The return of Goldberg, Last man standing match and more.
The first Monday Night Raw of 2017 is just hours away. To be frank, 2016 wasn’t the best year for the red brand. The three-hour format and half-baked storylines had been causing problems and the brand split did not help either. The crisp content that SmackDown delivered, proved to be more attractive for fans despite Raw having a stacked roster.
The most recent setback for Raw came this past week when SmackDown Live got the better television ratings. Raw needs to bounce back from this and they do have some good resources that could be put to use this Monday Night. In this preview, we take a look at some of the segments that WWE could pull off.