Monday, 26 June 2017

WWE Money in the Bank 2017

WWE Money in the Bank 2017

Seeing as WWE could not be bothered with such a performance show, this review will take a report/notes format in certain areas. WWE clearly don't care.

Live on Pay Per View, on Sunday June 18th, from the Scottrade Center in St Louis, Missouri, fresh in Randy Orton town and full of eager fans to watch, WWE still pulled in less than attractive audience viewers despite its mask to cover its ratings woes. This PPV was now sent exclusively to the Smackdown brand instead of both shows. Would Money in the Bank be the glorious show it has always been respected for, to create a new talent from scratch? Or would it be the same tired out format of thrills, spills and uneventful acrobatics on repeat tussling for the dangling delight?

Let's find out.

Money in the Bank
Fatal 5 Way
Tamina Vs Carmella w/ James Ellsworth Vs Charlotte Flair Vs Becky Lynch Vs Natalya

To try and capitalise further on WWE's failed concept of female empowerment, the Women's come Diva's Revolution clearly petered out. The five man battle was somewhat laughable but had a surprising air of interest from the set off. Though it wouldn't last into the main crux of the bout.

Natalya having to be the one woman powerhouse working the match whilst Tamina played the roll of beat down dogsbody. Bit tepid & rushed.

Charlotte stops Nattie on the ladder as she and Carmella set the top ladder tussles. Charlotte tries to hook the case as Carmella stops and Tamina shoves the ladder over from below from retribution.

Nattie ladder jabs to Tamina.

Crowds cheer "This is Awesome". there wasn't much to make it awesome except for the thrills and spills quick spots, but it had an air of interest in recent WWE messes before it on Pay Per View. Fans will cheer for anything remotely tame and that is not going to help cover diva failings of higher quality for chance moments.

Carmella smash Becky into corner ladder who failed to sell the smash as Carmella flips a Hurricanarana very well to be centre focus setting and climbing the steel stairway.

Charlotte takes command and is now at the top as is the standard run through of Money in the Bank matches of everyone all over the place and getting their turns. The tired format is starting to really drain the momentum of all these specific ladder matches on repeat.

All were taken to the outside as Tamina, Nattie and Charlotte felt the Moonsault flip from Ms Flair to the outside. Carmella was back inside setting the ladder, which had the same stance of Carmella setting three times in five minutes, which doesn't make her look her best among the other show stealers. 

James Ellsworth climbs to the top of the ladder and unhooks the briefcase as he drops it to Carmella, who grabs the victory. The referees argue for a disputed restart as Carmella clutches the case. Fans are livid at the dodgy ending, as Carmella is announced by Ellsworth as the victor. The motion stands as legit in WWE absurd rules. Previously they have had unhooks but whoever holds it when on the ground is in charge. 

It was obvious but made Carmella look weak. 
WWE just made Carmella look highly weak and failed to reward Ellsworth, who was once more the MVP of the show.

So much for the female revolution when a man won the battle for someone else.

*Following on Smackdown LIVE a decision was made to strip Carmella and order a rematch this coming Tuesday. What a way to ruin the match, the female uprising and Carmella as a potential, future superstar.*

Lana was up next with a promo which was simply outstanding. Best short promo heard all year, as sweet as that. Simple and effortlessly delivered.

WWE Smackdown Tag Team Championship
The Uso's (c) Vs The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Big E)

New Day arrive, with Paige's pervy sex recording hoe, Xavier Woods.He banged it on WWE time. Ewww.. Trashy sex culture & toilet humour.

The stereotypical gangsta's from da hood, and a Cryme Time revival, The Uso's against the bland trash talkers New Day.

Trombone, close falls and clumsy, tired instances from Big E were very laboured messes than powerful poise. A running head spear into The Uso's with a double knee was poorly moved and missed by Big E that should never have been attempted.

Jimmy pull Jey out from Kofi pinfall. 

Uso's really tried their damnest to make it successful but it was absolutely rotten. 

Winners by countout New Day as Uso's made a tired and beat down retreat with intentional loss.

Lol another cheap ending. WWE are telling you exactly what they think of you. More repeats, phoning in and cheap endings. MITB is over.

They will probably put the Sarge with Jinder lolol. MITB But now getcha glow sticks out!

WWE Smackdown Women's Championship
Naomi (c) Vs Lana

Lana has returned to Smackdown Live over the last month and has been given the glamour puss Emmalina failed concept, which her entrance makes her look like a porn star. 

