What was a pretty decent card on paper slowly went downhill after the amazing first match due to some pretty stupid booking during matches. I also can’t believe that no heels won their matches (if you don’t count the kick-off show match). What does that say about WWE building characters, threats, and story lines?
Another week of WWE programming has come and gone. We’re getting close to the Raw PPV, Great Balls of Fire in less than two weeks and Smackdown had to right a wrong after their Money in the Bank PPV. How did the programs fare this week?
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 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.