This year’s TLC had a couple of huge last minute changes that led to some interesting matchups, but overall the show was hit or miss. There were some great matches and moments, but there were just as many less than stellar matches and moments as well.
Sasha Banks takes on Alicia Fox in a rematch from RAW on a Kickoff show that has some big announcements for TLC!
There were ups and downs, but overall Battleground 2017 was a good show with at least one great match!
Tye Dillinger attempts to silence Aiden English in a surprsingly good warmup match on a decent pre-show for this year’s Battleground PPV.
The first ever Great Balls of Fire, despite its silly name, was a very good show with some great matches and memorable moments.
Akira Tozawa challenges Neville for the Cruiserweight Title in a surprisingly good kickoff show.
Despite some good action, the overall feeling of this year’s Money in the Bank felt a little disappointing on multiple levels.
Zack Ryder returns to the ring as the Hype Bros face The Colons and the Kickoff for this year’s Money in the Bank PPV.
A good main event couldn’t help this year’s Extreme Rules from being only an average show. Some of the matches were not good at all and some were forgettable, but at least the show ended on a good note.
Kalisto faces Apollo Crews in a decent Kickoff for this year’s Extreme Rules.
This year’s Backlash wasn’t great, but it did have some entertaining matches and a few mild surprises.
The Backlash 2017 Kickoff show was an average opener, featuring Aiden English versus Tye DIllinger.
Payback 2017 had a number of good matches, and one match that will go down in history as unwatchable (in my opinion).
Enzo & Cass face Gallows & Anderson, and The Miz welcomes Finn Balor to Miz TV in a pretty average, but fine, warmup to the Payback PPV.
This is a very long show, and with any show of this length, there are good and not so good parts. Overall, this is probably a middle-of-the-road Wrestlemania, but there is definitely some fun to be had here. Watching it all in one sitting might leave you a bit exhausted though.
With a lot of talking and three matches of varying quality, this was a pretty average kickoff show. Though the good parts were quite entertaining, there weren’t a ton of them considering the two-hour running time of the show.
Being the last PPV before Wrestlemania, it felt like they were playing it safe and predictable with Fastlane. Most of the matches weren’t great, there were some filler segments, and the main events didn’t really deliver. There were some bright spots on the show, but overall this one felt like an average (yet long) episode of RAW.
A good cruiserweight tag match and a few backstage segments made this a decent warmup for Fastlane.
A pretty good show that god better towards the end. A few matches felt like they were looking past this show and towards Wrestlemania, but the last few matches of the night made up for that.
This was an okay way to start the night, complete with a Main Event quality match featuring Mojo Rawley versus Curt Hawkins.