WWE Vengeance: 5 Reasons This PPV Might Not Suck

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WWE Vengeance: 5 Reasons This PPV Might Not Suck
Pictured above: Not one of the 5 reasons Vengeance might be good.

Vengeance is this Sunday and the Internet Wrestling Community is not overly excited about it. Why should they be? This is, after all, the third WWE pay-per-view in the last two months.

The WWE seems to agree with the IWC for once.Just take a look at the Raw Supershow main event last night, the last Raw before the PPV. How was it built up? Good Ol' JR put Michael Cole (quick interjection, am I the only one that thinks Cole is a terrible heel? I don't hate him because it's his goal to be hated. I hate him because he's genuinely annoying and a very good reason to put the TV on mute) in an ankle lock, that's how.

Yes, Cole and JR were little more than cheerleaders for their respective partners for nearly the whole match, but, they started the match and they ultimately finished it.


Cena and Del Rio may have their Last Man Standing match be the finale to Vengeance, but, in my opinion, that does not make it the main event. So, without further ado, here's five reasons Vengeance will be watchable.

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