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Clash of Champions 2019 Review

Sunday night WWE hosted Clash of Champions. 11 matches were on the card, with all 10 titles on the line. Overall, it was a solid card with a nice twist of an ending that previewed a new match heading into the next WWE pay-per-view, Hell in a Cell. A little late on the preview but here are my thoughts on […]

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Clash of Champions 2019 Predictions

On Sunday night, WWE will host Clash of Champions. This will be the third Clash of Champions event, with the first two taking place in 2016 and 2017. Before that, the event was called Night of Champions, which was a yearly pay-per-view from 2007-2015. The tradition for this PPV is that every single WWE title will be on the line. […]

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King of the Ring 2019: Ranking the Potential Winner

Back in 1985, WWE came up with a concept called, “King of the Ring” where 16 wrestlers competed in a single-elimination tournament to determine would be king of the wrestling ring. It was held annually for multiple weeks until it had its own pay-per-view in 1993. The King of the Ring PPV lasted until 2002. Since then, the tournament made […]

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SummerSlam 2019 Review

WWE hosted their self proclaimed “Biggest Party of the Summer” on Sunday Night up north in Toronto, Canada. After an excellent TakeOver event from the NXT brand the night before, the main roster had a tough task to top it. 12 matches took place, with three on the pre-show and six had titles on the line. Did WWE out beat […]

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SummerSlam 2019 Predictions

The Scotiabank Arena arena has been busy this weekend, with NXT TakeOver: Toronto taking place Saturday Night and now WWE’s SummerSlam taking place Sunday Night. SummerSlam is considered WWE’s second-biggest pay-per-view, being right behind WrestleMania. Much like WrestleMania, SummerSlam has had its fair share of memorable moments. The 2019 edition of The Biggest Party of the Summer looks to have […]

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NXT TakeOver: Toronto 2019 Review

Before WWE is set to take over (no pun intended) Toronto Sunday Night, the developmental brand NXT had a network special of their own in NXT TakeOver: Toronto. As per tradition, five matches took place on the card, which included all titles on the line and one grudge match. Like stated in my preview, this was the second time TakeOver […]

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NXT TakeOver: Toronto 2019 Predictions

NXT will be having another TakeOver special Saturday Night as they head to the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto on the eve of WWE’s SummerSlam pay-per-view. This will be the second time TakeOver will be in Toronto, with their first time being in 2016 the night before Survivor Series. As usual, five matches are set to take place with all the […]

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Extreme Rules 2019 Review

Sunday night in Philadelphia, PA was host to Extreme Rules 2019. While the past year’s event included many matches with “Extreme” stipulations, this year lacked in that category. 10 matches were advertised for the match but we ended the night with 13 matches total which included a surprise ending. How did Extreme Rules 2019 go? Here are my thoughts. Intercontinental […]

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Extreme Rules 2019 Predictions

Back in 2009, WWE introduced a new pay-per-view called Extreme Rules. Similar to the other match type PPVs, the gimmick here is “hardcore wrestling.” In addition to Extreme Rule matches, there have been Table, Ladder, and Steel cage matches for example that has taken place here. For tonight’s 2019 edition of Extreme Rules, there are 10 matches scheduled for the card, […]

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Stomping Grounds 2019 Review

Tacoma, Washington was the host of WWE’s first ever Stomping Grounds pay-per-view. It was nice to see the company revert back to orginal show names unlike naming the show after a stipulation like Hell in a Cell or Elimination Chamber. Fans were negative about the show from the start due to making the matches exactly the same as Money in […]

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Stomping Grounds 2019 Predictions

WWE is in the middle of a rough patch. Curious booking decisions and the ridiculous “Wild Card” rule have left fans disinterested in the product. That leaves us to WWE Stomping Grounds. A first time pay-per-view that replaced the traditional Backlash. It has not be received well since the beginning, after the first few matches announced were basically rematches from […]

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Super ShowDown Review

WWE held its third network special in Saudi Arabia. Fans have not been behind the company’s decision to still have a show there given the controversy surrounding the country. Despite some backlash and superstars skipping the event, Super ShowDown still went on with 10 matches taking place including a cringe-worthy main event. Here are my thoughts on every match that […]

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Super ShowDown Predictions

For the third time, WWE will be traveling to Saudi Arabia to host Super ShowDown. The company signed a 10-year agreement with the Saudi General Sports Authority back in 2018. The Greatest Royal Rumble and Crown Jewel were the first two events and both took place at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The event will start […]

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NXT TakeOver: XXV Review

Bridgeport, CT was the host for NXT’s 25th TakeOver event. Every TakeOver seems to be better than it’s last and that could very well be the case here. Five matches took place with all four titles on the line, which included a guaranteed new champion in the tag team division. Here is my review on each of the matches for […]

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NXT TakeOver: XXV Predictions

On February 29, 2012, WWE developed its own farm system under the WWE umbrella known as NXT. What started out as a weekly tapped show in Full Sail University has expanded to global tours around the world. The shows became so popular that they broadcasted live pay-per-views since 2014, called “NXT TakeOver” Some fans might say NXT is the best […]

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Money in the Bank 2019 Review

Sunday night was WWE’s popular Money in the Bank PPV. Both the men’s and women’s ladder matches were the most anticipated bout. Outside of those two, the Universal and WWE championship matches delivered as well with Becky Lynch pulling double duty for both brand’s Women’s Championship. Here is my review from every match on the card, starting with the non-title pre-show […]