WWE produce disappointing episode of Monday Night Raw

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Just when it seems WWE have got it right, the company produces an edition of its programming which reminds the WWE Universe why it has reason to be so critical.

Following the Night of Champions pay-per-view event earlier this month, followers of WWE welcomed the entertaining episode of Monday Night Raw which came the following night.

With certain outcomes and angles being questionable at the event, fans received a welcome change as several issues they had were solved the following evening on Raw.


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After this week's edition of Monday Night Raw, however, members of the WWE Universe have been left feeling disappointed to say the least.

Bad booking 

Firstly, the sooner WWE realises its options with Big Show are a lot more limited now than they used to be, the better.

Hyping his upcoming match with Brock Lesnar at Madison Square Garden is an obvious move, but not one which should have been pushed as it was during Raw this week.

Ultimately, this match is really only going to head one way and having Big Show face someone like Mark Henry in the build up to it, is only going to anger fans and prove what little chance the 43-year-old has against The Beast.

Elsewhere, when WWE played out Charlotte's new crowning as the WWE Diva's Champion as they did, it went down a storm with a whole host of fans.

With a fresh and exciting Women's Champion who is as impressive in the ring as Charlotte, you would be forgiven for thinking the company would be pushing her talent given her current position.

WWE however, decided to waste yet more valuable time with this division during Raw this week, by having Becky Lynch and Charlotte appear on Miz TV; simply wasteful.

The way WWE wasted its female talent was proven further after this segment broke out into a brawl between Team Bella and Becky Lynch, Charlotte and Paige.

Disappointing decision 

Following Paige's turn last week, the last thing WWE should have chosen to do was pair her up as if nothing had happened to reunite Team PCB once again.

As if the little amount of focus on the Divas during this episode was not ridiculous enough already, the match involved Paige walking off when Charlotte accidentally ran into her.

This for some strange reason caused Natalya to walk out, who thought she was able to replace Paige. A move which ultimately cost Team PCB the match as Nikki Bella covered a distracted Charlotte for the win.

Having made some form of positive progress later this year, it is disappointing to see that WWE can still be so wasteful with its talent.

Pushing someone who is sure to lose to Brock Lesnar and proving the lack of interest WWE's creative team has with the Divas Division is certainly not the way to go in order to please the WWE Universe. 

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