A new day has dawned in the WWE Universe. The era of the Internet is officially upon us with last week's Las Vegas introduction of the WWE Network.
One day we might just discuss this move to cyberspace as a triumph of imagination, with the McMahon family rescuing us from our televisions the same way they once rescued wrestling from smoky bingo halls and National Guard Armories. Running 24 hours a day, with additional content on demand, it's a truly spectacular development—the best thing to happen to wrestling fans since the suplex.
But in the weeks before the network goes live, it's televisions' world—and WWE Raw is leading the way. The promotion attempted to heat up a lackluster John Cena vs. Randy Orton feud, and Daniel Bryan returned to the side of the angels.
Did either work? Not entirely. I break down both angles and every other segment on the card and give them a grade between A and F.
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