Remember that really great Rhodes Brothers/Shield match from last year where Dusty gave Dean the Bionic Elbow? That’s not happening this year, but it’s still Battleground Sunday (just in a completely different month less than a year later…anyways)! And, because we love you, we’re giving you some time with Angry Andy. Later, we’ll ponder “What’s the Worst That Could Happen?” with Nick. All of this (for free!) before we drop our world famous Bang for Your Buck PPV review in your lap on Monday morning (probably.)
Bray Wyatt and his Dueling Banjoes Band
The Bang For Your Buck PPV is a day late, but as always, NO DOLLARS SHORT. Find out if Money in the Bank, the WWE’s third best PPV lived up to its considerable reputation.
Tonight is WWE’s Money in the Bank PPV, the third best PPV of the year. What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
Stephanie is the best, RVD is the worst and Adam Rose is something else. Raw regurgitated, on the internet, just for you!
A new era bringing some changes to these monthly shows of significance began Sunday with Extreme Rules, but will it change how people feel about John Cena? Probably not.
The Showcase of the Immortals comes but once a year, and after consecutive editions that were considered “lackluster” by people who aren’t fans of how handsome The Rock is, the 30th edition brought the house down. From the ending of an era to the beginning of a (few) new ones, the first PPV on the WWE Network showed why no one really laughs when the company calls it the “greatest spectacle in all of entertainment”. Also, guys… CESARO!
Tonight is WWE’s WrestleMania XXX, the Showcase of the Immortals. Or something like that. What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
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?
Tonight is WWE’s Elimination Chamber PPV, where six men will enter a battlefield and only three will come out alive. Or something like that. What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
We began the Road to WrestleMania last night, and while some in attendance may have went into business for itself, so did the WWE.