If Bragging Rights is going to be a War Games: The Match Beyond type of show, that would mean 3 PPV's would be centered on forms of cage matches in a company following a no blood rule. Seems counter productive.
The good news is that at least they're back down to 12 PPVs per year for the first time since 2003.
About FRACKING time! I mean we survived the "EXCLUSIVE" brand extension PPV of Smackdown & Raw separately which to me was total over kill of content and diluted both rosters at those times. Plus, I feel sorry for the dedicated person shelling out $35, now $45, bucks a month for every PPV. I lack in dedciation right now but its only because of funds or I'd get every PPV. Plus working Sunday nights doesn't help.
Let's look at how this show fits in with history. Post BFG 2009: The beginning of the Desmond Wolfe storyarc. Post BFG 2010: Fortune joins Immortal to become an unstoppable supergroup for a few months. Post BFG 2011: James Storm wins the title.