AVClub: Every single week, Monday Night Raw sets out to tell a story. In fact, it sets out to tell a whole bunch of stories at once. Despite its unique position as “sports entertainment,” Raw itself is ultimately a TV show, and therefore operates on an episodic basis. Storylines need to be created, fostered, and then followed through with. It’s why Roman Reigns winning the title at Wrestlemania ultimately made sense: it was the logical end to that story. Sometimes WWE forgets it’s telling a story though, and that leaves everything feeling disjointed and pointless. Tonight’s Raw is the best Raw in ages, hands down. There may have been better and more memorable matches or segments in the last few months, but from top to bottom, tonight’s Raw is near-perfect in its storytelling execution.