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On the eve of the launch of the WWE Network, the slightly lame duck Elimination Chamber should be pretty darn good. We’ll get some answers tonight.
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WWE hit their Bay Area house show swing on Saturday night with the second of two house shows. On Friday, one of their tours, headlined by John Cena vs. Randy Orton in a steel cage made its way to Oakland. The same crew hit San Jose on Saturday. The second crew featuring Daniel Bryan, the Shield, and Wyatts were in San Diego on Saturday.
Interestingly, Rey Mysterio who lives in San Diego was with the San Jose crew. He didn’t work in Oakland, making me think he was switching tours, but that was not the case.
I hadn’t been to a WWE house show in several years, usually waiting for a Raw, Smackdown, or PPV show before spending money on tickets. However, after seeing Raw and Smackdown in 2013 and feeling like both events were long and not at all geared toward making the live fans happy, I decided to go the house show route this time. Continue reading