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Wrestling Review: WWE Raw, December 17 2018

Raw was a massive improvement this week, with every segment meaning something, including the promo videos for the NXT stars and returns.

Wrestling Review: WWE SmackDown, November 20 2018

I felt this episode of SmackDown was a real disappointment.

DVD Review: AJ Styles: Most Phenomenal Matches – WWE

Most Phenomenal Matches is the perfect snapshot of AJ Styles' WWE run to date, and the best WWE DVD on a full-time performer in ages. It's Phenomenal!

Wrestling Review: WWE SmackDown, October 30 2018

With AJ Styles vs. Daniel Bryan, this was the best regular episode of SmackDown for a while though I appreciate that circumstances meant this was a one-off.

DVD Preview: AJ Styles: Most Phenomenal Matches – WWE

A three-disc collection of AJ Styles’ greatest matches in WWE! Featuring epic battles against John Cena, Brock Lesnar, Chris Jericho, Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, and Shinsuke Nakamura!

DVD Review: WWE Clash Of Champions 2017

WWE's final PPV event of 2017 was largely focused on the storyline feud between Shane McMahon and the combo of Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn, which in turn led to increased tension between Shane and Daniel Bryan.

DVD Preview: WWE Clash Of Champions 2017

Not only is Clash Of Champions 2017 one of the most prestigious nights in the WWE calendar, but it's also the final PPV of a sensational year for WWE!

DVD Review: WWE Survivor Series 2017

The sudden change to a Brock Lesnar vs. AJ Styles dream match, alongside some big-name additions to the men's elimination match, and the excitement generated by the ongoing brand warfare storyline, meant that Survivor Series looked set to be one of the year's most memorable cards.

DVD Preview: WWE Survivor Series 2017

It’s the one night of year when the superstars of Raw and SmackDown go head-to-head, and 2017’s Survivor Series is the most dramatic in the event’s history!

DVD Review: WWE Double Feature: No Mercy 2017 & Hell In...

No Mercy delivers two major main event matches alongside some great action further down the card, whilst Hell In A Cell delivers what it promises with two exciting and memorable Cell encounters book-ending a decent under-card.

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