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    • For me it very much does as the recent events have shown while WWE doesn’t necessarily need a live crowd to produce a good show with Mania 36 being a good example even there a few notable matches would have been much better enjoyment wise with a live crowd matches such as Edge vs Orton and Drew vs Brock come to mind and I’ve always been a believer of the crowd being the most important aspect of wrestling for many reasons. 
    • @Prince You wanted to know that does crowd affects your viewing experience. Your wish has been granted..
    • 6 Major points that happened on the RAW After WrestleMania John Morrison defeated Finn Balor to win the Intercontinental Championship  Viking Raiders debuted on the main show defeating AOP  Bianca Belair debuted on RAW challenging Becky Lynch for the Women’s Championship but lost. Shayna Baszler attacked Becky after the match  AJ Styles and Alesiter Blacks War is not finished yet  Edge Emotional promo officially back and can put HHH behind him  Drew McIntyre defeated The ATGMBR winner Kane in the main event but then after the match General Manger Kurt Angle returned to TV and Angle Slammed McIntyre 
    • WWE '17 The Network Era Monday Night Raw: April 24th, 2017 - Live from the Sprint Center, in Kansas City, Missouri The theme music of Monday Night Raw blasts through the arena as we are welcomed to the flagship show of the WWE, just 6 days away from Raw's first exclusive pay-per-view after WrestleMania, entitled Payback. Tonight is the go-home show, as we're welcomed to the show by Michael Cole, Corey Graves, and Dio Madden, who serves as a stand-in for Bryon Saxton this week. They hype up the appearance of the Universal Champion, Brock Lesnar, as Lesnar vs. Styles contract signing happens... TONIGHT! Dean Ambrose calls out Braun Strowman Dean Ambrose would open the show, coming through the ramp as he would grab a microphone, telling them to "cut that shit off", as he says he's not out here to waste time. He said there's no point in waiting till this Sunday, Braun, and that if Braun Strowman is gonna put his head on a stake, he can do it right now. Braun Strowman would shortly come out, and the two would get at it! Ambrose and Strowman would brawl all over the arena, lighting each other up with chairs and anything they can find. Eventually, they find their way to the backstage area, where Strowman would just biel throw Ambrose through a table! Ambrose would find a trash-can lid, and hit Strowman on the head with it, as The Monster Among Men was stunned. Following it up, Ambrose would rain down punches and attempt a Dirty Deeds on the trash can lid, but security would break the two men up before doing so. Stephanie McMahon, enraged with the two superstars, would say that if they want a fight, they got a fight and would make their match at Payback... HARDCORE! Anything goes, you can be pinned anywhere and we all know these two will slug it out this Sunday, as Monday Night Raw opens with a bang! #1 Contender's Match - United States Championship Tye Dillinger vs. Mojo Rawley United States Champion Kevin Owens would be on commentary for this match and would be asked by Dio Madden why he didn't defend last week against Tye Dillinger. Owens would respond that Dillinger needs to earn a title match, which Dillinger wouild do in this match. In the end, Mojo Rawley would go for his corner punch to the face, but Tye Dillinger would roll out of the way, nailing a huge Thrust Kick to the chin of Rawley, before following it up with a Tye-Breaker (Kamigoye), and pinning Rawley! Owens, as Dillinger stared him down from the ring, would be enraged as he picked up his title and scurried off, a title defense against The Perfect 10 just 6 days away. Austin Aries is All In on the Cruiserweights A video package highlighting Austin Aries would play, as the established veteran in the business would be shown hitting his signature Brainbuster and Last Chancery. The video package would end with Austin Aries sitting in an office, rewatching himself vs. Neville at WrestleMania 33 for the Cruiserweight Championship. He would say that this is now his time, with Neville on SmackDown. He vows to become Cruiserweight Champion, and if he doesn't... He doesn't know what he will do. Seth Rollins vs. Jinder Mahal Seth Rollins and Jinder Mahal would square off, with this serving as a warm-up for what will await Seth Rollins at Payback, Samoa Joe. Jinder Mahal would use his power early on, but Seth Rollins would weather the storm, before using a Ripcord Knee Strike to put Jinder Mahal down. Samoa Joe would appear on the outside, stalking