Monday Night Raw on April 17th 2017, was a really good show. WWE has been getting it right, with the superstar shakeup on Monday Night Raw. Monday saw Cesaro battle Jeff Hardy in a really good match-up and Braun Stroman Vs. The Big Show which ended when the ring collapsed. WWE Payback in about two weeks, looks to be a really good show and signs of things to come this coming season in the WWE . Here are some of the highlights of RAW!!
The WWE Roadblock kicked off the last WWE PPV of 2016 and it was an entertaining and action packed end of 2016 for the Raw brand.
Cesaro/ Sheamus Vs. The New Day : I’m a big fan of The New Day and I wished The New Day could have finished the year being the WWE tag team champions although they are the longest reigning WWE tag team champions of all time. Cesaro/Sheamus are growing on me as a tag team and if anyone deserves gold its Cesaro.
Chris Jericho Vs. Seth Rollins : Jericho is always entertaining to watch and this was a good match nothing great but good to keep the momentum up for both.
Kevin Owens Vs. Roman Reigns : A weird match up that was thrown together to fast for me to care. I’m very glad that KO is still the champion but they need Roman to lose the US Title and hopefully to Chris Jericho in 2017.
Sasha Banks Vs. Charlotte : These two can have a match a week and i’ll watch it. The WWE is going to play championship back and forth with these two and i’m sure Sasha will get it back again and maybe Bailey will surprise everybody and win it from one of them in 2017.
Another good week of wrestling on both WWE Raw and SmackdownLive. This time of the year its usually a boring time of year, right before Royal Rumble starts the road to Wrestlemania in January but this year its been very exciting and entertaining in the WWE Universe. Congratulations to THE BOSS Sasha Banks on her third women’s title reign with a win over Charlotte in a great match on Raw. Here are some of the highlights of Raw and SmackdownLive :
The fallout from The Survivor Series continued on Raw and Smackdown. Both shows were very entertaining this week , and I like that both of them got their brand working good. I’m excited to see where we go from here with the road to Wrestlemania coming soon. Here are the highlights of Raw and SmackdownLive :
Tonight on WWE Network the RAW brand brings you WWE Hell In A Cell….This show has the potential for show of the year, with the scheduled matches.
Sasha Banks Vs. Charlotte :
Already revolutionaries, WWE Women’s Champion Sasha Banks and bitter rival Charlotte Flair will make history yet again on Oct. 30 when they become the first female Superstars ever to battle inside the unforgiving Hell in a Cell.
Raw General Manager Mick Foley and Commissioner Stephanie McMahon approved the stipulation, which was suggested by Banks, on the Oct. 10 edition of Raw, further intensifying what was already going to be a fiery clash.
Sasha is defending the prestigious championship in front of her home crowd at TD Garden in Boston. Although the home-arena advantage will undoubtedly benefit The Boss, Charlotte will likely remain undeterred.
After all, the two Superstars have traded the Raw Women’s Championship since its inception at WrestleMania 32, each competitor having held it twice. As insurance, Charlotte may have her protégé, Dana Brooke, at ringside, but her presence is unlikely to affect the proceedings, thanks to the Cell’s 20-foot-high steel walls, roof and locked door. . My prediction is Sasha Banks for the win!
Kevin Owens Vs. Seth Rollins :
WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens will defend Raw’s most coveted title against Seth Rollins in a highly anticipated rematch — this time, inside Hell in a Cell — on Sunday, Oct. 30, live on the award-winning WWE Network.
What will go down when these two heated rivals go head-to-head inside WWE’s most hellacious combat zone?
The Architect has appeared to be a man possessed recently in his quest to win the WWE Universal Title, defying authority’s orders and going on the attack against KO and anyone in his way. Despite being hell-bent on once again becoming the champion, Rollins has been met with obstacle after obstacle. Whether it’s Owens himself, KO’s best buddy Chris Jericho or WWE COO Triple H, the No. 1 contender has been met with resistance at every turn.Confronting these hurdles, Rollins will have another chance to overcome WWE’s Prizefighter. Will the addition of the unforgiving steel enclosure known as Hell in a Cell ensure that there will be no further controversy and no excuses for the outcome on Oct. 30? Since winning the WWE Universal Championship, Owens has shown a knack for evading danger. Yet, will he be able to survive another battle against Rollins — in the career-altering Cell, no less — with his coveted championship in tow? Winner = Kevin Owens
Roman Reigns Vs. Rusev :
Roman Reigns is headed to Hell itself — Hell in a Cell, that is — for a U.S. Championship battle with Rusev at WWE Hell in a Cell, Sunday, Oct. 30, live on WWE Network.
The match marks Big Dog’s return to the legendary structure that has both settled rivalries (including his own) and potentially shortened careers (including Shane McMahon’s), and will be Rusev’s first turn inside the towering steel enclosure that has loomed large for the last two decades. And it came about in a surprisingly literal way: After his U.S. Title win against The Super Athlete at Clash of Champions was followed by an indecisive rematch, Lana petitioned Reigns for another title rematch on behalf of The Bulgarian Brute.
When Reigns responded with jokes and derision, The Ravishing Russian snapped back, “Go to hell!” — a sentiment Rusev himself echoed in a more physical manner when he laid out The Big Dog moments later.
Once he regained his senses, Reigns not only delivered a huge Superman Punch, but he also agreed to the bout provided it was inside Hell in a Cell, thus sentencing himself and The Super Athlete to a title match inside the massive steel structure. Which of these high-powered athletes will walk out of Hell in a Cell with their souls intact and championship gold around their waist? Winner = Roman Reigns
The New Day Vs. Shamus & Cesaro :
For weeks, Sheamus and Cesaro attempted to pummel one another into absolute oblivion. Now, they will attempt to put their differences aside and challenge long-reigning WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day at WWE Hell in a Cell.
Following Cesaro and Sheamus’ Best of Seven Series that saw neither Superstar clinch the elusive and series-deciding fourth win, Raw General Manager Mick Foley decided to flip the script. Because no victor was decided, but a championship opportunity had been promised to the series’ winner, Foley announced that Cesaro and Sheamus would get a title match — together, as a unit — against the Raw Tag Team Champions.
Their opponents, The New Day, know all about championship opportunities, having seized theirs over a year ago. Some 400 days later, the rotating trio of Big E, Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods has put down some of the toughest challengers to step their way, including The Dudley Boyz, The Vaudevillains and, most recently, the formidable duo of Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows.
Will The New Day’s incredible success continue against the double-tough team of Cesaro & Sheamus? Or will the challengers’ inability to get along be their undoing? Winners = The New Day
This show is stacked and promises tons of great action tonight on The WWE Network……Tomorrow I will have the highlights of the show!!!…..