The return of Emma, no, Lanalina on Money in the Bank/Smackdown Live. Entrance makes her look like a porn star. Great brainwave Vince. :)

The female Fandango.

So should we expect Rusev to come in and pin Naomi and give Lana the title now?
Divas scraps and quick pinfalls.

So long away from the ring and just thrown in there is a huge ask and as much as Lana can succeed, right now, very inexperienced.

Looks like she's performing in her panties in a 'behind the window/slot machine' porn strip show.

Eva Marie is counting her blessings right now. She is having the last laugh at WWE.

Carmella arrives as Lana has Naomi down.
Carmella does the Dolph Ziggler running joke, cash in, no cash in. This is Vince's humour to troll the audience. He respects you.

It was enough of a distraction to cause Lana a submission loss to Naomi, who looked like a forgettable champion instead of a bold one with a hungry challenger and just a cheap brat goading her.

Wrong person one, and now Lana is dead in the wall as a threat in the Smackdown Women's Divison.

Every match has had a bad ending
Fashion Files. Miami Vice. Law and Order rip off's. Classic WWE bull fresh out of any real creative ideas.

Paul E's old brick phones.

Tyler no selling injury.

lol could it get any worse? A video tape of numbed speech. 

Up next were a random entry on the titantron. It was former Diva Search winner Maria Kanellis

Your debut at MITB, just walk on as Maria and Mike Bennett. Worse than that TNA Miracle crap. This soppy loveboat crap is trash. Boo's rang for Mr Bennett who now took Mrs Kanellis' name. Mike Kanellis, the soppy, dreamy sap so in love, gushing over his wife looked more than invariably weak and empty as a couple starting their new era in WWE. It was laughable at best.

Nauseating. Screechy. Cheap. Tacky. Crap music. Took her name.

No explanation why they were there and just turned up out of the blue. Whatever.

WWE Championship
Jinder Mahal (c) w/ The Singh Brothers Vs Randy Orton

Even in hometown Orton and Mahal are not main evening and the main is the useless male, toilet match with zero talent in it. Mahal's overcrazed celebrations, claims and terrible promos. 

Jinder can't make promo at all. Used for media, which is all WWE can do. WWE has lost all fans. Vince has lost his mind. Steroids bad.

Legends roll... and constant embarrassment, boozer and pervert Ric Flair. Way to ruin it all. And his daughter, in the mind. Wooo! Boring.
Singh Brothers and steroid junkie resembling a terrorist. Classy WWE as ever. 

Steroid abusing, terrorist themed junkie, the WWE champion, no less, a jobber who won the lottery and has no depth at all. WWE fails. 

Add James Ellsworth into the MITB now and make him win to save us ffs! That would have been better for WWE at this point, but they view Ellsworth as a comedy character instead of the only saving grace of heavyweight championship material that can really change WWE for the better. Once more WWE are fresh out of brains. Ratings have sunk. No explanation needed to see why.

Figure 4 Leg Lock by Mahal.

Randy Orton's one man show of Excellency.
Jinder Mahal's back acne is just distracting at this point. We all know what's up. Just waiting for the Wellness Policy violation.


Mahal still unable to take the double DDT drop with his knees being the focus of blocking the fall than taking the bump with clever transitions.


Leg placed on rope by a Singh.

Ejected from ringside to give Jinder, hidden on the outside some time.

The Singh's plan to attack the legends, grabbing Randy's dad as Ric jumps up to pose a punch before Randy Orton saves the day. That wasn't obvious.

Orton has slammed down The Singh's through tables and what not's outside. Jinder Mahal is still secretly out of sight as Randy Orton table elbows one of the Singh's through it. Jinder is back in the ring as he gets the cheap advantage over Randy Orton with a knee kick and arm drop. 

Is Jinder Mahal's knee kick and arm drop slam really that believable? A jobbers move in WWE's computer game GM mode lolol.

Tag Team
Fandango and Tyler Breeze Vs The Ascension

Just because. Mmmmm. X
Before that though, Fandango's chest :p Mmmmmm. Random match with The Ascension. HaHaHaHaHaHaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
Jumping punch knee, punch from Konnor on Breeze botch disastrous.

This was just an empty match to fill in the numbers. Breezango won. It was about 4 minutes.

Video package of previous Money in the Bank winners now. LOL. They edited out Damien Sandow. And CM Punk, of course. 

