Well it looks like Raw is finally getting its act together. Well, kind of. For this week anyway. We'll have to wait and see how the next few months play out, but the Hell In A Cell PPV as well as this Monday's special Halloween broadcast of Raw were quite stellar. This week, we witnessed three Hell In A Cell matches, and some very rich history being made as two women battled it out in the main event of a WWE PPV for the very first time.
The blue brand on the other hand didn't do so hot. Although the storytelling aspect was strong as usual, most of the in-ring action was horribly forgettable. So did Raw finally outdo SmackDown Live this week? Lets find out as we bring to you the 5 best and 5 worst moments this week in World Wrestling Entertainment.
5. WORST - Cruiserweight Division Needs Fixing ASAP
At the Hell In A Cell kickoff, six cruiserweights competed in a Six-Man Tag Team match and succeeded in getting the crowd going. The next night on Monday Night Raw, six cruiserweights competed in another Six-Man Tag Team match. Yes, both matches delivered breathtaking action as usual but both matches were still utterly meaningless. WWE needs to do something fast with the division like I don't know, maybe start telling a story? Rich Swann and Cedric Alexander are constantly winning matches. Now what?