TV Club: WWE Monday Night Raw: May 4, 2015

Since Wrestlemania 31, WWE Monday Night Raw has been going through a weird transitional period, one where the storytelling, both contained within the matches and on a much larger, show-to-show scale, has been lackluster to say the least. The momentum that Wrestlemania 31 built by crowning Seth Rollins, the kayfabe and shoot future of the WWE, has been all but wasted in the time since then because of bad booking and inert storylines. That stagnant feeling is mostly due to the fact that the WWE remains dead set on using The Authority, and specifically Kane and Big Show, as foils to the babyfaces on the roster. With that said though, I’d suggest that the underwhelming nature of so many Monday Night Raw’s lately also has a lot to do with the fact that the WWE is moving from established to new talent. It’s been jarring (but not …

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