks Bliss back before coming off the apron with double knees on Deville. Banks hits Bliss with double knees, but Rose breaks it up. Bayley runs in and hits Rose with a side suplex. Bliss rolls Banks up, but Banks counters into a roll-up for a two count. Bliss then slams Banks into the turnbuckle. Bliss goes for a DDT, but Banks counters into the Bank Statement for the submission win.
Absolution attacks Banks from behind. Bayley tries to make the save, but they viciously take her out. Alexa Bliss gets in the ring and looks pleased with this. She then realizes that she’s in danger. Absolution backs her to a corner, but Mickie James makes the save. Bliss and James then hit a double-team impaler DDT on Deville. Bliss and James then walk off together and the commentators speculate on partnerships in the Chamber.
That’s it for this week’s Raw, the go-home show to Elimination Chamber. The first half was a stellar show but the latter half was standard, forgettable Raw. Let us know what you thought and I will see you back here on Sunday night! Until then, safe travels!