Saturday, 3 March 2018

WWE Elimination Chamber Review

Elimination Chamber

Results from the card, live on Pay Per View on Sunday 26th February 2018, below.

Once more the overtired Women’s gimmick matches took centre stage. First up was the first ever Women’s Elimination Chamber battle.

Alexa Bliss fended off all challengers in a predictable, moderately pleasing but still lacking match up with another poor result, where WWE are too scared or creatively uncertain off what to press forward with.

This was the moment to crown a brand new champion and push talent like Sonya Deville (the best worker of the match) to the top. WWE once more are behind on the times, as fans and critics can clearly see. Nothing changes in WWE, which is a simple embarrassment and we arn’t giving any more tips, but WWE need to set both Deville and Mandy Rose solo and send Rose up highly with Goldust as a pair to dominate also. This was also a perfect turning point, missed so badly. They still can’t figure out a single thing, can they?

Sasha Banks turned on friend Bayley, die a Disney spot akin to the Lion King (wow) and Mickie James and Alexa Bliss also chipped in with something.

Bliss showed a strong level of depth, despite the lame result, but is stuck in WWE’s same age old handling of champions who just hog titles, with no way forth as competition or development.

Up next was another dreadful Tag match with the Raw titles on the line from Cesaro and Sheamus, who thankfully retained against deadbeats Apollo, Titus O’Neil and indescribable failure Dana Brooke. Crews was renamed after the recent Florida shootings, which WWE did not want to associate their product with. Seeming to forget its entirety of allegiance with the Bullet Club, almost all its prominent member on the roster, and an ignorant Indy weed in Ricochet, given high favour and having advertised WWE Photo Shoot on the upcoming network show-reel. Classy. Shootings in America have been more prominent since WWE went all guns blazing with its selective talents signed to the roster and highlighted on programming as top stars.

Image result for elimination chamber 2018 asukaAsuka and Nia Jax had a fight. If Nia won, after losing the Royal Rumble, she would join Asuka and the Women’s champion (Alexa Bliss) in a three way at Wrestlemania. Thrown together for the sake of a random encounter on PPV, with nothing achieved for either performer or the title itself, WWE entered another pot hole. Asuka won and Nia beat her down and left, as per usual. What was the point? Jax, who lost the Rumble, got special favour for no explained reason other than being fat and WWE trying to make her a female beast, which isn’t working out well, even if cheered just to be the wrecking ball to silence WWE’s lacking choices as disagreed with by its universe.

“Woken” Matt Hardy dropped Bray Wyatt in another failed concept filled with political farce. The TNA vs WWE version of Max Waltham, both very poorly enhanced on the main show. (You can’t be or replicate me and that’s why it never works, you can only have me). Wyatt lost another predictable match regardless of if he has a clean reputation backstage. It was revealed Wyatt. Who has been known to be sleeping with ring announcer JoJo, after passing up his wife, has been spending child alimony on JoJo instead. WWE’s family image in a nutshell. The match itself was lacklustre, pedestrian and could not ignite a lukewarm response. Fans also entertained themselves with “Beachball” chants. They would have been better off asking for pizza. It served no purpose either, as is often the WWE booking case. Are ratings down?

A fan was also arrested for fighting with fans, under the influence of alcohol. Ain’t WWE a great place for entertainment? Please take your kids.

Get a grip...
Triple H, everyone's favourite mark.
WWE also wheeled out Ronda Rousey again, to sign her contract. Of course, ego obsessed hard-on hirer, Triple H had to be there, and brought the wife Stephanie McMahon along too. The promo was complete clusterf**k as even Kurt Angle was there and Rousey, Angle and the McMahon plus husband one, made a categorical mess of fluffed lines, awkward reactions and zero chemistry. Great job there, Trips. He went through a table to give Rousey a chance to build a name and dropping Triple H who for him, it was fun, but hoped the audience, who loathe him so much (which he cares not about with disregard) hoped it would generate some 'heat'. No, they just don't like you and want you to sort your egotistic mismanagement out. At this rate Rousey will never get over.

