For me it has always been Raw and even though SmackDown has been pretty good the past two episodes, I still give the edge to Raw. I like that Raw is live and there are just too many big names on Raw for me to pass on it. Plus it has my hero, The Miz. :flip
I like RAW better at the moment, although Smackdown has been pretty great the past two weeks.
RAWs mostly a little more interesting. They have Miz as champion...I don't much like him but at least he's something a little bit new, Morrison's getting a push, you have a new Nexus angle etc. I do think RAW was better a month or so ago though and it's kind of starting to go downhill, especially if they push an Orton/Miz feud for much longer but still, it's the more entertaining programme to me at the moment.
Smackdown however have started to mix things up. If this past episode is anything to go by, Smackdown could once again actually be entertaining. You have something fresh with Ziggler in the title feud right now whichi s great to see, Del Rio still getting pushed, the Nexus reforming on Smackdown etc. So hopefully they continue on this path..
Raw has CM Punk and had the Nexus, thus I'm going with that. Although, for some reason I got the urge to watch SD today, knowing as Barrett's in SD now and by god I liked it. Definetly going to catch next week aswell, I like where this Nexus reunion is going.
There's no doubt that Raw owned Smackdown in 2010, but with the flipping of the calendar year, for two weeks Smackdown has been head and shoulders above Raw. Raw hasn't even been bad, per se, but a wee bit lame compared to Smackdown the last couple of weeks. Will be very interesting to see what happens with both shows during The Road to Wrestlemania period of time.
Like previously stated in 2010 Raw easily had a better year, but from these two weeks on SmackDown. It seems like the shoe may be on the other foot for 2011. Lately though I've been enjoying a lot things on SmackDown. Barrett's jump, McIntyre trying to get with Kelly, Cody Rhodes and the Del Rio/Mysterio feud. If they don't move Del Rio over to Raw, I see SmackDown having a very solid 2011. Raw well we will have to see where it goes from here.
In my opinion, Raw was winning by a long shot for a very long time. But, since Ziggler's rise to the main event spotlight and the debut of Barrett and his new group on Smackdown, I think Smackdown has taken the lead now.
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