Rollins. Rollins, ever the fighter, would dare Joe to come into the ring, but Samoa Joe would just smirk, stalking Rollins like a lion stalking his prey. Eventually, The Samoan Submission Machine would walk off, playing games with Seth as the segment would come to a close. Mickie James promises to walk out of Payback with the Raw Women's Championship: Mickie James would make her entrance, walking down to the ring to cheers from the crowd as she grabbed a microphone. She said she came back to WWE to be a champion, even though she came back to help Alexa Bliss, it's been the goal of being a champion. She hypes up Charlotte Flair as possibly the greatest women's wrestler ever, before cutting an impassioned message about how this may be her last ride, her last title shot and she's gonna make the most of it and win the Raw Women's Championship. Mickie James would drop the microphone, walking out of the ring and up the ramp as the commentary team would hype up the clash of Flair vs. Mickie, a battle of generations. Kevin Owens is asked about the Perfect Ten: Kayla Braxton would find Kevin Owens backstage, about to leave the arena. Owens would be asked about the impending challenge of his United States Championship match with Tye Dillinger at Payback, and Owens would respond that Tye Dillinger has been propelled to heights by fans, and that he has no natural skill, or ability whatsoever. Owens promised to make the Perfect 10, the broken 10 as he walked off, getting into his car and leaving. Will the Face of America be able to fend off the challenge of Perfect 10? Nia Jax & Charlotte Flair vs. Ember Moon & Bayley A tag team bout between Raw Women's Champion Charlotte Flair & Nia Jax, versus the newest addition to Raw, Ember Moon, and the former Raw Women's Champion, Bayley. Midway through the match, the referee would go down, and Natalya would come down to the ring and suddenly attack Ember Moon! Natalya would lock Ember in the Sharpshooter on the outside, as the referee was down! With Bayley left in a two-on-one, Charlotte Flair and Nia Jax would make quick work of Bayley with a Big Boot followed by a Top-Rope Splash from Nia Jax! Charlotte Flair & Nia Jax would stare down after the match, signalling a future collison as this Sunday, Nia Jax will get Bayley again, one-on-one, while Charlotte Flair defends her title against Mickie James. Stephanie McMahon promises a new Raw General Manager will be announced next week: Stephanie McMahon would be backstage, as she promised that next week, live on Monday Night Raw, she will officially reveal the new general manager of Monday Night Raw after last month when Mick Foley was fired by Triple H and herself as GM. She ends it with a smile, as we're turned back to the ring. Jeff Hardy vs. Xavier Woods Jeff Hardy & Xavier Woods would clash before The Hardyz defend their tag team championships against Big E & Kofi Kingston this Sunday. The two would show insane ability, having an excellent match filled with high-flying moves, as Xavier Woods pulled out all the stops. In the end, Jeff Hardy's experience helps him, as he plays possum to Woods before nailing a Twist of Fate and then go up to the top rope, before diving onto him with a Swanton Bomb! 1... 2... 3! Jeff Hardy wins! After the match, Jeff Hardy would shake hands with Xavier Woods, showing his respect to one third of the New Day just days away from a clash with them. AJ Styles vs. Brock Lesnar Contract Signing The last segment of the evening would be the Universal Championship Contract Signing, between 'The Phenomenal One', AJ Styles, versus 'The Beast', Brock Lesnar. The two men would make their entrances, as Heyman and Styles traded verbal shots, before the two men would sign the contract, facing off, before Lesnar would shove AJ Styles! AJ Styles would remove his shirt, as would Brock, as Styles would go for a right hand, but Lesnar would duck and knock Styles down with a brutal clothesline! Lesnar would hold up the Universal Championship, before throwing it to Heyman on the outside. As AJ Styles recovered, the veteran would nail a Pele Kick on Lesnar, stunning him! AJ Styles would get to his feet, his opportunity opening, as he ran at Lesnar, before Lesnar would scoop him up on his shoulders before nailing an F5 through the table with the contract in it! Despite Lesnar taking one of Styles' most devastating moves, he just shook it off and nailed Styles with an F5!  Lesnar and Heyman would make it up the ramp, as Lesnar held up the Universal Championship as Styles laid in the wreckage of the table and contract, as Monday Night Raw came to a close.    

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