TV Club: Monday Night Raw briefly remembers that it’s a wrestling show

It’s kind of strange that at the exact moment when WWE is more riddled with injuries than perhaps ever before, Monday Night Raw gets back to being a show that has actual wrestling throughout the night. Or maybe those injuries are just what the company needed. Maybe they realized they hadn’t built up any of their talent beyond the three or four top-tier guys of the last few years, that they hadn’t given a lot of them significant time to work out their stuff in the ring, and are now just throwing guys in there and seeing what sticks. That’s both good and bad, as this week’s Raw suffers from a lack of storytelling but also makes up for it by simply tossing out a lot of matches. There’s hardly a lengthy promo in sight, and that’s always a welcome change in pace …

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