Hello everyone and welcome to the Starrcade 1988 review! This card is freaking stacked. Every match had potential to be, at least good, and this will hopefully be a better, more consistent card than any of the prior shows. A trend in these Starrcades has been slowly moving away from a territory supercard, and, instead, having this show be solely a Jim Crockett Promotions card. That allows cards to be shorter, matches to get more time, and most subpar wrestler’s to be left out. Some matches, like Lugar vs. Flair or the Midnight Express vs. the Original Midnight Express, have the opportunity to be classics, so I hope this show doesn’t disappoint. Anyhow, let’s get this underway.
Hello everyone and welcome to the WWE Night of Champions 2015 review! I have pretty neutral expectations for this show; it could be very good or quite awful. The undercard actually is pretty stacked, with Ryback vs. Kevin Owens & New Day vs. The Dudley Boyz being potential standouts. However, Rollins vs. Sting could suck something fierce and Rusev vs. Ziggler having completely awful booking. Really, all I hope is that the booking on this show doesn’t make me dead on the inside, and the wrestling is solid to very good. Anyway, on to the show!
Hello and welcome to Random Match Roundup #8! I am sorry but I have decided to cancel my Summerslam review, since it has been such a long time since the show, and it would be so outdated. I also assume you guys want Starrcade reviews more than random WWE PPV reviews, so this cancelation will clear some time for that. Don’t worry, if you are so curious to see my thoughts on Summerslam, I will probably put some matches in a future RMR down the line. Anyway, lets dive in to our first match!