Money in the Bank
Six Pack Challenge
Sami Zayn Vs AJ Styles Vs Baron Corbin Vs Shinsuke Nakamura Vs Kevin Owens Vs Dolph Ziggler

MITB with Kevin Owens. HHH's favourite freebie gifted fatboy, acrobatic spot monkeys and foreign nobody. Bland. How could this actually be exciting? Well, Jinder Mahal couldn't main event either, could he?

Baron Corbin is the only option and even that is just poorly laughable and inconceivable. Zero talent and ignorant wasters. Gimmick jobbers. 

The Indy Darling mark fandom of flips and splits is here. And Owens rolling on the floor. How exciting.

The best part was Shinsucker F*ckamoron being taken out at the top of the ramp before getting into the battle. At least one piece of untranslatable, ignorant trash was dealt with imminently.

It was the typical Indy Darlings Ladder match. Kevin Owens falling over everywhere, Sami Zayn jumping around everywhere, AJ Styles adding to the cruiserweight spots and Shinsucker Fu*kamoron entirely unrelatable or of any presence. 

The two extra's jobber Dolph Ziggler and some random nobody who WWE hope big things for, treading water as an afterthought forgotten to be there, namely Baron Corbin, was not any level fulfilling.

Corbin, of course is WWE's only option to retain some credibility to boost a new star. This was leaked as plans three months back to boost him and tonight is WWE's only chance. All other's have failed or are entirely green and inable to carry the WWE brand. It was a ladder match of jobbers that proved Triple H's Indy fandom mark-ism is the most laughable categorical failure WWE has ever produced in recent memory. It is embarrassing. WWE continue to think it is good. The ratings have plummeted and 2017 will not improve. 

Baron Corbin predictably unhooked the case in a paltry main event with zero star quality involved. My. How WWE has sunk. HaHaHa. Ignorance is no virtue. Triple H's ignorant ego endorsements have all but ended WWE's future with such airhead decisions. 


PPV Rating - 1/10

Man/Woman of the PPV - James Ellsworth

Men/Women of their matches - Natalya, Jimmy Uso, Naomi, Randy Orton, Fandango, Baron Corbin

The first historic Divas Ladder Bank match was a categorical failure. Making history WWE say. Won by a man. Hilarious. Now, as a result of poor decision making, fans have turned to anger of being short-changed with bullsh*t that they want Carmella, someone they usually like to go forth, lose. This is not heat generating, this is plain stupidity costing future options. Road agents, bookers, writers and WWE have got their brains in their backsides, by the seems of it. That's what happens when you add talentless budget 'wrestlers' to come up with a random 'idea' or nepotistic offspring's who want to feel happy as a fan in the inner circle. Laughable at its very best is WWE's corporate culture of the airhead era. 

It lacked credibility, depth and any sense to build a new star approach for an already dwindling future. The Smackdown Women's division has also suffered another knock as a result. Proof by WWE, that they believe men are far superior to women. 

Naomi has become a minor, lost in the shuffle plus one, who wields the championship trinket as accessory. WWE's booking has made its leading star of the ladies be a random floater, who should be a powerfully honourable champion. She was a boring afterthought alongside the verbally exquisite but god awful in-ring greenery that is pornstar wannabe attire Lana.

As long as James Ellsworth finally gets hands on the WWE title instead of that goof Jinder Mahal the better. WWE failed a whole year. They won't do it. That shows how WWE have lost all creative minds. Call me! HaHaHa!
Vince's idea of looking like giving the fans what they want and using 'female empowerment' message which he doesn't actually believe in, nor has a place in WWE land.

The Uso's also suffered tonight. More of a guessing game still of which Uso is which and looking like gangsta crims Cryme Time with racial profile stereotyping was not a good look. They were actually very good and held the match together, but WWE used them to push New Day forward, who are uber stale non-entities. Though they are more prominent than the tag champs, who are there by default. How embarrassing. 

The card was an expose of WWE as a sham more than it intends. People will see how phoney and empty this card and breath of 'talent' is. Lacking skills, depth and creative instances, the PPV, constantly repetitive and devoid of any entertainment was such an embarrassment for WWE. Sunk to the depths of the irreparable ignorance, WWE has gorged on useless 'talents' from Triple H's fandom mark obsession of one tape viewing hard-ons and no actual vision. The show is a sh*t shower and without the right people on board, WWE is following the Dixie Carter-TNA, Titanic way of production. No one will truly miss it.

