In 2016, WWE still thinks we’ll mark out for attractive women, regardless of their talent in the ring. This might get ugly.
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.
It’s still #BrockWeek, and Brock just so happens to be headlining one of the biggest shows of the year. Will Summerslam make Andy angry?
Payback wasn’t a bitch – but it was definitely one hell of a show.
Will Evolution break The Shield? Will Kane treat Daniel and Brie like Matt and Lita? Will we see the littlest high spot of all time? Angry Andy is ready for Extreme Rules.
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, the Shield almost makes Smackdown “must-watch”.
WWE has lots of pre-recorded programming hitting the air on the ROAD TO WRESTLEMANIA, Angry Andy is here to let you know what’s worth watching and what’s not, so you have plenty of time to Nick and Andy Tag Team Wrestling.
This week, Andy enjoys SmackDown!, loves Superstars Summer Rae and tolerates 3MB.
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.
This week, the Divas division actually starts to make sense … but does that mean it’ll be worth watching? (Spoiler Alert: probably not)