It’s been a long time since I’ve written about WWE here on Electrified Porcupine. With my job and trying to get to various figures and collectibles, I’ve decided to just write about Pay Per Views, unless something amazing happens in the world of WWE in one week.
Last night’s PPV was thoroughly entertaining! That doesn’t mean there were a few odd booking decisions, but front to back, this is one show you should watch if you missed it and it was one of my favourite PPVs of the year! Here are the results and my thoughts on each match.
One paper, this year’s Hell in a Cell PPV seems like a pretty decent card but some of the build-ups have been lackluster and some of these matches we’re seeing for the third time or more. Hopefully we can get a clean slate after this show.
I’m back after not reporting too much on WWE the last few weeks. Besides the John Cena/Reigns shoot promo three weeks ago and a few other things I mentioned on my Facebook page, I didn’t get excited enough to write about either program.
SummerSlam (click HERE if you missed my thoughts on the show) had it’s ups and downs and usually the Raw and Smackdown after the show tends to be a bit of a reset for people on the roster and new story lines get started. For many wrestlers, it’s needed. Let’s see if WWE delivered.
This week seemed like an average week for WWE programming although we had three massive matches on both programs. We had ups and downs for both shows, surprises, and, of course, questions about why WWE Creative did what the did. Here’s my run-down!