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WWE The Horror Show At Extreme Rules 2020 was a rather unusual PPV by a company often criticised for failing to take chances.
Extreme Rules 2019 is the one night of the year when WWE goes "extreme".
WWE Extreme Rules 2018 was a real mixed bag of a show, with the negative outweighing the positive.
On the whole, then, WWE Great Balls Of Fire 2017 was a thrilling event.
For a show that had a B-show line-up (besides its main event), and which was hampered further by the Draft, WWE Battleground 2016 was pretty damn good.
I felt WWE Battleground 2015 was well worth the three hours of my viewing.
I personally felt that WWE Battleground 2014 was the weakest show of the year so far, simply because the card was unexceptional.
WWE Money In The Bank 2013 was a thrilling PPV event (even the pre-show match was really good).
WWE Money In The Bank 2012 was a lot of fun, and the major attractions are worth a rewatch.
Money In The Bank 2011 will always be remembered as one of the best WWE Pay-Per-View events of this decade.
WWE The Great American Bash 2008 requires another viewing, particularly for those who overlook 2008 as a low-key fantastic year for the company.
WWE The Great American Bash 2007 isn't without its big moments.
I personally enjoyed WWE The Great American Bash 2006, in particular for the opener and the main event.
WWE The Great American Bash 2005 was less of a chore to watch than the diabolical TGAB 2004.
Overall, like The Great American Bash, WWE Vengeance 2004 was a pretty skippable show.
WWE Vengeance 2003 had a lot to offer.
WWE Vengeance 2002 was a one-match show, but what a match that was.
Under different circumstances, WWF Invasion 2001 would be remembered as an all-time legendary show.
So, yeah, WWF Fully Loaded 2000 was awesome!
WWF Fully Loaded 1999 occurred when the WWF was at its peak of popularity.
If you enjoy the charisma and craziness of the Attitude Era, then WWF Fully Loaded 1998 is a very entertaining show.
It's worth checking out the whole WWF Canadian Stampede card, because it really is awesome and worthy of its status as an all-time great PPV show.
While WWF In Your House 9: International Incident is a pretty forgettable card from an otherwise unforgettable summer, it is a great demonstration of why the WWF was lagging behind WCW.
WWF In Your House 2 has a good amount of enjoyable content, and is one of the better In Your House events.