One cool spear spot couldn’t undo this week’s awful Raw script. Despite the terrible writing, this Sunday’s TLC ppv has some matches that, on paper, look pretty good. Will this episode of WCW Thunder make Andy angry?
Tonight, the WWE Superstars walk into a Battleground, and some of the potential outcomes are already making Andy angry.
NXT is ready for a TAKEOVER. While two or three matches can’t possibly miss, the rest have the potential to make Andy Angry.
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.
Every week, The Good Folks at Juice Make Sugar preview the hours and hours of programming WWE puts on the air, to let you know what’s worth watching (and what’s not.) This time, the foundation of the first Special Event in WWE history starts to solidify and it’s more exciting than watching cement dry (how much is debatable.)
WWE has hit the post-Wrestlemania reset button, and it’s looking pretty good. If they keep this up, it will be the end of “Angry” Andy.
You’re Welcome to Trouble in Paradise As Daniel Bryan unleashes the monster in a cage: Raw Regurgitated, on the internet, just for you!
Andy spoils Christmas week in the WWE. Not because he’s Angry. Just because he can.
It’s time for the last PPV of the year, and the first PPV of the rest of our title-unified lives. And that means that it’s time for Noah to predict who’s going to win, who’s going to lose and who is going to sound the dumbest on tonight’s “expert” panel.
Just like the Oscars, sometimes certain Slammys aren’t deemed important enough to make it to television. Unlike the Oscars, sometimes certain awards aren’t deemed important enough to make it onto WWE.com. Because Headlock’d leaves no stone unturned, we have the script for the award show that shines a light on the unsung heroes of the WWE: The Supplementary Slammys!