We’re continuing SummerSlam week on Fight Game Blog. Check out our SummerSlam 1996 throwback review. Continue reading
WWE focuses on the Divas in the latest episode of the Monday Night War. Continue reading
Literally one day after the second episode, WWE has dropped the third episode of the Monday Night War documentary series on the WWE Network. Continue reading
Before all of the current crop of WWE Divas, the one who was most likely the hottest of them all was Tammy Lynn Sytch, kayfabe named Sunny. So let’s look back at TWELVE years ago, at the Slammys, with Sunny and her nice PAIR of… … Slammies.
Amazing body. Perhaps the best ever on a Diva.
Oh and by the way – she has nice hair.
(I’m on the west coast, so this play by play is a bit delayed)
Why, after all these years, are they bringing back the Slammy’s? Well, they need three hours of TV to fill tonight. Why after 5 years away am I blogging Raw again? Eh, I don’t know. I think I just have a heart for nostalgia and while this show won’t be as wacky as the old Slammy’s stuff, I think it will still be fun.
But probably not as fun as this.
For some reason, we have three huge matches that completely overshadow anything that WWE will try and make you pay for this weekend at Armageddon. It’s highly unlikely that we’ll get any clean finishes though.
Maria and Festus (with a tie over his overalls) present the tag team of the year award.
Nominees: Carlito & Primo, Team Priceless, Miz & Morrison, and Cryme Tyme
If Miz & Morrison don’t win, it’s a travesty. And thankfully, they win. Morrison thanks Chuck Norris while Miz thanks Baba Booey.
1. John Morrison vs. CM Punk
This match is one of the semi-finals of the Intercontinental contender tournament. Punk did a cross body to the floor, but Morrison didn’t catch him very well.