It’s another NXT Live Event! And you know what that means – time for all the super-smart wrestling fans to declare how much better NXT is than its parent product. What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
NXT Takeover: R Evolution is a terribly-named show with an awesome card. That’s obvious. The only real question is… will it make Andy angry?
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 December 2014’s TLC PPV.
Kickoff Show The return of Wade Barrett The only person more excited than I am for the return of #BadNewsBarrett is Nick. I have no…
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?
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.
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.)
WWE presents Survivor Series, live on the WWE Network, in less than 2 weeks…and that’s pretty much all that’s been announced so far.
If WWE plays their cards right, the Thanksgiving-ish classic could be a great opportunity to sell the Network to fans watching this month for free. If not… it’s almost guaranteed to make Andy angry…for just $9.99!
It’s Hell in a Cell Sunday, which means it’s time once again for Nick to ask: What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
A fun game for our alcoholic friends who are also wrestling fans. It’s time for Hell in a Cell, a great way to end a feud (and an even better way to get cirrhosis: We’re not here to judge, just facilitate. )