AVClub: If you came into WWE’s go-home Raw hoping for compelling wrestling matches, you’d be sorely disappointed by what you saw. Across the first two hours of the show there’s technically four matches, but only one of them is given any time and the other three run the gamut from squash to quick roll-up finish. That first hour kind of defines most of the night, which isn’t too interested in delivering the fresh matchups that supposedly define the “new era” of WWE. To write off the whole show would be misguided though. While this week’s Raw is certainly light on great wrestling, it’s heavy on solid sports entertainment. Mixed in with a few good matches are fun comedy segments, good in-ring promos, and multiple interactions that contain layers and depth. For the first time in I don’t know how long, there’s a lot to love in the little details of Monday Night Raw.