Over The Limit recap
â€œDaniel Bryan! CM Punk!â€, â€œYes! Yes! Yes!â€ and â€œThis is awesome!â€ chants filled the arena last night as Daniel Bryan and CM Punk put on the single greatest wrestling match since Chris Benoit and Kurt Angle locked horns over a decade ago. As expected as it was, so too was the ending we got to last nightâ€™s Over the Limit pay-per-view.
Lawsuits and firings.
WWE has been treading the line between sports entertainment and televised business model since CM Punk delivered his infamous shoot promo last summer, and tonight was an example of what Punk was talking about when he mentioned arse-kissing and yes-men (Daniel Bryan pun not intended). In short, the majority of tonightâ€™s Raw left me scrolling through Twitter
Before I get this review started, I want to address something which has been a pretty big deal since WrestleMania - crowd reactions. At the end of the day the crowd in Miami really set the bar high for every crowd who has the pleasure of seeing WWE live. This leads me into the content of my blog entry this week - Detroit really let the recent string of great crowds down, and it had a significant
Brock 3, Cena 0. Why three and not two you ask? Itâ€™s simple (and effective, much like Lesnar); The Pain (as he shall be known herein) made Cena bleed in a single UFC-inspired punch five minutes into tonightâ€™s Raw, subsequently breaking the PG tag which Vince and his cronies have worked so hard to maintain over the past few years. Okay, so maybe itâ€™s jumping the gun to say
Updated 04-11-2012 at 10:30 AM by ComingToCinemas
And I thought WrestleMania was greatâ€¦
I expected something special from the fallout of WrestleMania, but tonightâ€™s Raw was truly epic. I expected a great Rocky speech (which we got), and I expected Jericho/Punk to continue (which we got), but a Brock Lesnar return was a great shock to me. Many of those reading this probably expected it from reading Ryan Clarkâ€™s
In the interest of WrestleMania XXVIII living up to its hype, WWE seemed content at keeping the action on the microphone tonight rather than in the ring. For every main event match we got an equally main event promo â€“ ignoring the Hell in a Cell- based one that dully closed the show. Good or bad, promos ruled Raw tonight so thatâ€™s what this blog will feature heavily.
Updated 03-20-2012 at 02:34 AM by Rated_R(ob)KO
Hey there, just another Raw blog entry for your eyes to see and judge. Enjoy.
Disappointed - This is the one word which describes my feelings on tonight's Raw. I figured that since last week we saw nothing new in the Rock v Cena rivalry that tonight we might get something interesting. All we really got was a few laughs and welcome return to a side of John Cena we haven't seen in
Updated 03-13-2012 at 10:30 AM by Frank
Hey people, me again with another blog on Raw (and for that one guy last week who decided to read blogs about Raw before actually seeing the show, *SPOILER ALERT*).
I think I'm safe from disagreements when I say that we saw a lot of The Rock and John Cena, but not too much was actually said. On top of that we got a pretty decent match from the Championship match competitors (although
I donâ€™t need a long winded intro to say this. Hell in a Cell, WrestleMania.
Iâ€™ll say it again. Hell in a Cell. Again? HELL in a CELL! Once more? HELL IN A CELL!!
For years WWE have been looking for a way to move the Attitude Era into the history books, and they have hit the bullseye with how theyâ€™re gonna do it. Undertaker and Triple H are the last two superstars
Updated 02-21-2012 at 02:45 AM by Frank
Hello all, me again. As per usual I'm going to review Raw from my own personal perspective. As the title would suggest, tonight's Raw seemed heavy on the promos and video packages. It was. But we also got a fun main event and even Khali managed to not suck in a match (he was carried by Randy Orton to be completely fair though). Anyway, let's get this started.
Raw was indeed heavy
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