5 things that could’ve made WWE Raw 25 better
Raw 25 was good, but it wasn't great.
The 25th-anniversary celebration of Monday Night Raw has been and gone, with many fans feeling conflicted when deciding whether or not it was actually a success. WWE had been promoting this night for the better part of six months, and because of that, the expectations among the WWE Universe were extremely high.
We had big returns and some decent wrestling action sprinkled in between, but when the show went off the air, we were left to wonder what could’ve been. Sure, turning the event into a nostalgia trip was one of the only cards they were able to play, but at times it felt like they didn’t know how to manage what they had in front of them.
That’s not to say that it wasn’t enjoyable because it was certainly better than your average episode of Raw, but improvements definitely could’ve been made.
With that being said, here are five things that could’ve made WWE Raw 25 better.
#5 More Manhattan Center
We’ll kick things off with what is arguably one of the biggest points of them all – the mismanagement of the Manhattan Center. We all knew that it was going to be a challenge for WWE to put on an event that was broadcast from two different arenas, but the fans in attendance weren’t really given their money’s worth.
Aside from some appearances by Wyatt, Hardy, Taker and DX they didn’t have much to shout about throughout the evening, and they were left to sit and watch as the majority of the action took place at the Barclays Center. It’s no secret that fans were chanting “we want refunds” as they left the building, and it’s something that the company is probably going to have to answer for.