That's WWE's problem though, not mine, isn't it?

Many missed opportunities. This was Lana's one and only chance to make good on her claims and defeat Naomi to rise above. She didn't and was utterly weak hence forth on that cannot make the gimmick work. Naomi needs the title, so it was a lose-lose situation all round for both and the actual title.

Fandango and Tyler Breeze have been disliked by WWE but after last month's surprise to them that the team are liked in their recent Fashion Police rubbish, WWE have changed tack. It took them long enough, and now, it is an afterthough, toilet humour, missed op again, than a full on interest booster. Classic WWE. The only highlight was Fandango's topless body selling the action for five minutes.

Randy Orton was the hometown hero who became the heavyweight championship sap. Orton is their biggest superstar (John Cena is divisive, Orton is talented) and often disregarded as fodder. Even when carrying the pitiful company decisions on his shoulders, Orton is always short-changed. WWE's five star worker still makes Jinder Mahal and The Singh's have a place, but is excruciatingly hard work. They don't have 'it' at all. Jobbers as champions. How did WWE honestly think this could work, even as a PR/Marketing move for media attention, which is what WWE seems to be obsessed with under the Triple H delusion programme of headlines instead of headline acts. The man's ego continues to drain the product.

It looks as though Vince McMahon is, slowly, removing all NXT failings and is clearly upset none are pulling their weight. Yet Vince has decided over three years to endorse that ignorance and hope it would work. It has failed and he knows it but hates to admit it. Not one NXT superstar has been a roving success and Triple H's business acumen (what of it) has not got the brains or egotistical willpower to align with the greatest opportunities that will benefit the future. Any other employee would have been fired many moons ago. The damage has already been done and McMahon's failure to listen and act at the very time of necessity has put WWE's future under Triple H's maniacal ego in very dark waters. Is that a rescue boat on the horizon? You have the whistle. Will you blow?

Baron Corbin. Aye aye aye. Three years treading water, jobber programmes over the last year with Dolph Ziggler and a random acrobats, Indy darling ladder mess to gain a top spot by default. How embarrasing.  Such a superstar failing to materialise. Roman Reigns comes to mind here. 

WWE's landscape is dreadful and there does not seem to be an hope in sight. How long can WWE keep kidding themselves within their family feud trying to be all lovey dovey to make Triple H feel like a natural McMahon with talent? Awww. Diddums. Lose the ego b*tch. You might just survive the storm. It's all in your hands, isn't it?

Stock down, operating at a measly $20 a share, and the coming return of John Cena switching from Smackdown to Raw next month won't save WWE. Cena, now billed as a "free agent" which was never the case because he was exclusive to the Smackdown brand shows how desperate WWE are. Moving him to the Raw brand in July and hoping to increase failed ratings won't work. Cena is part of the problem with fans. No one wants the same old, but when Vince and co fail the future because they haven't understood how to make it work from Max Waltham's directions (which can never be replicated) McMahon veers to the past to try and claw something back. Now whose picking up the crumbs? McMahon could have it all, but thinks he is too big to retract. He sees it as a weakness, yet the WWE has been demolished by its own internal failings and ignorant future hoarding of non-entities. Wonderful.

Even the Cena-free agent bullcrap isn't legit. Cena is not free, but, hey, WWE don't do creative anymore and it is also an admission that they have no actual stars worthy of the main event. It's been at least a decade since WWE entered its 'new star creation problems' mode through its own lack of trying.  Cena will return to Raw in July to destroy Bray Wyatt. Good luck with that. 

Oh well, it's your problem now, isn't it, not mine? Of all the hiring's they make, WWE can figure out which one they need. It only takes one success to survive and get back on top. WWE seem to forget loyalty, honesty, how much was paved for them and the disdain of its egotistical hate. WWE will be their own worst enemy. There is no future and 2017 is in decline. There doesn't seem to be much hope for 2018 and beyond, either, at this rate. WWE need to act swift and get on with it instead of dithering lunacy and have real conversations on change. Or simply sink.
You're Welcome.

© Max Waltham 26 June 2017
All Rights Reserved

Saturday, 10 June 2017

WWE Extreme Rules 2017

WWE Extreme Rules 2017

Once again WWE opened its Extreme Rules PPV, live on Sunday 4th June, 2017 from the Royal Farms Arena, in Baltimore, Maryland. It was exclusive to the Raw brand. With another named Pay Per View with simple card layout, stipulations galore and lacking talent with old hat performers and absent champions, would or even could WWE be able to survive its extremely dense booking? 

