Call up your neighbors to chip in, take out a second mortgage or get a part-time job.
WWE Survivor Series is upon us!
We all love wrestling, but if you’re going to pay $50 for a show, you should get a lot of great wrestling with fresh matchups.
Call me crazy, but a lot of thought should be given to putting together a pay-per-view, so fans are left happy with their pricey purchase.
With six hours of free WWE TV to watch every week, it’s hard to entice viewers to shell out money for more. So has WWE succeeded in getting fans excited?
Well, for starters, there were only two matches announced two weeks out from the show. For Survivor Series, WWE wants us to pay the price of two oil changes, a really good steak dinner, or a set of Star Trek pajamas (a set!), when the company only gave two matches ample time for hype?
Along with analysis of the matches, I'll be doing my best to predict the winners.
I went 5-2 last month. I predicted Big E. Langston would defeat Curtis Axel, but Dean Ambrose got the match instead. I'm still giving myself the win, because Stone Cold said so! Well, he probably would...if I asked him nicely.
This brings my lifetime total to 69-19-2 (for whatever that's worth).
So if you're on the fence on whether or not to order Survivor Series, read on to find out if that's a good investment.