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  1. 1. Bayley winning the Smackdown Women's Championship with her new look 2. Nick Aldis vs Tim Storm 3 3. Jericho's Inner Circle Promo
  2. 1. Bayley 2. Lio Rush 3. The Kabuki Warriors 4. The OC 5. Roderick Strong
  3. Submission Masters Bobby Lashley CM Punk
  4. The Undertaker vs Shawn Michaels One of the greatest matches of all time that someone managed to top their previous match. The story told both in and out of the ring as amazing and is definitely in the talks for the best feud of all time. A great ending to a hall of fame career (tag matches don't count, guys!) that had tons of emotion.
  5. Just keep it simple and make a Television Title.
  6. I was really disappointed with how the Gable/Corbin stuff worked out. I was already annoyed they gave Corbin KOTR over Gable when something like that could have instantly made Gable a star, but then the whole feud after has felt a bit lackluster. I was really holding out for this to get Gable into a much better position when he inevitably came out on top but honestly seeing him win with a roll up was really deflating. And then Greg Hamilton called him Shorty Gable. I cannot believe that we have used Baron Corbin as the vehicle, not to get Gable over, but to ultimately turn him into THE Shorty G. Hopefully it doesn't stick though knowing WWE, Gable ultimately won't be going anywhere far.
  7. Maybe I'm just blind but I would have to say no because even as the Universal Champion, to me it feels like Seth Rollins still isn't the top guy or face of the company like they tried to present Roman as. Roman was the singular man they wanted to take a role similar to John Cena where they wanted one guy carrying them but the fans rejected him as they felt it was too early as well as the fact that they still were not past their want for Daniel Bryan to be that guy yet. Seth Rollins to me, while still clearly being one of the top people, is not getting anywhere near the attention that Becky and Roman have gotten this year, especially Becky. Becky feels like the undisputed top star to me with how they've had her have this incredible run and had all these legends putting her over, she gets all the media, etc. Rollins has just been yet another victim of terrible booking where he spent his first reign as Universal Champion stuck in a heatless feud with Baron Corbin that dragged for 3 PPVs and then during his second reign we had him almost immediately get put up against arguably the hottest act in the company in the form of The Fiend after like a month. Seth has proven he can be great as champion but I think he just got unlucky in recent times.
  8. I think the card looks great but the one thing I'm not looking forward to is the number one contender's match. I already don't particularly like the two competitors (mainly Havoc, Allin is kind of cool) but neither has actually earned a contender's match at all to me. Jimmy Havoc has 1 win and 3 losses while Darby Allin has 1 win, 2 losses, and his draw with Cody. That doesn't exactly sound like challenger material when you got a guy like PAC who is 2-0 with wins over major names in the company as well. I think they might be driving themselves into a corner with this wins-loss system as they are constantly going to have to be justifying making matches. It's still early on so nobody has the best record since they've only been in so many matches but it just seemed silly to me that either of these had what could be considered a good enough record to challenge for the title. Otherwise I think the show will be great and I'm definitely gonna make sure to watch it.
  9. I get that the match was designed to make The Fiend out as an unstoppable monster and to show how desperate Seth Rollins was to put Wyatt away. I felt like maybe it was too over the top. Seth used like 10 stomps and Wyatt continued to no sell those on top of a bunch of other weapons. I can at least look past that because The Fiend character in and of itself is very cartoony and over the top. Great for The Fiend but the ending could have been reversed, where The Fiend continues to go over the top in a beat down on Seth rather than going for the pin and the match gets stopped for attempted murder? I don't know, but I never really felt like The Fiend should have been in the title picture anyways for several reasons and I think they could have played it as The Fiend not caring about the championship or something. There were better ways of protecting them but instead they made Wyatt look stupid for laying there forever and Seth is got the heat for it all. Obviously the best route would have been to never book this match but I still feel it could have been handled better.
  10. I'll agree with 2001. Although it had the dreaded heel turn at Mania, Austin was still on top of the WWF as the champion for most of the year and had classic after classic. He won the Royal Rumble, had the Three Stages of Hell match against Triple H at No Way Out, Mania main event, the Two Man Power Trip which includes the match against Benoit and Jericho. I can go on and on about the amazing matches he was having and the storylines too with him being one of the centerpieces in the Invasion Angle as the champion betraying WWF. Easily his best year in terms of in ring classics.
  11. The Undertaker vs Shawn Michaels. The Undertaker was on fire every WrestleMania during this period. An absolute classic that no one will ever forget as two of the best ever clashed on the biggest stage. Easily the best match on this card and it would have been a better main event than the WWE Championship match.
  12. Top 3 moments of last week: 1. Jake Hager running wild after the AEW Dynamite main event 2. Finn Balor and Tommaso Ciampa returning in the same night 3. Brock beating up Rey and Dominik to open Raw
  13. Cesaro I think that it would be great for WWE to send down bigger names. I know people talk about how so and so should go back, but sending someone like Apollo Crews back to NXT full time isn't gonna get eyes on the show as much as a lot of other names. Cesaro is a great wrestler but I think he may have reached his ceiling in WWE as he continues to job out week after week to midcard guys mostly. Cesaro can still put on absolute bangers so I think it might be strategic to have him back on NXT as a big, recognizable name. He can make these guys look like stars just like in his match with Ilja in NXT UK. Imagine how great Cesaro vs Matt Riddle or Cesaro vs Johnny Gargano could be. Maybe even a Kings of Wrestling reunion or something. I just want him doing something with a bit more meaning and helping NXT out in the Wednesday Night Wars is better than what he's doing now.

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