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Best and worst of RAW: 13th November, 2017

Riju Dasgupta
OFFICIAL
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102.59K   //    14 Nov 2017, 10:51 IST

RAW had an equal dose of gripping moments and disappointments
RAW had an equal dose of gripping moments and disappointments

Go-home shows have traditionally never been great shows for WWE over the years. The 'go-home' episode of RAW for Survivor Series 2017 pretty much continued this tradition.

Sure, there were some great moments interspersed over the three hours of action. However, they were too few and far between for this show to be called a really good one. If anything, this show was as thumbs in the middle at it really gets.

What went down in this week's episode of RAW? Let's revisit the show and list out the best and the worst of this week.

To start with, here is the biggest positive to come out of this week.


#1 Best: Two returns, one good promo

Reigns must have worked on his mic skills, during his time off
Reigns must have worked on his mic skills, during his time off

We were really happy to see Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt return to action once again this week. Reigns teamed up with his 'Shield brothers' yet again, and we saw them in action for the first time in years. Bray Wyatt came back too, to face Jason Jordan, and inevitably lost.

Stephanie McMahon kicked off proceedings this week as she emasculated RAW General Manager and her one-time on-screen flame, Olympic Gold Medalist, Kurt Angle. The Shield interrupted proceedings as Stephanie McMahon asked Roman Reigns the dreaded question- 'where was he all along?'

Reigns retaliated with a retort of his own, asking Stephanie McMahon where she was for such a long time herself. After all, she'd only been through a table at WrestleMania. Just another day in WWE. Where was she, huh?

Jokes aside, it's great to see how much Reigns has improved on the microphone since his program with John Cena recently. Reigns even got cheered after he cut his promo. He's far more equipped for the role of 'top guy' now than he ever was.

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Riju Dasgupta
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Riju Dasgupta is the bassist of heavy metal bands Albatross and Primitiv. He's also a former guest columnist for Rolling Stone India. His primary passion remains watching and reviewing the art of professional wrestling for Sportskeeda. In the world of heavy metal, he goes by the moniker- Dr. Hex.
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