Crash Course Wrestling Column Week of 10/9/2017

Hell in a Cell 2017 is behind us and although Shane McMahon is most likely still feeling affects, it is time to look forward toward the Raw exclusive Pay-Per-View, Tables, Ladders, and Chairs. What will the red brand bring for hype with only 2 weeks until the big show? How will the blue brand handle the rekindled friendship of Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens from Hell in a Cell? Lets get to it.

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Takeaways From Tampa Bay

This past Thursday Tom Brady and the Patriots battled against Jameis Winston’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a short-week matchup. Going into the game from last week, the Patriots had issues in the secondary against the Carolina Panthers, which left many fans worried and questioning how the team could succeed this season. The Patriots did prevail this week in a 19-14 victory, which once again was decided by the final play for the third time in as many weeks.

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WWE Hell in a Cell 2017 Crash Course

Hell has come and hell has gone for the year 2017. Last night’s Smackdown Live exclusive Pay-Per-View, Hell in a Cell, was kind of like when you order a burger on a ciabatta roll, but the burger itself isn’t all that great. The burger falls apart, but the ciabatta roll is too good to let go to waste so you just end up eating the bread. What the hell am I talking about? Let’s get to it.

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Woes in Foxboro

Last Sunday brought dismay for folks in New England who support the Patriots. The team managed to keep it close until the last few moments, when Graham Gano hit a 48-yard field goal to close out the game with a win for the Panthers. The Patriots did a few things well, but overall looked sloppy on the field; a rare statement this well into the season. After a rough game against the Carolina Panthers, the Patriots will look to regroup quickly for a Thursday night matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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Crash Course Wrestling Column Week of 10/2/2017

Happy October everyone! As the cooler weather rolls in so do some key upcoming Pay-Per-Views in the world of wrestling. We are one week away from Smackdown Live’s exclusive Pay-Per-View Hell in a Cell, and two weeks away from the Raw exclusive Pay-Per-View TLC. All this funnels into the next “Big 4” Pay-Per-View, Survivor Series, happening November 14th. What do the red and blue brand have in store for us this month? Lets get to it.

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Crash Course Wrestling Column Week of 9/25/2017

We are 24 hours removed from No Mercy, “a Wrestlemania caliber Pay-Per-View.” Micheal Cole’s words not mine. How did Raw follow up the victories, loses, and storylines coming out of the big show? With Hell in a Cell only two weeks away, how is Smackdown Live going to bring the hype leading toward their exclusive Pay-Per-View? Will Shane McMahon jump off things? Lets get to it.

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WWE No Mercy 2017 Crash Course

No Mercy 2017 was hyped up as a Wrestlemania caliber Pay-Per-View. Did it live up to the hype? Remember when you were in grade school and you talked about how a story arcs? You start with the Beginning, then the rising action, climax, falling action, and conclusion? That is kind of how No Mercy felt, but the climax was a Raw Tag Team Championship Match and the conclusion wasn’t great in the form of Brock Lesnar vs. Braun Strowman. Lets get to it.

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