WWE/TNA/ROH: My Top Moments of the Week, Jan. 13-18

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WWE/TNA/ROH: My Top Moments of the Week, Jan. 13-18
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Another week of professional wrestling has come to an end, and it was an overall good week.

TNA Wrestling presented their Genesis pay-per-view last Sunday, but dropped the ball for the most part. The event was mostly boring and predictable, but there were a few shining lights during the event.

WWE Raw celebrated their 20th anniversary Monday and WWE dropped the ball in terms of the celebration. While they didn’t exactly promise anything, a few surprises here and there would have been nice. As a regular episode of Raw, though, it was a good one.

WWE Main Event once again delivered this week. Both matches on the card were quite good, and the Wednesday night show continues to develop into one of my weekly favorites.

I discovered a way to watch TNA Xplosion this week, which is the company’s international show that doesn’t air here in the United States. It featured one match, but it was decent at best. I was a bit confused with the show, too. It was this week’s episode, but they were talking about Genesis like it hadn’t even happened yet. It was weird.

Ring of Honor Wrestling was once again a Road Rage edition highlighting matches from December’s excellent Final Battle iPPV. Since this would mark the third week in a row that ROH wouldn’t be included, I decided to put a “special mention” before the main list for one of the matches.

WWE NXT was a decent show. It featured a number of matches, but only one of which I felt was good. The others had great performances on one side of the match, but as a whole could have been better.

TNA Impact Wrestling delivered a good show this week and bounced back from the last two weeks. While the matches were decent at best, the segments were very good. Two in particular were great.

WWE SmackDown delivered once again this week. There were a few good matches, but I found the main event to be boring. The lame ending didn’t help matters either.

I didn’t have the chance to watch Superstars this week, so the show will not be included. Starting next week I will begin to include moments from WWE Saturday Morning Slam as well when I’m able to watch it. That way, every show from WWE, TNA and ROH will get highlighted!

Who had the best show this week? Click here to vote on what show, or shows, entertained you the most!

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