As we say goodbye to the chinless coward, James Ellsworth, we also say hello to a weekend of WWE goodness!
Will the team of Gulak and Enzo prove too much for Kalisto? (Yes)
Who will fill the mystery spot on Team SD: Women’s Division? (Paige)
Cash-in happening? (No, but yes)
Will The Usos unfinished business keep them from victory? (Yes)
Will The Shield win? (Certainly)
Will Styles survive Survivor Series? (Yes, but he won’t win)
Will we like Jason Jordan? (Nope)
Who has more liabilities going into the SS match? (Raw)
Also, India is getting a heaping helping of HHH, Lucha Underground will have a reduced budget next season (but Steve doesn’t think it will hurt things), Starrcade is a show we want to see (but won’t get to), and Jason really think you should be watching Total Divas (but totally gets why you’re not).
The last PPV of the year brings us our second Roadblock of the year, but this one is the End of the Line! We have updates on Zack Ryder, James Ellsworth, and Sami Zayn, in addition to our predictions for the big night. Who can afford to eat a loss, Rusev or Cass? Will the New Day lose so soon after making history? Will Sami survive Strowman? Will the cruiserweights deliver? Will we care by the end of the Ironwoman match? Will HHH start the build to Wrestlemania? And will someone please give us a break and not announce a new belt and/or show for a few months?
It’s mid-December, just a few days from Christmas, so it must be time to recap a WWE PPV! TLC is in the books, and the guys want to talk about the delusions of James Ellsworth, the effectiveness of any random kendo stick, AJ Styles’ butt hole, and how much Mandarin Steve knows. Ok, only one of them want to talk about that.
Everyone loves a good underdog story, and WWE has concocted a fun one with James Ellsworth! Also, Goldberg returned and cut a really long promo, just like you’d expect him to do based on his previous matches and feuds. Finally, we run down the week’s NXT doings, which are always good news and never crushingly depressing. Also, we have another match for you to watch and tell us about! Check out The British Bulldog vs. Owen Hart in a match emanating from Germany to crown the first-ever European Champion!