Welcome back to this column. As always, we will review the most outstanding fighters and the best fight of this week. While Raw already started the one that promises to be a lively road to SummerSlam, SmackDown gave the final push to Battleground, its Sunday event.
Let’s see who staged this week in WWE:
This week Rusev enjoyed what could be his only small triumph in a time, considering that the propabilities of him to leave well of its rivalry with John Cena are few. The Bulgarian attacked the American patriot in the back and submitted him with his Accolade to be the one to close the segment waving the flag of his nation.
Who against Strowman? Just 8 days after receiving the full impact of a car crash, the Monster Among Men came back breaking into the stellar Monday Night Raw, where not only gave a new beating to Roman Reigns, but also attacked Samoa Joe, making it clear That they are not the only ones with sufficient merits to aspire to the Universal Championship.
1- Jason Jordan
WWE did not become a wrestling-only entertainment giant, but also with unique stories, and this week gave a taste of it when it revealed that Raw CEO Kurt Angle had an unrecognized son, none other than Jason Jordan . The SmackDown fighter joined the red cast and stepped through American Alpha, stepping into a story that could depend on his success or failure in the company.
Fight of the week
Both brands managed to give entertaining encounters this week, and although Raw showed the first chapter of what I hope is a long rivalry between The Hady Boyz and The Revival, this fight did not reach its potential as it did Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch on SmackDown. A typical encounter between two best friends who know each other well and know to respond to all their maneuvers, and in which the Irish managed to once overcome the Queen before the Fatal 5-Way Battleground.