Welcome to the current week’s release of Best and Worst of RAW. It was an incredible episode to wrap things up before Crown Gem 2022. The show started with Nikki Cross’ return match, and it finished with an enormous title change as the returning Asuka and Alexa Joy ousted Harm CTRL’s IYO SKY and Dakota Kai.
It was an extraordinary second to end the show, yet there is something else to examine viewing what occurred as we head toward Saudi Arabia this end of the week. In front of the enormous show, we should take a gander at the high points and low points of RAW this week!
3. Best: Seth Rollins versus Austin Theory on RAW
Austin Theory is the old protege of Seth Rollins from 2020 when he was in his faction close by any semblance of Pal Murphy and the Creators of Agony. While he was discreetly taken out to get back to NXT, he is currently the most youthful Mr. Cash in the Bank.
He took on Seth Rollins in an uncommon heel-versus-heel match. In spite of the fact that it wasn’t for the title, Theory got a fantastic appearance. It shows how much confidence WWE actually has in the 25-year-old star.
#2. Worst: Baron Corbin sucking out all the heat from the segment
JBL emerged on RAW this week. In spite of the fact that it was his home province of Texas, he splendidly got heat from the group by offending the more youthful age.
He then, at that point, presented Corbin, who drained all the intensity out of the field before R-Truth emerged. The previous Chairman of Bonanza City needs to improve and assuming that it proceeds this way, the matching with JBL is ill-fated to fizzle.
2. Best: The Roman Rules The Miz fragment
Roman Rules emerged on RAW this week and was in god mode. All that he did and said felt extraordinary. His showdown with The Miz was tomfoolery and light, however, the way that he chose not to treat Logan Paul in a serious way simply added to the story.
His walkout bluster while looking directly into the camera was downright epic. It’s minutes like these when he reminds fans why he has forever been bound to be “the person” in WWE and why they gave him the highest possible authority.
1. Worst: Nikki Cross losing her most memorable match back on RAW
Nikki Cross opened the show as she confronted RAW Ladies’ Hero Bianca Belair. While we loved that she showed no loyalty toward either Belair or Harm CTRL, we didn’t need her most memorable match back to end in shame.
While we aren’t getting as many dusty completions as we did during the McMahon period, this was one of the intriguing circumstances where a dusty completion would have been completely legitimate.
1. Best: The ideal method for taking care of Brock Lesnar versus Bobby Lashley
WWE ran the Bobby Lashley-Brock Lesnar section and generally speaking fought on RAW to outright flawlessness. They played to the two men’s assets, and there was not so much talk but rather more battling.
The storage space and Triple H emerging to reestablish request caused the impending match to feel more significant, and we can hardly stand by to see the unstable epic brawl in what is the most exceptionally expected rematch in seemingly forever.