Even without the title on the line, Andy considers this one the main event.
All we really want to know is whether AJ Styles is going to debut, or we’re going to have to wait.
Andy continues our celebrations of #TheNewWeek with a dose of essential viewing, featuring Kofi Kingston.
Last night was the 2015 Royal Rumble, which answered two age old questions: How can one man subsist on German suplexes alone? And, how many adult Philadelphians acting like children who’ve had their favorite toy away does it take to nearly derail a professional wrestling show?
There are a lot of unknowns heading into the Royal Rumble, and that has Andy pretty excited. And if WWE doesn’t capitalize, it’s going to make Andy really angry.
It’s the Royal Rumble, the State of the Union of the WWE! And you know what that means – time to figure out which way the WWE can make itself less palatable to overgrown manchildren who refuse to appreciate that the product isn’t made for them. OR something like that, we’ll just be focusing on the next entrant.
Pro wrestling, for the most part, has been pretty good lately. The Royal Rumble was a solid show. WWE programing has been pretty good. NXT…
The 2014 Royal Rumble is upon us. Most wrestling fans are pretty pumped up about what tends to be an exciting show. I’m no different. …
Our plans for the next week, and an (actually exciting) announcement or two about next month.
With two spooky bad segments for every good one, TNA is going to continue to scare away viewers no matter how good this new World Heavyweight title tournament is. Dave does the math, so you don’t have to.