Honestly, this Monday's Raw was one of the worst I have ever seen. And I've been watching Raw since the first one.
The rating for the show was a 2.7. This isn't all that surprising as Monday Night Football generally destroys all in its path.
However, if the WWE continues to put out more mundane, inept and just plain horrible shows like the one they did on Monday, 2.7 is going to be a good day this time next year—NFL towering over the WWE, or not.
It's hard not to bury the WWE when they put out product like they do. Monday Night was a shining example of why it's so hard to say anything nice about them these days.
However, in what is sure to be a barrage of insults against the WWE in the coming week, that will barrel right on through what is sure to be a flaccid Night of Champions, I am going to go against the grain.
I am going to try, somehow, to dig deep and challenge myself to find 10, yes, you heard me correctly, ten whole things that the WWE is doing correctly with the product.
I believe that I would have better odds of successfully winging a brain operation, with no experience whatsoever, but, I slept at a Holiday Inn last night, so I can pretty much do anything.
Here we go.