It’s that time of year again, and while our recaps may have been conspicuously absent, as I sleep like a normal person and Jess has an actual social life, I considered that I couldn’t, in all good conscience, miss out on the first women’s Money in the Bank contract match in WWE history. So, I’ve… Continue reading PPV Rehash: Money in the Bank 2017 – St Louis, Missouri
It’s that time of year again, where we’re dangerously close to WrestleMania, and we start to get the weird matches that are leading up to that. Let’s see what the predictions are for this Sunday!
Without further ado, the results of the Roadblock 2016 Network Special – it was a bumpy ride. First they said it would be two and a half hours, then lengthened that to three hours, but in the end it was two and a half, with actually very little time wasted. Quite impressive what they can… Continue reading Results: Roadblock 2016
Well, tonight we watch Dean Ambrose die for our sins. As my wife, who names all wrestlers after foodstuffs says, “Tonight, mashed potato is gonna get creamed.” Art, as always, by our own Sora. We’ve been told this is two and a half hours, and then we were told it would be three hours like a… Continue reading Rehash: Roadblock 2016
Things all looked peaceful on the road to WrestleMania, when all of a sudden – ROADBLOCK. We’re meant to believe this is in the form of Dean Ambrose showing up and daring to challenge Triple H for the heavyweight title, but I think it’s really that the writers have realised they have no set up… Continue reading Predictions: Roadblock 2016
Firstly, who’s saying that the main event needs saving? Well, Vince and co are working with a much smaller roster than they were originally planning for – no Rollins, no Cena, no Orton – and the cracks have been showing ever since Seth Rollins vacated the World Heavyweight Title in November. We had the tournament… Continue reading Mark My Words: How WWE can save the WrestleMania main event
I’m not sure that there’s anything new to say here. I’m not sure that there’s anything new to say, because it’s been a year – more than a year – and nothing has changed. Even my ability to enjoy being bitter about things on the internet is being tested. I guess we can start with:… Continue reading Kenji Explains It All: Fastlane 2016