Tuesday, July 11, 2017

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After Great Balls of Fire proved that only one black Superstar deserves to be on a decent pay-per-view, we're back with another edition of Raw, following up a week where most of the black Superstars (who aren't named Titus or Apollo) actually got the wins (or the come-up) on their opponents.

Let's see how black folk fared on Raw this week.

Booker T said "contentionship"

You can't make this shit up. It also looks like Booker T's IRL brother/Harlem Heat tag team partner (and former nWo member) Stevie Ray was in the building...and crashed a Gallows and Anderson interview?



Again, you can't make this shit up.

Sasha Banks competed in the same match from last week



After winning her match against WWE Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss at Great Balls of Fire by COUNT OUT, Banks and Bayley teamed up once again to battle Bliss and Nia Jax in a tag match. This week, the seemingly-forgotten Bayley got the pin, but Sasha and Alexa's feud must continue, so they faced off. #shrug



R-Truth loses to Goldust



After getting the one-up on Goldust last week, R-Truth goes out like he did the week prior: by getting ran into the ringpost. It appears to be his kryptonite.

Cedric Alexander and Akira Tozawa defeat Noam Dar and Neville



This match is important because, including the referee, there were four people doing shit in this match (Cedric was actually wrestling, and Titus O'Neil AND Alicia Fox were ringside). It's 205 Live, though, so...at least Cedric got to show off his moves.



And yeah, that's about it. Highkey need the WWE to hire some more black Superstars, so these posts can be about more than the same like 5 or 6 people.

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