WWE Monday Night Raw Review (8/19/19)

Venue: Xcel Energy Center (St. Paul, MN.) -Dolph Ziggler’s been cutting basically the same  “It should have been me” promo since he returned to feud with Kofi Kingston. But the crowd still seems to be responding to it with the desired heel heat, so I guess if it ain’t broke… -I like Ziggler starting offContinue reading “WWE Monday Night Raw Review (8/19/19)”

WWE Monday Night Raw Review (8/12/19)

-Heel AJ Styles outclasses face Seth Rollins in charisma and energy on the mic. The “We can go together!” line to the fans from Seth was a little cheesy.  -No face turn for Samoa Joe tonight. That makes sense. If it’s going to happen it can come from Roman and him teaming up and Roman’sContinue reading “WWE Monday Night Raw Review (8/12/19)”

WWE Monday Night Raw Review (8/5/2019)

Venue:  PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, PA -Preview Tagline: Seth Rollins Contemplates His Next Move Before Summerslam. -Odd pairing of Becky Lynch and Charlotte in the opening tag team bout. I would have figured we would have gotten the face team of Lynch and Trish Stratus going against the heel team of Natalya and Charlotte. TheContinue reading “WWE Monday Night Raw Review (8/5/2019)”

WWE Raw (7/29/19): Notes and Analysis

Venue: Verizon Arena, North Little Rock, Arkansas -The 24/7 title opening segment probably would have worked better as a backstage promo between Drake Maverick and R-Truth instead of an actual match. Not sure why it needed to be a mixed tag match even though the women never tagged in, or why there were lumberjacks outContinue reading “WWE Raw (7/29/19): Notes and Analysis”

Wrestlemania 35 Predictions

Raw and Smackdown Women’s Championships Ronda Rousey vs. Charlotte vs. Becky Lynch The build to this match didn’t need to be nearly as convoluted as it turned out to be. The story seemed simple enough: Have Charlotte win the Smackdown Championship at TLC, then have Becky win the Royal Rumble and have her say sheContinue reading “Wrestlemania 35 Predictions”

WWE Fastlane Review

A few crowd-popping spots, especially a fantastic match-saving manuever to end an impromptu three-way for the WWE Championship, were the type of short but memorable moments that helped Fastlane overcome its wild seemingly on-the-fly booking. Mustafa Ali being inserted into the WWE title match, unannounced with no build, was the toughest position anyone was putContinue reading “WWE Fastlane Review”

WWE Fastlane Preview

Xavier Woods & Big E vs. Rusev & Nakamura Glad I opened twitter today or else I wouldn't have known that we have a match this Sunday https://t.co/VlqGQ8BxsI — Austin Creed – Off Season (@XavierWoodsPhD) March 8, 2019 That tweet about sums it up. Rey Mysterio vs. Andrade This is the best feud in wrestlingContinue reading “WWE Fastlane Preview”

WWE Elimination Chamber Review

Viewers of tonight’s WWE Elimination Chamber show devoted five seconds of their lives to watching the “which pod will it be, transference of light” shot between Jeff Hardy and Randy Orton in the main event of the evening. It’s easy to wonder about the necessity of such a shot considering Orton winning a gauntlet matchContinue reading “WWE Elimination Chamber Review”

WWE Elimination Chamber Preview

Here’s our preview of the seven matches set to take place at the 2019 edition of WWE’s Elimination Chamber in Houston, Texas. Cruiserweight Championship Match Buddy Murphy vs. Akira Tozawa Since winning the cruiserweight title from Cedric Alexander in his native Australia at WWE Super Showdown, Buddy Murphy has strung together stellar showings in hisContinue reading “WWE Elimination Chamber Preview”