3 Interesting observations from WWE RAW (December 2, 2019)
Fans always debate about how good or bad every episode of RAW ends up being each week.
But this week's episode of Monday Night RAW was quite unimpressive, to say the least.
It's been quite obvious from the past few years that TV viewership for RAW and SmackDown keeps declining around this time of the year. But instead of giving the fans a chance to latch on to a hot program, last night's edition of RAW had a pretty nonchalant vibe throughout its proceedings.
There were some positive moments from the episode, but the show needs to boost things to avoid viewership lows in December 2019.
Let's take a look at some interesting observations from this week's episode of Monday Night RAW (December 2, 2019):
#3: The absence of some relevant stars could be felt throughout the episode
Throughout the middle of the show, most of the matches and promos felt uneventful to some extent. It was good to see some lesser-known stars getting a chance to shine on RAW, but the episode could have benefited from pushing someone like Becky Lynch into the middle of the programming.
She wrestled a dark match after RAW, which doesn't make a lot of sense when the actual episode itself was devoid of some relevant names.
Becky Lynch was responsible for putting the Women's Division on the map once again. But despite her current status as the RAW Women's Champion, she has missed two episodes in a row for some reason.
On top of that, Brock Lesnar is most likely done for the rest of the year, and with that in mind, how can WWE create interest for TLC when two major champions of the Red brand are missing from action?