With the Madison Square Garden televised house show out of the way, it is full steam ahead for WWE as they build to their Hell in a Cell Pay Per View. And because the main event for that show is Brock Lesnar vs The Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell match (and also because Raw ratings have fallen consistently for about a month straight), WWE made sure to promote the fact that Brock Lesnar’s “Go To Hell” tour would make a stop in Boston for Raw. What did he do when he got there? And what else of note happened on this week’s Raw? Well, if you really want to know, it’s a good thing we’ve got this handy list of things that you need to know about Raw last night.
10. Why Isn’t This Guy On Raw Again?
Ever since Vince McMahon made his odd “brass ring” comment and claimed that Cesaro was missing something that he needed to become a really big star, the Swiss Superman has been on a seeming mission to prove that he belongs in the main event. Between his incredible matches with John Cena and his intense feud with the also highly-talented Kevin Owens, Cesaro seemed to be riding a wave of postive momentum coming out of SummerSlam. And the fans seem to be getting behind him in the process, as a rising number of “Cesaro Section” signs have made their way into the hands of the Raw audience over the last few weeks. Then WWE decided to use Cesaro to make The Big Show looked good before his match with Brock Lesnar at MSG. And then they left Cesaro off Raw for the last two weeks, while making sure to co-opt the “Cesaro Section” movement and turn it into “Cena Section” signs, as evidenced last night on Raw. But look at this guy. How can anyone say he doesn’t connect with the fans? And can anyone blame him for being more than a little frustrated?