WWE Raw results (2/19): Powell’s live review of Cody Rhodes vs. Drew McIntyre, Gunther vs. Jey Uso for the Intercontinental Title, a battle royal for the final spot in the women’s Elimination Chamber match


By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

WWE Raw (Episode 1,604)
Anaheim, California at Honda Center
Aired live February 19, 2024 on USA Network

[Hour One] Raw opened with a shot of the Honda Center exterior. Michael Cole welcomed viewers to the show and said there was a big fight feel. Footage aired of Jey Uso arriving at the building earlier in the day, followed by the arrival of the male members of The Judgment Day. Cole was joined by Pat McAfee on commentary, and Samantha Irvin was the ring announcer…

Drew McIntyre made his entrance for the opening match. A video package aired on McIntyre and Cody Rhodes, who then made his entrance. Cole hyped Grayson Waller’s “Waller Effect” interview with Cody and Seth Rollins for Elimination Chamber…

1. Cody Rhodes vs. Drew McIntyre. A Cody chant broke out. Cole said there were 13,264 fans chanting for Cody. Rhodes went for an early suicide dive, but McIntyre punched him from the floor. Cody caught McIntyre with a kick when he was returning to the ring and then performed a dragon screw leg whip before applying a Figure Four. Cody turned it over and then McIntyre reached the ropes to break the hold. Cody rolled to the floor to sell his knee heading into the first commercial break. [C]

Cody caught McIntyre with a Cody Cutter and covered him for a two count. Cody set up for CrossRhodes, but McIntyre caught him with a knee to the head to avoid it. Cody ducked a clothesline and then clotheslined McIntyre, causing both men to tumble over the top rope to ringside. [C]

McIntyre performed a sit-out powerbomb on Cody for a near fall. A “this is awesome” chant broke out. McIntyre went to a corner of the ring and counted down for his Claymore Kick finisher, but Cody caught him with a kick. McIntyre avoided the Pedigree and went for a Future Shock DDT that Cody countered with a Pedigree. Both men stayed down briefly.

Cody went for a Cody Cutter, but McIntyre caught him in the air with a Glasgow Kiss and then Future Shock DDT’d him, which led to another near fall. McIntyre got to his knees and looked up at the WrestleMania XL sign. McIntyre hopped over the ropes and then went up top, but Cody cut him off and superplexed him. Cody followed up with a top rope version of the Cody Cutter for another near fall.

Cody looked to the crowd and fired up. Cody pointed at the WrestleMania XL sign and waited for McIntyre to get up. Jimmy Uso ran out before Cody could perform his finisher. McIntyre tried to take advantage of the distraction, but Cody transitioned into setting him up for a Cody Cutter. Solo Sikoa appeared on the apron and hit Cody with a Samoan Spike while Jimmy distracted the referee. McIntyre hit Cody with the Claymore Kick and pinned him.

Drew McIntyre defeated Cody Rhodes in 19:40.

Powell’s POV: I would have lost a lot of money had I bet on the outcome of this match. I thought it might have a cheap finish, but I did not expect to see Cody pinned. I like it. Cody was heavily protected due to the interference, which also furthered his issues with The Bloodline. The match was really good despite the lack of a clean finish. Will we see The Bloodline duo again tonight? I could see Jimmy costing his brother the Intercontinental Championship match.

A video package spotlighted Gunther vs. Jey Uso for the Intercontinental Championship for later in the show… The broadcast team hyped the last chance battle royal for after the break… [C] Photos aired of various celebrities wearing the WWE Golden Title belt at NBA All-Star Weekend…

The latest Andrade vignette aired. He said he never had a choice. He spoke about his father, his uncles, his cousins, and even his wife being pro wrestlers. He said it’s his destiny. He said people had high expectations and he didn’t let that stop him. He said he controls his destiny and it’s in WWE. He said the Andrade El Idolo era has just begun…

The broadcast team recapped Solo Sikoa attacking Cody Rhodes to cost him the match. McAfee broke out the telestrator. Cole called McIntyre a hypocrite for complaining about The Bloodline costing him matches and then taking advantage of their interference in this case…

Cody was shown sitting in the trainer’s room and sold his throat. Adam Pearce checked on Cody, who said he would be fine. Seth Rollins entered the room and looked at Cody. Rollins patted Cody on his knee and then left without saying a word…

A brief video spotlighted the women’s Elimination Chamber match…

Entrances for the battle royal took place. Shayna Baszler, Zoey Stark, and Raquel Rodriguez had televised entrances heading into the break. Cole said the returning Rodriguez had to be considered one of the favorites… [C] A sponsored ad recapped DIY saving R-Truth from a Judgment Day attack last week and then Cole hyped tonight’s eight-man tag match…

The majority of the entrants were in the ring coming out of the break. Zelina Vega, Chelsea Green, and Natalya’s entrances were televised.

