Who came away with the most momentum from last night's RAW? (November 27, 2018)
Who came out of last night's RAW looking strong? Who lost steam as the Road to WrestleMania gets underway?
Last night's RAW was an up-or-down show, with high highs and low lows. With no pay per view coming until the Royal Rumble, the red roster clearly has some time to kill, and it showed more than once last night. Even so, it came out as a decent program.
But who walked away with the most heat? Who got closer to the big stage at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans and who only got closer to the locker room backstage?
Gained momentum: Seth Rollins
The first match of the night was a thriller between Seth Rollins and Cesaro. Making a point that neither Dean Ambrose nor Sheamus was in the building, both men were on their own.
Cesaro dominated most of the match but was never able to put away Seth Rollins, who would defeat him after hitting his knee finish.
Rollins and Ambrose vowed to get the tag team titles back last week. Thus far, in respective singles victories over Cesaro and Sheamus, they look to be much closer to their goal, and a title match has already been announced for next week.