WWE RAW Review: Cena Bombs, Terrible Mid-Card Booking, Did Heyman Go Too Far?

Quick Hits

-As much as I didn't want to see Show, Orton, and Sheamus fight 3MB again, it was smart to give Big Show the finish. He needed to get some fan support before Sunday.

-It will be interesting to see where the tag team division goes after April 7th. There are numerous teams that could gain traction, and with WM29 over, there will be more airtime to make these copper belts appealing again.

-The Ryback vs. Mark Henry match may not be the best, but if booked right, Ryback can land a huge spot and earn a position in the main event scene post-Mania.

-Dolph Ziggler better cash in at WrestleMania, because neither Jack Swagger nor Alberto Del Rio can make the WHC a relevant title.

-The Intercontinental Title being defended on the pre-show of WM29 is an embarrassment to everything that belt stands for. Very disappointing.

-I firmly believe that if given enough time, Chris Jericho vs. Fandango could be the best wrestling match this Sunday.

-Steve Austin told Cameron that she would never make it in the WWE on Tough Enough… This may be the first time Stone Cold was wrong about anything in the wrestling business.

-This Sunday, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, Johnny Curtis, Ryback, and Big E Langston all make their WrestleMania debuts. Props to NXT for cultivating the next wave of WWE superstars.

Overall, RAW was appropriate for a go-home WrestleMania episode. There was a bit too much talking for my taste, but the WWE needed to make sure every last word was said before WrestleMania. The time for talking is over… This Sunday everything gets settled.

That's all for me ladies and gentleman, thanks so much for reading. Please let me know what you think about last night's RAW!

Tweet me your questions and comments at @MikeSouzaJT. Have a great week, and enjoy WrestleMania!

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