Money In The Bank is usually the PPV that sets out the plan for the year. When Rollins won, he ended up with one of the best WWE moments of […]
Probably the best card of talent ever to come to Belfast. I thought the Smackdown Roster of 2002 would never be topped. Despite this, some strange matchups stopped them taking […]
Extreme Rules 2016 put on a decent, if tonally confused show. How can you have a decent event with this theme in the PG era? Ambrose and Jericho tried but […]
Last night the WWE declared it was time for a new era in sports entertainment. Unfortunately, a few of the worst things about the previous era loomed large over proceedings. […]
The biggest wrestling event of the year is less than a week away. Wrestlemania 32, is challenging to set an attendance record in Texas. Unfortunately like last year, the smart […]
For the second year in a row Roman Reigns was booked to win the main event at WWE’S Fastlane PPV. For the second year in a row, his win showed […]
When Daniel Bryan announced his retirement on Monday 8th February 2016, there was for want of a better term a great disturbance in the force. People from all circles of […]
The game now available for PS4 for £14.99, takes a traditional approach to wrestling games. If you think WWE No Mercy, you will have a good starting point. Anyone who preferred the freedom of those games to the flash of the Smackdown series, should definitely keep reading.
You may have noticed I skipped the Survivor Series recap this year. I just couldn’t force myself to dissect the mess that was the Survivor series and subsequent events. Safe to say TLC 2015 has put us on a better footing, heading into 2016. Here’s three things.
Having slogged my way through WWE 2K15 and it’s realistic career mode, I was naturally sceptical about diving in again. I needn’t have been worried, 2K16 puts the series back on track despite a few graphical hiccups.
Last night’s Hell In A Cell event was a night of surprises for some and a clear effort from the WWE creative team to stop the rot in the ratings. Let’s look at three things to take away from the event.
The WWE Night of Champions PPV provided a number of strange storylines moving forward as the event started well but came to a confusing and worrying end
The annual summer spectacular talked a good game, but when it came to the crunch, it couldn’t step out of the shadow, left by NXT the night before. Great matches were ended poorly, including the match of the summer.
With Summerslam being stretched to four hours this weekend, I thought it was time to look back at my favourite of the summer Pay Per View events. Back then there was no need to stretch an event out. This was how you did it old school. No non-finishes and the whole roster at their peak. Value for money at its finest with all these matches squeezed into the three hours
WWE Battleground 2015 – Three things as the Undertaker returns and the bell tolls for lesnar
The great hope of many is the main draw on the roster, Brock Lesnar. A man who plays to his own rules and in his second spell with the company, is the main attraction. However in a few ways, he is more PG than many superstars .