Alicia Fox steals the show with her antics on this week’s Superstars.
This was a pretty good show with some nice surprises, but the ending confused me.
Zack Ryder looked for retribution against Stardust from last week, and Damien Sandow teamed up with Fandango to take on the Ascension in a couple of good matches for Superstars this week.
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.
This week’s Superstars was an okay show. The matches were fine, but they’re anything worth going too far out of your way to watch.
This week’s RAW was a decent show that had some interesting developments and a few really good matches.
This week’s Superstars had two pretty good matches, but the antics of Stardust make at least one of them very much worth watching.
The return of the Rock and AJ Styles versus Chris Jericho highlight a good followup to the Royal Rumble.
As a complete show, the 2016 Royal Rumble started strong and lost some steam as it went along. As a match, it seemed reminiscent of years past, which isn’t always a good thing.
A pretty good final stop before the Rumble with some pretty good matches.
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.
Tyler Breeze and Jack Swagger make up for their not-so-great match last week with a much better rematch.
This week’s RAW featured more of the same for the most part, but there were a few highlights spread throughout the show.
Witness the birth of a new tag team, the Golden Truth!
The road to the Royal Rumble got off to a pretty good start in 2016 in a RAW that saw the return of an old favorite, the emergence of a new faction, and the announcement of a big match stipulation!
The 2015 Slammy Awards are given out in a fairly entertaining show even if it was a little disappointing for a few reasons.
This week’s episode of Superstars had some good, aggressive matches from guys that you might not expect that from.
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.
This week was highlighted by a good match that saw Darren Young and Bo Dallas trade victory laps.
As the last RAW before TLC, did this upside-down show at least maintain interest in the PPV?