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Discussion in 'Live Discussions' started by shafe_41, Jul 23, 2017.
Here we go. I'm going in with ridiculously low expectations so maybe I'll be surprised.
I'm calling worst PPV of 2017 tonight.
I mean as it sits right now... you're not wrong.
Mike Kanellis lol, dude must have no pride whatsoever.
Gotta at least give it to them for doing something different. But it ends there.
Aiden English and Tye Dillinger... your official pre-show of every Smackdown special event ever.
I wanna see an Aiden English and Elias Samson feud.
Is there a reason Aiden enters the ring on the bottom rope?
I figured it was some sort of effeminate joke, as the women always used to do so.
God I hate that "10" chant more than anything
I love how the way I follow WWE now is working for me.....PPV only. The "fatigue" I felt when I was watching the weekly shows is gone. I don't feel like I really miss anything important. There's a PPV every few weeks, which is plenty of wrestling content and the product is still pretty easy to follow, with the occasional surprise. For example, I had no idea Cena was back until I tuned in tonight. I saw Mike and Maria debut on the last PPV but I have no idea what they've been doing, so tonight will feel fresh and something to anticipate.
Ordered me a Jinder shirt today since they're having the BOGO for $1 sale on the shop. No regerts
The outer squares are big enough to crawl right through.
If New Day loses, then we'll be well on our way.
I still have no idea what "Day One Ish" means.
Maybe those little guys will just crawl through them and interfere.
So let me make sure I've got this straight.
WWE wants to run an AMERICA IS AWESOME pay per view and they do it at Battleground but make GREAT BALLS OF FIRE instead of Great AMERICAN BASH???
Byron Saxton "The Insider". What?
Well yeah. Obviously July 23rd is a way more patriotic day than July 9th.
What is up with the dueling chants for the Usos? I hate wrestling fans.
WWE logic, isn't that the excuse.
Oh look, another superkick that doesn't finish a match.