HUGE This annual PPV usually features various matches with tables, ladders, and/or chairs and one match that features all three. This year, we’re get only one match featuring tables, ladders, and chairs and it’s not one that I have a lot of interest in.
I’m not doing a whole Raw/Smackdown Live reflection this week as I can tie Raw‘s “go home show” with my predictions and state a few quick notes on Smackdown Live before I go into what I think will happen this Sunday at Great Balls of Fire.
Both Raw and Smackdown launched some new feuds or added to the heat this week to ones that were teased or are recent. I found both shows to be a really good reset after the Payback PPV and heading into the next Smackdown PPV, Backlash in less than two weeks.
I’m skipping my usual Raw/Smackdown thoughts feature this week as Raw was complete filler and Smackdown wasn’t too much better. I feel WWE has been treading water to get to this PPV just so they can really get down to the brand extension stories.
We’re less than two weeks away from the Royal Rumble and besides hyping the Rumble match on Raw, I really didn’t come away from the show with any more interest than I already had. Same goes for Smackdown. Here’s what resonated with me this week.
I’m a bit later than usual with my thoughts on a PPV – especially this one where in my predictions piece I stated it looked like a really solid card. I wasn’t wrong as this was one of the best WWE PPVs of the year! Looking after a sick toddler was the priority and gave […]