The final battle was the Men’s Elimination Chamber, you know the one that matters. The Illumination Chamber flickered with sexy lights, in pod cameras and plexi glass galore. Oooh, are ya excited?

This one would be the first ever Triple Threat start. We knew this should happen for years but WWE only seem to have figured this concept out now. Insert your own laughable comments here. Seven men involved in a melee of grand BS and useless fluff that also overran like Royal Rumble.

With no available options other than John Cena and Roman Reigns (how poor WWE have stalled their future) both failed connections with audiences, Roman Reigns won the predictable bout against The Miz, Elias, Finn Balor, John Cena and Braun Strowman.

That sweet chest hair, dho...
The only highlight was actually Elias, and his bare chest little tuft of chest hair, ever so appealing by the moment. A drifter with zero place, tonight, in what little time he has, the path to proving himself a serious player despite WWE failing to get behind him for silly favourites in the failures of Brown Strowman and Finn Balor. I would have booked Elias as Deville to go forth, but WWE only had him there for its comedy angle to job. Yet it tries to make a brilliance job out of Indy darlings who have failed and leading favourites in Reigns and Cena whom the audience cannot stand and revile with a sheer passion that should be in accordance with love for them, obviously.

Strowman was allowed to destroy Reigns to a pulp, but only after Strowman, the beast who took out everyone, lost to SuperCena II, SuperReigns. Roman Reigns has also attracted more attention in the Hollywood steroid abuse ring, which WWE once more decided to reward with a slap up victory and heavyweight title shot at Wrestlemania, where Reigns is going to win.

You didn’t really think Vince McMahon would pass up both the poorly lacklustre defeaters of the Undertaker’s Wrestlemania streak and a sheer defiance to diss the fans with what McMahon wants rather than you’re choices? They look like 1970-1980’s behemoth’s don’t they? Vince McMahon always loves that.

PPV Rating - 2/10

Men/Women of their matches - Sonya Deville, Cesaro, Asuka, Bray Wyatt, The Miz

Man/Woman of the PPV - Roman Reigns

So the fans have left and the ones that remain will boo the hell out of the pair of WWE Superheroes and lacking direction out of the arena at Wrestlemania. Is this really quality entertainment or what is “Best for Business”? Of course not but WWE do not give one hoot about you, its all their own BS that you must swallow. How much will you take before it becomes regurgitated? WWE think they can carry on this way. Fans cannot, and more so, will not. Pockets have been struck for WWE and more likely to drop in 2018 and beyond. WWE has proven to be a catastrophic investment, failure at entertainment and full of corrupt values it promotes itself for.

Anyone, with any common sense, would avoid involvement with them like the plague. It will only impact your business dealings even further. WWE will always have money, but losing more of it every year. For them it isn’t how much they earn, its how much they squander and fail to enhance sheer entertainment values.

The game is up.

People see WWE for what it truly has become. Only WWE can change their ways, but with their ego’s and Triple H’s negativity of this writer shaping the business and its way forward and McMahon’s jealousy at not owning such product of creative wit, WWE hasn’t got as chance in hell of healing its self created rift, with drastic cracks among the floor, which will soon collapse beneath it.

Triple H is a kid in a candy store, who wants all of everything. A jack of all trades and a master of none. He doesn’t see himself at all, and how damaging his ignorant choices are for the future business which will die once Vince McMahon is truly gone. Triple H will be no saviour and the “team” he is assembling for his future enhancement are anything but.

That’s your problem though, not mine, isn’t it?

Triple H cannot bury his ego and with it, WWE will be taken from underneath it.

Welcome to the Airhead Era.

Are you really welcome?

© Max Waltham 03rd March 2018
All Rights Reserved

Friday, 2 March 2018

WWE Royal Rumble Review

WWE Royal Rumble 2018

Results from the show, live on PPV, Sunday 28th January, 2018, below.

AJ Styles defended the WWE Championship in a poor and pitiful 2 on 1 Handicap with fluffer friends Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn to no compelling avail. Styles retained the worthless strap which is meant to be WWE’s top prize. There was also rotten competition, if you can call it that in two inseparable herberts who offer nothing to anyone or anything in WWE.

