The Harsh Reality: WWE Elimination Chamber 2020

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WWE Elimination Chamber was a good show in its entirety, but nobody is going to talk about it in years to come because nothing major happened that would affect the upcoming WrestleMania. WWE just needed to hold a pay-per-view on the month of March for their Network subscribers, so they hosted the event that was […] READ MORE


The Harsh Reality: AEW Revolution 2020

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AEW Revolution was a great pay-per-view. It certainly wasn’t the best show under the AEW banner, but the Chicago crowd did one hell of a job to make it look like it was the best thing they have ever seen. From start to finish, it mostly the right chord with the audience. Although the show […] READ MORE


The Harsh Reality: WWE Royal Rumble (1/26/20)

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Irrespective of the build-up and wrestlers involved, WWE Royal Rumble is always going to be the most intriguing pay-per-view of every year. The show is not just about the in-ring quality, but also about the sheer excitement of who might show up in the match. This year too, it was no different. All the matches […] READ MORE


The Harsh Reality: WWE TLC 2019

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Except for the few disappointments, WWE TLC was a pretty enjoyable pay-per-view, especially if you consider the lackluster build-up to the show. It definitely surpassed the low expectations, but it could have been better if it wasn’t for some questionable bookings. Nobody expected much from TLC as it is holiday time and wrestling, in general, […] READ MORE


The Harsh Reality: WWE Survivor Series (11/24/19)

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Survivor Series was WWE‘s best non-NXT pay-per-view of the year. When the company invests time and effort to build something, they do an exceptional job doing it. Unfortunately, it is a rare occurrence nowadays. There have been some great pay-per-views across the globe recently, like Full Gear and Bound For Glory, but it is impossible […] READ MORE


The Harsh Reality: WWE Clash of Champions 2019

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Clash of Champions was a decent pay-per-view which was easy to watch and enjoy on a Sunday evening. It was more of a transitional pay-per-view which was used to set up other big pay-per-views in the future. There were not many great matches or outcomes but were good enough to make the fans tune-in to […] READ MORE


The Harsh Reality – AEW All Out

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AEW made another convincing case for themselves as an exciting alternative to WWE with their All Out pay-per-view. The show was a barrel of laugh and had something for all kinds of wrestling lovers. It was paced beautifully and all the wrestlers performed like their life was depended on it (literally in the case of […] READ MORE


The Biggest Problem With WWE’s Main Event Scene

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It is fair to say that WWE‘s storyline was at it’s lowest between WrestleMania and Extreme Rules this year. Win/loss percentage was an afterthought and rivalries were building upon uninspired storylines.  It was getting unbearable to watch the shows without questioning the character’s motives and logic. We are now on road to WWE‘s second-biggest pay-per-view […] READ MORE


The Harsh Reality – WWE Extreme Rules

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Extreme Rules was probably the best pay-per-view of the year. The matches and storylines were great and it gave fans another show to look forward to in the weekend filled with wrestling. Till the last few moments, I had nothing to complain about as it exceeded all the expectations and made up for the last […] READ MORE


In Need of Victory: WWE Extreme Rules

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Another month, another pay-per-view. WWE has not put much effort into Extreme Rules storyline-wise. Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans got another title shot just because they asked for it, Samoa Joe got championship opportunity because he attacked the WWE champion, New Day got the title shot for some reason even after losing their previous match […] READ MORE