WWE RAW Coverage: Another Low Point

Two weeks before Hell in a Cell and RAW still doesn’t have any intriguing storylines. An Alexa Bliss/Shayna Baszler segment to end the show? Because that’ll really puts asses in seats. Simply put WWE Creative is an utter disaster, releasing workers that can produce great content and giving air time to performers with no proven track record, a-la Mansoor. This show just gets worse every week.

Matches:

Tag Team Battle Royal: This was a disaster of an opening match as John Morrison and Lince Dorado competed in spite of having injured tag team partners. In the end The Viking Raiders picked up the victory.

Elias vs. Jaxson Ryker: Elias ran away to give Ryker the count-out win.

Ricochet vs. Humberto Carrillo: A double count-out that makes sure they have unfinished business to see who challenges Sheamus for the United States Title at Hell in a Cell.

Jeff Hardy vs. Cedric Alexander: Hardy got the clean win with The Twist of Fate and the Swanton.

Asuka and Nikki Cross vs. Charlotte Flair and RAW Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley: Flair hit her teammate with Natural Selection, which allowed Cross to pick up the win.

Mansoor vs. Drew Gulak: Mansoor got the surprise win.

Riddle w/Randy Orton vs. Kofi Kingston w/Xavier Woods: Kingston got the clean win and countered both the RKO and Bro Derek before he hit the Trouble in Paradise.

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