Let's find out.

WWE Intercontinental Championship
Dean Ambrose (c) Vs The Miz w/ Maryse

Failed second run.
The boredom of the Intercontinental Championship continues. Resident sap The Miz against even more of a sap that has been all but destroyed by WWE booking, Dean Ambrose. WWE have no one else to fill the void of challenger or champion holder for the sake of it.

The action was once more boring, tepid and pitiful typecasting that has all but evaporated Dean Ambrose as anything meaningful any longer. Two failed IC title runs and a disastrous WWE championship last year from WWE amid growing concerns from this writer have finally ended Ambrose as a main event or compelling mid card star.

His opponent, The Miz, forever a plain weasel with no style, paltry action and the use of his wife to help him out, with yet another lukewarm title holding exercise, does not bode well for anyone in WWE's future. The Miz, of course, won the title once again. The setting is officially still cursed and empty of any charisma. It encourages no feeling at all to its lacking hype. This was simply filler to WWE's very painful cracks ripping its walls apart.

Tag Team
Rich Swann and Sasha Banks Vs Noam Dar and Alicia Fox

Pathetic perverts and druggies.
A pre-show show moved into the main card as filler because the card has no other performers should be warning sign for WWE enough. Laboured, sloppy and pathetic spots of no value of another repetitive formula in WWE, with a match fitting enough for the secondary TV shows, was another puerile embarrassment. 

The only highly was drug enhancing steroid abuser, who still has not served her suspension for 30 days since last Summer, Sasha 'blanks' Banks, taking down ignorant sex pervert and closet homosexual midget Noam Dar. The love angle couples is so sad even for WWE. 

Rich Swann and Sasha Banks won this nothing match that should not have aired and has harmed WWE even more than usual at how it structures p*ss poor card events and expect fans to pay for it.

Ignorant British homosexual Noam Dar, has caused controversy in WWE once more with naked picture leaks and posing for gay selfies sent to other people for seedy sex almost exposing his manhood. This is WWE's finest perverted production. To think this is aimed at kids, too. It also disgraces the LGBT community as they are not all this way. Why Triple H thought this midget was a successful acquisition who has done nothing in his time, makes up the numbers and is injury prone all the time again taints WWE's image and purse strings. How sad.

WWE Raw Women's Championship
Kendo Stick on a Pole
Alexa Bliss (c) Vs Bayley

Another yawn fest in the overly drawn out feud already just one month born, with both performers so lacking in style or passion. 

After years of 'on a pole' jokes from audience fans and critics of WWE for being so loose on its ideas, tonight they put a Kendo Stick on one to seem a bit hardcore to get the girls over. It didn't work.

Both females are once more treading water, highly inexperienced for the main stage and victims of overly green call ups rushed through developmental territory turned into Triple H's egotistical playpen 'brand' NXT, which seems not to be focused on training anymore. The results on the main roster have been self evident over the past four years. The ratings support such failings. Triple H's ego won't learn. WWE is sinking ever more fast than ever before and a future looks less than promising under this lacking business, err, strategy.

It was a simple divas match with a few moments of get the stick, not get the stick, everyone take their turn to build some 'ooh-ahh' moments that were simply overdone and wasteful. Both divas could not live up to that pressure placed onto them which should not have had such a lame theme added.

Bayley continues to be lame and an afterthought who just happens to be there to raise divas numbers. Her opponent, Alexa Bliss, is still very green, lukewarm and lacking powerful in-ring presence as a wrestler. She may have some fan following as the best of a bad bunch, but is still way too inexperienced to carry the main brand or title, but there is no one else available either, which hilarious shames WWE's failed diva come women's revolution 'thing'.

The players may have changed but the outcome is still the same, and it is poorer than every for a future to try and encourage as game changing. Alexa Bliss is the best of a bad bunch on the Raw brand, which saw her retain the worthless trinket of no importance. The action was insanely exhausting to watch. Bayley naturally took a heavy beating afterwards. Bayley, a kiddie favourite, could not wield a beating onslaught on Bliss, could she? 

WWE Raw Tag Team Championship
Tag Team
Cesaro and Sheamus Vs The Hardy Boyz (c)

The returning oldies, with Jeff Hardy working injured, and an inconceivable title run that has been excruciatingly underwhelming title holding only (as standard practice in WWE with everyone these days) did not elevate anyone tonight. 

