WWE RAW: 4 things Vince McMahon should avoid doing on the show this week
We are just two weeks away from the annual Money in the Bank PPV scheduled on May 19th, as WWE will bring to us the latest episode of the longest running TV show in history and it's flagship brand: Monday Night RAW, live from the U.S. Bank Arena, Cincinnati, Ohio.
There are a lot of repeated mistakes that WWE has continued to do on RAW that is coming back to haunt them in the form of dropping TV ratings, and one of the best ways to deliver a good show is to first understand what all the fans don't want to see and avoid doing it.
In this article, let's take a look at the 4 things Vince McMahon should avoid doing on this week's show to better the product. Feel free to share your thoughts and views about the current WWE programming in the comments section below.
#4 Not start a proper rivalry for the RAW Tag Team Championship
Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder defeated the former RAW Tag Team Champions at WrestleMania 35 to become the new champs. In the process, Hawkins also broke his streak of 269 straight losses in WWE.
But ever since winning the title, their run has been pretty lackluster. They were dominated by the debutants Viking Raiders (previously known many other names) on their first night and got pinned. In a division that all of a sudden is looking very strong with the inclusion of The Usos, The Viking Raiders, and The Club, these two surely are not the proper candidates to be the champs.
Their booking so far hasn't been good, and they don't have proper challengers for their titles, which in turn is hurting the credibility of the championship. WWE should surely avoid booking them in another random segment or match and build towards a serious feud for the RAW Tag Titles.