Do you hear that sound? It’s 1.3 million subscribers to the WWE Network shrieking for joy at the latest edition of the best show $9.99…
“What’s The Worst That Could Happen?”
It’s time once again for Payback, the second of three “PPVs” this week month! With a stacked card, and the future working the main event, it feels like it could be the start of something big. What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
It’s time once again for EXTREME RULES, WWE’s FAVORITE post-WrestleMania PPV since Backlash! For the second time in three months, it’s on free TV so here goes nothing!
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!
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?
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.
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?
It’s another TLC, the second best WWE PPV of December! 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. WITH WEAPONS!!! What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
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?
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?