The Best And Worst Of WWE Raw 3/16/15: Architectural Mishaps

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Please click through for the Best and Worst of WWE Raw for March 16, 2015.

Worst: Where’s The Drama In Any Of This If Everybody’s Fine?

This is the easiest-to-book feud ever.

Okay, so Seth Rollins Curb Stomped Randy Orton out of the Authority. Orton returned at Fast Lane and started throwing unlimited specials to send Rollins fleeing into the parking lot. At that point he realized he was never going to be able to get his revenge without The Authority descending upon him en masse, so he pretended to make nice and “create separation” until he could get Rollins alone. That happened at the end of last week’s episode, which culminated in a somber, 10-minute Orton-on-Rollins beatdown.