Saturday, February 17, 2018

WWE 205 Live February 13, 2018 Results and Review HHH Takes Over

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From what all the news sites have stated this past few weeks, you’ll find that HHH has taken over the show of 205 Live. He’s changing things up and letting more wrestling go on. It has shown, and we are going to be talking about this week’s show.

WWE 205 Live February 13, 2018 Results and Review


Mark Andrews defeated Akira Tozawa

Another round in the tournament went forward and Mark Andrews impressed me. He was flying through the air, and hitting Tozawa with just about everything. The ending was great, with Tozawa getting his finisher on Andrews, only to get rolled up and not let go of the submission and he ended up losing.

Drew Gulak defeated Tony Nese

Wow, this was insane. Gulak threw down technical wrestling, with Tony Nese getting some great offense, but not enough to stop Gulak’s constant onslaught. He would eventually put Nese into his finishing submission, and would get him to go to sleep. What a fight this was, and Gulak is not just another job guy, he’s the real deal.

The 205 Live Show has gotten way better since Enzo Amore has left, and that’s kind of sad. I liked the entertainment value of Enzo Amore, and the Zo train, but alas, that’s the end of that. Great show, go back and see this.

WWE Smackdown Live February 18, 2018 Results and Review The Same Show Every Week

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Another week, another Smackdown that showed off the same old BS.

WWE Smackdown Live February 18, 2018 Results and Review


The opening match was supposed to be Ziggler and Corbin, but it never started. Owens and Zayn beat up Corbin. But where was Tye Dillinger? Oh well.

Charlotte Flair defeated Sarah Logan

Lots of people thought this was the worst match of the week, but I liked this. Flair was good, and was able to carry Sarah Logan during this match, and it was fun to watch for me. I liked the way it all went down, and eventually it ended with Flair spiking Logan and getting the win. I didn’t hate this match, and though that Flair really did well with Logan, and that finale was great.

Baron Corbin defeated Kevin Owens

This was ok, and Owens lost, so Corbin gets into the main event of Fastlane. I’m bored with this.

Bobby Roode’s Open Challenge

Nothing happened here besides a bunch of people answering and no match happening. Randy Orton and Jinder Mahal came in, and it was Jinder Mahal that ended up getting the biggest pop here with his finisher on everyone.

The New Day defeated Shelton Benjamin and Chad Gable

This was boring. The New Day won.

Dolph Ziggler defeated Sami Zayn

This was a boring match for me, and I knew who would win. Sami Zayn loses, and that’s that.

Smackdown is so predictable right now, and yet they have so much talent. Tye Dillinger should be running in to interfere because he lost his title shot, but here we are, no Tye Dillinger yet again. The top 10 rankings are BS too. This whole show felt awful.

WWE Monday Night Raw February 12, 2018 Later Than Ever

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I watched the WWE Monday Night Raw show on Tuesday morning, but I wasn’t able to get to the review until today. Starting next week, I’ll be spending more time writing on time, but for now, you 2 readers, here we go.

WWE Monday Night Raw February 12, 2018 Results and Review


John Cena defeated The Miz

The match was above standard and it opened the show. The Miz was able to put on a lot of offense but Cena hit the super AA and it was all over. The Miz definitely threw down his best match, but it was Cena that would conquer the Hollywood Star yet again. I loved the match, and it was a great opener for me.

The Revival defeated The Club Sandwich Boys

This was a boring, short match. The Club Sandwich Boys lose again. I don’t care about them.

Bayley defeated Sasha Banks

This was another good match, and it’s not as good as their NXT feud, but it was a good fight none-the-less. I liked the way that the two went back and forth, with Sasha Banks playing up the fact that she is the boss. I’d love to hang out with her someday, and just shoot the breeze. She seems like a cool chick. Bayley too, we could talk wrestling all day. Either way, this match ended with Bayley getting the win, and it was a good match. Afterwards, Nia Jax jumped the two.

Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville defeated Alexa Bliss and Mickie James

This wasn’t a great match, and it was short. Bliss and James lose this one, but it wasn’t half bad for what it was.

Braun Strowman beat up Elias

Elias came out to throw in a musical performance, but Braun Strowman showed up and hit him with a bass, and that was that.

Roman Reigns defeated Sheamus

Not a terrible match, but I wonder how bad Sheamus’ neck is. Not as bad as I thought, since he was in here with the Big Dog getting through a quality match.

Finn Balor and Seth Rollins defeated 5 others to get into the Elimination Chamber Match

I didn’t pay nearly as much attention as I’d liked to for this one, and well, the end was Finn and Rollins pinning a guy at the same time. I didn’t care, but they are now in the Elimination Chamber, which is fine, I guess?

Overall, the night of Raw was missing the 205 Live guys, but it had a lot of great action, and it was worth watching all 3 hours instead of the HULU edition.

Friday, February 9, 2018

WWE Smackdown February 6, 2018 Results and Review The Same Old Thing Continues

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People used to think that Smackdown was the better show. I disagree. This is just another WWE program that is kind of boring, and it showed with the way that the show pushed through the same old BS that they are always going through. Don’t believe me? Well, let’s consider what went on this week.

WWE Smackdown Live February 6, 2018 Results and Review


The opening of Smackdown features the Daniel Bryan top 10 list which featured the people that you’d expect, without Rusev. Rusev gets the most attention and fan fare, and yet the WWE doesn’t seem to listen.

Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan open the show together and they are talking about random BS and how Daniel Bryan is living vicariously through Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens. Bryan denies it, and we start the show.

Charlotte Flair defeated Liv Morgan


This was an easy match for Flair. Morgan was able to gain the upper hand a few times, but it wasn’t that great. Charlotte Flair fought and won, within a short span. I love Flair, and would love to hang out with her and interview her for this blog. Liv Morgan needs a lot more time to develop, but Flair is grand here.

The Bludgeon Brothers defeated JOBBERS


The Brothers win. Ok.

The Usos Cut A Promo


The USOS are good on the mic, and well, they need more challengers.

Bobby Roode defeated Rusev


It was RUSEV DAY and yet Bobby Roode didn’t care. This was a good back and forth match, with Rusev throwing down some great points, but it was Roode that would get the final win with his Glorious DDT. This was a good television match, mind you, not great, but it had my attention, and Rusev loses clean in the US Title Match.

Shelton Benjamin and Chad Gable defeated The Ascension


Not a bad match, but not a great one either. The Ascension did throw in some great overall offense, and found the overall fight to be good, but Gable and Benjamin would not be stopped and they get the win. I like that team and think they should get more chances to get the titles, I would watch them in nearly any type of match. They should get a street fight in with the Usos.

Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn ended in a No Contest


This match was a brawl from start to finish. Zayn and Owens put each other through many of their classic moves, and it wasn’t half bad. Owens would end up on the losing end at one point and out came Aj Styles to fight Zayn and Owens, and that was that. At the end of the match, it was thrown out and Bryan threw out that the guys would play in Fastlane.

This night wasn’t that good. It was ok. I liked it a little, but it seemed far too short and missed a lot of different people on the roster.

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

WWE Monday Night Raw February 6, 2018 Results and Review Walk With Elias

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Three hours of WWE showed up in Iowa and from what I heard, it was snowy outside, but hot on the inside, just like a baked Alaska dessert. Right? Ok, bad joke, but let’s talk about the greater good of Raw, or the not-so greater good, as the three hour event came to television last night from Iowa, and I watched all of it. Here we go, let’s all walk with Elias and review WWE Monday Night Raw!

WWE Monday Night Raw February 6, 2018 Results and Review

Roman Reigns defeated Bray Wyatt


It was exactly what you thought it would be, and it was awfully good. The match wasn’t half bad, with both guys working their best with a passion for the business and a focus on hitting hard, and getting the crowd into it. Every move hit, every look and more was great here, and Roman Reigns won big. Roman Reigns won, and Bray Wyatt eats another pin, then gets deleted!

Finn Balor and Karl Anderson defeated Revival


The Revival was buried. That’s right, the Revival gets buried by Finn Balor and Karl Anderson, and that’s the end of that. Not a long match.

Cedric Alexander and Mustafa Ali defeated Drew Gulak and Tony Nese


Not a fast match, not a long one, just a great amount of action and that’s it. There was a lot of holds by Gulak and Nese, while Ali and Alexander tried to throw around their high flying moves. It wasn’t half bad, but it wasn’t great either. It was good enough if you ask me. A quick match with Maverick Drake on the mic, which was a nice change of pace.

Asuka defeated Bayley


This match was a good one, with Bayley hanging on for dear life at times, but throwing down Asuka’s offense as well. Asuka gave her some serious respect after the match by shaking her hand, but this was a great showcase for both women. Bayley is far better in ring than Sasha Banks at times, and it’s interesting to see the two matches back to back. Asuka is just amazing here.

The Miz defeated Apollo Crews


Crews was the young gun here and The Miz played smart veteran. The Miz won after capitalizing on a mistake that Crews made. Apollo Crews was making a lot of mistakes here, and it’s interesting to see how the whole match was put together. Crews would get the loss, but he still looked strong overall.

Cesaro and Sheamus defeated Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns via DQ


This was a good overall tag match, lots of action, some good back and forth, but it was not the night for The Shield. Jason Jordan came out and messed up the match for the Shield and they got disqualified. That was the end of those guys getting title shots, and we’ll have to see who is next for The Bar here. I’m not sure where it’s going to go.

Nia Jax defeated Vanessa Floyd


Jax beat down a jobber.

Mickie James defeated Sonya Deville


Another match that featured a veteran in ring performer taking on a rookie and making her pay. Sonya Deville was able to get a good deal of offense, but it was Mickie James that impressed me here. She’s quick, and was able to counter some of Deville’s offense, eventually getting a roll up win. After the match she got beat down by the Absolution crew, but Alexa Bliss came out to save her.

Elias defeated Braun Strowman and John Cena


Elias and Cena ganged up on Strowman and threw him out of the ring many times, and even hitting an AA on the steps. Elias and Cena battled for the most part of the match, and it was interesting how well this turned out. Elias would get the big win, but only after Strowman hit Cena with his running power slam, and that was that.

Afterwards Strowman left both men on the mat, but the end came with Elias pinning Cena. I kid you not. Cena is pinned by Elias!

This night of Raw had a lot more wrestling than most weeks, and I loved it. I actually enjoyed this week’s Raw, including the women’s matches, and that main event with a great ending, as I’m walking with Elias!

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