The RAW after MITB, most people never have anything good to say about RAW so I go into three hours of RAW for the first time in a long time a little apprehensive.
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.
Seeing I’ll be reviewing Take Over Dallas I thought it would make sense to first at least write about the last NXT episode. I have been keeping up with NXT in recent weeks but haven’t found the time to write about it.
The last time I wrote a review for NXT, other then Take Over London, was in August. I feel kinda bad about that but for some reasons, maybe because I saw spoilers for the shows after Take Over Brooklyn and didn’t like the result or something, but Take Over London gave me the boot I needed to start watching once more.
Sorry its late I was working the 24th and wasn’t allowed to watch wrestling on Christmas day!
After watching the WWE List and gushing over Becky Lynch being adorable and Simon Gotch being perfect (I won’t bore you with how he’s the perfect man on here I promise) I finally found the time to watch NXT.
(BTW the WWE Network is honestly worth the money. Get it.)
Well… Here we are and I’m stoked for Sasha vs Charlotte for the women’s championship and I heard there are no Vaudevillains which makes me sad but unlike RAW and SmackDown I’m here.
Another week and another NXT review. Finn Balor is now NXT Champion. His first NXT as champion.