7. Brock Lesnar (c) vs Roman Reigns (Cage Match for the Universal Championship, The Greatest Royal Rumble 2018)

For some reason, Roman Reigns lost cleanly to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 34. Yes, the babyface who’d already failed to topple The Beast at WrestleMania 31 failed to topple him once again. What was the build for? Why have the babyface overcome all the odds except the one that mattered most? Yes, the crowd may not have liked babyface Reigns, but they only needed to acknowledge him as the champion. Even with a loss, Reigns was (for some reason) eligible for rematch. This happened inside of a steel cage in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia .

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2. Brock Lesnar (c) vs Roman Reigns (Universal Championship Match, WrestleMania 34)

Along with Austin/The Rock and Cena/Rock, Lesnar/Reigns were only the third pair of wrestlers to main event WrestleMania. Of course, this Sunday, Lesnar and Reigns are going to be the only wrestlers to main event ‘Mania for a third time! Yesterday, I reviewed their first bout, at WrestleMania 31. And it was…distinctly average! Could their rematch top that mediocrity?

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Predictions: WWE Hell In A Cell (25.10.15)

hell in a cellMy main prediction for this PPV/Special is…banality!!! The build for WrestleMania was mediocre, but the build-up for Hell In A Cell has been awful, without exception. I’d blame the WWE Network partly for the poor build. Think about it: if you’re a subscriber, WWE already has your money. They don’t need to sell you the Special! However, most of the blame must be placed on the creative team. Even simple storylines seem to be muddled beyond comprehension. However, I’ll still give you my predictions for WWE’s Hell In A Cell…(and by the way, I don’t count the Pre-Show match at all. If it was important enough it would be on the Special! What a waste of Ziggler, Cesaro and Neville…) Continue reading

Review: WrestleMania 31 (A Classic Wrestlemania?!?)


Well, WrestleMania 31 has come and gone. A lot of reviewers have said that it will go down in history as one of the best WrestleManias of all time. Well, if you have low expectations for something, then even if the thing is only marginally better than expected, it will seem like the best thing ever. That’s what I think has happened with WrestleMania 31. It was enjoyable, far more enjoyable than I expected, but I wouldn’t dare say it was one of the best WrestleManias of all time…So here’s an in-depth look at WrestleMania 31…  Continue reading