WWE Evolution #WWEEvolution Original Air Date: October 28, 2018 Event Date: October 28, 2018 aired live on the WWE Network City: Uniondale, NY Venue: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Commentary: Michael Cole, Renee Young, Beth Phoenix Spanish Commentary (ringside): Marcelo Rodriguez, Carlos Cabrera German Commentary (ringside): Calvin Knie, Carsten Schaefer Portuguese Commentary: Marco Alfaro, Roberto Figueroa …
Styles attempts to focus on Almas, Kingston tries to survive Cesaro, Rusev seeks the US Title, Becky Lynch is honored as the new champ on a good episode of SmackDown Live.
Hell in a Cell 2018 featured some surprisingly great undercard matches and some not as good (but still pretty enjoyable) main events.
Maryse returns to the ring to take on Brie Bella, a new number one contender for the SmackDown tag titles is decided, Jeff Hardy attempts to cleanse himself of Shinsuke Nakamura prior to his battle with Randy Orton, and more on a pretty good episode of SmackDown Live.
The Miz and Maryse attempt to avoid Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella (while claiming otherwise) on an okay SmackDown that had a good triple threat tag match and an interesting main event.
Carmella gets her rematch, Bryan and Almas face each other for the first time, the journey to find a new contender for the tag titles begins, and New Day meets King Booker in a pretty good episode of SmackDown Live.
New Day gets another shot at the tag titles in a No DQ match against the Bludgeon Brothers in a good episode of SmackDown Live containing lots of Summer Slam fallout.
The final SmackDown before Summer Slam promoted all the matches from the blue side, though it didn’t really advance anything in any significant way.
The second day of the Superstar Shakeup shapes an impressive SmackDown Live roster and already begins to deliver some intriguing match-ups.
RAW 25 is a show packed with nostalgia and a ton of familiar faces!
This year’s Survivor Series might not have been completely unpredictable, but it was mostly enjoyable to watch.
Summer Slam continues to shape up as Roman Reigns takes on Braun Strowman in a Last Man Standing Match, Rollins and Ambrose take on Sheamus and Cesaro in respective singles matches, the women’s division begins to determine a contender for the title, and more!
This was an oddly paced, okay episode of RAW that had some good moments, but overall felt kind of forgettable.
Seth Rollins teams with Dean Ambrose to take on The Miztourage and Sasha Banks battles Bayley to determine a number one contender in a pretty good episode of RAW.
Tonight’s episode felt like the path before the road to Summer Slam and not a lot seemed to happen, but there was at least one big moment when Kurt Angle finally revealed the secret he’s been dealing with for the past few weeks.
While a little light on wrestling, this show featured some interesting story developments as well as a great main event between Seth Rollins and Bray Wyatt.
The first ever Great Balls of Fire, despite its silly name, was a very good show with some great matches and memorable moments.
Braun Strowman finds competition within Titus Worldwide, Cesaro challenges Finn Balor in a great bout, Heath Slater works his way into the IC Title picture, and more on a really good episode of RAW!
A new number one contender for the RAW Women’s Title is decided in a gauntlet match on an episode of RAW that also featured a great segment where Enzo Amore tried to reason with Big Cass after their apparent breakup last week.
Kurt Angle gets to the bottom of who has been attacking Enzo and Cass, Reigns makes some dubious claims before battling Samoa Joe, The Miz finally gets some people to join his entourage, and more on a pretty alright episode of RAW.