Cesaro is always the star that WWE hate for being talented in his own right. Saddled with Sheamus and fully nasty now, the show was poor, despite Cesaro's best efforts to sell everyone else. H looked a stooge and the other three are still not anything other than boring, washed up, old timers or lost youth catching up with WWE's disastrous booking committee.

After another long winded bout, Cesaro and Sheamus scaled the cage to become the new WWE Raw tag champs. It should have been amazing, but was simply an afterthought despite having one half of the best performers back on top to gear the tainted tag division to new heights again.

The Hardyz naturally provided all the monkey jumping spots to get some cheap heat again. It was not awesome.

The only highlight was Cesaro's pert backside, in a professional and tastefully entertaining, in-action moment that stole the whole interest of this utterly lame PPV in concept and implementation. 

WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Neville (c) Vs Austin Aries

The long running feud between the pair of Neville and ignorant shrimp Austin Aries continued to drag on. Worn out from its inception months ago as a novelty act, the battles have been nothing but embarrassing toilet breaks. Nothing has changed and tonight was no exception. It did not shine WWE's so called 'little man power surge' once more that sees many continue to call for the Cruiserweight division to be depleted as it never should have been revived.

It is a dead horse failing to drink from the camel's oasis.

The typical jumpy acrobatics continued, in the Indy darlings bounce around teaser to fill the intermission before the real action arrives. That's the role of the division. To fill in before the important stuff. It has no place and is costing WWE way too much money just to change the ropes to purple so Triple H can feel special with his ignorant darlings called up so greenly to satisfy his failed business ego trip.

Neville retained in another useless match which was made into a submission. What a laugh.

Fatal 5 Way
Number One Contendership
Roman Reigns Vs Seth Rollins Vs Finn Balor Vs Bray Wyatt Vs Samoa Joe

Face of WWE. Thrilling.
WWE's answer to everything, throw all the main guys they want at the top of the roster out in a random free for all and hope for the best. This was pathetically laughable to watch. Once more built on the essence of thrills and spills all over, with spots used literally every second to cover the lacking entertainment values or wrestling prestige, it was just embarrassing for a main event.

The absentee, the champion, no less, Brock Lesnar will defend his WWE Universal Championship, against the winner of this battle. Who really cares?

Cruiserweights as main event
laughing stock.
Thrills and spills. This was a cruiserweights match up with aerial 'stuff' among bigger, more lumbering masses. (And weedy stickman Finn Balor). Everyone had their turn to do something. (Can't wait for Money in the Bank next month). Zzzzz.

Roman Reigns running knee striked Seth Rollins. Rollins did high dives from the top rope and tables outside were broken. Reigns Speared Finn Balor through the ever predictable fall apart partition at the corner barricade at ringside with the crowd. Oooh! It's so hardcore! Or a tiring bore. Used every single year, this is as boring as WWE's laid on spread that fails to do anything new. WWE are fresh out of ideas.

Acrobatics again. Zzzzz.
When they weren't phoning it in, not really bothering to wrestle and just do the WWE blueprint script of actions, the match saw Bray Wyatt have his spooky moments, before being completely demystified by WWE's hate fuelled dropping of momentum as signposting hate.

Samoa Joe, a random plus one, plus size Triple  H favourite, who was called up three months back and has done absolutely nothing just like Kevin Owens, won the match after submitting the ever useless acrobat, Finn Balor, who as the ignorant weed he is, simply passed out.

Instead of Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins or even Bray Wyatt, WWE chose Triple H's fandom favourites that continue to claw down WWE's business model and failed entertainment that has all but crippled its ratings. WWE don't care and fans continue to leave after WWE failed to learn why the numbers keep dropping. It's not working.

PPV Rating - 1/10

Men/Women of their matches - The Miz, No-one was good enough, Alexa Bliss, Cesaro, Neville, Seth Rollins

Man/Woman of the PPV - Cesaro

Inconceivable that Samoa Joe, some random from TNA, is now a number one contender, since doing nothing of value on the roster and plodding along with a chance opportunity 'cos Triple H wants him to lead. Hilarious. Joe has no transferable quality's, has lame entrance music, no presence or charisma and is vacuously out of shape that cannot justify any talent as a leading figure of the company. Many believe he was only chosen (apart from Triple H's erratic hard on) because he is fat and the mighty Brock Lesnar needs some bulk to battle with. Good luck with that. Joe doesn't stand a chance, when Lesnar can be bothered to earn his millions by turning up once in a blue moon. The hilarity of a champion not even there in desperate times of WWE need, and a championship with zero credibility since its birth or title holders devaluating it, is another grand concept of WWE's erratic failures. Joe was the 'focus' of the show. Isn't that saying something when the main thought is a random jobber taking away from some of WWE's mainstream named superstars. 

