What a weekend to be a part of WWEâ€™s once ignored universe.
WWE showed us that they can still put on an (almost â€“ thanks to John Cena and Ryback you can happily turn off the last thirty minutes of Payback and miss absolutely nothing) flawless PPV, and decided to ride the wave of momentum with an episode of Raw which symbolised the end of a number of decent storylines only to replace
Last week when I raved about the incredible Raw show WWE put on and how pumped I was to see what they would do with their ultimate crowd favourite, Daniel Bryan, I was truly expecting them to follow up that effort by leading into Payback with a bang.
Instead, my success at watching Raw on no more than four hours sleep since Sunday was a complete waste of time. The opening segment was,
â€œYes! Yes! Yes!â€
This weekâ€™s Raw ended with Ryback stood over the prone body of John Cena, but Monday night was about anything but the Three Stages of Hell match coming at Payback. It was the night Daniel Bryan showed the WWE Universe and, more importantly, Vince McMahon & Co. that he is the most over superstar WWE has right now.
Not only did Bryan steal the show,
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