If at the end of 2015, somebody were to show you this image, and told you that it would be happening in 2016, odds are that you almost definitely wouldn’t believe then. Looping best-of-three-PPVs feuds are so formulaic that it is easy for some to shrug proceedings off as boring. Has booking really been that uninteresting though? Of course not. 2016 sought to prove otherwise, … Continue reading 10 totally honest headlines about WWE in 2016, which no one would have believed one year ago.
Two hours worth of pre-recorded WWE Smackdown, whether by providing the missing link to various feuds, or just better matches as a whole, has worked wonders to make this Sunday’s Hell in a Cell much more intriguing. Almost a masterclass in everything that should happen on Raw, instead of consisting primarily of soap opera promos over the course of a tiresome three hours. Sure, it’s … Continue reading WWE Smackdown made up for almost everything RAW got wrong this week
Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt will be facing off this Sunday at Hell in a Cell in what promises to be a great match, especially after Wyatt’s win against on Reigns on RAW. However, that victory, in standard WWE booking style, will see a victory go to Reigns – a decision that couldn’t be any more of a waste if it tried. Reigns will inevitably … Continue reading Bray Wyatt needs an empire, and a Hell in a Cell 2015 victory is the place to start