Monday, December 21, 2020

RAW After Mania (April 2nd, 2012): Well... Here Comes The Pain

And so, my friends, we've come to the end. The last of the two-hour RAWs, as this would be the year where RAW would permanently bloat itself to THREE HOURS OF TEDIUM that continues to this very day. As I've stated in the past, this is as far as I was willing to go and given the sad state of the past couple entries, it's probably for the best.

For what it's worth, I actually enjoyed watching these RAW after Mania shows. It's neat to be able to go back and see what they were kicking off and reflecting on how badly they bungled things... case in point, today's show.

Show opens with a Rock promo (at least, it's the first thing I can recall from the show) and it's a pretty heartfelt promo for the most part; further proof than Dwayne can deliver the goods when he needs to  and even if not.


So John Cena cuts a promo nobody cares about and then out comes BROCK LESNAR.

And so in his first WWE PPV match in eight years, Brock Lesnar gets beat by John Cena... because of course, he does.

And this is where we end our journey and if there was one takeaway from all this, it's that

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