Wow. What a wild time we’re living in. The very thought that wrestling fans will be watching Wrestlemania unfold in front of no live audience in a small venue is scary when you think about it. Advertisements
Maybe it was the show, or maybe it as the company, but I enjoyed the show a lot more than I thought I would. On the other hand, it was way too long. In my 20s or teens, this is what I would dream about: seeing a long PPV instead of the dreaded 10:45 PM […]
I don’t know if I’m getting surlier as I get older or if I just reflect too much on what WWE SHOULD be doing instead of enjoying WHAT they’re doing but this year’s Wrestlemania is probably the least anticipated in my books in a long time.
I know, I know…I didn’t do my Raw/Smackdown thoughts last week. I didn’t do too much as I was getting over a really bad cold/flu. I was also not that impressed with both shows because they both focused way too much on the McMahons.
If you know me or have followed this site over the past few months it’s no surprise I’m a wrestling fan, although I may be more of a critic now who just wishes we were back to the Attitude Era of WWE or at least having some competent story lines and writing.
I should have gotten to this a lot sooner, but some times things come up. Anyway, I’m going to go over my hits and misses of both WrestleMania 32 and the Raw that happened the night after in Dallas. First, I’ll quickly discuss WrestleMania.
I’ve watched WWE for as long as I can remember. It’s my soap opera and besides the two years or so that I was a little bit away from it in my teenage years, it sucked me back in during the Attitude Era. The product, especially this year, has gone downhill -badly. The worst in […]