- Jul 14, 2004
- Reaction score
- Baton Rouge
Came here to post exactly this! I went to the NJPW show in Australia at the end of June with the 4.75 star Eagles/Ospreay match (IMO it deserved five, but anyway) and have been super enthused about it since. NJPW World is the best value subscription for a wrestling fan.Anyone watching the G1. Moxley has been killing it. Got his first 5 Star Match ever vs Ishii.
Did they remove it from something?I have a rant to go into later about the current availability of the Network on older streaming options(or lack thereof). I'll be cancelling this month.
However, I decided to watch the Takeover main event between Cole and Gargano on my phone, and Holy Shirt, it was really good.
Edit*Please, please, please don't bring Gargano to the main roster. Vince will bury him.
Goldberg vs. Ziggler? Charlotte vs. Trish?This thread has been really dead the past week. Let get things going again with some good ol SummerSlam predictions!
Cruiserweight Championship: Drew Gulak (c) vs. Oney Lorcan - don't really care about either but should be a good match. Gulak retains.
Goldberg vs. Dolph Ziggler - No question here. Goldberg win. Hopefully Ziggler get some stuff in and its not a total squash, otherwise what the point.
Bray Wyatt vs. Finn Balor - No doubt here either. The Fiend wins. I hope they have a cool entrance for Wyatt and not just the lights out gimmick here. He needs to feel special.
Kevin Owens vs. Shane McMahon (If Owens loses, he will quit WWE) - Owens should win this one but who knows. McMahons love putting over McMahons!
United States Championship: AJ Styles (c) vs. Ricochet - I think AJ retains here and the Club continues to be the "Gold Club"
Charlotte Flair vs. Trish Stratus - this feud has zero heat right now. Trish has gotten surprisingly little reaction the crowd the past few weeks. Absolutely no reason for Trish to win here. If you want to attract new fans to your product and be treated like a more legitimate sport, then a semi retired mom in here 40's who has wrestled in years should not beat your best female athlete ever in the prime of her career.
SmackDown Women's Championship: Bayley (c) vs. Ember Moon - another match that we should be more excited about but thanks to WWE booking has no heat. Bayley retains because Ember is pretty much a non-existent character on the show.
Raw Women's Championship: Becky Lynch (c) vs. Natalya (Submission Match) - the only women's match on the card with some heat behind it. Only way Natalya should win is if Rhonda helps her. But it's a submission match so not quite sure how that would work. Becky wins.
WWE Championship: Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Randy Orton - great history between these two and should be good match. Kofi's title run should continue.
Universal Championship: Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Seth Rollins - Seth has lost a lot of steam over the past few weeks and I don't see them putting the belt back on him. Since Seth has gotten zero help from anyone after the past few Brock beat downs, It would be an intriguing idea for Brock to squash Seth here and Seth continues down a path of despair and loneliness until he finally snaps. But that's wishful thinking that WWE has any idea on how to plan and carry out out a long term story line with any consistency that doesn't change from week to week. Brock wins.
Your turn... GO!
Did they remove it from something?