2. The Last Chance Battle Royal for the final spot in the women’s Elimination Chamber match. The other entrants included Indi Hartwell, Candice LeRae, Ivy Nile, Tegan Nox, Alba Fyre, Michin, Katana Chance, Xia Li, Valhalla, B-Fab, Elektra Lopez, and Isla Dawn. Dupri was the first woman eliminated via Valhalla, who then Valhalla had a rough exit via Rodriguez, who also eliminated Li. Dawn and Fyre teamed up on Rodriguez, who eliminated Dawn. [C]

Nox saved Natalya from elimination and then tried to eliminate her, but Natalya reversed it and eliminated Nox. Cole reminded viewers that it was payback because Nox eliminated Natalya from the Royal Rumble. B-Fab was eliminated by Baszler and Stark. Lopez eliminated Vega, and then Michin eliminated Lopez. Vega and Lopez fought to the back. Green eliminated LeRae. Baszler eliminated Hartwell. Baszler eliminated Chance. Rodriguez ousted Fyre. Nile eliminated Natalya.

[Hour Two] Stark and Baszler teamed up to eliminate Nile. The final four (unless someone is hiding) were Baszler, Stark, Rodriguez, and Michin. Baszler and Stark performed a double clothesline to eliminate Michin. Rodriguez eliminated Baszler, who saved Stark from elimination briefly. Rodriguez ousted Starks. As Rodriguez was celebrating, Green emerged from hiding and tried to eliminate Rodriguez, who fought her off and eliminated her to officially win the match…

Raquel Rodriguez won the Last Chance Battle Royal in 14:00 to earn the final spot in the women’s Elimination Chamber match.

Powell’s POV: Rodriguez seemed like the heavy favorite once all of the introductions were complete. I like that Cole didn’t have to act surprised by her win and instead labeled her one of the favorites from the start. I was hoping for Jade Cargill, but it’s also good to see Rodriguez back from her medical leave. For those reading this report during the show, I tweaked the list of entrants in the match as the match was taking place, so it was a slightly different list than I had originally.

Jey Uso delivered a promo in the backstage area and said he would be the new Intercontinental Champion… An ad for Smackdown focused on The Rock joining The Bloodline and what it means for WWE, plus LA Knight vs. Drew McIntyre… [C] McAfee hyped Jelly Roll’s upcoming tour…

Cole sat at the broadcast table and interviewed Rhea Ripley and Nia Jax, who were in different rooms in the backstage area. Cole asked Ripley if she had butterflies heading into her homecoming. Ripley said she worked for this. She said the last time she competed there was seven years ago. She recalled not being comfortable in her own skin when she started with WWE and she tried to please everyone. Ripley said she wanted to quit and then reminded herself of who she was.

Jax mocked Ripley’s story by saying it was so cute. Jax said she’s twice Ripley’s size and has triple her talent. Jax said she would squash Ripley again and make her go home and cry to her own mother. Ripley said Jax will tremble when she hears everyone chanting for Mami. Ripley said Jax’s nightmares will become reality when she realizes that she’s just not good enough. Ripley said she would see Jax in Perth, then removed her microphone…

Cole gave a shot out to the folks from Netflix who were at the show. The group was seated in the two rows behind the broadcast team and then stood up and applauded…

Jackie Redmond set up her interview with R-Truth from earlier in the day. The footage aired of Redmond asking Truth about the first time he met Judgment Day. Footage aired while Truth said it was special, just like the first time that John Cena tried on a pair of jean shorts. Truth also spoke about how Damian Priest broke his heart. Truth said he hasn’t cried this much since the finale of “This Is Us” and made a reference to Tony Soprano. Redmond asked Truth if he would ever be able to let anyone in again. Truth said he had new friends in Shawn Michaels and Triple H (a shot aired of Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa and they were listed as “not” Michaels or Triple H). Truth made a heart with his hands and walked away to end the interview…

The male members of Judgment Day were shown getting ready for the eight-man tag match in their backstage clubhouse… [C] Cole spoke about TKO’s agreement to run three WWE and UFC events at Honda Center each year…

UFC fighter Michael Chandler was introduced by ring announcer Samantha Irvin. Chandler took the mic and played to the crowd. He stood on his chair and called out Connor McGregor… McAfee spoke about how he hopes the fight happens…

Powell’s POV: Chandler was well received by the live crowd.

