Big Cass has been revealed as the mystery attacker, listen to my thoughts on his promo. I also review Money in The Bank & my thoughts on the finish of the Women’s MITB Ladder Match.
Randy Orton shows fire in his sit down Promo & my problem with today’s WWE babyfaces.
Reviewing Raw, SD Live & predictions for this Sunday’s Money in The Bank. I also give a very passionate argument why WWE missed a HUGE opportunity with Bayley this past Monday, what is Roman’s SummerSlam announcement is going to be and Shinsuke’s probability of winning the MITB briefcase.
Payback is this Sunday and WWE is looking much different than it did just 1 month ago heading into WrestleMania. There are several huge stars on the verge of returning and even some possible NXT debuts in the minds of fans.
Do we see Anderson and Gallows turn on AJ?
Who will be named to control Raw?
Join me on BlogTalkRadio for a LIVE Post-Show Sunday at 11pm ET.
Giving my last minute thoughts and predictions on WrestleMania 32 tonight in Dallas Texas.
I provide a compelling way that WWE could turn Roman Reigns heel tonight, as well as some other major returns that are possible! Join me tonight for a live Post-WrestleMania show at 11pm ET on BlogTalkRadio!
Giving my Official WrestleMania 32 predictions, taking calls and going over the HUGE possibilities of Sundays show. I also give my thoughts on Roman possibly turning heel, Austin, Rock & Cena’s role, as well as win-win scenario for Shane vs Undertaker
We are doing a live Pre and Post WrestleMania show on BlogTalkRadio. Click on the “Live Show” link on my website
With WrestleMania a week away, WWE has their work cut out for them. Ratings are slipping, Roman Reigns continues to get booed, Shane vs Undertaker has more holes than Dean Malenko’s move set…but I explain why you should still be excited about this year’s version of WrestleMania.
WrestleMania may be the weakest in recent memory on paper, but WWE has yet to show their entire hand yet, and thats a good thing.
I also give tips on how to break out of your fitness “plateau”
In what was a very solid Raw from a wrestling standpoint, WWE seems to be protecting one half of their main event of WrestleMania, Roman Reigns. Their pre-selected “chosen one” is being kept off TV and barely being mentioned on-air. Its going to be a rough day at the office if WWE continues down the stubborn road of Reigns as a fan favorite.
Really also loving the Y2J heel turn, and discuss why although this is their 4th match in the series, that this will be AJ & Y2J’s best at WrestleMania, even though it has yet to be officially announced following the best tag team match I’ve seen in recent memory against New Day.
I also discuss the massive implications of the Shane/Taker match at WrestleMania and how there may be more than meets the eye.
Cena is also officially out for WrestleMania 32 in terms of competing in a match, but that does leave the door open for some kind of appearance…and a major one at that.
After an underwhelming WWE Fast Lane PPV, WWE certainly went for the shock factor bringing Shane McMahon back into the fold in WWE. Will Shane actually end up facing Undertaker at WrestleMania? Does WWE finally abandon ship on the Roman Reigns babyface idea?
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With Seth Rollins no longer the WWE Champion due to injury, there is a huge spot open for the top heel spot in the company. I have a solid theory on who I think will make the swerve at Survivor Series. I also talk about some WrestleMania 32 potential matches & possible major returns. Take a listen.
While it was a breath of fresh air to see the Legends on Raw, WWE didn’t maximize the time they had. Kane who is involved in the World Title Match on Sunday inexplicably not on the show. Check out my Raw thoughts, Hell in a Cell predictions and thoughts on the Stone Cold Podcast with Brock Lesnar!
WWE has reached a crossroads when it comes to the fundamentals of their product. With ratings continuing to drop and Kane vs Seth Rollins main eventing yet another Raw, WWE is losing viewership quickly.
I open the show with my overall thoughts on WWE which I think you’ll find interesting, and then review Raw in more detail. Wrestlemania season is right around the corner, and WWE has some big decisions to make going forward. Maybe promoting their main event of Brock Lesnar vs Undertaker for Hell in a Cell, which is in ONE week is a good start.
Guys if you’re a wrestling fan I would highly recommend you check out my latest podcast. Yes, I review MSG & Raw which overall I thought were a small step up from previous weeks. However, I explain at the top of the show why WWE has killed Kayfabe and is now putting the brand before the product. My passionate 15 minute rant can be heard at the beginning of the show. Let me know your thoughts
As we move away from WrestleMania season, WWE looks to get back on track with Extreme Rules. Seth predictably retains, Reigns surprises with a great match against Big Show and Raw showed us that Roman is now back in the title picture, likely for some time.
Also, 2 matches have already been announced for Payback in 19 days.
There is one word that can revive professional wrestling – believability. We all want a story, someone or something to believe in. Think back to the golden age of wrestling, when the line between real and staged was blurred. WWE can revive itself, simply by re-educating their audience. Check out my latest show where I explain why believability is important & how WWE can re-establish this in their product.
WrestleMania 31 exceeded the build that was provided. From top to bottom, every match was 3 stars or better. This is my Live Show done on BlogTalkRadio. Tomorrow I will be reviewing Monday Night Raw and going over WrestleMania a little further, giving grades to each match.
Monday Night Raw (aired 2/9/15) failed to provide a clear picture of where WWE is heading for WrestleMania. Is Reigns now a heel? Has this year lost the magical feel for Daniel Bryan? Where is Randy Orton?