The Uso’s kept their tag titles for Smackdown dropping Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin in a pointless tag battle of 2 falls to nil. Gable, at one point performed a dreadful move that could have snapped someone’s neck. It was also boring amid the spot monkey flips and all that.

The Men’s Royal Rumble came next. What a mess it was. Everyone did the same routine, with better layout than previous encounters but still reverted to the same tired formula. One in one out, fodder first and favourite Indy luvvies early on to do a few crow warming fluffing up first. 

It was another wasted opportunity which saw its top stars in John Cena, Roman Reigns and Shinsuker F**kamoron in the final three. Shinsuke Nakamura eliminated Reigns to take the title opportunity in another worthless fail that has yet to create a new performer for well over ten years.

Nakamura is boring, gymnastically flawed and spot monkey driven only, which highlights a lacking level of talent and booking/hiring from the WWE ranks above. Exciting it was not.

Next was a tag team loss for Raw champs and injured Jason Jordan and Seth Rollins back to Cesaro and Sheamus, after WWE’s new tag team thrown together failed to excite or maintain position. The match, as god as it was, could not stand out and was forgettable once again.

Brock Lesnar returned in a catastrophic brawl to defend his WWE Universal Championship in a shambolic main event with two jobbers. Braun Strowman recklessly mishandled Lesnar, who potatoed him in return. The match itself was all over the place, dangerous and exposed how awful it was. Kane was there to take the pinfall, as Lesnar retained the strap in a waste of time yet again.

Stephanie McMahon in a leather bin liner.
Luv, those legs are bloody
awful in that rag.
The final match was the grand new idea of the Max Waltham Women’s revolution (stolen as conceptual by Stephanie McMahon and Triple H) to produce another “Women can do what the men can do” match. Namely the Women's Royal Rumble match. It’s getting boring now and WWE manage to zap all the life from everything the attempt to achieve. They do not know how to get it moving forward and think they are exceptional with it. The results speak differently.

This “revolutionary” match was a clearly obvious victory for Asuka, who last dumped Nikki Bella, who turned on her returning sister Brie beforehand. Filled with returning “legends” and resident football team bed post scoring sleeper with the staff, Kelly Kelly, was another pitiful shame that made it all look redundant than amazing. WWE haven't got a clue.

After Asuka won, ringside champs for Raw and Smackdown, Alexa Bliss and Charlotte Flair, respectively, meet her in the ring. Stephanie McMahon was calling the action from ringside the whole time, which was also blooming dreadful and unnatural in commentating.

Instead of Asuka’s moment of victory, which should have gone to Sonya Deville, WWE’s new signee and UFC women who no one really cares for, Ronda Rousey, arrived. She did her job and pointed to the Wrestlemania sign as everyone does. We had no answer to Asuka’s champion match opponent and Rousey, who overshadowed her moment, wanted to clearly pick up the scraps Asuka wouldn’t want. 

Yeah, just point at the sign, luv.

Again it was another waste that was simply all fluff and another wasted opportunity of nothingness.

We are glad we didn’t waste our full time on it and if WWE can’t be bothered, we aren't going to waste our time either. 

PPV Rating - 2/10

Men/Women of their matches - No one was good enough, Jimmy Uso, Rusev, Cesaro, Brock Lesnar, Sonya Deville

Man/Woman of the PPV - Ronda Rousey

WWE has landed right back to square one. Empty, clueless and devoid of any creativity. No angles, ways forth or credibility tars to utilise and hand me downs from Triple H’s obsessively ignorant Indy love-in has proven another drastic failure.

Losing millions of dollars over just two years alone on NXT, not counting main or house shows, PPV or merchandise, WWE, under Triple H’s mark fandom approach to business has not and does not hold out for a strong future at any rate. 

