WWE RAW Coverage: A Sad End to a Bad Year

To say that this week’s RAW was an overdramatic mess would be a gross understatement. Who’s writing this nonsense? What happened to believable storylines? Why does everything feel so forced? Where is the unpredictability and suspense?

2015 couldn’t end quick enough for the WWE. With John Cena back and The Rock confirmed for Wrestlemania, there are some things to look forward to, but with horrific writing and an unprepared youth movement in full swing, RAW continues to dig its own grave.

Appearances from Zack Ryder, The Big Show, Heath Slater, Goldust and R-Truth didn’t help things either. It was obvious the show was dealing with a less than full roster and having so much B talent only proved the show wasn’t dealing from a position of strength.


Kevin Owens vs. Adrian Neville: Owens went for the Pop-Up Powerbombed, but got rolled up for the loss. After the match however, Owens beat on Neville on the outside to let everyone know that he should have been the Breakout Star 0f 2015. The beating didn’t stop until Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose made the save.

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