The Best And Worst Of WWE Raw 1/11/16: #RomanAll

Pro Wrestling Editor
01.12.16 55 Comments
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Previously on the Best and Worst of Raw: Roman Reigns had to face insurmountable odds as Mr. McMahon arranged a WWE World Heavyweight Championship match: Roman Reigns defending against Sheamus, with Mr. McMahon as special guest referee. In a moment that shocked everyone on Earth, Roman retained. This week, Mr. McMahon looks for retribution by making Roman Reigns face insurmountable odds. In more important news, Heath Slater has a posse.

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Please scroll through for the Best and Worst of WWE Raw for January 11, 2016.

Best: The McMahons Make Dolph Ziggler Feel Really Bad About Himself

This week’s show opened with the McMahon’s dancing into the ring — Stephanie McMahon dancing is still right ahead of “love” on the list of things that are great about the world — and setting up a “One vs. All” match. If you’re wondering what that is, it’s like that time John Cena and Randy Orton wrestled the entire Raw roster, but with Roman Reigns as both of them. It doesn’t turn out being anything like you’d imagine, but we’ll get there.

Like most Raw openings, it felt like an okay idea transformed into a slow-burning garbage fire. Vince and Stephanie seemed like they were making up their dialogue as they want along, which they probably were. If you’re gonna go tandem on a booty statement, figure out what you’re gonna say before you do it. That noted, I want to stay positive and point out a few of the things I liked about it, including:

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