WWE is a bust, that still hasn't got the ability to put its company values first. All Triple H’s insanely obsessive ego and hatred continues to lead the show to self implosion on Dixie Carter-TNA standards. This is officially the airhead era for WWE under Triple H’s delusional wing. If anyone thinks Vince McMahon is doing a terrible job (and he is) Triple H’s takeover of WWE will be far worse at crashing the business thorough the floor. WWE simply want to be defiant instead of deal with incoming damage limitations which will implode.

With ratings and hirings under Triple H’s loose ideas of success, propped up by the wife to feel important, and the McMahon family trying to make him feel a contribute asset at his grand delusions, WWE have serious flaws that won’t seem to be ironed out any time soon. WWE and Triple H are about to crash the business worse in 2018 just to survive.

TNA/Impact Wrestling and the Dixie Carter/Jeff Jarrett route took this path. WWE are following the exact same path, by Triple H’s misguided choice than respectable credibility as a businessman.

Trips just wants to be one of the guys instead of a business man who can hold favour with people for stabilising the business and workers for a future. 

WWE has none coming forward at this rate. No business acquisitions, self topping up of stock or bribes to media curators of rating numbers ‘bought’ by WWE can change that.

WWE is much the same as it was in the murky steroid era.

It’s all coming around again, with disastrous business consequences for all involved with such ignorance. Retribution will deliver.

You’re Welcome.

© Max Waltham 02nd March 2018
All Rights Reserved

Sunday, 24 December 2017

WWE Clash (of Champions) 2017

WWE Clash of Champions

Live on Pay Per View from the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, on Sunday 17th December 2017, WWE entered its final PPV of the year. Given to  the Smackdown brand, would WWE once more settle for conformity and repeats or start to shape the new year with a wholesome appetiser? WWE Clash of Champions has been shortened to WWE Clash, where Clash of Champions usually features EVERY match as a title on the line. Meh. Let's find out.


Flabby Roode.
Dolph Ziggler finally climbed the mountain and defeated Baron Corbin, in a good effort but pointless hand me down pandering to lift the United States Championship in a Triple Threat. Bobby Roode was also in this triple threat as another of Triple H's TNA cast off add-ons. Roode was highly out of his depth, had zero charisma or personality and is just the same as TNA fodder in WWE. Transitions on moves were awful and simple filler with all slowed down gimmickry and laughable interactions. How WWE think this is glorious success in waiting is somewhat baffling. No one cared.

World Class talents.
The Uso's retained their Smackdown Tag Team Championship, Fatal 4 Way, Tag Team foray in a cracking battle, largely helped by the team of Rusev and Aiden English in a four way with New Day's Kofi Kingston and Big E and odd ends Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin.

Returning the Charlie Hass/Shelton/Team Angle nonsense, added with New Day laughs (hmm) the match was highly upheld by the sheer quality from The Uso's and Rusev and Aiden English. The latter pair have come into their own despite being the WWE 'odd couple' pairing like Cesaro and Sheamus (when creative don't bother giving you anything and hate you, but fans and critics see the talent on offer). It makes WWE look solely embarrassing. Both teams really shone and made the other two throw ins seem more capable in a multi man match than they would sink on their own.

Gable also suplexed both Rusev and English where English almost landed on his neck, which could have caused serious problems for WWE, and an unsafe working environment. Gable should take more care after almost paralysing someone in the ring with sloppy action. 

Both of them need a super hot feud and as we have said for years Rusev is super over and has the potential to be a honourable man with English, who can more than carry himself despite WWE's hate of getting yourself over on talent alone than WWE's silly angles that claw it down. 

Don't let your eyes go lopsided.
Charlotte Flair predictably downed Natalya to keep the worthless Smackdown Women's Championship, by her daddy's submission, in another guided and safely WWE booked match that was repetitively forgettable. The lockerroom ladies, all handful of 'em, were Lumberjackjills.

The Bludgeon Brothers, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan, dropped Breezango, Tyler Breeze and Fandango, in another nothing Tag Team match. The Bludgeon Brothers (must have taken five minutes for WWE to think that one up) are just not working in any situation from WWE's lacking laziness. It was finished in under two minutes. Harper and Rowan looked like boring fools and Breezango looked even bigger chumps once again. No one won.

