A newsworthy week in the world of wrestling and WWE. We find out that WWE is going back to dual branded Pay-Per-Views after Wrestlemania 34. It was announced there will be fewer major shows a year, but each show will be an extra hour. Always has to be a trade-off somewhere. That being said, let’s take a look at this week as the Raw brand gives us the go-home show to Elimination Chamber this Sunday. On the other side, the blue brand continue to bring the hype for their upcoming Pay-Per-View, Fastlane. Let’s get to it.
We are two weeks away from the Raw exclusive Pay-Per-View, Elimination Chamber and this week the red brand gives us our final member of the Chamber match via a Fatal Four Way Match. We later find out that another member is added to match and we are not quite sure who actually qualifies for the Elimination Chamber in two weeks. Good going Kurt. Thankfully it is 2018 and social media eventually gives us an answer. On the blue brand we see the return of Dolph Ziggler. Yay? Let’s get to it!
As the Road to Wrestlemania continues, The red brand has the Elimination Chamber on the horizon to determine who faces Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania for the Universal Championship. Who qualified and what stipulations do we know leading toward the next big show? The blue brand has quite some time to fill before their next big show, Fastlane. What will the blue brand do in the mean time? Let’s get to it.
An incredible Royal Rumble show and weekend has come and gone. It is now time buckle up for the road to Wrestlemania. If the Royal Rumble was any indication of what we can expect this year, make sure that seat-belt is fastened. Before we arrive at Wrestlemania, we take two detours in the form of the Elimination Chamber and Fastlane. With Elimination Chamber only 4 weeks away, how did the red brand get us hyped for the next big show? What was the fallout of Royal Rumble for the blue brand? Let’s get to it.
This was a big week in the world of WWE. We had the 25th anniversary of Monday Night Raw, the Raw and Smackdown go-home shows to the Royal Rumble, and Enzo Amore being fired for sexual misconduct. Fans worldwide looked forward to the first two things listed and as far as the latter goes, are we all that surprised? The red brand had a lot to live up to as it celebrated 25 years. Did it live up to the hype? Let’s just say the reviews are mixed. Let’s get to it.
I usually don’t say this, but it feels like forever since we have been last graced by a WWE Pay-Per-View. We are going to get just that in two weeks in the form of the 2018 Royal Rumble. The blue and red brand are pulling out all the stops to get fans hyped up for this year’s Rumble. With Braun Strowman on a rampage and the semi-finals of the United States Championship Tournament, we had some can’t miss build to the Royal Rumble. Let’s get to it.
We are officially three weeks away from the 2018 Royal Rumble and if you are a true wrestling fan, you know this is the time to have all hands on deck. Not only for WWE, but also the fans. As we gear up the begin the Road to Wrestlemania, what does the blue brand and red brand have in store heading toward this year’s Royal Rumble? Let’s get to it.
The year 2017 has left us and in its’ place comes 2018. With a new year upon us, that means one major thing for wrestling fans. The Road to Wrestlemania is soon to begin. On January 28th we will be presented the first pay-per-view on 2018, the Royal Rumble. A dual branded pay-per-view gracing us with not just one Royal Rumble match, but two this year as the females show what they can do in the most exciting over the top battle royal in wrestling. How did the blue and red brand kick off the new year? Let’s get to it.
With Clash of Champions officially in the rear view mirror, it is full steam ahead toward the Royal Rumble. The red brand delivered some big news regarding the next Big Four Pay-Per-View. On the blue brand we see the fallout out between Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon for this past Sunday. What does all this mean regarding the Royal Rumble? Let’s get to it.
The final Pay-Per-View before the Royal Rumble has come and gone. Last night’s Smackdown exclusive Pay-Per-View had every Smackdown Live championship up for grabs. How did this show shake up the title situation and what does it mean leading toward the Royal Rumble? Lets get to it.