As I’ve attempted to in the past I shall be reviewing a PPV without having watched TOO much of RAW or SmackDown recently. With some interesting match ups it’ll be fun to see what happens at the Biggest Party of the Summer.
So I’ve been doing a lot of wrestling reviews lately so thought why not at least do a few WWE PPV reviews at the same time.
I haven’t really paid too much attention to RAW recently, I stick to SmackDown more then RAW just because of time restrictions and all that, so this PPV I’m going in slightly cold. I do predictions with a group for all PPVs now so will probably end up just posting my predictions again but I can’t remember too many of what I actually predicted for Extreme Rules all I know is I want the Miz to win.
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.
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.
We’ve made it to Take Over Brooklyn. It hasn’t been the most interesting of journeys but its one we’ve taken and we’ve gotten to the end of it. Its the first Take Over event that I’m staying up to watch so I’m extremely excited.