WWE had a clear goal with the most recent edition of Monday Night Raw, and that goal was to promote the upcoming event Tables Ladders and Chairs pay-per-view coming up on Dec. 13 in Boston.
From what I’ve seen, they got the job done, and WWE accomplished this by putting the proverbial rubber to the road on a number of storylines that will materialize at the final pay-per-view of 2015.
Some feel that the WWE didn’t do as good of a job building momentum into the final PPV event of the year.
The WWE planted seeds for numerous stories, and it did so by using a number of the same people in multiple segments throughout the night. While I will never complain about seeing The New Day in three segments, the show felt a little repetitive. Giving Sheamus a third entrance might have been a little much.
The main issue is that they’re limited in the talent pool due to a sizeable chunk of its active roster out nursing injuries and its biggest star, John Cena, is taking time off to film a reality television show. All we can do now is hope for the return of a few good stars from injuries and wait for Tables and Ladders event in Boston. Enjoy the video.