Raw had its fair share of drama this week, with key storyline developments surrounding the Divas, Intercontinental and WWE Championships.
There were matches both rumored and confirmed for the upcoming Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, which certainly appears to be benefiting from the extended build time of five weeks since Night of Champions last month.
And with regards to the wrestling, I was made to eat my words after noting the rareness of a tie between the heels and faces this past week on SmackDown. Raw saw a 6-4 success for the bad guys, with a bumper card of ten matches in total.
But now for the week’s big talking points.
This article outlines the five most notable incidents from Raw, assessing their long term relevance for the WWE.