WWE/TNA/ROH: My Top Moments of the Week, March 10-16

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WWE/TNA/ROH: My Top Moments of the Week, March 10-16
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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 second pay-per-view of 2013 with Lockdown last Sunday, and it was a great show. With the exception of two matches, everything delivered and storylines got a huge boost.

WWE Raw was a solid show. There were a few good matches and moments, and the main storylines for WrestleMania got some good build. The undercard finally got some attention as well.

TNA Xplosion presented one match in James Storm vs. D.O.C. this week. It was a solid match, so TNA’s international show makes it on the list.

ROH Wrestling was a very good show. Friday’s episode featured some good matches and excellent storyline development in the S.C.U.M. storyline.

WWE Main Event was a decent show. I couldn’t really get into most of it, but one match does make it this week.

WWE NXT was also a decent showing. Like Main Event, I couldn’t get into parts of the show. I found one match to be quite good, though.

TNA Impact Wrestling was live in Chicago for its first episode on the road. TNA Wrestling delivered a solid show that featured some great follow-up to the events from Lockdown. There were also a few good matches as well.

WWE SmackDown was a solid show, though there were parts where I found myself getting bored. The main SmackDown storyline for WrestleMania got some nice build, though, and some undercard matches continued to be teased.

I watched WWE Superstars this week, but I just couldn’t get into it. None of the matches grabbed my attention. WWE Saturday Morning Slam is also left off the list this week again due to a religious show airing in its place for some reason.

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

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