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For The Shield's phenomenal debut match alone, WWE TLC 2012 is a must-watch. And there are a few other worthwhile bouts to check out too.
WWE SummerSlam 2012 is an intriguing card to try and provide an analysis of because it manages to excite and disappoint in equal measure.
WWE Money In The Bank 2012 was a lot of fun, and the major attractions (the MITB Ladder matches and Punk vs. Bryan) are worth a rewatch.
WWE Royal Rumble 2012 was an underwhelming show due to a disappointing under-card and a Rumble match that satisfied few.
WWE TLC 2011 was a pretty awesome show, with several awesome contests/moments, and a rare PPV without John Cena during this era.
WWE SummerSlam 2011 is better than I remembered. It's one of those shows that seems weak on the surface, but it has lots of action to enjoy.
On the whole, then, WWE Extreme Rules 2011 was a lot of fun. Christian becoming World Heavyweight Champion is the true highlight of the night.
WWE Royal Rumble 2011 was actually a low-key smash hit on a quality level in hindsight with several strong encounters on the night.
WWE TLC 2010 is a very underrated show. The main TLC match is fantastic, while there are several other exciting battles on the card.
WWE SummerSlam 2010 is an unusually weak major show for the company, with a couple of big matches being surrounded by pure filler.
Fittingly, WWE Royal Rumble 2010 is most notable for the Rumble match itself, and in particular the surprising return of Edge.
WWE TLC 2009 is far from the best PPV offering that the company presented that year, but it did give the product a much-needed shake-up.
Overall, Turning Point 2009 was a really enjoyable TNA PPV which would comfortably fit in to today’s wrestling and not look out of place.
WWE Hell In A Cell 2009 is an enjoyable supercard to relive, but there's one glaring issue with the show that is hard to look past.
WWE SummerSlam 2009 was an enjoyable show with the opener and main event being the best matches on the card and thus highly recommended.
For a show that is barely remembered, WWE Judgment Day 2009 was a pretty enjoyable event with a few very good matches on display.
WWE Royal Rumble 2009 is a really solid card overall, and it's a nice snapshot of this particular time period in the company.
WWE No Mercy 2008 was a two-match show, but those two matches were amongst the best of the year, making this a must-see card overall.