I’ve said before that 205 Live is in need of a secondary title, and tag belts would be the best way to utilize everyone on the roster.
Real talk here, people. I had no plan to give to the masses a cruiserweight report for this week.
Money In The Bank held so much promise for the future of cruiserweight wrestling.
Wednesday nights continue to be the best day of WWE television, and this week was no different!
This year, the Men's Money in the Bank match is stocked with cruiserweights in Ricochet, Andrade, Finn Balor, and Ali.
This week's episode was entertaining from start to finish. Thanks to a fully invested audience that was vocal the ENTIRE time. They had a response for absolutely everything. Be it slap, body slam, or finisher. Nothing went unnoticed.
The Superstar Shakeup has come and gone. Once again, the Showcase Of The Cruiserweights has been raided worse than Mid-South Wrestling in the 1980’s.
Ciampa and Gargano definitely felt like a fun flashback to #DIY, however Fish and O’Reilly are the definition of a great Tag Team.
It's Wednesday, which means its time for the Black and Gold Brand. Street Profits vs. The Metro Brothers We kicked the night off with our black solo cup and the Street Profits. I love how Nigel called out that the Street Profits are the Evolve Tag Team Champions, I feel like the cross promotion between… Continue reading TJ’s NXT recap 1/16: Gaining Momentum Towards TakeOver
Johnny Gargano seems still intent in being Full Sail’s hero entering the ring as he reflects on 2018. He proclaims, “Success is measured by wins and champions,” and that he will become “A” champion, not initially being decisive. He addressed Ciampa and tried to quiet “DIY” chants, saying his interference against Aleister Black in his… Continue reading The JoeStopper’s NXT Review (1/9/19)