WWE Backlash Predictions

The Greatest Royal Rumble has absolutely ruined the build up for this PPV, and that’s a damn shame given what it could have been.

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It’s the first PPV of WWE’s new co-branded era, or at least that’s what that god awful music video keeps telling me on a seemingly daily basis. Seriously, who’s idea was that? Because they seriously need to reconsider their line of work.

If you haven’t seen it already then please, grab some popcorn and enjoy the below video, because it’s pure comedy gold but for all the wrong reasons.

Anyway, with that monstrosity behind us let’s get on with some predictions.

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ITV commissions new 10-part wrestling series

After months of rumours and a stop-start production, ITV have finally announced World of Sport Wrestling (WOS Wrestling).

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The statement reads:

“ITV has commissioned a new 10-part wrestling series from ITV Studios Entertainment. 
WOS Wrestling (10 x ‘60)  will be jam-packed with the UK’s top names in the sport, competing in a fun-filled evening of family sports entertainment. 

5 Predictions For The Next WWE Season

WWE is like a TV series in more ways than one, beyond the standard weekly format WWE also runs in what could be considered seasons. Every season starts on the Raw after Mania, with shake ups, debuts and returns abound and then it culminates at the next Wrestlemania. As such, let’s dive into what I think will happen before Wrestlemania 35 rolls around.

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A year is a long time in the WWE and pretty much anything could happen… just ask that kid Nicholas who became a freakin’ Tag Team Champion at Wrestlemania.

So with that in mind, here are some bold predictions that I think will happen over the course of the next “season”.

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Review: NXT TakeOver New Orleans

It’s going to be very hard to do this PPV justice, conveying brilliance is often hard to do second hand, and the “you had to be there” effect often lessens the impact. But I’m going to do my best, and if you take anything away from this review, let it be that NXT TakeOver: New Orleans is a must watch for ANY wrestling fan.

Money in the Bank 2011, Wrestlemania 17 and now… NXT TakeOver: New Orleans. Remember the date, because last night NXT may have just put on one of, if not the, greatest wrestling shows of all time.

Many PPVs are passed off as being great because they had a main event that stole the show, others because a mid card match came out of no where to steal the spotlight. But rarely are shows remembered for being excellent from start to finish. TakeOver New Orleans will be one of those shows.

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