WWE airs a lot of pre-recorded programming every week. Juice Make Sugar is here to let you know what’s worth watching…and what isn’t. This week, we hurdle toward Survivor Series, explain the origins of The Bunny, and get Rusev-Ziggler II.
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WWE airs a lot of pre-recorded programming every week. Juice Make Sugar is here to let you know what’s worth watching…and what isn’t. This week, Sami gets a spotlight on Main Event, Big E. reappears on Superstars and The Big Guy gets pay(Ry)back on Smackdown! . (Sorry, we tried.)
Riding its surprisingly effective gimmick — every title on the line on the same night — the Night of Champions PPVs have always been somewhere between “watchable” (2013) and “awesome” (2008). With what might be called a ‘lackluster” ending, this year’s edition wasn’t exactly a barnburners on the level of years past, but it served a great deal of purpose to move any number of forward and gave us more than a few solid-to-fantastic matches along the way. So, we have that going for us, which is nice.
Tonight, WWE presents Night of Champions. It’s the only show of the year where you’re guaranteed to see every title on the line.
Let’s find out if it’s going to make Andy angry.