Wednesday, May 30, 2018

WWE Monday Night Raw May 28, 2018 Results and Review They Make Money Anyways

Another Monday Night Raw is in the books, and this time around there’s a lot to talk about right? Well, there were a few notes that I enjoyed, but for the most part, this was a lackluster show that tried very hard to move forward with the stories that they had been promoting in the past. There’s a lot of people that weren’t shown at all, and that’s something to consider overall. Other than that, all I can say to start this is that the company will be making money no matter what. That’s something that is going to drive a lot of the reviews of Raw, if they are honest.

WWE Monday Night Raw May 28, 2018 Results and Review

Finn Balor defeated Braun Strowman via DQ

There was a disqualification in this match, and it was going very good for the most part. I though thit was a fine match. Kevin Owens kept running his mouth on this one, so it became a little bit of a tussle with outside interference. I don’t think Balor would’ve gone over, but it would’ve been nice to see him get the big win if you ask me.

Jinder Mahal defeated Seth Rollins via DQ

Another DQ finish? Yep! This was a good fight and it was mainly because Rollins can make anyone look good. Rollins was able to throw down a great deal of offense, but Mahal impressed me a little with how he fought off Rollins at times. You can’t take anything away from him that’s for certain. Mahal held his own, and with the help of one of the Singh Brothers, he was able to garner a DQ finish, and won the match. He didn’t win the title, but hey, a win is a win.

Nia Jax defeated A Jobber

Nia Jax beat up a jobber while getting on the mic to taunt Ronda Rousey. Nothing major here.

Woken Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt defeated The Ascension

This was a throw away match that ended like you would expect. The Ascension lost this one and that’s that.

Kevin Owens defeated Bobby Roode

This was an interesting match with a lot of back and forth. In the end, however, Roode was taken down a notch and that was the end of this one, that’s for sure. Not bad, but not great either.

Sami Zayn apologized

This again?

Drew McIntyre defeated Chad Gable

This was a burial if you ask me. Gable got beat down and that was that. McIntyre is a beast!

Sasha Banks won the Gauntlet Match for the Money In The Bank Spot

This was a fun main event and the women did well here, and of course it was Sasha Banks that would get the final win with a submission.

Overall, the night wasn’t half bad, and I liked the bigger picture, but it just seemed like the WWE was phoning things in if you ask me.

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