By Greg Lowenthal
Hey guys, so here's the lowdown for this week.
Things haven't exactly been that great for me personally but I'll give you all a bit of a review this week for Raw, SmackDown and Impact Wrestling. So here's Impact Wrestling first.
I'm disappointed in the direction Impact Wrestling is taken. It seems the talent management at Spike TV has taken notice of the whole "Authority versus Daniel Bryan" angle and have done their own version with MVP, Kenny King and Bobby Lashley versus the current TNA World Champion Eric Young. This is NOT the direction they need to take. They need to amp it up through some kind of Battle Royal match rather than this stupid angle that doesn't seem to interest me at all as a devout wrestling fan.
Raw and Smackdown are going to be combined for this week's review since BOTH took place in England. I'm giving them both a B+ overall with a few highlights.
I'd like to start off this review of both programs by saying the storyline between the Wyatts and Cena is getting weak in my opinion. It's getting stale and disappointing. Payback, the next WWE PPV BETTER provide some exciting matches or this storyline will not end well for anyone involved.
What really excited me on SmackDown was the debut of Bo Dallas. He's had lots of success over on NXT and if he does well on the big stages of Raw and SmackDown, then he has LOTS of potential that could be immediately be seen by those around him. I wasn't too excited with Raw but SmackDown seems to have proven just how much better is it getting in terms of quality.
Adam Rose, a relatively new character in the WWE has yet to make an in-ring debut. WWE needs to start getting him involved in matches in order to improve his character and to really win over the fans. So, if that does in fact happen, it will improve his standings.
Lastly, Payback appears to have a all star card set up for what should be one epic of a pay-per-view.
That's the Lowdown for this week, enjoy.