AVClub: WWE had a lot going for it heading into this week’s Raw. The return of Seth Rollins at Extreme Rules and the qualifying matchups for the Money In The Bank ladder match gave last week’s Raw a sense of purpose, and with John Cena set to make his return on Memorial Day, things were looking up. Plus, WWE had just announced that Smackdown was moving to Tuesday nights in July, where it would be airing live and consist of its own unique roster and storylines, bringing back the brand split, or “brand extension” in WWE parlance. All of that should mean that this week’s Raw delivers. Sadly, that’s not the case. Maybe it was the looming presence of big NBA and NHL games, or something else entirely, but tonight’s Raw is easily the worst of the year, and the worst we’ve seen in a long, long time.