Ditto, but you get the feeling they are just setting you up for ultimate disappointment.
Think how good a PPV MITB was.
Summerslam is going to have a completely opposite effect on us, because all the idiots that didn't win for a change will be back on top no doubt.
The Kings of Wrestling are on the verge of coming into the WWE also, however I'll still reserve judgement on all this, it all seems far, far too good to be true at the moment and am just waiting for the usual kick in the balls that the creative team usually gives us.
Punk one of the absolute top guys? Check.
Daniel Bryan a MiTB winner/potentially future world champ? Check.
Awesome Kong in the WWE? Check.
Tyler Black, Jon Moxley, Tenille Tayla, Claudio Castagnoli and Chris Hero signed and on their way up? CHECK!
I'm really content with the way they're going. We've got some great talent and I can't wait to see how it goes with them. All we need now is some Sara Del Rey, Colt Cabana and a few more big Indy names and I will officially be in the love with the WWE.
The Undertaker headlined night one of WWE WrestleMania 36 last night, and it seems that Kurt Angle could have played a part in making it all happen.
The Boneyard match has been the talk of the wrestling world since it happened, with The Undertaker and AJ Styles being heavily praised for their...
Last night's Boneyard match was glorious. And we're getting another match like that tonight with Cena/The Fiend. Everything about it was fuckin awesome and I thought both guys played their roles well. I legit thought that Kane would come to save Taker in a jean jacket and utility boots haha...
If you haven’t noticed they’ve been allowing a lot more profanity recently on there programs. Look at part 1 of Mania for example. Also they are seeming to allow some blood again too. Take the Taker/AJ match tonight. So are we finally witnessing the end of the PG era?
Just randomly looking at the roster page and came across these 15. I think all of them should be considered for a push — how hard they should be pushed varies. What do you think about the following 15:
Aleister Black: He's booked dominantly, yet he still has solid matches that are competitive...
John Cena was this week’s guest on Corey Graves’ After the Bell podcast, where he spoke about the current state of the business, and the lack of a singular top star. Here is his response to the question of what this era needs to define itself:
Cena then continued with his thoughts on the lack...