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.
We are one week away from the Smackdown Live exclusive Pay-Per-View Clash of Champions. This is the last pay-per-view before the next big four, the Royal Rumble. How did the blue brand hype viewers on the go-home episode of Smackdown Live? Also, with Rich Swann arrested and two big matches announced for Monday Night Raw, what affect does it have leading toward the Royal Rumble? Lets get to it.
After what has seemed like a long time, Monday Night Raw delivers with an episode that keeps you entertained throughout all three hours. It’s not easy to keep someone’s attention for a full three hours, but this Raw had storyline development along with great in-ring action. This is a perfect mix we usually don’t see week in and week out. If you have this episode DVRed I suggest giving it a watch. If not, or you just don’t have the time, welcome to the Crash Course Wrestling Column. Let’s get to it.
Here we are, Survivor Series has come and gone with fans asking, “did it really matter?” We are now on the Road to Clash of Champions for Smackdown which is weeks away and the next “Raw Pay-Per-View” is the dual branded Royal Rumble over a month away. This could mean a lot happening on the weekly shows OR a huge holding pattern. After being a fan for over 15 years, I am afraid it may be the latter. Lets get to it.
Happy Thanksgiving week to all and the Thanksgiving Pay-Per-View event, Survivor Series has come and gone. With the brand rivalry over and Raw picking up the duke, where do the Red and Blue brand go this week? Lets get to it.
Raw and Smackdown went head to head for brand supremacy last Sunday. With every match being Raw vs. Smackdown which brand came out superior above the other? Lets get to it.
Are you sick of hearing the line: “It is the one night a year that Raw and Smackdown go head to head in competition”? Well I have some good and bad news. Usually I would tell you the bad news first, but in this case, I will start with the good news. This Sunday is Survivor Series and it will be the last time you will hear that line. However, the bad news is, you will have to hear it for five hours straight this Sunday at Survivor Series. Please don’t drink everytime Cole says that, I like you and don’t want you to die. How did the red and blue brand get us excited for this Sunday’s duel branded show? Did Raw finally grow a pair and retaliate for Smackdown’s actions three weeks ago? Lets get to it.
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