Chad Gable and Ivar delivered brief promos about their match for later in the show…

R-Truth made his entrance wearing a rain poncho, which he wore through his earlier interview with Jackie Redmond. The entrances of The Miz and then DIY followed. McAfee said they should come to Anaheim every week. He spoke about how awesome the crowd was and said he didn’t know if it was because the Netflix or TKO people were present. The male members of Judgment Day made their entrance…

3. “The Judgment Day” Damian Priest, Finn Balor, Dominik Mysterio, and JD McDonagh vs. The Miz, R-Truth, Johnny Gargano, and Tommaso Ciampa. McDonagh and Miz started the match. The bell rang and then McDonagh kicked Miz. All of the other members ran in. The babyfaces cleared Judgment Day from the ring and then did a group crotch chop while yelling “suck it” heading into a break. [C]

Truth hit McDonagh with a Five Knuckle Shuffle. Truth hoisted up McDonagh for the Attitude Adjustment, but Priest tagged himself in. Truth punched Priest off the apron. McDonagh headbutted Truth, who ended up at ringside. Priest ran Truth into the ring post. [C]

Ciampa hit McDonagh with Willow’s Bell and then performed a corkscrew dive onto Priest on the floor. Dom jumped off the ring steps into a knee from Ciampa, who returned to the ring and was caught in an inside cradle by Balor for a two count. Ciampa came right back with a DDT and had Balor pinned, but it was broken up by McDonagh. Rapid fire spots time that led to six of the eight wrestlers being down and a “this is awesome” chant.

Priest and Truth tagged in. Truth put Priest down with a corkscrew dive and then did the splits. Truth splashed Priest in the corner. Priest went for a chokeslam, but Truth avoided it and hit him with a scissors kick. Truth punched Dom off the apron. An “R-Truth” chant broke out before he avoided a corner splash from Priest. Truth hit Priest with a Flatliner for a near fall.

The other six wrestlers returned. Miz, Ciampa, and Gargano cleared the three heels from the ring and dove onto them. Truth rolled Priest into a pin for another two count. Priest avoided an AA and then hit his South of Heaven chokeslam finisher and scored the pin.

“The Judgment Day” Damian Priest, Finn Balor, Dominik Mysterio, and JD McDonagh defeated The Miz, R-Truth, Johnny Gargano, and Tommaso Ciampa in 15:40.

The broadcast team recapped the match and McAfee used the telestrator again…

Powell’s POV: A crowd pleasing eight-man tag. The fans love R-Truth and were hot for his near falls.

The broadcast team spoke at ringside. Cole noted that Cody Rhodes’ loss earlier was his first via pinfall since WrestleMania 39… A video package recapped The Rock’s promo from Friday’s Smackdown… Cole hyped Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins appearing on The Grayson Waller Effect talkshow at Elimination Chamber…

Becky Lynch was shown walking through the backstage area. Cole said she would appear after the break… An ad for Tuesday’s NXT touted Lyra Valkyria vs. Shotzi for the NXT Women’s Championship, and The Wolf Dogs celebration after winning the NXT Tag Team Titles… [C] Cole promoted WWE World at WrestleMania week in Philadelphia…

Jackie Redmond interviewed Sami Zayn inside his locker room and asked him about The Bloodline interfering in the Cody Rhodes vs. Drew McIntyre match. Zayn said he had to hit the pause button on his feud with McIntyre. He said he knows how he gets when he gets focused on one person and he gets stuck. Zayn said he knows there’s still a path to WrestleMania, not just to go there but to do something historic. Zayn said he will be a champion…

Powell’s POV: My prediction continues to be that Zayn will challenge Gunther for the Intercontinental Championship. It fits the description of doing something historic and becoming a champion.

Becky Lynch made her entrance for an in-ring promo. A “Becky” chant broke out once her music stopped playing. Lynch said the crowd had been amazing. She said she was able to do some amazing things during her career and there’s not a lot of new things left for her. She pointed to the hat she was wearing and said that was new. She asked the fans if they liked it. The fans cheered and she said, “The hat stays.”

