Tagged with Dean Ambrose

[Wrestling] Raw Review 23/04/2016

[Wrestling] Raw Review 23/04/2016

Almost a month since I’ve managed to review Raw, please accept my apology readers! I have been under the weather, but I am back with this weeks Raw review. In case you missed it, I gave my run down of Extreme Rules and that ending definitely had me very pumped for Raw! So how did … Continue reading

[Wrestling] Raw Review 25/04/2016

[Wrestling] Raw Review 25/04/2016

Excuse the lateness with the review, unfortunately at first I did miss the beginning of Raw and I had to catch up on it. Here it is though … the big episode before Payback. WWE acknowledged the passing of Joanie ‘Chyna’ Laurer, and later in the show they played a lovely video package paying tribute. … Continue reading

[Wrestling] Raw Review 18/04/2016

[Wrestling] Raw Review 18/04/2016

Unfortunately this week has been very busy so this review is a couple of days late, but it is here! Read on and enjoy … The Ambrose Asylum We are in London for Raw, and kicking off with the new show The Ambrose Asylum with your host Dean Ambrose. He hypes the crowd as he … Continue reading

[Wrestling] Smackdown Review 14/04/2016

[Wrestling] Smackdown Review 14/04/2016

Welcome back to The Super Network’s weekly review of WWE’s Thursday Night Smackdown, with Super Marcey. It all feels great as Mauro is commentating … Miz TV with The Miz and Maryse Naturally The Miz has his wife as his guest on Miz TV, and why wouldn’t he? He is married to the goddess Maryse! … Continue reading

[Wrestling] Marcey’s Wrestlemania 32 Review

[Wrestling] Marcey’s Wrestlemania 32 Review

It is that time of year again, WWE’s biggest night of the year! This is basically my Christmas, and this year we also had NXT TakeOver – maybe their best event yet! The build up has been fairly average, and some of the matches didn’t entirely have my attention. So how did Wrestlemania 32 stack … Continue reading

Paul’s WWE Hell in a Cell 2014 Review

Paul’s WWE Hell in a Cell 2014 Review

From a match standpoint, not a single moment from last nights event left me dissapointed. Storyline wise, I can only say that I have one gripe about how things played out. But for not knowing exactly when we’ll see Lesnar compete again, they set us up fresh feuds that will keep us plenty busy and … Continue reading

Paul’s WWE Raw 10/13/2014 Review

Paul’s WWE Raw 10/13/2014 Review

WWE Raw has been a mixed back the last few weeks, some great moments mixed in with some truly horrendous segments, I am happy to report that was not the case last night. This weeks edition of Raw has been one of the best I’ve seen in a good long while. Great matches, superb continuous … Continue reading

[Wrestling] Marcey’s RAW Review August 4th 2014

[Wrestling] Marcey’s RAW Review August 4th 2014

Opening Segment with The Authority – Triple H, Stephanie McMahon, Kane, Randy Orton and Seth Rollins This was an entertaining segment to kick off Raw, with Triple H hilariously constantly promoting the WWE Network – for only $9.99 a month. It worked because he was so smug about it. The segment helped to promote Randy … Continue reading

[Wrestling] James’ Raw Review

[Wrestling] James’ Raw Review

Raw kicked off with a promo from Roman Reigns.  I really liked his promo and think it’s the best one he’s given so far.  In particular, the crowd started chanting Cena sucks out of nowhere.  Roman looked at the crowd and gave a smirk.  “When I’m in the house you’re damn right Cena sucks.”  Reigns … Continue reading

[Wrestling] James’ Raw Review 6/16/14

[Wrestling] James’ Raw Review 6/16/14

We kicked off Raw this week with The Authority addressing the majority of the locker room.  This was your standard, “Everyone but Cena, Reigns and Ambrose get a chance to get into the Money In The Bank ladder match.  Oh and Daniel Bryan is a B+” promo.  They announced a battle royal with everyone but … Continue reading

WWE Smackdown! Review

WWE Smackdown! Review

May 2, 2014 This week’s Smackdown was the final show before Extreme Rules.  This close to a PPV, you expect WWE to swing for the fences.  For the most part, they succeeded.  From the opening match featuring the ever entertaining and bizarre Wyatt Family to the closing moments with The Shield standing tall, Smackdown was … Continue reading