Tuesday, July 3, 2018

WWE Monday Night Raw July 2, 2018 Results and Review This Is The Best They Can Do?

Shatter Machine on Reigns - SRC WWE
WWE Monday Night Raw used to be the A show, the flagship show, the show that you couldn’t miss. It was the better show between WCW Nitro and others. Then they got lazy. They have gotten so lazy, in fact, that this is one of for the ages in terms of bad. There was some seriously bad things on this show, and you know what? I’m going to talk about the good, the bad, and the bad, because that’s what I found to be true about this show, and not since WCW had some insane things, has it been this bad.

WWE Monday Night Raw July 2, 2019 Results and Review

Let’s get things started with the opening. It had Roman Reigns, yes, Reigns talking a lot of BOB in his opener, and I didn’t want to hear it. I got tired of it, but hey, it’s Reigns, he’s going to get attention no matter what. He talked trash, that prompted Dolph Ziggler to show up, they got into a scuffle, and then we got some information for later on in the show, it will be Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns versus Dolph ZIggler and Drew Mcintyre, because they got the better of Roman.

Curtis Axel defeated Matt Hardy

Axel made fun of Hardy at first, then we had a B team match in which Matt Hardy lost. Axel won in a fast match, and that’s about it. There’s not a whole lot I can say about this. It was ok at best.

Dr. Shelby Showed UP To Work With Bayley and Sasha in Counseling

I kid you not. This sucked.

The Authors or Pain defeat Titus Worldwide

This was another short match, and it ended with Titus Worldwide jobbing out again. Yay, more jobbing.

Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins defeated Dolph ZIggler and Roman Reigns

This wasn’t a terrible match, it had some great exciting moments, but what I didn’t like was the ending. The Revival showed up out of the crowd and beat up Roman Reigns, and then Rollins got a beat down too. These two guys got beat down, and that was that. The match ended in a DQ finish, and that was that. This was a good match, with a lot of back and forth, mind you, it just had a terrible ending.

Baron Corbin Apology

Baron Corbin wanted an apology from Finn Balor. He instead got beat up a little, and that was that. They’ll fight sooner than later, I’m sure.

Ember Moon defeated Liv Morgan

This was a good women’s match, a lot better than I would have expected, but what gets me is that Liv Morgan loses here, and the Riott Squad may be left without their leader if she can’t heal the MCL issue. This was an ok match, don’t get me wrong, it just didn’t feature the way I thought it would, and honestly, I don’t understand why factions can’t beat single people.

Roman Reigns and Bobby Lashley defeated The Revival via DQ

Well, another DQ finish, and this time around Roman Reigns got a beat down from The Revival and Bobby Lashley walked out on him, as you’d expect. Fun stuff here, I guess.

Mojo Rawley beat up No Way Jose

Yep. I give up.

Nia Jax defeated Mickie James

This had a good match feel to it, and the two worked well enough together, the match had back and forth action, but in the end, Nia Jax was able to finish of James, even with Alexa Bliss on her side.

Braun Strowman defeated Kevin Owens via count out

This was awful. Owens looks like a chicken, he ran off, and hid in a porta potty, then it was knocked off the stage. That’s it. This is how they ended Raw. Not even Vince Russo could think of this.

Well, that was a bad Raw. There’s not a whole lot to say, but I did come up with a theory.

Ronda Rousey, this weekend, is going to cost Nia Jax the title, because she not only wants to beat up Alexa, she wants to take her title too. Watch for the swerve this weekend as Rousey will be at Extreme Rules, in the front row, according to the story. Oh and Raw wasn’t grand, but there were a few bright spots, just awful finishes. No Elias match, lame.

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