For the first time in a long time I’m pretty much on time with this thing. I deserve some applause.
So we have a Thanks Giving special of SmackDown. I told you I wouldn’t be too late with this so that is something to be Thankful for!
After a “shocking” Survivor Series that saw the MitB holder cashing in and getting the belt after Roman Reigns wins, what does The Authority have in store for us tonight?
EDIT : I have had the RAW review pretty much written since Tuesday afternoon but wanted to get the Survivor Series blog done first. Looking over it though I have to apologise if its a bit rambly, I found RAW to be pretty… Rambly itself. Plus if I’ve missed something out, I have a feeling I might have missed a match or segment (or a couple of both) but can’t be bothered to recheck. I now… Unprofessional.
For all the Paige fans who hate me go all the way down to the last paragraph for the biggest surprise of your life.
I probably won’t be watching SmackDown live due to problems with my depression right now (a blog about that is coming out soon) but I will hopefully have it all done by Friday afternoon and then I’ll do my best (depression permitted) to live blog till Pete is back.
I had to kind of give up on the blog last night as I didn’t really have my heart in it (though I did tweet along) so here is the 2015 Survivor Series Review.
Before WWE at Madison Square Garden starts up we’ll post our review of this weeks SmackDown.
The era of Kane tormenting Seth Rollins has returned and I love it greatly so lets carry on please?
Not quite a week late yet. I’m getting better at this whole finding time to watch SmackDown thing.
The RAW after Night of Champions, we’ll see just what happens after the fall out of Night of Champions for all our new champions.
I managed to get in all the reviews before Night of Champions. There was no point in doing any kind of Road to blog because the road to Night of Champions started this week for me when I actually managed to catch up with most of this months RAW and SmackDowns.
Still. Night of Champions.
The last show before Night of Champions. One last push for Rollins.