In a sick and twisted way, injuries have probably played a good part in RAW handing out debut's to their developmental stars, who have undoubtedly made RAW more entertaining. I can honestly say I almost gave up on WWE giving Ambrose and Rollins a chance, but they have and in style. It's not just them though, we've seen Ryback, Reigns, Sandow, Cesaro and now Langston, this seems to be the future of the WWE and I'm pretty pumped for it. Would you say RAW is in a transitional period right now? With Punk and Cena on top, the spotlight still seems to be on the newer stars. Cena has taken a back seat as of late and isn't in major storylines, complete faith has been handed to Punk and Punk will be going head to head with Rocky at RR, that's something to definitely be excited for. Even though I despised RAW last night, WWE does seem in a better place than it has been in the last 2-3 years (apart from 3 hours*), would anyone else agree? *I know 3 hours will determine many people's answer, but I'm speaking directly about the content they're giving us.