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ROUNDTABLE: Getting Ready for the NBA Restart

2020 has been one heck of a year, especially in the sports world. The COVID-19 pandemic took a hit on every major sporting league, which included the NBA. For a quick recap, the NBA suspended play on March 11 when Jazz center Rudy Gobert test positive for the virus just minutes before tipoff against their game with the Oklahoma City […]

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WWE: The Horror Show at Extreme Rules 2020 Review

On July 19, WWE hosted “The Horror Show” at Extreme Rules, a staple in the WWE pay-per-view calendar since 2009 but this time with the altered headline being a horror show. Seven matches took place on the card with one match scheduled never actually happening. How did the pay-per-view do? Here are my grades and quick thoughts on each match. […]

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Impact: Slammiversary 2020 Review

On Saturday night, Impacting wrestling held their Slammiversary pay-per-view, their second PPV since Hard to Kill back in January. Since then, we have seen a few notable names (Tessa Blanchard and Michael Elgin) no longer a part of the company while we saw some former WWE talent make an appearance, officially announcing their signing with the company. The former WWE […]

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Impact: Slammiversary 2020 Predictions

Been a while since I wrote about Impact Wrestling (let alone writing a blog post) but we have an exciting weekend of professional wrestling. On top of WWE having their Extreme Rules pay-per-view Sunday night (predictions will come out soon), Impact will be having their yearly Slammiversary PPV. Slammiversary has been a mainstay in the PPV calendar for Impact (and […]

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WWE: Backlash 2020 Review

Despite no fans, WWE has continued to have their regularly scheduled T.V. shows and pay-per-views, with every event taking place at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, FL. Backlash was the recent pay-per-view in the pandemic era of WWE. Originally, eight matches were scheduled to take place but we ended up with seven (more on that match later) with one […]

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WWE: Backlash 2020 Predictions

A week after NXT held it’s own pay-per-view special in TakeOver: In Your House, WWE will have it’s own PPV with Backlash. This will be the 15th Backlash pay-per-view in company history. The last Backlash took place in May 2018 and it is largely considered one of the worst WWE pay-per-views in recent history and the company hopes that the […]

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NXT: TakeOver In Your House 2020 Review

This past weekend, NXT held its TakeOver special In Your House. Despite no fans, guys like Triple H made sure to give the best event to wrestling fans alike, with the addition of adding non competing superstars posing as fans in the stands was a nice touch. Six matches took place on the card rather than the traditional five with […]

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NXT: TakeOver In Your House 2020 Predictions

NXT will be having its third TakeOver special Sunday night at Full Sail University. This particular pay-per-view will be the first In Your House branded event since 1999 when WWE had St. Valentine’s Day Massacre: In Your House. With still no fans in attendance, NXT will look to make up for it with an excellent card. Six matches will take […]

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AEW: Double or Nothing 2020 Predictions

Despite no fans in attendance, All Elite Wrestling has been putting on weekly shows that have actually been solid throughout, giving fans a nice alternative to the WWE product. Double or Nothing was AEW’s first-ever pay-per-view back in May of 2019. The positive reviews on the show led them to announce a second installment of the PPV. There are a […]

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WWE: Money in the Bank 2020 Review

WWE had its second pay-per-view May 10 with no fans in the very popular Money in the Bank. Six of the eight matches took place at the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida while the two Money in the Bank Ladder matches took place at the same time at the WWE Headquarters. How did the matches go? Here are my grades […]