Time for some more NXT. This was a review I’d done for an old blog I had. I’ve cleaned it up and added the proper Atomic Drop formatting we’ve all come to know and love, so let’s take it away.
We start things off with the standard issue NXT opening theme song before heading to Full Sail University for our opening contest. Rich Brennan, Alex Riley, and Albert/Tensai/Giant Bernard are on commentary.
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Time for another episode of NXT. After the opening video we head to Full Sail where we’re joined by our announce team for the evening: Rich Brennan, Alex Riley, and Renee Young.
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It’s time for another installment of WWE’s Mixed Match Challenge. This week we’ve got the team of Sami Zayn and Becky Lynch taking on Braun Strowman and Alexa Bliss. Our announce team is, as always, Corey Graves, Michael Cole and Beth Phoenix. They congratulate Beth on her appearance in the Royal Rumble and show a videos of Sami and Becky dancing with UNICEF people and Strowman attempting to teach Bliss to flip over a midsized sedan. This is why I love this goofy ass show.
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Champions clashing! Every SmackDown title is on the line! It’s time for WWE’s Clash of Champions baby! We get a brief video package about champions clashing and the duo of Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn being shitheels before we head back to some arena in Boston for action! Our hosts are Tom Phillips, Corey Graves, and Byron Saxton.
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After an opening video package highlighting the stuff that went down last week as well as hyping two huge matches for tonight (Styles vs. Owens and Cena vs. Nakamura) we head to Cleveland, Ohio for action. Tom Phillips, JBL, and Byron Saxton are calling the action.
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I love gimmick matches and in my rather humble opinion there is no finer gimmick than the Royal Rumble. Thirty men enter. One man walks out with a shot a championship gold. There are usually some comedic spots, some decent in-ring action, and a surprise entrant or two that make it a must watch PPV, more so even than the Granddaddy of them all, WrestleMania. So how was the 2017 Rumble? Let’s find out.
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Kevin Owens on commentary is a thing of a beauty.