With the recent return of ECW mastermind Paul Heyman to WWE and the questionable success Shane Douglas’ Extreme Reunion show, the promotion that put hardcore on the map is at the forefront of many people’s minds.
From top to bottom, this week’s ‘Monday Night Raw’ was a pretty fun, impressive affair. Sure, you could find things to nitpick about, like the fact that Big Show vs. Cody Rhodes is nothing new, or, naturally, the obligatory Divas Match, but all-in-all, it was a fun show with some great wrestling, interesting developments and even a SHOCKING RETURN.
On this week’s ‘Monday Night Raw’ Brock Lesnar picked up the microphone for the first time since his return to WWE the week prior. But before we had much time at all to tweet mean jokes about the timbre of Lesnar’s not-so-threatening voice, he was interrupted by a fired-up John Cena. What followed was a confrontation that saw Lesnar make an absolutely humongous impact…by socking John Cena right in the mush.
With one of the absolute best first segments in recent memory, this week’s ‘Monday Night Raw’ started out extremely promising. But apart from a great CM Punk/Chris Jericho segment and some Three Stooges slapstick that I am a little embarrassed to admit that I enjoyed far too much, the show was largely downhill from that colossal John Cena/Brock Lesnar brouhaha.
It’s late March and people who generally leave the room when you talk about wrestling are starting to ask questions like, “The Undertaker is still wrestling!?” which can mean only one thing: ‘WrestleMania’ season is upon us.
Are you excited for’ SmackDown’ this Friday night? You should be, and we’re going to give you five reasons why through the magic of pre-taped wrestling shows and spoilers on obsessive-compulsive dirt sheets. And naturally, since we’re talking about a show you haven’t seen yet, SPOILER WARNINGS are in full effect.
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