Raw in of itself was fine for what it was and better than their own PPV last night. I’m not sure if they know what they’re doing longterm but it didn’t take long for them to put John Cena right back in the spotlight.
Michael Strahan hosted which meant that he was in a few segments, one of which resulted in the Miz and Titus O’Neil no-selling hip tosses. No one better ever sell that move ever again. Strahan was good for the most part. Continue reading →
Big D (@EmperorBigD) and I get on the horn together and chat about a very milquetoast wrestling PPV, which makes it four WWE PPV shows in a row where fans didn’t get their money’s worth. We just spent the week reminiscing about really good Survivor Series moments of the past and on what would be the 27th Survivor Series, what we got was a very bland PPV.
Big D and I go over each and every match in detail.
We also talk about the following on our Survivor Series recap:
- Roman Reigns’ star-making performance
- Big D’s hate for Curtis Axel
- Ryback’s losing streak
- Alberto Del Rio’s performance
- John Cena as a babyface in comparison to Hulk Hogan
- Daniel Bryan and CM Punk no longer in top feuds
- The terrible main event and paranoid Randy Orton
- Where they may go with John Cena and Randy Orton
Miesha says Sarah Moras beat Julianna Pena the first time they fought by hyperextending her elbow in an arm bar.
Sarah thinks that Miesha and Bryan favor Julianna. She broke down in the steam room while cutting weight. Miesha joined her in the steam room to tell her the new plan which was to eliminate herself from the coaching. Continue reading →
I’ve made a few changes to how I’m doing the recaps of Raw (from early on just recapping the Road to WrestleMania shows to just hitting the big points to trying to recap the entire show, but based on importance) and I think in order to be able to continue writing about Raw, I have to eliminate the unimportant. Because these days, Raw is about 2 1/2 hours of unimportant and who likes writing about things that don’t matter?
I’ll eliminate the bulleted points portion at the end and just focus on the things that matter, or are at the very least, interesting. Continue reading →