Welcome to another edition of Monday Night Raw with it taking place on the 4th of July in Columbus, OH. As soon as Monday Night Raw went live, you saw all the superstars eating some food and as soon as the Miz & Maryse started addressing the superstars it turned into a food fight. Last week was another good edition of Monday Night Raw and hopefully that trend continues as we make way to the Battleground PPV in less than three weeks. There really wasn’t too much in the world of wrestling that happened over the course of last week to report, so let’s get started.
Rusev vs. Titus O’Neil: Monday Night Raw kicked off with this match for the United States Championship, which I thought was a good move. This match between these two was pretty good and I thought there was a chance that Titus could win this one. In the end, Rusev won with the Accolade, now my question is who will be the next opponent for the U.S. champ.
Charlotte/Sash Banks Segment: This was a pretty good segment, I still like Dana Brooke, but she’s just too green to be on the main roster because her timing is always off. I like the promos from Banks & Charlotte, this feud has the potential to be really BIG.
Dean Ambrose vs. The Miz: This was a champion vs. champion match and it was a pretty physical match-up. In the end, WWE champ Dean Ambrose picked up the win with Dirty Deeds in a really good match.
Seth Rollins vs. Dolph Ziggler: This was a damn good match between these two as expected. In the end, Rollins picked up the win with the Pedigree and afterwards, Rollins cut a promo while on top of the announcer’s table. Ambrose got on top of the Spanish announce table and threw the title at Rollins then attacked him before hitting Dirty Deeds on top of the Spanish announce table.
John Cena/The Club: Cena came out and cut a pretty damn good promo about the Club & said he was tired of looking over his shoulder so he called them out. The Club came out and Styles also cut a damn good promo, then they proceeded to head to the ring to beat up John Cena. They were beating Cena down, but the music of Enzo & Big Cass hit and they helped Cena clear the ring of The Club.
New Day/Wyatt Family Segment: This feud is starting to get pretty interesting as it’s bringing out the serious side of The New Day. I’ve enjoyed this very much thus far and looking forward to their upcoming match.
Team USA vs. The World: This 16-man elimination tag match didn’t mean anything, but it was fun for the 4th of July holiday.
Enzo & Big Cass vs. Social Outcasts: This was basically a complete squash and hopefully Cass & Enzo will do something more meaningful in the very near future.
Golden Truth vs. Vaudevillians: This Golden Truth thing is annoying and why have they turned the Vaudevillians into jobbers?
Vickie Guerrero Return: I see what they’re doing with the GMs from the past returning, but just not feeling it.
Overall Rating: 6.5/10- I didn’t have high expectations for this edition of Monday Night Raw since it took place on the 4th of July. I’m not feeling the team of the Golden Truth; I don’t like how the Vaudevillians are jobbers now. This thing they’re doing by bringing in former GMs onto Monday Night Raw is annoying and Vickie Guerrero was the latest to show up on Monday Night Raw, now I would love to see Eric Bischoff for at least one night. Earlier in the night I was complaining that it seems like they didn’t have nothing for Enzo & Big Cass, but with them coming to the aid of John Cena they made up for it.
Top 5 Happenings on Monday Night Raw:
- Enzo & Big Cass Help John Cena With The Club
- Seth Rollins vs. Dolph Ziggler
- Dean Ambrose vs. The Miz
- Wyatt Family/New Day
- Main Event
What did you think about this edition of Monday Night Raw? What are your thoughts on Enzo & Big Cass assisting John Cena against The Club? Who do you see facing Brock Lesnar at Summerslam? Head to the comments section and give me some feedback on Monday Night Raw from Columbus.