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.
If I was someone attending this event and paid even $50 for it, I would have left the arena thinking it may have been worth it for the last match of the night. For those that paid more than that, I feel sorry for you wasting your money.
Holy crap….was this a regular Raw show without commercials and a special attraction or was this supposed to be a PPV hyping the “road to Wrestlemania?” This show, besides two matches and some of the action in the ring, was a disappointment and full of lazy, lazy booking/storytelling.
There’s yet another PPV on Sunday and it’s the Raw brand’s last of the year. After the well-received (and one of my favourite PPVs of the year) TLC PPV, this one has a lot to live up to. Unfortunately, WWE will really have to pull some magic out of their hats here as, except for […]
I don’t know if the build-up for the matches have been blah, the character development nil, or that I just don’t have interest in seeing some of these matches but this PPV event, the first just featuring the WWE Raw roster, just doesn’t seem like a do not miss event.