It feels like years ago that Cesaro got his tiny little push that fell on a Friday. But also in his very short matches he’s probably more entertaining than any participant of so-called main event matches recently. Mid-week was a lot better with the debut of Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa in NXT. Plus: I’m losing all of my enthusiasm for the current Dean Ambrose character. All this in the newest edition of The Wrestling Week That Was. Enjoy!
I struggled with writing this new article / blog post / part of a series. I really did. During watching the segments I’m interested in, I made notes but later on didn’t have much ambition to write them out properly because the heat outside and me not really ambitious about it. So I somehow finally managed to connect the notes to full sentences and with each other for having just the really important stuff from last week in here. Maybe it’s better to read this way. Not much babbling from me towards the important facts. Just the facts this time. Enjoy.
I quite enjoyed my absence from watching WWE. And still there is this new entry. Something really big must have happened. And it did indeed: William Regal liked my article about his last match and made me think of what I initially wanted with my writing about wrestling. So, if WWE continues with teaming up Dean Ambrose with Cesaro or have better booking for them, I might continue with these weekly articles.
You might have already noticed that I once again stopped writing about wrestling. This time because I don’t really enjoy the new stuff in WWE. I already teased one or two times that I won’t write about it anymore. But this time it’s true. I’ll explain later in this last article. I’ll still write in here but not about WWE. For my last thoughts, just continue reading.
WWE does it again. Dean Ambrose talks about his upcoming match at Elimination Chamber and make us all believe that this time… this very time… he will finally get this huge win he is always hyping for. It still works because I’m looking forward to this match. But WWE shouldn’t overstretch this because at some point Dean Ambrose could start making a fool of himself.
Yeah, WWE does it all over again and I’m barely unable to hold back my excitement. Of course Dean Ambrose won’t win the WWE World Heavyweight championship. But he’s there to make Roman Reigns loved by the WWE Universe. And the fans will fall for both of it.
There were two last shows before two big special shows during the coming week. So there were a lot of promos, a little teasing and a few matches, too. A lot can happen at Payback and NXT TakeOver: Unstoppable but I’m still trying to predict the outcomes. And I try to explain it as usual with my own logic.