So we’re going back maybe to full time review of WWE, specially as my shifts at work are changing and I’ll have time in the afternoon to watch wrestling, we’ll start with MITB. Fun times are ahead!
We all know now, and if you don’t just don’t read, what happened at the end of the Women’s first ever MitB ladder match.
Whilst I was angry on Twitter at the time I’ve calmed down a little now to put my thoughts into words but I guess 140 characters just aren’t enough so I’ll do it here.
Last night I went to see NXT live here in Plymouth. I had been super excited about it since the moment I knew they were coming and managed to get tickets on O2 priorities before they were released for general sales. Couldn’t believe how good the seats where till we got in, it wasn’t front row but we were in the tiered seating pretty much in the middle (not quite) with a awesome view.
Obviously we had a great night.
The last stop before Wrestlemania (kind of, I never got that because there are loads of RAWs and SmackDowns between now and then so it isn’t really a last stop…) and we see if Dean Ambrose can change the main event of Wrestlemania.
I haven’t watched NXT for months! I was so happy to see the Vaudevillains win the tag team championship and then suddenly I stopped watching, never saw them as champions and the longer I wasn’t watching the harder it was to get back into.
So I am back for NXT Take Over London.
To be honest I had a lot of drama yesterday so couldn’t watch it but completely forgot that it was NXT Wednesday night (to watch Thursday for me) and SmackDown Thursday night (to watch Friday for me.)
A mistake I don’t usually make but my dog was ill and I had to clean up dog puke all night….
Another week and another NXT review. Finn Balor is now NXT Champion. His first NXT as champion.