NXT TakeOver: WarGames – The Past Is Prologue, The Future Is Bright

The emergence of NXT over the last few years as a major part of the WWE’s product line has perhaps been the company’s greatest success story. Far from its origins as an also-ran reality show, NXT has become the best pure enthusiast brand in the company, offering match-ups that bring the best and brightest stars … Continue reading NXT TakeOver: WarGames – The Past Is Prologue, The Future Is Bright

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WWE’s Survivor Series Dialogic Recap: The Art of Interbrand Manipulation

By Garret Castleberry and Kristine Weglarz With Survivor Series headed to Houston, WWE once again experiments with the traditional team-up versus team-up formula. A couple of years ago, WWE completely abandoned the traditional four-on-four tag team format when the abrupt injury to WWE heel champion Seth Rollins led to a rushed together tournament designed to … Continue reading WWE’s Survivor Series Dialogic Recap: The Art of Interbrand Manipulation

SummerSlam Part One: Preparations

This SummerSlam article got away from me. It’s about eight times longer than I intended, so I’m releasing it in two parts. Part One is about my pre-SummerSlam preparations, including my reengagement with WWE after many years away. Part Two has my actual SummerSlam review, including my grades for each match, which, when tallied, will … Continue reading SummerSlam Part One: Preparations