Former WWE star The Hurricane slams terrible Monday Night RAW on Twitter

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The WWE have been struggling badly in recent weeks and months and it doesn't seem like they're going to turn things around anytime soon.

With Daniel Bryan, Randy Orton, Seth Rollins, John Cena, Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker all currently out of action for one reason or another, the WWE is in short supply of any real main event caliber talent.

That has left mid-card talent like Roman Reigns, Sheamus, Dean Ambrose and others currently filling in on the top spots on WWE TV and things haven't been going well. Last night, they hit an all-time low.


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Awful RAW

Monday Night Raw was truly woeful last night, with Vince McMahon and the WWE creative team deciding that a 16-man, fatal four-way, tag team elimination match was a good way to spend the first hour or so of RAW. They also decided that it would be great for Roman Reigns to call Sheamus a 'Tater Tot' during a promo on the last segment of the show.

As you can imagine, this was asinine as it gets and RAW was absolutely slammed by fans on Twitter. In fact, it was so bad that even former WWE stars were commenting on how bad it was.

Slammed by a Hurricane

Shane Helms, who found success in WWE as 'The Hurricane' took to Twitter last night and absolutely destroyed the episode. The former Attitude Era star called the show as bad as WCW Thunder, which was cancelled in 2001.

RAW is awful right now and it will take something big to turn things around. Unfortunately, it seems that Vince McMahon doesn't care about the falling TV ratings or what the fans and critics are saying.

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