SmackDown Live is absolutely dominating in its weekly show. The main event, the mid-card and especially the female talent have had a fantastic showing week in week out with Raw only beating them once in my opinion.
If you follow this series of articles (out every week #justsayin) then you’ll know that since I started doing them, SmackDown is 3-1 up. WWE Raw has a lot to live up to and quite a bit of catching up to do if it wants to even be on a level playing field with WWE SmackDown Live.
If the rumours of Paul Heyman joining the creative team are true, we can only hope he is assigned to Raw to improve the programming somewhat.
That being said, out of the two shows, Raw has had the better pay-per-view outing with Clash of Champions. They are doing certain things right but it’s becoming ever apparent that it is harder to keep consistency with a three-hour show compared to the two hours that SmackDown Live has to fill.
Can Raw take a point back this week? Did they keep our attention throughout the entire show? Without further ado, let’s analyse the best bits of both Raw and SmackDown Live and see who dominated this week right here…on Sportskeeda!