Much like Christmas, WrestleMania weekend seems to get longer every year. We’ve already had Evolve 80 and Hornswoggle taking Grado to Suplex City, and we’re only just getting started. The big show is still a couple of nights away, but despite that, predictions must be predicted, and this is what I think will go down at WrestleMania.
It’s WrestleMania weekend baby! And for all my whining about feeling a disconnect this yearAnd for all my whining about feeling a disconnect this year, I can’t pretend I’m not excited. WrestleMania is still failing to generate a buzz, but nowadays WWE isn’t the only show in town. From Joey Janela’s Spring Break to Evolve, there’s more wrestling than you could shake a kendo stick at. Of course, this also extends to the E’s own developmental brand, NXT, where they will be looking to repeat last year’s feats and steal the spotlight from their older sibling. So, how do we think NXT TakeOver: Orlando will go down?
WrestleMania weekend is upon us and it is time to get excited. However, in an interesting twist WWE has this year decided to not only present the grandest stage of them all but to give us an NXT show a couple of days before. NXT TakeOver: Dallas is one hell of a card, and there is every chance that it outshines the big one. With that in mind, let’s have some predictions.
I wrote about why, despite all the odds, I was excited about ‘Mania earlier this week, but figured as we build up to the big show I’d do a quite predictions post.
The Royal Rumble is most wrestling fans favourite PPV of the year. Screw ‘Mania, although we tend to love that too, the Rumble is where it is at. While we have had disappointing Rumbles over the years, it is fair to say it very rarely fails to deliver at least couple of fun moments and it also sets us on the ‘Road to Wrestlemania’. We get to know who will be competing for the big one on the ‘Grandest Stage of Them All’. I can’t think of anymore WWE buzzwords to throw in now, so lets just get onto some of my predictions.
So we are now over a week into 2015 and the year is setting itself up, whether good or bad, to at least be interesting. In the past I have done musical predictions, which I will continue to do this year, but I have decided to mix them up with film and maybe even a couple of gaming ones.
So Survivor Series is just around the corner and it may be one of the most one match Pay Per Views WWE has put on for a long time. Nearly all of WWE’s build has been focused on Team Cena vs Team Authority, with only Bray Wyatt and Dean Ambrose coming close to getting a similar level of attention (and they are a long way off in second). However, there is actually a whole under card happening as well and some of it could be alright, so here is what I expect to happen.
We are approaching Night of Champions and despite a lackluster build up, it’s a PPV that has the potential to show it’s strength within the ring. Ramblings About will now take you through every match and give you our predictions for what we expect to happen.
So TNA‘s biggest PPV of the year takes place tonight and despite the build up being patchy at best it will hopefully be something that is actually worth tuning in for. So in anticipation of this I figured I’d give my predictions for the event. Feel free to insult me when they are all wrong.