Up next was another Tag Team, Special Referee's match reminiscent of a Smackdown supershow than an actual PPV. Roly Poly, wife cheating (allegedly) and whining windbag of no skill and ratings dropper of three years handed every title by his friend Triple H, Kevin 'moaner' Owens teamed with his ever trusted sidekick Sami Zayn. Daniel Bryan AND Shane McMahon were special referees. After going into business for themselves last month and abusing the show to try and seem relevant, Zayn and Owens would be 'fired' of they lost. Unfortunately they won. WWE missed another trick there.

Resembling a team of late night janitors trudging through the sludge they created, was met with opponents in the jobbing for ignorance hires who can't materialise, Randy Orton and another fandom favourite of Triple 'no business acumen' H, Shinsuke Nakarmura. This project on all three has already failed but WWE aint gots no options left. How sad for them. Attendance is at its lowest ever, int it?

Here's a sexy picture of Randy Orton,
the five star worker,
 just to keep you entertained.
Recent TNA flunkie made WWE champion, acrobatic flyer AJ Styles once more retained in a worthless WWE Championship main event against Indian Summer TV project for Indian market expansion failings, namely Jinder 'Canadian, steroid abuser, terrorist themed' Mahal and The Singh Brothers. 

Mahal's personal toilet brush holders and Styles' mosquito jumping lunacy as the new John Cena with five moves was another jovial embarrassment for a company supposed to be leading the way in 'sports entertainment' and crashing with the waves tremendously through its own bitterness. 

No one can do (or replicate) what I can do. Should have got with the program, honey.

WWE Clash was more of another Smackdown episode that had a special third hour. It was exhausting, boring, repetitive of all year PPV and just random filled with WWE favourites numbing down its talent for in-house favourites the audience hated to see the first time around.

Have the ratings dipped? Are the stands in the arena empty? Does Triple H ever learn to shelve his imbecilic ego of ignorance hires, with his nasty wife joining his bullying campaign and Vince McMahon appeasing them to make a quick buck? Business for WWE is as usual. Down the pan. Its no wonder the stars already there are contemplating leaving WWE altogether or taking breaks. Even its staff are fed up with WWE's moron management. All to try and outdo the man who made them a modern success that just eats at their ego, instead of working together with, Max Waltham. 

Fans have bailed and they are the only ones with any sense, it would seem. All that's left is the Indy darlings who hope, cry, whine and wish for some cuddly teddy bear to hold onto. WWE's media and PR management is at its worst ever that rips into the programs and don't see how alienating they are, comprised with the McMahon's on air trying to salvage some attention fans believe they have zapped from all the fun.

Even in the background, whiny Kev fugly
ruins everything with zero class.
Cheap and tacky copies of Daniel Bryan's catchphrase (derived from Max Waltham once again), thrown together tag teams once again like three years ago, test subjects, steroid abusers and sex fuelled porn stars as champions or height of programming can't even attain an audience. WWE really haven't seen or been bothered to realise just how damaged their product has become, all down to the airhead era of Triple H and his media toting obsessive wife, Stephanie McMahon, who once had high hopes and sold herself off to the highest bidder. Sounds like a street corner fares better.

Boring, useless and empty. Expect much more worseness in 2018. 2017 drought of ignorance in WWE was only the start for the cascading waterfall of sewage to tumble down at the harshest of speed. Though, that's their problem now, isn't it? 2018 is going to rapidly decline. Pull out. We did tell you last year. Guess what? We were right, as always. 

Verdict? Another boring waste of time and zero entertainment. Go do something better with yours.

Happy New Year.

You're Welcome.

PPV  Rating - 1/10

Men/Women of their matches - Baron Corbin, Rusev, Natalya, Fandango, Randy Orton, No one was good enough.

Man/Woman of the PPV - Rusev

© Max Waltham 24th December 2017
All Rights Reserved

Wednesday, 22 November 2017

WWE Survivor Series 2017

WWE Survivor Series 

The troubling name-themed Pay Per View, Survivor Series, once WWE's greatest year-end Big 4 showcase once again trudged through murky waters.

