Tonight marks the go home edition of Smackdown Live in the build to this year’s edition of Money in the Bank, as the blue brand airs live from Memphis, Tennessee. Hopefully, tonight’s show can top the mediocre effort from RAW last
While many have their complaints about the sheer amount of wrestling content that the WWE airs on a weekly basis, we have to face the fact that neither RAW nor Smackdown are getting shorter any time soon. In fact, with
Saturday evening, I made the trip to Calgary, Alberta for P.W.A Nemesis. Expectations for the event were high heading into the event; featuring an appearance by Shane “The Hurricane” Helms, the night was headlined by P.W.A’s first-ever Three Stages of Hell match, with “The
Last week’s RAW was unsuprisingly mediocre. Good in-ring work doesn’t compensate for garbage storytelling. No doubt remains heading into Money in the Bank – this will be predicated on in-ring action, not storyline payoff. Weird for a wrestling show, right?
Before we go any further, see what I did with the title, guys? Brief Case? Briefcase? Nah, it’s over your heads. On Sunday, June 17th, WWE will air Money in the Bank live from the Allstate Arena in Chicago. For the second