Lynch spoke about entering the Elimination Chamber match for the first time in her career and trying to earn the right to face Rhea Ripley at WrestleMania. “Or Nia Jax,” McAfee slipped in on commentary. Lynch said that she and Ripley will eventually collide and it will be the fight of their lives. She said they both live for what they do. She said Ripley is riding a wave of momentum, and added that she’s been propped up by Judgment Day. Lynch described herself as the biggest threat to Ripley’s championship.

[Hour Three] Lynch said she can confidently say that at his very moment, she is the best she has ever been. Lynch paused to let another “Becky” chant grow. Lynch said that on the flip side of her being the best she’s ever been, so is everyone else. Lynch said that when she enters the Chamber, it will be against five of the company’s most promising stars.

Lynch listed the other Chamber entrants by name. She said she doesn’t have anything against any of them, though Stratton is kind of annoying, she has beaten most of them, but never inside a cage built with steel and glass with a shot at WrestleMania hanging in the balance.

Liv Morgan made her entrance and said she was sorry to interrupt. Morgan said she was a big fan of Lynch’s hat, but she was not a fan of listening to Lynch explain why she should be the one to face Ripley at WrestleMania. Morgan entered the ring and said she doesn’t care who the best is, it’s about her revenge, her redemption, and her life.

Morgan recalled being tag team partners with Ripley. Morgan said she moved on and found great success with Raquel Rodriguez. Morgan recalled Ripley costing them those titles. She also blamed Ripley for injuring her shoulder a week later. Morgan reminded Lynch that she was the last person to beat Ripley.

Raquel Rodriguez made her entrance and said both women made good points, but they were all about Ripley. She brought up the possibility that Jax could beat Ripley. Rodriguez entered the ring and said she’s the only woman who is big enough and strong enough to face Ripley or Jax.

Naomi made her entrance. Lynch welcomed Naomi back “and to the tea party that we’re apparently having.” Naomi said, “Thank you, my Man,” and then entered the ring. Naomi said she didn’t come back just to come back. She said her has goals inside and outside the ring and this go around is big for her. She said she was there to climb her way to the top.

Tiffany Stratton’s entrance music interrupted Naomi. Stratton said it was Tiffy Time. Stratton said that while Naomi was out trying to make another name for herself, she left an empty space. Stratton said the only space she’s concerned with is being the center of this universe. Stratton entered the ring and said no one cares about the past and that’s all she sees when she looks at them.

Bianca Belair’s entrance music interrupted Stratton. Belair said Stratton might be new in WWE, which explains why she doesn’t seem to know what running her mouth will get her. Belair said she is the EST and has been at the tippy top for a very long time. Belair entered the ring and said she’s done something that none of her Chamber opponents have done, which is win a past Chamber match. Belair said she would pin them all if she has to because you can’t spell WrestleMania without EST.

Stratton said Belair is so last year. Belair responded and then Morgan started to address Stratton, who dropped her with a forearm to the face. A big brawl broke out. Nia Jax entered the ring and took out all of the Chamber entrants who were in the ring. Jax went to ringside where Morgan and Stratton were fighting and put them down. She returned to the ring and knocked Belair down and then dropped a leg on Rodriguez and then did the same to Morgan and Lynch…

Powell’s POV: A good segment. I figured it was the formula promo segment followed by a big brawl, but I didn’t see Jax coming out and destroying everyone. I love the monster build they have given Jax heading into her title match with Ripley.

Gunther delivered a backstage promo and spoke about how it’s the biggest night of Jey Uso’s career. Gunther boasted that he is the longest reigning and greatest Intercontinental Champion of all-time. He said he would make it clear that Jey doesn’t belong in the main event. “I’m afraid you’ll have to keep on dreaming,” Gunther closed…

Cole hyped the Intercontinental Title match as the main event and said Chad Gable vs. Ivar was up next… [C]

A subtitled Shinsuke Nakamura promo aired. Nakamura rebutted Sami Zayn’s promo and said true fighter don’t whine to everyone to get the spotlight. He said he would give Zayn one. Nakamura said that he will make sure Zayn remains an underdog by beating him and breaking him again. He said he would drag him to the very bottom so he can bask in everyone’s sympathy. Nakamura said he would show everyone that their contender is a pretender…

Boxer “King” Callum Walsh was shown in the crowd. McAfee said Walsh is 9-0 with seven wins by knockout…

4. Chad Gable vs. Ivar. Gable’s entrance was not televised and only a second or two of Ivar’s entrance was shown. Cole noted that both men agreed to have the match with no one at ringside. Gable sent Ivar to ringside and then dove from the top rope onto him. Gable charged Ivar, who dumped him into the timekeepers area. Gable climbed onto the barricade and was tripped up. Ivar powerbombed Gable onto the top of the barricade. [C]

Ivar performed a sit-out powerbomb for a two count. Ivar battled back and got the better of Gable at ringside by putting him down with a spin kick. Ivar threw Gable back inside the ring and then went up top and performed a seated senton splash for a near fall.

