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.
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.
Wherein a new faction is formed and a legend returns!
The New Day celebrates Thanksgiving, and a new #1 contender for the IC title is determined in a really good triple threat match!
The Divas champ Charlotte is in action against Brie Bella as the main event of a show with four pretty good, but not great, matches.
We were guaranteed a new World Heavyweight Champion, and we got one, but is it what we really wanted or expected? Also, did The Undertaker pass the torch to Bray Wyatt, who held the Diva’s title after the verbal attacks became physical, and how much did New Day rock in a Survivor Series match? Read on to find out all this and more!
With a surprisingly strong Miz TV to start the show but some unfortunately short matches, this Smackdown is a pretty good, but not fantastic, lead in to Survivor Series.
With an unusual amount of squash matches, this show could have been better, but a title match main event helped to elevate the entertainment.
Brad Maddox teams with the party pooper Adam Rose to take on the Usos, Alicia Fox faces Naomi, and Titus O’neil goes solo against Heath Slater in this edition of Main Event!
Classic “good news, bad news” situation here. The good news: Divas highlight the main event segment. Bad news: it’s a contract signing.
There’s more good news than bad with this show though. There’s some really good wrestling, specifically in the matches for the World Heavyweight Championship Tournament.