According to various reports this past week's episode of Monday Night Raw was rewritten just before the show which showed during the show. Clearly the company didn't know what direction they really wanted to go with the program. Even on a three hour episode they really didn't have flow of the program with what they hoped to accomplish in most cases because it really just seemed like they were going in all sorts of directions which is something they really can't be doing this close to Wrestlemania.
The never ending feud between Baron Corbin and Braun Strowman, a tag team division lacking direction, Ambrose being ran into the ground, and various other reasons. After an interesting PPV event the night before I thought it would've been easy for the company to pick up where they left off the night before, but I guess Vince wanted to make a big splash, but did it work or was it miss. In recent weeks I have been focusing on Dean Ambrose and his effect on the product and how him having no clear direction negatively effects the product.
I refuse to mention that terrible feud between Corbin and Strowman because it just needs to end and have both men move onto totally different things. Now onto something else that the WWE need to understand having a few great matches with tag teams doesn't automatically give the division direction if they mix things up the next week. I am very confused about things after this week with Gargano and Ciampa winning their debut against the tag team champions the week after they won the tag team titles. It is extremely puzzling, because you would've thought that they would continued to build momentum rather than taken the hit this week. I know it was good match and it's possible to loose and still look good, but my only question is that if Gargano and Ciampa aren't sticking around why did they have to get the win against The Revival on Raw and why not just have a draw.
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