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Does anybody know anew easy and quick way of catching up with the product? I didn't watch WWE for the whole of 2013 but I don't have enough time to rewatch every show. What is the most efficient way to watch an entire year without actually watching it?
 

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You could just read the entire summary of all the PPVs on Wikipedia. They usually always explain the backstory of nearly every match on the card as well as the aftermath. Plus, you could go to the Network and just watch the finish of every PPV match since the Network allows you to skip straight to the beginning and finish of every match.
 

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On top of what these fine gents said, look up the PPV buildup promos. The short videos that hype up PPV matches with clips from various promos and matches.
 

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Watching the Daniel Bryan road to wm30 and the shields journey to summerslam documentaries will give you a good basis of mid 2013 to mid 2014
 

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Watch 2014 and 2015 Royal Rumble, that sums up WWE for the past few years pretty well.
 

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On Youtube, there's a channel that makes videos like 'Raw in roughly 5 minutes'.

Here is it: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC02AfflAoSDcy6dnefA2XEw

It's a pretty accurate TL;DR type of video if you want to know what happened, but don't want to watch the whole thing. Pretty funny too. More funny than informative, though, but just enough for you to get the idea.
 

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What others have said, if you feel like a specific show is interesting check watchwrestling.ch
 
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