WWE RAW: Monday Night RAW every match card grade and rating in 2020, Check it out

WWE RAW Review and Grade of 2020: As mentioned in the post looking over the year that was on SmackDown, it was a challenging year for WWE. Monday Night Raw suffered through the same issues as the blue brand, with no fans in attendance for the majority of the year. SmackDown still managed to provide generally compelling television.

Did Raw do the same, at least according to our reviewers?

Jan. 7 (The third man): B-
Jan. 14 (Pick a fist fight): B
Jan. 21 (Promise Land): B
Jan. 28 (Grit): B
Feb. 4 (Determination): A-
Feb. 11 (The bite): B+
Feb. 18 (Holy war): C
Feb. 25 (Convert): B
Mar. 3 (The story): C+
Mar. 10 (Seeing clearly): D
Mar. 17 (C’mon, Byron!): C+
Mar. 24 (Boneyard): B
Mar. 31 (All talk): C-
April 7 (Too big for two nights): B+
April 14 (Resurrection): B
April 21 (Claymore kicks for all): B-
April 28 (The greater good): B-
May 5 (False idol): B
May 12 (The mom): B
May 19 (Talking dead): C+
May 26 (Eye for an eye): B-
June 2 (Holding out for a hero): B
June 9 (Talk less, Claymore): B
June 16 (This is your fault): B
June 23 (You think you know me): B
June 30 (A tale of two titles): C+
July 7 (The workhorses of WWE): B-
July 14 (Sacrifice): B
July 21 (Held in abeyance): B-
July 28 (Two Beltz Banks): B
Aug. 4 (Underground): B-
Aug. 11 (Evil man): B-
Aug. 18 (Foreshadowing): C+
Aug. 25 (The struggle): D+
Sept. 1 (Entitled): C
Sept. 8 (Revenge): C
Sept. 15 (RETRIBUTION is bad): C-
Sept. 22 (Disqualifications): C
Sept. 29 (Bad timing): C+
Oct. 6 (Lights out): B-
Oct. 13 (Let them in): C+
Oct. 20 (What the hell?): D+
Oct. 27 (Cautiously optimistic): B-
Nov. 3 (Pain): C
Nov. 10 (Can’t we all get along?): B
Nov. 17 (Bragging rights): B-
Nov. 24 (The Fiend never forgets): B+
Dec. 1 (Friends … for now): C+
Dec. 8 (Viper goes to sleep): C
Dec. 15 (Pop-up Fiend): C
Dec. 22 (A terrible show): D
Dec. 29 (Burning questions): B

The show was mostly mediocre with spurts of being good but never great. Then again, our review guys are positive folks who are never too harsh on the product with their grade. Hey, we’re still fans around here!