I remember reading history books, about things like World War I, and thinking about how literally every decision was the worst possible one that could have been made and lead unequivocally toward disaster. WrestleMania 34 was that.
The booking of Cena/Owens leaves a lot to be desired for but a major return, numerous solid to above average matches and momentum heading into SummerSlam makes WWE Battleground 2015 an all-around thumbs up.
WWE Fastlane promised some much-needed clarity to WrestleMania 31 and when all was said and done, it accomplished just that. However, between a comatose Memphis crowd, a lack of engaging finishes and some disappointing matches, WWE Fastlane will go down as one of the worst WWE PPVs of the year. If it doesn’t, well, 2015 is going to be a tough year.
You know how we do reviews here at Voices of Wrestling, so let’s not waste time and get to your WWE Battleground 2014 review featuring our Raw reviewer Bryan Rose, Main Event’s Rob McCarron, Smackdown’s Taylor Mitchell and our special-ish guest, VOW’s TNA Impact reviewer Dylan Hales.
WWE Payback on paper seemed like a disappointment with a lot of vanilla, poorly-built match but it turned out to be one of the better major show offerings from WWE. Bray Wyatt and John Cena may have had their best match yet and basically every match deliver either to expectations or above them.