WWE RAW was a good show but that does not necessarily mean that the ratings will reflect this, considering that I've thought that WWE has been putting on some solid shows over the past few weeks. I just think that unless you are a hardcore WWE fan, someone who lives and breathes WWE RAW, it is difficult to enjoy a show without fans in attendance.
Here's what I thought worked for the show and the facets of WWE RAW that I could have done without. I hereby present my weekly 'Best and worst of WWE RAW' column for you to read and enjoy.
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#1 Best: Sasha Banks becomes the brand new WWE RAW Women's Champion (officially)
For the duration that it lasted, Sasha Banks and Asuka had an awesome contest. I loved every minute of it, from the fact that before the match, Sasha Banks took shots at Stephanie McMahon, to the fact that she won the WWE RAW Women's Championship only because Bayley caused a distraction in the backstage area, to the way Asuka reacted, knowing that she had been tricked out of a possible win.
Unfortunately, this was probably Kairi Sane's final appearance in WWE and she went out in spectacular fashion, playing a key component in Sasha Banks being crowned as the WWE RAW Women's Champion, with the backstage brawl with Bayley in the back. The former NXT Women's Champion and Women's Tag Team Champion has been an integral part of the women's division over the last few years and one can only hope that her career does not end once she heads back to Japan.