Both Raw and Smackdown launched some new feuds or added to the heat this week to ones that were teased or are recent. I found both shows to be a really good reset after the Payback PPV and heading into the next Smackdown PPV, Backlash in less than two weeks.
Two weeks into the “Superstar Shake-Up” and I’m a tad underwhelmed. This piece reflecting on this week’s shows will be way shorter than usual due to the fact that nothing really stuck with me besides a few things.
I don’ t know if it’s post-Wrestlemania burn out, the fact that another PPV is in less than three weeks, or the “superstar shake-up” wasn’t done like the big extravaganza as year’s past, but I didn’t find Raw or Smackdown as exciting as I thought they were going to be.
I’m going to start off by reflecting on Wrestlemania again. I had my feature done on it the very next morning without it maybe sinking in as much as I should have. I will say I stand by what I wrote, but I will reiterate that while some of the matches and booking decisions left […]
I know, I know…I didn’t do my Raw/Smackdown thoughts last week. I didn’t do too much as I was getting over a really bad cold/flu. I was also not that impressed with both shows because they both focused way too much on the McMahons.