Taz Brings Back the FTW Championship! AEW: Fyter Fest Night Two Review (7/8/20)

Overall I will be the first to admit that I didn’t have high hopes for week two of Fyter Fest after it was announced that the AEW championship match had been moved to next week’s “Fight for the Fallen” free event due to AEW Champion Jon Moxley’s caution surrounding the ongoing global pandemic. The cardContinue reading “Taz Brings Back the FTW Championship! AEW: Fyter Fest Night Two Review (7/8/20)”

NXT Becomes NX-LEE as Keith Lee Takes Down Adam Cole For Double Championship! NXT: The Great American Bash Night Two Review (7/8/20)

Overall This was a really fun show with an incredibly satisfying opening match and a barn burner of a main event! The middle of the show had its ups and downs, but it still had some high quality matches that will make night two of The Great American Bash just as rewatchable as the firstContinue reading “NXT Becomes NX-LEE as Keith Lee Takes Down Adam Cole For Double Championship! NXT: The Great American Bash Night Two Review (7/8/20)”

WWE Unveil New US Title BELT! WWE Monday Night Raw Review (7/6/20)

Overall Last night’s episode of Raw featured a marked improvement on last week’s fairly lackluster episode, and was definitely more watchable than the cringeworthy segments on Friday Night’s SmackDown from last week. As we get closer and closer to “The Horror Show at Extreme Rules” (I still have no desire to call it that soContinue reading “WWE Unveil New US Title BELT! WWE Monday Night Raw Review (7/6/20)”

Matt Riddle Is On a Collision Course with King Corbin WWE: SmackDown Review (7/3/20)

Overall Last night’s Friday Night SmackDown was notable for its fantastic matches separated by subpar and downright bad segments. Matt Riddle gave us a promo featuring a juvenile understanding of his character followed by a banger of a match against John Morrison. Sasha and Bayley, who have been hot recently gave a cringeworthy tribute segment,Continue reading “Matt Riddle Is On a Collision Course with King Corbin WWE: SmackDown Review (7/3/20)”

Straight Edge Hero, Kenny Omega, Pours Out #FTR’s Beer! AEW: Fyter Fest Night 1 Review

Overall AEW’s Fyter Fest 2020 Night 1 promised viewers a pay per view level card on free television and that is exactly what we got. However, a night of what could be considered great match ups on paper left me mostly unimpressed. That is not to say that there weren’t moments of brilliance or thatContinue reading “Straight Edge Hero, Kenny Omega, Pours Out #FTR’s Beer! AEW: Fyter Fest Night 1 Review”

Io and Sasha Battle It Out, NXT’s First Strap Match, and So Much More! NXT: The Great American Bash Night 1 Review (7/1/20)

Overall WWE’s policy of generally ignoring AEW and the “Wednesday night war” seems to be over. It would not surprise me if Triple H and the NXT team took a look at all of the matches booked for AEW’s Fyter Fest and found as many chances to try and one up the competition as theyContinue reading “Io and Sasha Battle It Out, NXT’s First Strap Match, and So Much More! NXT: The Great American Bash Night 1 Review (7/1/20)”

Champs Take On Challengers After a Contentious Contract Signing. Raw Review (6/29/20)

Overview Last night’s Monday Night Raw didn’t have the same energy to it that last week had, but overall it was an enjoyable show. Sasha continues to be booked strong, which makes me wonder if she’ll actually take the belt off of Asuka at Extreme Rules (I’m not gonna call it The Horror Show, IContinue reading “Champs Take On Challengers After a Contentious Contract Signing. Raw Review (6/29/20)”

Thank You, Taker SmackDown Review (6/26/20)

Overview WWE picked a good week to have to rush production of SmackDown due to COVID-19 outbreaks in the performance center. Fresh off the heels of the final episode of “Undertaker: The Last Ride”, WWE was able to dedicate a good chunk of programing to a tribute to the deadman. Other than a replay ofContinue reading “Thank You, Taker SmackDown Review (6/26/20)”

Orange Cassidy Stands Tall Before Fyter Fest! AEW: Dynamite Review (6/24/20)

Overview It feels weird to call this the “go home show” before Fyter Fest, but considering the two-week event has the card of a major pay per view that is exactly what this night of Dynamite was. The show itself had some ups and downs, but overall I really enjoyed the vast majority of theContinue reading “Orange Cassidy Stands Tall Before Fyter Fest! AEW: Dynamite Review (6/24/20)”

Keith Lee Retains North American Championship NXT Review (6/24/20)

Overview NXT had a really solid show last night and was a lot of fun! The main event triple threat match for the North American Championship was the main focus, but it felt like everything else went really smoothly. Even storylines that feel weaker (I’m looking at you Cameron Grimes and Damian Priest and RobertContinue reading “Keith Lee Retains North American Championship NXT Review (6/24/20)”