Tuesday, September 27, 2016

WWE Monday Night Raw September 27, 2016 Results and Review Nothing Makes Sense Anymore

Best Part of Raw Was The Slap From Hell

This week on Monday Night Raw, the show throws all logic out of the window. There’s nothing on this show that makes sense to me, well, a few things, and I’ll talk about the memorable elements from last night’s show right here, right now, on the longest running episodic WWE Blog that no one reads.

WWE Monday Night Raw September 27, 2016 Results

U.S. Champion Roman Reigns vs. Rusev ended in a Double Count-out
Raw Tag Team Champions The New Day def. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson
Bayley def. Anna Fields
Cedric Alexander & Rich Swann def. Lince Dorado & Drew Gulak
Cesaro & Sheamus def. Nick Cutler & Willis Williams
Sasha Banks confronted Raw Women’s Champion Charlotte
WWE Cruiserweight Champion T.J. Perkins def. Tony Nese
Seth Rollins crashed ‘The Highlight Reel’ with Kevin Owens
WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens & Chris Jericho def. Enzo Amore & Big Cass

WWE Monday Night Raw September 27, 2016 Review

Now, if you follow this blog, then you already know that I only watch the HULU edition, so that’s all I will discuss, at least the memorable elements, since this is a crap fest.

Roman Reigns is a face?

Roman Reigns and Rusev fought to a double count out. I don’t get the Reigns character at this point. He doesn’t seem enthused to have the U.S. Title, he beats up Rusev with a chair, and for what? Why is Rusev a heel here? Why is Reigns in the mid card? This whole situation is lackluster, and without any real heels to challenge the “face” Reigns, why does this continue? I don’t know. I expect Rusev and Reigns in a no dq or chairs match or something.

Match Rating: 1 out of 5

The New Day defeated The Club Sandwich Boys

The Club is nothing more than a couple of idiots. They are as effective as a Club Sandwich. They suck. They lose again, and The New Day continues. I’m so tired of The New Day, and with another win, they seem to just keep milking the trio for all they have. Kofi Kingston got busted open the hard way, which was rough to see, but hey, he continued the match. The Club Sandwich boys looked like the Nasty Boys this time around, and again, they lose. This has been the worst treatment of a heel team in a long time. I’m tired of this division, it’s absolutely terrible.

Match Rating: 2 out of 5

Cesaro and Sheamus defeated Two Jobbers

Cesaro and Sheamus are now a tag team. What a B.S. way to get them into the mix of tag matches after a best of 7 series. I hate this. It’s stupid, I don’t want to see this, and well it happened. The jobbers get a nice payday, they get beat up, and we all go home happy.

Match Rating: 1 out of 5

Sasha Banks slapped the holy hell out of Charlotte

Holy crap. The best thing about this segment was that Sasha Banks slapped the holy hell out of Charlotte. Charlotte wasn’t looking and Sasha slapped her into next year. Banks says she’s the boss, yet she’s lost twice now. Bayley should interfere in their match next week, if you ask me.

T.J. Perkins defeated Tony Nese

How would I have booked this? Simple. Nese should’ve had Perkins down and in a pinning predicament, but Kendrick should’ve ran out and beat up Nese, and Perkins. He should’ve said that he should be getting a title shot, and that the championship is his! But that didn’t happen. That would’ve built a feud with Nese for interfering, and built a further point in the Perkins story, with 2 competitors fighting each other for a shot at the title, meanwhile Perkins could wrestle others. But nope. Logic is out, and Nese loses after showcasing incredible moves out there. The crowd was chanting CM Punk, so apparently they weren’t into this match.

Match Rating: 3 out of 5

Kevin Owens and Chris Jericho defeated Enzo and Cass

So let me get this straight, Enzo and Cass are just big mouthed losers? They are as good as the Club Sandwich boys. They lose again. Owens and Jericho continue to build, and the jobbers with mouths are lost in the shuffle yet again. Who cares?! This was a horrendous show, with a lackluster main event, but hey, that’s just my 2 cents.

Match Rating: 2 out of 5

Overall, Raw was lackluster on all levels. The sole exception was Stephanie McMahon stomping all over Mick Foley’s balls. She took them, showed them to him, then stomped them out. Great. The show wasn’t going to be about the GM’s and the Commissioners etc, oh well. Raw sucked. The debates were stupid, but that’s just my two cents.

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