If Bragging Rights is going to be a War Games: The Match Beyond type of show, that would mean 3 PPV's would be centered on forms of cage matches in a company following a no blood rule. Seems counter productive.
The good news is that at least they're back down to 12 PPVs per year for the first time since 2003.
About FRACKING time! I mean we survived the "EXCLUSIVE" brand extension PPV of Smackdown & Raw separately which to me was total over kill of content and diluted both rosters at those times. Plus, I feel sorry for the dedicated person shelling out $35, now $45, bucks a month for every PPV. I lack in dedciation right now but its only because of funds or I'd get every PPV. Plus working Sunday nights doesn't help.
I don't think there really is a Raw Six. The notion of the Smackdown Six was that they were six midcard guys who were constantly interchanged with one another every week in a multi-faceted feud that was ultimately just based on wrestling.