Nick will be back next week, but for now, enjoy the dulcet tones of “Angry” Andy Miller as he throws up Raw on the internet. Just for you!
This week, Andy enjoys SmackDown!, loves Superstars Summer Rae and tolerates 3MB.
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.
It’s time for the last PPV of the year, and the first PPV of the rest of our title-unified lives. And that means that it’s time for Noah to predict who’s going to win, who’s going to lose and who is going to sound the dumbest on tonight’s “expert” panel.
Tonight is WWE’s TLC PPV, where John Cena will face off against Randy Orton in Tables, Ladders and Chairs World Title Unification match 10 YEARS in the making. Okay, more like 4 weeks, considering how long Cena’s been World Heavyweight Champion… right… sorry … What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
The decks are being stacked, the stakes are being raised and Brodus Clay is pissed someone stole his dance moves. Raw Regurgitated, on the internet, just for you.
The WWE celebrated the 27th edition of the Survivor Series in Boston last night, and well, at least nobody got screwed?
This week, we give our Pay Per View Predictions for Survivor Series and our thoughts as to who will be left standing tall.
Tonight’s the Survivor Series, the 5th Biggest member of the Big Four WWE PPVs. We’ve got two “traditional” Survivor Series elimination matches, including a 7-on-7 Divas match. What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
This week, Bray Wyatt & His Dueling Banjoes Band wreak havoc on SmackDown and Main Event manages to make less sense than NXT only being available on Hulu.