WWE/TNA/ROH: My Top Moments of the Week, Feb. 17-22

« Prev
1 of 20
Next »
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse the slideshow
WWE/TNA/ROH: My Top Moments of the Week, Feb. 17-22
wwe.com, impactwrestling.com, rohwrestling.com

Another week of professional wrestling has come to an end, and it was quite the good week.

WWE presented the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view last Sunday and it was a good show. All of the matches delivered in their own way, but three of them stood out the most.

WWE Raw was a decent show. While it did feature some good moments, it felt like a throwaway show. With the exception of the two World title matches, nothing else for WrestleMania was touched upon.

The Feb. 16 episode of ROH Wrestling was a solid show. It featured two very good matches, and hype for their 11th anniversary event on March 2 went quite well. For any new readers, Ring of Honor is a week behind due to it not appearing online until a few days later, and it doesn’t air in my state.

WWE Main Event was pretty boring. It saw The Big Show wrestle for the first 30 minutes in a Gauntlet match. His opponents, especially The Usos, performed well with the giant, but the whole thing was just boring. The main event wasn’t that good, either, so the first time since debuting on the list, Main Event will be left off.

WWE NXT was a decent show. I couldn’t really get into the event. I enjoyed the main event, though, so NXT remains on the list.

TNA Xplosion featured one match between Samoa Joe and Christopher Daniels. This should have been a great match, but unfortunately, it didn’t get much time. Due to the time constraints, Samoa Joe and Daniels weren’t able to deliver the kind of match I know they can.

TNA Impact Wrestling was a very good show this week. For the first time in a while, there was more action than talking. Each match got a good chunk of time, and three of those matches really stood out. The others delivered in their own ways storyline-wise.

WWE SmackDown was also a very good show. The Friday-night event hasn’t been on the ball lately, but they got right back onto it this week!

I was unable to watch WWE Superstars, and Saturday Morning Slam still has some religious show airing in its timeslot where I live. Neither show will be included as a result.

Which show, or shows, was the best this week? Click here to cast your vote on what you thought was the best of the week!

Begin Slideshow »
Load More Stories

Out of Bounds

WWE

Subscribe Now

We will never share your email address

Thanks for signing up.