Many many things are considered the WrestleMania of ____, but perhaps (outside of the Super Bowl) nothing actually lives up to that description more than New Japan Pro Wrestling’s Wrestle Kingdom, now in its ninth iteration kicking off the year in style at the Tokyo Dome. Was this year able to reach that standard for the first time as an English language simulcast? And more importantly, was it enough to keep my NJPW World subscription? (Spoiler alert: abso-fucking-lutely.)
Bang For Your Buck PPV Reviews
The Survivor Series back with the biggest Survivor Series match in history, which surprisingly almost lived up the hype. The rest of the show survived my mighty pen/keyboard as well. Even if there was a turkey or two in the bunch.
Cesaro goes down swinging, Rusev crushes and (SPOILER ALERT ) Dean gets a face full of Sister Abigail. And for an added bonus: you get to listen to us talk about it (if you want.)
A day late, but NO DOLLARS SHORT, as we bring the Bang, the Buck and the PPV review of Sunday night’s excellent Payback.
The Shield, The Wyatts and at least six other people ended the PPV era with a bang. But did we get our money’s worth one last time?
We began the Road to WrestleMania last night, and while some in attendance may have went into business for itself, so did the WWE.
In the first step towards the unification of every single belt in the wrestling universe, Sunday night’s TLC PPV featured Kofi-Miz using the pre-show experts panel the way God intended, two separate 1-on-3 handicap matches and a titular title match for the new created WWEWHC 2.0 Super Belt.
The WWE celebrated the 27th edition of the Survivor Series in Boston last night, and well, at least nobody got screwed?
Math, and stuff, for the Hell in a Cell PPV, which was exactly what we thought it was going to be. In every way possible.
Last night, TNA Wrestling presented the culminating event of their wrestling year, Bound For Glory, live from the Veijas Arena at San Diego State University. Heading into the event, the nearly unanimous opinion in the wrestling world was that TNA had done a poor job making “their Wrestlemania” feel special in spite of four full months of TV time build angles. Let’s find out it was right.