This was a good show, mostly because of some very good matches. It also built the title match at Roadblock very well.
An okay show with a very good main event between Zack Ryder and Stardust.
Dean Ambrose challenges Triple H to a title match in a development that keeps things interesting despite the absence of their Wrestlemania opponents.
Fastlane was a mixed show. It had some very good matches, but it also had some not so great matches and very strange booking.
A good Smackdown that maintained interest in Sunday’s Fastlane with good, but unsurprising, matches.
This was a pretty good show with some nice surprises, but the ending confused me.
The show was fine, but it was made memorable due to the sad fact of Daniel Bryan’s sudden retirement from professional wrestling. His address to the fans was definitely the highlight of the show.
With some very enjoyable moments and some surprisingly good matches here along with the usual stuff that Smackdown produces, this week’s show is a good watch.
This week’s RAW was a decent show that had some interesting developments and a few really good matches.
The return of the Rock and AJ Styles versus Chris Jericho highlight a good followup to the Royal Rumble.
This show felt a lot like the previous RAW in that not much new ground was covered, but there were still enough fun segments to make it an entertaining show.
As the last RAW before the Royal Rumble, this show felt a little like treading water, but one segment in particular made for an interesting lead-in to one of the most fun events of the year.
A few nice happenings and a good rematch for the US Title make this a Smackdown worth watching.
This week’s RAW featured more of the same for the most part, but there were a few highlights spread throughout the show.
The last WWE show of the year and the last Smackdown on the SyFy channel brought some entertaining matches that didn’t mean much for stories, but were a pretty good diversion.
The 2015 Slammy Awards are given out in a fairly entertaining show even if it was a little disappointing for a few reasons.
In the aftermath of TLC, some dumb, dumb decisions were made by some people in power. But there was also a bit of nostalgia for the city of Philadelphia and some furthering of rivalries. Clearly, TLC did nothing to settle anything.
As the last RAW before TLC, did this upside-down show at least maintain interest in the PPV?
What was started on RAW continues on Smackdown with Sheamus’ League of Nations and a gimmick-filled, overstuffed main event story line.
Some good matches make this edition of Main Event a show worth watching.