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.
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.
It’s time for a card so good that the WWE thought it was worth giving away for free. What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
The Hoss Division is back, and better than ever. Global Force Wrestling is ready to debut…under someone else’s name. And CZW is putting on good shows in New York… with a catch.
Team Cena assembles, Team Ryback becomes an army of one and Team Authority is left to pick up the pieces. Raw, regurgitated on the internet, just for you!
Vince raises the stakes, Randy gets railroaded and Seth finds new stomping grounds. Raw, regurgitated on the internet, just for you!
Dean rides the train, Cesaro takes the loss and Rock steals the show. Raw Regurgitated, on the internet, just for you.
WWE is poised and ready to debut a “new nation.” Andy has 10 reasons why that makes him very angry.
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.