Ivar went up top and attempted his Doomsault, but Gable rolled out of the way. Gable performed a German suplex and then lowered the straps of his singlet. Gable went up top and hit a top rope moonsault for a near fall. Gable immediately put Ivar in the ankle lock. Ivar reached for the ropes. Gable pulled him to the middle of the ring and got the tap out win.

Chad Gable defeated Ivar in 6:30.

After the match, Otis, Maxxine Durpi, and Akira Tozawa ran out and celebrated with Gable…

Powell’s POV: They have been running the WWE 2K24 video game ratings for each wrestler during their matches. It’s normally a fine promotional idea, but it actually worked against them in this case. Not that it’s a big deal, but while it felt like a minor upset for Gable to win, but they actually had Gable listed with an 80 rating while Ivar had a 79 rating.

The broadcast team hyped the Elimination Chamber press event for Thursday night at 10CT/11ET on Peacock and WWE’s social media accounts. They ran through the lineup for Saturday’s event…

Drew McIntyre was interviewed by Cathy Kelley on the backstage set. McIntyre said Cody has been on the run of a lifetime for the last two years. McIntyre said only one person pinned Cody before tonight. McIntyre dubbed himself The Savior of WrestleMania. Kelley asked if the victory was tainted by The Bloodline’s interference. He immediately said no. He said people call him a hypocrite. He said he thinks big picture. He said he’s not selfish, he’s doing this for the world title, Raw, and the fans. McIntyre said he would win the Elimination Chamber match and go on to WrestleMania because he is the true workhorse of WWE and the future World Heavyweight Champion…

Cole hyped the Intercontinental Title match for after the break… [C]

Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods delivered a backstage promo. Woods said Jey Uso would win the Intercontinental Title. Woods said next week would be their turn. Kingston said Imperium tried to end his career. Woods said they’ve been targeted by Imperium for weeks. Kingston said it’s because they are the industry standard. Kingston said it’s not over until they say it’s over. Woods said they have a surprise for Imperium. Kingston said there would be no rules. Woods and Kingston picked up kendo sticks and said they would face Imperium in a street fight…

Cole hyped Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods vs. Ludwig Kaiser and Giovanni Vinci in a street fight, and Sami Zayn vs. Shinsuke Nakamura for next week’s Raw…

Pro bull rider John Crimber was shown in the crowd. McAfee said Crimber is the number three ranked bull rider in the world…

The tail end of Gunther’s entrance was shown and then Jey Uso’s full entrance was televised. McAfee stood on the broadcast table and pumped his arms along with the crowd. Gunther shot McAfee a look, causing McAfee to freeze for a moment. Cole joined in while seated and then said he just threw his shoulder out. Samantha Irvin delivered in-ring introductions for the championship match…

5. Gunther vs. Jey Uso for the Intercontinental Championship. Cole said Uso was trying to end Gunther’s 619-day reign as champion. Gunther pie-faced Jey, who slapped him across the face. Gunther dropped Jey with a big boot and then worked him over with chops. Gunther took Uso to ringside and was dominating him. [C]

Gunther continued to dominate and put Jey down with a clothesline that led to a two count. Gunther applied a Boston Crab until Jey reached the ropes to break the hold. Gunther charged Jey, who ducked, sending Gunther to ringside. Jey hit a suicide dive heading into the final break. [C]

Jey threw punches at Gunther, who then dropped him with a big chop. Gunther grabbed Jey’s arm and threw two more chops at him. Gunther grabbed Jey’s head and jawed at him. Jey knocked Gunther’s hands away and hit him, but Gunther hit him with a series of strikes. Gunther went for a powerbomb that Jey avoided. Jey speared Gunther and covered him for a two count.

