10 totally honest headlines about WWE in 2016, which no one would have believed one year ago.

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.

The tidiness of SmackDown is a great new canvas for Wyatt Family chaos

I have spoken before about how I think that the best-of-three/five/seven format of feuds, as recently seen between Sheamus and Cesaro, would be brilliant to use more often, because it is a new tidy format, providing something new to break in the future. This frame of mind matches SmackDown perfectly, at least as of now. SmackDown has been onto a winner since the brand division with … Continue reading The tidiness of SmackDown is a great new canvas for Wyatt Family chaos

Which feuds and partnerships will benefit from being split up by the WWE Draft?

One thing that has disappointed some fans already is that with its new roster, Smackdown did not become an indie wonderland, or an NXT 2.0 with the soap opera being more reserved for Raw, with fan favourites such as Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, Finn Balor, Neville and Cesaro going to the red team. This was given a solid confirmation by the announcement that the Cruiserweight Division was on its way … Continue reading Which feuds and partnerships will benefit from being split up by the WWE Draft?