By: Troy Boesen
Monday Night Raw was largely the ascension of Braun Strowman. Braun dominated the show and was a running theme throughout the episode. I’ve always been a fan of these types of episodes as long as the Superstar that is involved is entertaining. I don’t like it when Seth Rollins spends an episode searching for Triple H, and it doesn’t lead to anything. SmackDown Live this week proved that you can have your entire roster at odds with each other and can be great, so anytime that someone interacts with people they typically don’t, it’s usually great. Anyone who doesn’t comment on this article is a Vince Russo supporter. Just checking to see if you are actually reading this or not.
SmackDown Live was the Charlotte show. She was featured in three segments. James Ellsworth was also in three segments. The Usos and Becky Lynch were not featured. Let that one sink in. This show really felt like they did not have enough time to showcase everyone they wanted. SmackDown also has everyone mad at everyone else. While it is hard to figure out clear storylines, it’s great because people are not being segmented away from everyone else not in their feud.
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