I only know today is Friday because of this program.
Well, it took a few years, but the curse was finally broken.
This is the main part of my rundown actually because it was damn time Sasha successfully defended the title. I have finished!
It was vindication to all Sasha fans throughout the years, who had waited a long time for this moment. And to be honest, I really think we’re earning another bait and convert like last month in the draft program.
And then Carmella came out and attacked Sasha after the match as she celebrated on stage. That̵7;s a bit weird. Carmella cut ads in vignettes about becoming this untouchable new Carmella, but she showed up and did exactly what she used to do – minus walking on the moon. Um… okay?
I don’t feel so bad that Carmella will be Sasha’s next feud, but… why? What did Carmella do but what she just did on this show to deserve a title match? This really brings me back to most of Drew McIntyre’s title races, accepting any challenger doing absolutely nothing to deserve title fights.
Please don’t let Sasha’s title run like this.
The arc of the show is all about Jey Uso’s spinning cement.
Let me say, now I think this is a turning point, but clearly there are layers.
Kevin Owens tried to joke with Jey about going for a Roman Reigns coffee, and Jey wasn’t happy with that. Owens says it’s a joke and walks away. Then Jey went to interview Kayla Braxton when Paul Heyman suddenly appeared and said that Reigns didn’t let Jey interview.
When Heyman brought Jey to the Reigns, Reigns told him that disrespect for Jey was a disrespect for him, it was a disrespect for bloodline. So that means Owens need to be dealt with. I like this because Reigns is just a bad guy now. He’s in control, and it’s not just by bloodline. He made Heyman cringe in fear after learning Paul knew about Jey’s act without his consent.
Before the match, Owens cut a great commercial about how bad he is and what he does for his family, which is because his do, do not follow someone’s orders. Jey started at half-throttle, until Heyman appeared by the side of the circle.
Then Heyman showed up, and Jey showed his bad self.
Jey has taken an extremely distracting shot! Now that’s evil, consider your history with that. That earned him victory and approval for the Tribal leader. Then the tribal chief said then went out to express his agreement about Jey’s win the match.
I see what they’re doing here. I love it. Jey is compelled to make Roman’s bid so that his position in the family will remain. He have to do this and advertise himself to show Roman that he is real. I can’t wait to see what happens when Jimmy returns. I think they’re doing this much better than anything they’re doing with Rollins and Murphy.
King Corbin protested. Rey Mysterio – Corbin has not been on television since the draft so I hope that the King’s gimmick will disappear and classify itself as obsolete. Also, when was the last time Rey Mysterio fought someone other than the Rollins / Murphy storyline? God, it’s been … a while. Of course since Rey was in the ring, that meant Rollins had to be present. Nothing about this is interesting. Baron Borebin has returned and destroyed the Mysterio family’s bastards. that is beyond beaten to death.
Protect Ruby Riott. Zelina Vega and Natalya – Zelina is very smart and tries to pin Natalya when she submits to Ruby and forces her to let go. That is an interesting picture. And then Ruby excellently submits to Zelina when Natalya locks Zelina in a sniper machine. Strong. Natalya looks really dumb for letting that sniper hunter go.
Seth Rollins definition. Otis – The highlight of this match, and the only thing I really care about, is the sheer LOL moment when Corey Graves told Cole, when Murphy and Otis were staring at each other, that it was like Murphy was looking at a mirror of the fun house. HAHAHAHA !!! I howled. That is all. Nothing else is important.
Apparently Murphy was rejoining Rollins, but then told Aalyah to trust him, because he was doing it for the greater good. Whatever the man. Just end this damn thing.
Lars Sullivan said again – and he shouldn’t. He really, really should not. Too bad.
Billie Kay is back to great – Segment that begins with Street Profit trying to get the scoop on how to beat New Day from Big E, who has been mysteriously absent for the past two weeks. E told them if they just lay down, Woods and Kofi wouldn’t hurt them badly, and then they all had a good laugh.
In came Billie Kay. I love her and I’m happy to see her return in comical roles. She goes to Street Profits and tries to give them a clear view to sign up as their manager. Billie Kay is awesome. Please don’t do something stupid, WWE.
The show passed pretty quickly, though half of it was mute. What the hell is it that every men’s singles match has someone from behind interfering in some way? Too. Much. Distraction. Stop. It. I can not. Stop. Typing. Like. This. Help.
Rank: C +
On a serious note I know a lot of people are getting pretty upset this week and I hope that I can provide some really good distraction (unlike the WWE type) for you if You are feeling down. I’m feeling it too, friends. I love you. We will get through this together.
What do you think, Cagesiders?