Post by ultradanteblack on Apr 15, 2012 15:23:36 GMT -5
WM was disappointing in some ways but it wasn't a bad show. Over the Limit, Capital Punishment and Vengeance where horrible PPV. However I hated SS on many levels and came away feeling really mugged. With the previous 3 there wasn't any expectations so when they were poor, it was not surprise, but after build up in WWE and the general bases of SS being a generally good PPV (as one of the big 4), it failed to give any SS matches (oh wait it did, but I cannot remember anyone involved or what was at stake) and a horrible main event - even CM Punk winning the title didn't help
I'm gonna go another way and say Vengance. Yes, Wrestlemania was dissapointing, and Over the Limit sucked, but at least Over the Limit had at least one good match(Orton/Christian).
Vengance had no good matches, average at best with Show-Henry, the ring-break was cool for what, the first minute? Not nearly as memorable as when him and Lesnar did it. Just a very boring, C-Level show as the third show within 6 weeks, and it sure showed it.
The Last man standing match at Vengeance was awesome. The Tag title match was pretty good too.
Post by Steven Marques on Apr 23, 2012 0:26:33 GMT -5
looking at the poll, a lot of people were disappointed with Wrestlemania. I do agree with some points, however Wrestlemania was not the worst PPV, over the limit was. Wrestlemania gets a bad wrap because its the biggest show of the year, i get that. But i dropped good money for over the limit, and all it did was put me to sleep and leave me with a sour taste after the main event.
Post by yesiamaduck on Apr 23, 2012 6:57:11 GMT -5
I'm sorry, but worst show was Wrestlemania 27?!?!?? ARE YOU HIGH? Are you nuts! Don't you know what classifys a bad show?!??! How about R-Truth Vs John Cena as a main event with a fake Obama... now THATS a bad show!
Post by Vincent Kennedy McSmark on Apr 23, 2012 10:52:33 GMT -5
Survivor Series. It was a mess, and probably an expensive one for WWE, because it didn't affect buyrates much and really didn't do much to advance Cena/Rock while basically burying Miz/Truth. It came off as WWE trying to see how little they could tell of a story and still put on a match, because the run-up to SS was one of the worst builds they have ever done for a match that should've been extremely high-profile.