After the Hell in a Cell pay per view I took a week off, because I was not happy where these weekly posts were going. Those posts is not what envisioned when I agreed to write about the WWE. Now a week has gone by I am going to try something new. No more grades, no more going match by match, but more gifs.
Now that my little rant is over, I want to talk about the best match of the night…The Diva’s number 1 contender fatal four way.
The fatal four way was Paige, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, and the other Bella. Everyone in the world knew Paige was gonna win the match, but the match delivered on every note getting to the obvious outcome. The storytelling was great, the skills were there, and you could feel the emotions.
I was impressed with Becky Lynch out of all the girls. Her narrative with wanting to fight Paige , and her previous history in NXT with Banks. Becky Lynch may just be Charlotte’s side kick right now, but she will be a major player for years to come.
The only thing that was garbage about the match was the announcers. Michael Cole is Michael Cole, you know what you are going to get with him, a boring announcer who will never be as good as good old JR. Then you have JBL, who is the best of the bunch. Now I am not saying he is good-by any means, but he is the least amount of garbage of the three. My real problem is Byron Saxton. The man STINKS! I fundamentally understand how Vince thinks Byron should be on the flagship program. He should just stay with the pre-show stuff. Can anyone explain to me hoe Graves is on NXT while Byron on Raw?
The main event was a traditional survivor series match. The match had a little left to desire, but was fine for a Raw main event. What I loved was Team Rollins. Team Rollins had everything that is right with the WWE. You have the best group since The Shield in New Day. Then you mix in Fight Owens Fight with New Day, plus you have the GAWD Seth Rollins as the team captain. If you asked me what the three most enjoyable moments are every week for me, it is the New Day segment, the Rollins segment, and the Owens segment.