WWE Raw 7/18/22 POST Show | REWIND-A-RAW

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Wai Ting & John Siino review WWE Raw featuring MizTV with Logan Paul, Bianca Belair vs. Carmella for the Raw Women’s Championship, and very weird show-opening address from Titus O’Neil.

They also discuss Ric Flair’s announced opponents for his last match as well as the full card for the event.

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I agree that Titus sounded like: Remember, before something awful happens, we are a great company.

Yeah the entire Titus thing was weird and gross but not surprising. Probably more dirt is coming out

PR dissection… The WWE used Fitus because another rambling Vince promo would have read too right-wing justification, and likely what their exit data was on overall impressions after the last two. So, enter Titus, with a meandering left-of-center promo, undoubtedly used for that specific reason, to counter the Vince of the situation.

It’s such a ham-handed and hack strategy. McMahon and the WWE would have been much better served by strategic silence, more so than whatever the fuck it is they’re currently doing.

Was I the only one who noticed static towards the end of this podcast when listening to it?

Regardless, thanks again for the review so that I don’t have to worry catching this show.