Jey went up top, but Gunther cut him off and chopped him again. Gunther suplexed Jey from the middle rope. Gunther went up top and splashed Jey, which led to a two count. Gunther showed some frustration over not getting the pin. Cole could be seen standing behind the broadcast table while calling the match.

Gunther and Jey traded strikes and then Jey speared the champion. Gunther rolled to the apron. Jey followed and speared Gunther on the apron, causing Gunther to fall to the floor. Jey dropped down and speared Gunther on the floor, then looked right into the ringside camera for a second.

Jey rolled Gunther back inside the ring and performed another spear. Jey went up and splashed Gunther. The referee counted to two, but the bell rang. A hooded man was shown ringing the bell. The man removed his hood to reveal himself as Jimmy Uso.

Gunther went after a distracted Jey, who put him down with a superkick. Jey performed a suicide dive onto Jimmy and two security guards. Jey went up top and attempted another splash, but Gunther put his knees up and then pinned Jey for a three count.

Gunther defeated Jey Uso in 18:40 to retain the Intercontinental Championship.

After the match, Gunther rolled out of the ring and then Jimmy ran in and attacked Jey. Cole said Jimmy cost Jey the Universal Championship at SummerSlam and had now cost him the Intercontinental Title. Jimmy told Jey that he will always be his big brother. Jimmy went up top and performed a splash on Jey. Jimmy stuck his index finger in Jey’s face.

Highlights of the finish were shown and the referee appeared to stop his count just before the bell actually rang, but it was close. Back live, Jimmy performed another top rope splash on Jey and flashed a big grin. Cole called Jimmy despicable and said the civil war has erupted between the Brothers Uso…

Powell’s POV: A good main event with the expected interference from Jimmy. It was a logical move to set up Jey vs. Jimmy for WrestleMania. Jimmy needs all the heat he can get because he just hasn’t clicked in a big way. Overall, this was a strong show from start to finish. The opening match and the main event were both pay-per-view worthy in terms of quality with television finishes. I will be back later tonight with my weekly same night audio review of Raw for Dot Net Members (including our Patreon patrons). Let me know what you thought of the show by grading it below.

Join me for my live review of WWE Elimination Chamber on Saturday (or sleep in and my review will be waiting for you to follow along with).

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Readers Comments (11)

  1. Andrade was bust in WWE, then in AEW, and will again be a bust in WWE.

  2. Even though I *KNOW* better, I still mark out for R-Truth. GWFL!

    • He makes the ridiculousness seem real. It’s somehow easy to suspend disbelief with him no matter what he’s doing.

  3. For the record – according to Cage Match Rhea’s last match in Australia was a Riot City Wrestling (her home fed in Adelaide) Women’s title defence – she was champion at the time – against the now retired anti COVID everything Kellyanne. April 22, 2017.

  4. Pretty safe to say Sami Zayn will face and beat either Gunther or Logan Paul at Mania..

    • I’m down for either of those. In my dream world, Sami takes Gunther and Kevin takes Paul

      • I still think we get LA Knight and Logan Paul for the US belt so Sami and Gunther for the IC would work. I think this is the point where they put a belt on Knight and see how it goes.

        Not sure where Kevin fits in everything right now, but he could be the one instead of Knight for the US belt.

  5. The first 90 minutes and the last 25 were excellent, and most of the stuff in between was good enough. That’s the first time in a while that Raw didn’t seem like a slog to get through.

  6. The first 90 minutes and the last 25 were excellent, and most of the stuff in between was good enough. That’s the first time in a while that Raw didn’t seem like a slog to get through.

  7. Maybe a triple threat with Logan taking on Knight and Owens?

  8. Raw has been great since the summertime last year, but I really feel like its become the best show outside of NXT and TNA Impact during the week. It’s passed up Dynamite and SmackDown for me.

    That Anaheim crowd was amazing like the Day One crowd in San Diego. I was really disappointed by that horrible St. Louis crowd two weeks ago that created a library type environment sitting on their hands. St. Louis is usually a way better crowd. I expect that the Chicago crowd in a month on Raw before Mania will be very good.

    Raquel Rodriguez returning makes her a wild card to win the Chamber. I knew she was winning when she was announced. Now, I want to see if Raquel costs Liv a shot at Rhea now.

    Nia Jax is just a beast, they’ve built her up into one of the top heels in the company. It was amazing how she just took everybody out with no effort. LOL! POOR LIV!

    I love Jimmy Uso doing damage on the show tonight, I miss the Bloodline being on Raw.

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