This used to be huge, better than Mania in many respects.
RAW had a lot of work to do after a very mixed affair the night before.
In non-chronological order -
The main event Diva division. Does this need explaining?
The New Day. Perhaps passable as heels, no chance currently.
The fans who think Lucha Dragons are cutting edge. Watch Lucha Underground, AAA, Dragon Gate.
3 vastly superior showcases.
Constant replays that we'll see on Smackdown anyway.
Use of The Ascension. At least they're not being laughed at but badly used still.
Lucha Dragons. OK, but still too reliant on opponents strength to deliver moves which makes it hard to suspend disbelief, a problem carried over from NXT.
Sheamus as heel.
J+J Security, comedy gold.
JBL, best WWE commentator.
Rollins nailing the weasly heel champ character.
Cena being a heel. Listen to what the guy says. He plays an oblivious heel character and is still a huge merch seller/fan favourite.
Brock going rogue.
Debut of Adrian Neville.
Paul Heyman delivering another compelling performance. We're privileged to see this man at the height of his powers.
All in all another patchy offering. Some storylines advanced, notable debuts but the status quo retained in many respects.
WWE needs to raise it's game moving towards Extreme Rules.
RAW was also notable for the multiple "Luchadore" and "Lucha" references from the commentators during the Lucha Dragons match.
Are WWE wary of the challenge from Lucha Underground? It seems so.
Until the next time...at ease.