Another week has come to an end, and in the world of professional wrestling, it was a good week at that.
WWE Raw was an enjoyable show. It featured a couple of solid matches, a great in-ring segment and some good build for the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. It also saw the announcement of the next Hall of Fame inductee, and it was quite the huge announcement.
The Feb. 2 episode of ROH Wrestling was a really good show. It featured four matches, with three of them being quite good. The build to their 11th anniversary show went well, too. For any new readers wondering why I’m a week behind, it’s because the show doesn’t air where I live and doesn’t become available online until a few days later.
WWE Main Event continues to be a fun show. While only one match makes it on the list this week, the Wednesday night show brings the best out of the Superstars of WWE.
WWE NXT was a decent show. I couldn’t really get into it too much. Adrian Neville, better known as PAC, was great in his match, but the overall show was nothing special.
TNA Xplosion once again featured one match this week, but that one match was a good one. It saw two former X-Division champions going one on one, and the match reminded me just how good one of them really was.
TNA Impact Wrestling delivered another solid show from England. The two best moments from the show make the list, but everything as a whole went well throughout the night.
WWE SmackDown was a decent show, and like NXT, I couldn’t get into it. Unlike like NXT, though, there were a few moments that are noteworthy.
WWE Superstars makes its return to the list with one of the two matches. This week’s episode featured more recaps from Raw than action in the ring.
WWE Saturday Morning Slam is still not airing where I live for some reason, and it didn’t pop up online in time to do this. So Saturday Morning Slam remains left off the list.
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