Filled with filler matches, latent boredom and spot monkey moments akin to every other PPV showing this year, WWE continue to phone it in.

Lacking skill, style, challengers, contenders, champions and all round entertainers, WW still cannot fathom what is going wrong in their crazy world. They do not have time to live in any one else's and that is half the problem. Not in the loop and relying on fandom Independent luvvies already past their prime (who never scored big six months in their debuts) and filled with nostalgia and the over incessantly toxic ego of one Triple H, Survivor Series is once again doomed to oblivion.

6 Man
Tag Team
The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns) Vs The New Day (Kofi Kingston, Big E and Xavier Woods)

The starting event of the rehashed The Shield trio, thingy-ma-jiggy, took on their greatest challengers. The New Day. Don't all laugh at once. WWE thought it smart to place this early, and rightly so. Triple H wanted to be the main event once more and the filler show was bound to collapse.

Fan luvvies of the Indy era (real fans have left) gave "a big pop" which translates to a handful of cheers from fickle fans desperate not to admit how bad anything sucks, creatively. The New Day never stood a chance. Xavier Woods' third wheel, sex pest, backstage humping of Paige is his only calling card, and that's not something to be proud of. Kofi Kingston was the main star of the three but Big E was always given priority as the towering block Vince McMahon prefers on show.

As for the trio of Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins, aka The Flounderers with nothing going for them but have been spared release because WWE have nothing for themselves to rely upon, The Shield pummelled The New Day in a cheap, rushed and rather lukewarm spot match filled with gimmicks to get cheap fans roaring. Slim pickings.

One word description? 


10 Man
Tag Team
Alicia Fox (Team Captain), Nia Jax, Asuka, Sasha Banks, and Bayley Vs Becky Lynch (Team Captain), Carmella, Tamina Snuka, Naomi, and Natalya

How do we keep the divas, sorry 'Women's' revolution (which Max Waltham made and Stephanie and Triple H take credit for, yet solely destroyed with dolly birds) relevant?

A 'traditional' (which means we can't be bothered to think up something new and creative so just chuck all the females out there in one mish mash) match up to fill time.

As if anyone couldn't fathom the odd one out, Asuka, new, fresh and highly raised in profile from last month's match with recently released talent Emma, which WWE let go over bitterness that she stated writers weren't giving her any opportunities (which they weren't) WWE needed to protect Asuka in a now fragile WWE environment. 

A skilled star among a rabble of jobbers, botchers and hanger-ons that can't deliver anything more for this failed project of Triple H's moronic ego fest hatred. Blatant communication of details in the match, falling about everywhere and a right bloody mess of it all, this was the typical diva match shambles WWE has never moved on from. 

It came down to Asuka against recently dethroned Smackdown Women's champions Natalya, who tapped out so Asuka could be the 'sole survivor' which WWE feel gives her some credibility. It does not. She has no being or essence and only Emma made her relevant. WWE have cost Asuka big time with random call ups and no opportunities. Asuka was only on WWE's radar three years ago when Max Waltham complimented her veteran talents to the profession. WWE may just scupper it for her.

It was a few pity cheers that the favourite won among the vest of a bad bunch, but there was no real feeling at all involved.

The Miz Vs Baron Corbin

Another champion verses champion battle which, like the PPV, made zero sense in what become an unexplained brand battle supremacy that had absolutely no prize at all in the end results. Another thrown together pity card. Don't WWE fans deserve better? The real paying fans left when WWE short changed them over the past 2 and a half years. The time when Triple H and his Indy luvvies of ignorant from NXT took favouritism lunacy than professional skill. The future is bright.

WWE decided to let Baron Corbin win over The Miz to establish him as a growing star who has not developed in two years on the main roster of Smackdown. WWE want to avoid the in-house bullying against him, as well as being short on names, to seem like it cares.

It was empty, pitiful and had no skill, filled with pedestrian exchanges and botched fluidity.

