I didn’t do my weekly report on Raw and Smackdown last week because I thought both shows were boring and nothing really happened to progress anything. The pre-taped UK shows are always like that and they are just never must see TV. Advertisements
This week’s programs didn’t do much for me. I know WWE had this week and two more weeks until the Royal Rumble where I’m sure things will really pick up heading to WrestleMania, but there were a few interesting developments.
Three. Three f’n cage matches for last night’s Hell in a Cell PPV! How does one match top another? How can a match that’s supposed to be so brutal apply to three different feuds well? Did the participants use the cage to their advantage? Do I hate olive loaf!? Let’s find out!
I’m skipped my Raw and Smackdown Live thoughts this week as I knew I could tackle what was important with Raw in this column and Smackdown was the same program we’ve been watching for the last month and a half (except with James Ellsworth costing Ambrose a title shot and Orton supposedly joining the Wyatt […]
Let’s start off with the one positive for this week’s show: the show started off with a match that was about 25 minutes long. FANTASTIC! Roman Reigns gave Rusev his rematch after winning the US Championship (horribly) the night before at Clash of Champions.