There are only four matches announced for the latest show in WWE’s overly-cliched “Road to WrestleMania” tour, but that’s okay. It could still be more than enough to make Andy angry.
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All we really want to know is whether AJ Styles is going to debut, or we’re going to have to wait.
The absence of guys like John Cena and Randy Orton has some WWE fans calling for main events, featuring the stars of yesterday. But that’d be a huge mistake; a missed opportunity at building new stars in favor of recycled nostalgia.
Here’s a card that makes the most of the roster, highlights fresh faces, and invests in the future of the WWE.
Andy has never been a big AJ Styles fan. That said, AJ has spent the last year or two having classic match after classic match. With Styles on his way to WWE, Andy’s excited for a series of potentially-amazing matches featuring the Phenomenal One.
Forget TLC and Monday Night Panic, TakeOver: London is the biggest WWE show of the weekend.
One cool spear spot couldn’t undo this week’s awful Raw script. Despite the terrible writing, this Sunday’s TLC ppv has some matches that, on paper, look pretty good. Will this episode of WCW Thunder make Andy angry?
Well, you’ve got your new top heel. Unfortunately, it’s the one absolutely nobody wanted.
The WWE Champion and future of WWE, Seth Rollins, is out 6-9 months with a knee injury. Rollins’ misfortune will be another man’s opportunity, but whose?
Dolph Ziggler, Cesaro & Neville vs. King Barrett, Sheamus & Rusev A six-man tag, featuring five guys who have been stripped of either their first…
Andy continues our celebrations of #TheNewWeek with a dose of essential viewing, featuring Kofi Kingston.