Gargano and Ciampa battle in a Chicago Street Fight, Lars Sullivan goes for the NXT Championship and Shayna Baszler looks to continue her run of dominance. Suit Williams and Jeff Martin preview NXT TakeOver: Chicago.
Two Money in the Bank ladder matches, Styles and Nakamura in a Last Man Standing Match, Rousey gets her first championship opportunity and Jinder Mahal vs. Roman Reigns? It’s our staff preview and predictions for WWE Money in the Bank 2018!
Aleister Black looks to unseat Andrade “Cien” Almas atop NXT while Johnny Gargano fights former best friend Tommaso Ciampa in hopes of being reinstated. See what our staff thinks will go down at NXT TakeOver: New Orleans!
Griffin Peltier and Suit Williams this Sunday’s WWE Elimination Chamber 2018 show featuring a historic women’s Chamber match and the main event to determine the Universal Championship match at WrestleMania 34.
Suit Williams and Rich Kraetsch preview this Saturday’s huge NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia event including the potential conclusion of the Johnny Gargano redemption story and the much-anticipated NXT TakeOver debut of Shayna Baszler.
Members of the Voices of Wrestling staff preview Sunday’s WWE Royal Rumble 2018 including the debut of the women’s Royal Rumble, the traditional Royal Rumble match and a three-way dance between Brock Lesnar, Kane and Braun Strowman.
Welcome to WWE Payback, the most anticipated WWE Network special event of May… or at least Top 3. Maybe. In this corner, the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins! In the opposite corner, the job of the Big Red Machine and the Devil’s Favorite Demon and the Director of Operations and the Demon Kane! Kind of. It’s WWE Payback!
The throwaway of all throwaway PPVs, this year’s WWE Battleground seems more than usual a warm-up for SummerSlam. The main event focuses on John Cena’s continued reign as champion as he barrels towards Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam but perhaps more importantly the rise of Roman Reigns. We know Cena retains but how will WWE protected Reigns? Will he stand tall at the end or get lost in the shuffle?
We’re officially back to calling these bad-boys pay-per-views (Special Events didn’t work) but I can’t help but feel like this Sunday’s Payback is sub-PPV. This may be the reality of post-WWE Network PPVs, but I think this is bad booking and a horribly promoted PPV in any era.