• Daddy’s Hangout WWE Hell in A Cell PPV Review
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    Daddy’s Hangout WWE Hell in A Cell PPV Review

    Welcome to the Hell in a Cell PPV and my personal review. We had a pair of championship matches that took place last month at the Clash of Champions. We had Roman Reigns defending his Universal Championship against his cousin, Jey Uso. In the other championship rematch, Drew McIntyre put up the WWE title against Randy Orton. The SmackDown Women’s Championship was defended as Bayley battled her former best friend in Sasha Banks. Jeff Hardy battled the returning Elias after he came back to attack Hardy. In a battle for the Money in the Bank briefcase, Miz took on Otis. Let’s see how the Hell in a Cell PPV turned…

  • Daddy’s Hangout 2020 Summerslam Review
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    Daddy’s Hangout 2020 Summerslam Review

    Welcome to the biggest party of the summer and that’s Summerslam. After a highly successful NXTTakeover: XXX the night before. The WWE returned with their 2020 Summerslam PPV. Drew McIntyre put up his WWE Championship against Randy Orton. Braun Strowman defended the Universal title against “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt. Asuka tried to leave with two belts as she battled Bayley and Sasha Banks for the SmackDown and Raw Women’s Championships. The Street Profits took on Angel Garza & Andrade for their Raw tag titles. Dominik Mysterio made his in-ring debut against Seth Rollins. In a loser leave WWE match, Sonya Deville battled Mandy Rose. Let’s see how the 2020 Summerslam…

  • Daddy’s Hangout NXTTakeover: XXX Review
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    Daddy’s Hangout NXTTakeover: XXX Review

    The WWE had the wrestling world buzzing for the weekend. On Friday night, they debuted their Thunderdome concept on SmackDown Live. The Thunderdome concept was a big hit for me and it was highlighted by Jeff Hardy capturing his 5th Intercontinental Championship. Tonight, the WWE has a stacked card for the 2020 edition of Summerslam. Last night was the 30th edition of NXTTakeover and it was highlighted by Keith Lee defending the NXT championship against Karrion Kross. NXTTakeover: XXX had stacked card itself, but with no crowd my expectations weren’t too high. Io Shairi defended the NXT Women’s Championship against Dakota Kai. In a ladder match, Damian Priest, Cameron Grimes,…

  • Who Will Become New NXT North American Champion?
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    Who Will Become New NXT North American Champion?

    NXTTakeover: XXX takes place tomorrow on the WWE Network. One of the more intriguing matches is the ladder match for the North American Championship. Damian Priest, Cameron Grimes, Velveteen Dream, Johnny Gargano and Bronson Reed are the participants. Bronson Reed, Damian Priest and Cameron Grimes won their triple threat match to advance. Velveteen Dream and Johnny Gargano won their second chance matches to be a part of the match. Who will become new NXT North American champion? How did we get to this point? After Keith Lee won the Winner Take All match against Adam Cole at the Great American Bash, he vacated it. All five are worthy of winning…

  • The Horror Show at Extreme Rules PPV Review
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    The Horror Show at Extreme Rules PPV Review

    Welcome to the Horror Show at Extreme Rules PPV. If you’re a wrestling fan, this is a great weekend for us all. Unfortunately, I’m not spending $50 for a PPV despite hearing great things about Slammiversary. We had Braun Strowman defending the Universal Championship against Bray Wyatt in a Swamp match. Drew McIntyre put up his WWE Championship against Dolph Ziggler. Bayley defended her SmackDown Women’s Championship against Nikki Cross. On Raw, Asuka put her Women’s title against Sasha Banks. The New Day defended their SmackDown tag titles against Cesaro & Shinsuke Nakamura. Apollo Crews was supposed to defend the new and improved United States title against MVP. It was…

  • Is AEW Geared Up to Survive This Crisis?
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    Is AEW Geared Up to Survive This Crisis?

    By and large, the wrestling world has been glad to have All Elite Wrestling. The upstart company – funded by a benevolent billionaire – isn’t to everybody’s tastes. You could make a strong argument that it alienated some of its potential audience by doing too much ‘goofy’ stuff in its first few weeks of television, and its writers still incorrectly assume that everyone who watches ‘Dynamite’ also watches ‘Dark’ and the various companion YouTube shows, but it’s been on a hot streak of television, and it’s been selling pay-per-views and tickets at arenas in respectable numbers. If this was a normal first year of operation, we’d probably say ‘so far,…