then I guess whatever I find on youtube/dailymotion will have to suffice for now. I'll try going in order as best I can. They should have the noteworthy matches. I hope. If they don't have the Boogeyman matches, well, I think I can cope.
I think the PPV has a taint for me since I was so close to having Orton win the Rumble only for Rey to win. I was crushed. Then 20 minutes later Cena won the WWE Championship and I felt better. Oh and Gregory Helms won the cruiserweight championship too. Then Undertaker came out and blew up the ring. Wait, I think I love this PPV now
I'm much more content with TLC than I am Hell in a Cell. I think TLC has worked out for the years that it's been around. Not much build needed for gimmicks like Tables & Chairs. Take a feud and up them with those. Works for me. Ladders and TLC have been given fair matches too:
DX vs JeriShow, Edge vs Kane vs Mysterio vs Del Rio, & Punk vs Miz vs Del Rio
Christian vs Shelton, Dolph vs Swagger vs Kofi, Sheamus vs Morrison, & HHH/Nash.
Ok, HHH/Nash was a bad choice. lmao. But, Hell in a Cell is meh. The first year all 3 did honestly make sense. Taker was pissed at the screwjob so he wanted Punk in the match that is associated with him. Cena vs Orton was in that fever pitch so it got put in there. DX vs Legacy was the feud ender. So they all clicked. 2010 it really should have only been Undertaker vs Kane, but the irony was Sheamus vs Orton blew it away and then some. 2011 didn't need either to be HIAC matches and this year I guess worked because it added to the "drama" that Punk would lose to the undefeated Ryback with nowhere to run.
It holds up. I dig it. Well, I've been a big Sheamus fan since day one (which means FCW stuff, haha) so I've been happy with the majority of his WWE run. I marked when he turned face in 2011 though. Liked seeing how easily the fans gravitated towards him. He already got pops even as a heel. Seemed to come naturally with the transition.