TV Club: The focus is all wrong on Monday Night Raw

At this point in the brand split, the problems with Monday Night Raw are well known. We’ve all sat here week after week hoping for some sort of spark, for WWE to give us something to latch on to that says, “hey, we know this has been rough ever since we split up the rosters, but trust us, we’ve got this.” There have been some of those moments, but they’ve either been fleeting, like Kevin Owens winning the Universal Championship, or largely isolated from the main roster stories, like with last week’s intense return of Goldberg. Those are moments that are, without a doubt, memorable. So, Raw has some of those big moments that are necessary to pro wrestling, but as they say, the devil’s in the details, and at this point it’s clear that Raw is struggling to define not only what makes …

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