Ryback d. Curt Hawkins and Tyler Reks

Primo and Epico d. Titus O'Neil and Darren Young

Kelly Kelly d. Eve

Alex Riley d. Dolph Ziggler

Kane d. The Miz

John Cena d. Daniel Bryan

My Take

There was a lot of wrestling on tonight's episode of Raw - nine matches worth. That's what fans have been clamoring for, and that's what they got. And on top of that, most of it was quality wrestling, too. Plus, there was story development that made sense! Overall, Raw has to be considered a success. On a personal note, though, I found it hard to stay fully invested, especially near the middle of the show. It was nothing to do with the quality of the programming but rather just dealing with a three-hour show. WWE delivered a strong show tonight, but the nature of their extended broadcast may be playing against the short attention spans of people like me.


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