Okay, so Andy’s not going to WrestleMania anymore… but that doesn’t make him any less excited to watch the biggest show of the year. Will it make him angry?
Being the angry guy is Andy’s thing, but he’s not the only one. Rumor has it Brock walked out on Raw, leaving his future with the company – and the WrestleMania main event – in question. Here’s Andy’s top 10 possible options for a “plan b,” in the event Brock is taking his ball and going home for good.
It’s the (WWE) FASTLANE (PPV) to WrestleMania! And you know what that means – actually.. we kind of don’t, do we? This is the first event of its kind, and it’s on free TV, essentially, so here goes nothing!
Tonight, WWE jumps in the Fastlane to WrestleMania. Will the last big show before WrestleMania make Andy angry?
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.
Ryback gets touchy-feely with Rusev and the WWE Universe, Seth Rollins gets what he wants from John Cena and Daniel Bryan says “Yes!”. Raw Regurgitated on the internet, just for you!
The world of #InternetWrestlingWriting is, more often than not, a place filled with abject stupidity, negativity and fantasy booking. And since we want to be famous, we figured we’d incorporate the least of those three evils into our website with a new recurring feature we’ll be doing called “Juice Make Sugar’s Crystal Ball”. This month, we try to figure out what’s going to happen for 2015’s Royal Rumble PPV.
TLC is the red-headed step child of the WWE calendar, always somewhere between “overhyped” and “underdeveloped” without a legitimately classic show in the whole lot of them. Will this year be any different?