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December 19

WWE Roadblock 2016 Results and Thoughts

WWE’s (and Raw’s) last PPV of the year gave us a few surprises/good moments, but basically this was a forgettable show.

October 31

WWE Hell in a Cell 2016 Results and Thoughts

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!

October 28

WWE Hell in a Cell 2016 Predictions

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 […]

September 26

WWE Clash of Champions 2016 Results and Thoughts

WWE’s Clash of Champions had some ups and downs last night, but it was an entertaining show overall. Here are the winners along with my thoughts on each match!

September 07

WWE Raw and Smackdown Live Thoughts – Sept 6 & 7, 2016

This week, I’m back to my regular career, so I probably won’t be able to post as much as I was in August. When Raw may not click with me and I don’t have much to say, I’ll blend both Raw & Smackdown Live thoughts like I’ve done once before already. Add the first Smackdown […]

August 22

WWE SummerSlam 2016 Results and Thoughts

My mind is still trying to process last night’s show.  From the illogical match placements that did nothing to keep the crowd invested throughout the show to some down right stupid book decisions, mixed in with matches that let the audience down, this year’s event just didn’t live up to expectations or to some of […]

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WWE Raw Thoughts – July 25, 2016

Man, oh, man! When WWE touts that things are going to change and there will be a “new era”or change in anything, I’m usually skeptical. The reason is they usually never follow through knowing that they’ll still have an audience who never questions the product. Last night, after one hell of a PPV in Battleground, […]

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