5 ways in which WWE can improve RAW
RAW is peaking at the right moment but it can still be better.
Monday night Raw is, without any shadow of a doubt, the crown jewel of WWE. Last year, RAW had a difficult time in attracting viewers but it has once again established its supremacy over other brands like Smackdown and NXT. Entertaining and engaging storylines along with a plethora of well-established superstars on its roster have helped RAW regain it's lost glory.
RAW is peaking at the right moment for WWE but it can still get better. Here are some of the ways in which WWE can improve RAW and make it even more appealing.
#1 Look beyond the Beast Incarnate
Brock Lesnar will go down in the history books as one of the greatest in-ring performers of all time. He is a household name all over the world and he continues to be one of the biggest crowd pullers for WWE at the moment. Most of his matches are short and sweet but are way more intense and hard hitting than any other match on the card.
But unfortunately for the fans, Brock is a part-time wrestler and as a result, they don’t get to witness the most important championship being defended on a regular basis. Thus, stripping Brock of the title will certainly be a smart business decision and will give the viewers an incentive to tune into RAW on a weekly basis.