Date: May 23, 2018
Location: Full Sail University, Winter Park, Florida
Commentators: Nigel McGuinness, Percy Watson, Mauro Ranallo
The build to Chicago is slowly taking form with Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch looking likely to challenge for the Tag Team Titles. Other than that, we really don’t have anything set up yet. That being said, NXT has an amazing track record of being able to catch up in a hurry so it’s not like they’re in any real trouble. Let’s get to it.
I skipped the past 2 RAW shows entirely (watched some youtube clips of the more interesting matches) and watched the past 2 SD shows mostly via FF button, instead focused on NXT and NJPW (plus a little oldschool show here and there), and am way more positive and more “in love” with wrestling since years easily.
I think every frustrated smark/hardcore wrestling fan should really try this approach, to keep the spirits up
You could be like me and just watch old wrestling on the Network and then review current PPVs. I'm much happier than when I was suffering through 4 hours of RAW or whatever it is now.
NXT is tonight, featuring Ricochet & Velveteen Dream vs. Lars Sullivan and Lacey Evans vs. Kairi Sane.
- The first round matches for the upcoming WWE UK tournament have been announced.
- PWInsider has confirmed that all WWE specials will be four hours as standard beginning with Money In The Bank.
- Jason Jordan is scheduled to return to WWE TV imminently.
You know what to do…
Monday Night Raw
Date: December 22, 2003
Hosts: Jonathan Coachman, Jerry Lawler
It’s the end of the year and thankfully that means we’re having a week off. This week it’s a Best Of 2003 special, which could be a rather short show. Unfortunately this is just a Best Of Raw show, meaning you’re going to be hearing a lot from HHH and a lot about the Eric Bischoff Era, which is still running strong. Let’s get to it.
September 1, 1991
From the Portland Civic Center in Portland, ME
Your hosts are Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan.
In action this week are the Natural Disasters, Mr. Perfect, Jim Duggan, and Skinner. Plus, the SummerSlam Report and more!
August 31, 1991
From the Worcester Centrum in Worcester, MA
Your hosts are Vince McMahon and Roddy Piper. We learn something happened at the Savage/Elizabeth Wedding Reception as Piper goes off on a rant about Jake Roberts and says Sid Justice saved the situation from getting worse.
This week in action are Big Bossman, Ted DiBiase, and Hacksaw Jim Duggan. Plus, Bobby Heenan as guest on the “Funeral Parlor” and a SummerSlam Report.
WWE 205 Live
22nd May 2018
Commentators: Vic Joseph, Nigel McGuinness and Percy Watson
We’re back on U.S. soil, grapple fans, as 205 Live gets back to its regular routine. Can any of the usual suspects build some momentum? Will any of the exhausted, post-SmackDown viewers care? Let’s find out!
WWE.com NXT Preview
Current WWE Money in the Bank PPV Lineup
Highspots Ask the Elite from 11/3/17
You can listen to the entire interview below