My Top Wrestling Moments of the Week: Wyatt Family, Daniel Bryan, TNA and More

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My Top Wrestling Moments of the Week: Wyatt Family, Daniel Bryan, TNA and More
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Another week of professional wrestling has come to an end, and it was a good, yet a bit of an uneventful week. Most of the shows this week featured a number of good matches, but there weren’t many moments that really stood out to me.

WWE Raw kicked off the week with a good show that had more solid matches than it did moments. WWE Main Event was the same way with two out of the show's three matches delivering for fans.

For the first time in months, I found myself bored with WWE NXT. All the matches but one weren’t really anything special. While one moment did make the list, it was a taped segment of an announcement and not a part of the taping itself.

Things picked back up with TNA Impact Wrestling as they gave fans a good show this week. Much like Raw, though, the show was more matches than it was moments. It did feature some great build for Slammiversary, though.

WWE SmackDown kept the ball rolling on Friday with an overall good show. The event featured a number of good matches, and a few good moments as well.

The week came to an end on Saturday with a good episode of ROH Wrestling. The show featured only two matches this week, but they were good, lengthy matches that helped hype their next big event, Best in the World.

As for TNA Xplosion, I didn’t really have the time to watch the show. So TNA’s international program will not be included this week. WWE Superstars will also be left out due to the show not appearing online in time for me to watch it.

Which show, or shows, was the best this week? Click here to cast your vote!

This week’s top moments will be introducing a new feature. I decided to highlight what I thought was the best match from each of the main shows with their own slide.

The top match from Raw, SmackDown, Impact Wrestling and Ring of Honor will be featured while other matches that I thought were good will be simply listed like they have been.

When there’s a pay-per-view, the best match from the event will get its own slide as well.

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