Tonight the Raw superstars of Monday night bring to us another pay per view. Tables, Ladders, and Chairs is live tonight from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Originally this event was hyped as the main roster debut for Asuka and the first match of the recently reunited Shield. However with WWE superstars coming down with meningitis, there were some adjustments made to the card. Roman Reigns has been replaced by none other than Hall of Famer and RAW GM Kurt Angle. You read correctly, Kurt Angle is stepping in and wrestling in his first WWE match since 2006. Also Bray Wyatt has been ruled out for the event and is being replaced by Smackdown Live’s AJ Styles. With that being said, here are my predictions for the event.
Tonight on Smackdown Live, another chapter in the Bobby Roode and Dolph Ziggler is written. After this match was booked last week, tonight these rivals look to settle things in the ring. Find out who was victorious? Also rumors were running wild that WWE Champion Jinder Mahal was going to issue a challenge at Survivor Series. Keep reading to find out who? Finally, best friends reunited Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn take to the ring to challenge some of Smackdown Live’s top superstars in the main event. If you’re curious to see who they faced and how they did, keep reading!
Hell in a Cell has come and gone, but there are many questions still lingering in the landscape of Smackdown Live. The big one many in the WWE Universe want to know is why did Sami Zayn help Kevin Owens? Also on Smackdown Live tonight we learned who is next in line to challenge the Usos for the Smackdown Live Tag Team Championship and whether or not Baron Corbin was successful in his first United States Championship defense? The answers to these questions and more will be covered in this very review.
Ladies and gentlemen, we just went to Hell and back! Hell in a Cell has come and gone and if you missed it, make sure you check out the replay. Both Hell in a Cell matches were excellent in their own ways and there even were a few titles changing hands tonight. Not to mention there was a match transformed into a triple threat and a potential heel turn as well. If you’re curious what I’m talking about then keep reading.
This Sunday, the WWE superstars on the Smackdown Live brand present their latest pay per view Hell in a Cell. The card has seven confirmed matches and one preshow match, two of the matches on the card will take place inside the demonic structure known as Hell in a Cell. Who is walking away from Hell in a Cell victorious? Keep reading to see my predictions and see if we agree or disagree on the upcoming matches at Hell in a Cell.
We’re five days away from Hell in a Cell and tensions are at an all time high on Smackdown Live. Some superstars were left standing while others were left down for the count. If you want to know who has the momentum going into this Sunday’s pay per view, then check out my recent review of Smackdown Live.
By “The Chairman” Steven Vincent
Once upon a time, Survivor Series used to be considered one of the big four pay per views every year along with Wrestlemania, Summerslam, and Royal Rumble. However, the past few years I don’t feel Survivor Series is on the same level as the other big three pay per views.
What if I told you there was a way to make the Survivor Series so important that it would affect not only the next few months in WWE, but the payoff was at the Royal Rumble?