I think I got too used to WWE having Pay Per Views (or big events on the WWE network) every two weeks due to the brand split. While it seemed like overkill to many, it was a treat for me and I really looked forward to them. After WrestleMania, we also had a bunch of […]
What was a pretty decent card on paper slowly went downhill after the amazing first match due to some pretty stupid booking during matches. I also can’t believe that no heels won their matches (if you don’t count the kick-off show match). What does that say about WWE building characters, threats, and story lines?
Here we are, just under a month from the Royal Rumble and not too much has really happened in WWE programming except for building towards matches on this PPV and the following Smackdown one in a few weeks, Fastlane.
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.
Last’s night’s show looked really good on paper and for most of it, I enjoyed it. I was on with my predictions, too. Besides one of the title changes, the two winners I predicted were more from the heart rather than what I knew WWE’s book probably would be, but it was nice to dream. […]
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.