Typecast repeats.
The Miz is constantly stuck to the IC title as WWE have no options left. Opponents and champions are empty handed in WWE and it is the same repetitive feud on either brand. Boring is not the word. WWE have stained all involved and whatever title used to be iconic is now simply idiotic. All emphasis has been drained from it entirely.

Alexa Bliss is tame and lukewarm. Bayley is pathetic and uselessly tepid. The action, story and meaning is not there and no competition in WWE's Raw divas roster can elevate this disastrous repeat of random title holding boredoms. 

Neville and the Cruiserweight Championship will should have been resigned last year and never brought back perfectly embodies that thought with its lacking event tonight and before it. The same old boredoms, a failed acrobatics waste of time every week/month and zero competition with any depth or charisma once more taints WWE with Triple H's insanely ignorant ego failing to listen or act correctly for the business as is his cheap slogan of constant failure in NXT 'experiments'. Not one act from the NXT call up has been a resounding success in WWE, despite being given titles and high booking favouritism beyond talent.

The tag pre-show thing was simply ludicrous, pathetic and senseless. Highly ignorant, full off steroid abusing women and lukewarm interaction, it was a waste of time.

Delightful saving grace.
The only highlight became Cesaro's amazingly pert and simply beautiful derriere, regardless of sexuality, that was a good sign of stardom, as well as entertaining. Again Cesaro has all the makings, but WWE are all out of ideas with hate and snarl. He and his booty outshone everyone and everything on the card to make something bearable in a poor and pitiful card of boredom, repeats and lacking direction yet again as is standard WWE procedure. The Hardyz were once more boring and shouldn't have bothered coming back. They are highly overrated and it is sad to see nostalgia on WWE at such a desperate time for them and WWE, to try and stay relevant. 

WWE's shows have been earning the lowest ever ratings over just the last month for both its main shows. What an embarrassment. WWE continue to avoid the issue, writing, creative people, or simple action and stars that will make fans rejoice. Blubbering ignorance or slow, out of shape and boring stars like Joe, Reigns, Balor, Strowman or Kevin Owens'es are WWE's highly ignorant delusion on Triple H's obsessively useless ego to feel part of the McMahon family as creative and business genius. Fans left when Triple H threw in all of his failed NeXT projects. His ego is the biggest problem WWE face.

All green, inexperienced (even if they have been on the indie circuit as fans blindly cheerlead, which Triple H, the mark, agrees to get popularity) these stars are out of their depth. No skill, lost in the WWE way of performance and a tame Indy representation that was needed but became too much, exposed WWE and the stars so useless, WWE have misunderstood its business model in modern times. Trying to be me but not with me has cost dearly. Fans have left and continue to realise WWE is not the place to waste their drained lifestyle. Stock is also dropping, even if WWE invest their own capital into it to seem on top.

New WWE future with imbecilic decisions not working out.

Samoa Joe was inconceivable and with any luck will be destroyed by Brock Lesnar next PPV. Even so, it was a poor PPV result that makes no sense or meaning to random Kevin Owens chubsters favouritism by Triple H's fandom freebies club.

In seclusion.
The champion, Brock Lesnar, still fills up milk cartons with his no shows. Missing and unable to defend or even have a championship presence, and not in tune with the WWE 'Universe' as its championship is meant to be, is another categorical embarrassment for WWE. they have no competition nor any stars to be champions.

All championships are officially zapped by WWE of any legitimacy and have no essence or being in worthy acquisitions after Triple H's made game playing of ignorance and devaluing freebies for marketing lunacy.

All WWE PPV's are becoming just another show like its poorly repetitive with empty, nonsensical TV shows and a plain embarrassment. WWE is sunk right now. They will do nothing to repair its wreckage. their ideas are fresh out of water and it does not have the staff to survive the follow ups. That's down to WWE's stubborn and nasty behaviour of hate, than realising what helps. Ego fester's WWE with a toxic distress.

All in all, one thing is clear. 

Who cares?

You're Welcome.

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