WWE RAW: 4 Biggest questions from this week’s episode (June 10, 2019)
WWE has been trying to keep the ratings of their flagship show as high as possible, but have been failing to do so every week. They have injected Brock Lesnar back into the mix to try and achieve high ratings and even brought in the wild card rule to ensure that the star power remains sky high every week.
Even though that has been the case, it’s the creatives and the storylines that have been failing the company lately and not the superstars and the talent involved who are actually carrying the company forward through their efforts on screen and on social media.
This week’s Raw opened up a new box of questions as the bookings and the segments involved made little sense in the buildup towards Stomping Grounds.
In this article, we will look at the 4 biggest questions we have from this week’s episode of Monday Night Raw.
#4 Why did WWE kill Joe’s credibility?
This week on Raw, WWE brought together a diverse group of superstars in one segment which resulted in a six-man tag team match.
Ricochet, The Miz, and Braun Strowman took on Cesaro, Samoa Joe, and Bobby Lashley in the best match of the night which saw the faces emerge victorious after some chaos in the middle.
While the heels did lose some credibility, it was highly questionable that WWE made Joe run out of the match after getting in the bad books of The Monster Among Men.
WWE had teased a feud between the two men prior to the Superstar Shake-Up, but nothing came out of the one time attack. Even if WWE was trying to start a rivalry between the two men for the future, this wasn’t the best way to do so.
WWE could have just made Joe look as strong as Strowman by allowing him to take out his own teammates as his sole interest is in his championship belt.
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