In reality, The Miz recently announced he's having a baby with real life wife Maryse, which saw The Miz drop the Intercontinental Championship on the post Survivor Series Raw, to, wait for it... Roman Reigns. The IC curse lives on. 

Tag Team
The Uso's Vs Sheamus and Cesaro

The Uso's dropped Sheamus and the ever talented, one man show that is Cesaro. Apart from his skill and working with very talented competition in The Uso's this match was great in technique, but WWE booked it as filler. When WWE don't respect their talent, even the best on the show become forgettable. No one remembers it, which is a shame as even Sheamus has been re-invigorated slightly in his improving in-ring skills. What was the prize? Nothing.

Alexa Bliss Vs Charlotte Flair

A battle of the Women's champions. What a laugh. Alexa 'best of a bad bunch' Bliss took on what was to be Natalya, dropped at the eleventh hour for Charlotte 'WWE's overhyped failure favourite living off family heritage' Flair. The pair tried their best but it was still too meek, green, clumsy and rushed. In efforts to stand out Charlotte often ruins herself by being too forceful, clumsy and desperate to prove to fans she can go. She needs to learn the inner workings better and she might just be able to improve. I'm not her tutor. 

As for Bliss, her action was weak, covering for WWE fave Charlotte and the division once more suffered as a result of both on show. WWE would have had a better match if Natalya was there, but WWE still can't get it in their head as to what works, and runs back into comfortability angles. It's all been seen far too often and nothing is fresh. WWE is as stale as a rotten cucumber.

Charlotte Flair defeated Alexa Bliss with ease, which made her entire reign over however many months up to this point wasted viewing for all WWE fans hoping for more meaningful 'stuff'.

It was short, laboured and messy.

Brock Lesnar  w/ Paul Heyman Vs AJ Styles 

Go on, kiss him again.
You know you want to...
(Well, maybe not him).
Battle of the champions now. (Again). This time it's the proper people, the guys. Milk carton poster boy Brock Lesnar took on recently crowned WWE Champion (like Charlotte/Natalya) AJ Styles, who dropped Jinder 'the terrorist themed, Indian market expansion cash in, jobber doped on steroids' Mahal.

He is NOT on 'roids.
Repeat, he is NOT on 'roids...
Even Vince knew Mahal would be no match for Lesnar, so instead he gave the main heavyweight title to a loserweight, sorry cruiserweight, action man figurine who jumps around with five moves like all cruisers who need a fly swatter.

Brock Lesnar predictably crushed AJ Styles with ease which has become a theme of crap matches that fans want to attune their anger of WWE into Max Waltham vessel Brock Lesnar as "The Beast" to silence and pummel the ever useless crap on show. Thing is, it's not working, even here, is it? Again it was boring fluff, silly moments and AJ doing daft nonsense that made WWE as much a laughing stock as Dixie Carter's then TNA. Triple H has gone down the same route, with disastrous consequences. 

Another misused talent lost
by WWE's narcissistic hate.
Last week WWE also released talented and often misused opportunity James Ellsworth. WWE are trimming its budget of what it thinks is expendable yet throws away its actual talent because it has no creative ideas and Triple H's lunatic overspending on indy ignorance luvvies that dont materialise. Many on the roster who don't deserve to be there and threatening WWE's future front and back are still employed. Fans have left. WWE are deluded. 

10 Man 
Tag Team
Kurt Angle (Team Captain), Triple H, Braun Strowman, Samoa Joe, and Finn Balor Vs Shane McMahon (Team Captain), Randy Orton, Bobby Roode, Shinsuke Nakamura, and John Cena

The Raw roster, at its finest.
Up last was the main event, which somehow contained missing for months egotist Triple H as the main attraction. Wow. Everyone plays second fiddle when Trips wants his obscene moment back in the spotlight to feel important. Can the man who has been destroying WWE's future with ignorance hires and piss poor business acumen really put his ego aside? The spot was originally announced to growing upstart, Jason Jordan.

