Since the WWE Brand Split Draft, those in charge of both Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live have been praised by the majority of the WWE Universe.
This week's episode of Monday Night Raw however, did little in creating many opportunities for viewers to praise the work of those whose job it is to provide exciting content for the show.
Despite Raw being seen as the more favourable show to many WWE fans following the draft, last night's edition lacked any real creativity or meaningful match.
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Put simply, WWE produced an episode of Raw which involved too much talking and not enough worthwhile in-ring action.
Whether it was a promo which was too long or too much backstage talk, the show failed to deliver any exciting angles wrestling-wise meaning that fans were left wondering why they tuned in.
It has become clear that one of WWE's biggest issues as strange as it may seem is the vast amount of talent it boasts across its now two rosters.
There was a lot of speculation ahead of the Brand Split that it would provide the ideal opportunity for the company to showcase the talent of its mid-card wrestlers who previously received little focus.
In contrast to this however, the fact there are too few titles for the wrestlers to compete for has instead resulted in feuds such as that between Titus O'Neil and Darren Young becoming uninteresting already.
Instead, fans must be patient as despite WWE producing such a poor episode of Raw this week, there is still a lot of time for mid-card feuds and matches to develop into something more memorable.
Ultimately, both those in charge of Monday Night Raw and members of the WWE Universe will be hoping that this week's episode was a minor blip in what will continue to be a successful product following the Brand Split.
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