RAR 4/29/19: 500,000 Dollar Shave Club, MITB participants, Beret Wyatt

Originally published at https://www.postwrestling.com/2019/04/30/rar-4-29-19-500000-dollar-shave-club-mitb-participants-beret-wyatt/


John Pollock and Wai Ting review WWE Raw from Lexington, Kentucky.

The mysterious Superstar Shakeup continued with more roster moves reflected on the show, the Raw participants for both Money in the Bank Ladder matches were announced, Seth Rollins and AJ Styles had a contract signing for their upcoming Universal title match, the return of the Firefly Fun House, Shane McMahon chokes The Miz unconscious, and The Revival are caught shaving.


  • The WWE adds a pay-per-view titled Stomping Grounds for June 23rd in Tacoma, Washington
  • Kento Miyahara wins the Champion Carnival tournament after a classic with Jake Lee
  • Cody’s promo on Road to Double or Nothing responding to Dustin Rhodes
  • Impact Wrestling notes with an update on Brian Cage, Slammiversary location, Impact Plus & notes from Monday’s television tapings
  • Best Friends added to the Over the Budget Battle Royale

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This Raw was wrestling at its worst.

The show was so uneventful it was just boring. It couldn’t even be terrible and therefore discussion worthy. WWE delivered almost nothing interesting in terms of story or character development. Even Sami who is performing his stuff very well felt stale with yet another week and no progress towards a feud.

Bray gets a pass here given the new concept but even then if you stretch this fun house show to 4+ weeks and still haven’t transitioned to anything related to wrestling then people will tune out interest wise big time.

I’m glad I don’t watch the show because even my 20 minutes of youtube recap was dull. Here’s hoping this was just an off week and we go back to some solid shows.


1.8 million third hour, scary bad