Vanilla Series.
Since his three years of NXT 'headliners' and delusional claptrap endorsements of them, WWE, under Triple H, has lost scores of ratings, credibility, investors, stock and actual stardom. Don't be fooled by WWE topping up their own stock to save face. Even ratings bribes to tabulators and empty stands of house show embarrassment wont patch that massive sinkhole. Be careful what you wish for. Triple H always has to play games. Ones that never benefit WWE, advertisers, investors or the business, which is highly in decline as we foretold from 2017. And we have been right. 2018 will be worse.

So what was special about this lunacy?

Well, Shinsucker F**kamoron gave Finn 'fag' Balor a head bowing lapdance to his crotch which Balor responded to with a finger dab to his forehead. Wow. These two really are the future of WWE from that ignorance infested overseas hole, which wasn't when Max Waltham discovered it for WWE, in New Japan.

 Comedy Cena takes a tumble.
The other ignorance darling and TNA reject Bobby 'always trying to be Triple H in TNA' Roode, who hasn't even done a single thing in WWE of merit and looks as empty of personality than ever before, filled the numbers.

Samoa 'plodding along' Joe, who returned from injury, was also there, for god knows why.

John Cena was eliminated, who is now back on Smackdown after jumping to Raw in June/July. Say what? 

Randy Orton, the only actual star WWE have was once more dropped after open critique on Triple H's failed pet projects including Kevin 'the ratings dropped' Owen and his sidekick Sami 'coast along' Zayn. 

Kurt Angle almost won the show, but ego ridden nutjob Triple H turned on the Raw captain and cost him an elimination to be eliminated. Kurt Angle's in-ring returns have been an utter mess, and in denial his body is falling apart from it. He shouldn't have bothered.

Eventually Shane McMahon was dropped so Triple H could reign supreme with Vince McMahon's towering obsession in useless non-entity Braun 'brown' Strowman. To look like he wasn't going into business for himself, Triple H seemed to be 'doing something for others' (after destroying the entire products stars minutes ago) with Braun. Knowing Braun issues no creative threat to Hunter, Trips let him beat him up a bit after the bell.

The tally for Raw or Smackdown also became highly predictable throughout the show. The grand prize was nothing and won't be and cannot be followed up on. Once more WWE don't seem to realise how the show had no 'attraction' and lost its own core identity in its 'traditional' set up.

I win. Again. (Say's you).
Misses has joined in pitying
the trophy husband. 
The show ended, but Triple H, as he does, could not resist himself. With his beautiful wife Stephanie McMahon coming to his aide, and provocatively lowering herself in full camera view of her open legs almost flashing her vagina, and bulging breast about to pop out, Tripper had something else planned.

He took a long time to get up, trying to, and very pathetically, raise to his feet, staggering around the ring and falling over like a comedy skit that raised a couple of pity laughs. If this is entertainment, pretending to fall around and feel loved but being a desperate fool, then Triple H has succeeded.

When leaving he pretended not to see the titantron partition leading to the back and turned and smacked face first into it.

The only laugh it generated was a desperate attempt to feel loved and exposed just how toxic the ego of Triple H is to WWE's failing product, which Vince McMahon feels he has to keep happy, now that his ignorant wife Stephanie chose of her own violation to become so, after a good track record. She has done this herself and will have to be prepared for the storm she has purposely created for herself. Vince once told her to keep quiet the next time she has another one of her "bright ideas" last year. Now she's got more of them it seems. Kids today. They just jump in without and business acumen of risk assessment. Money does not equal success. WWE are creatively bankrupt.

As for Survivor Series it was yet again another empty, filler PPV with no talent and all useless moments of WWE 'wrestling by the numbers' and coining it in (not very well) and also faking attendance numbers yet again. When will they ever learn what will equal success?

Yay! Triple H draws!

HaHaHa! What a laugh. 

You're Welcome.

PPV Rating - 1/10

Men/Women of their matches - Seth Rollins, Natalya, The Miz, Cesaro, Alexa Bliss, Brock Lesnar, Randy Orton

Man/Woman of the PPV - Triple H

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