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Considering the woeful hype and the almost-deterrent messages by fans about whether to watch, WWE TLC 2015 has to be considered a success.
WWE made the most of a bad situation, given Seth Rollins' injury, but Survivor Series 2015 was one of the least spectacular shows of 2015.
I had a good time, and would recommend fans attending a WWE House Show on the April 2016 UK tour.
WWE Hell In A Cell 2015 primarily stands out for a surprisingly violent HIAC main event match between The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar.
I liked Night Of Champions 2015, but it was lacking the elements that would have made it a truly great WWE Pay-Per-View show.
Overall, I give SummerSlam 2015 a thumbs-up. It's not the best SummerSlam ever, but it's one that will be remembered for some time to come.
I felt Battleground 2015 was well worth the three hours of my viewing, and the second best WWE PPV of the year so far after WrestleMania 31.
It didn't match previous MITB shows, and to me it was a one-match card thanks to Cena vs. Owens, but I still enjoyed Money In The Bank 2015.
Though the two titular matches were a letdown, fans will still remember Elimination Chamber 2015 for the moment when a star was truly born.
Whilst Payback 2015 won't win any PPV Of The Year awards, it certainly did deliver a generous amount of entertainment for WWE fans.
WWE King Of The Ring 2015 had three watchable matches and is worth checking out. But it still feels less significant than it could be overall.
As unimaginable as it was beforehand, my positive feedback for Extreme Rules 2015 is thanks to the combination of Roman Reigns and Big Show.
WrestleMania 31 may not have been greatly anticipated, but it will never, ever be forgotten amongst other WrestleMania cards. Believe that.
Fast Lane 2015 was worth watching, despite its downsides, and set the table for may hopefully be an entertaining and memorable WrestleMania.
Royal Rumble 2015 did set up the main event of WrestleMania 31 but otherwise the Royal Rumble match flatlined for the second consecutive year.