Originally posted by Big BadI can't get enough of Bray Wyatt's entrance music. It sounds so thoroughly NOT like WWE's generic usual rock music that it completely makes his character.
I can't agree with this enough. I've been listening to it all evening.
I'm about 1/2 way thru on the viewing with the kids, and I have to say that was a beautiful match with Ambrose and Kingston. I ate up Ambrose's ducking out of Kingston's way three times in a row, as well as that sweep/faceplant on the stairs. Great stuff!
"As you may have read in Robert Parker's Wine Newsletter, 'Donaghy Estates tastes like the urine of Satan, after a hefty portion of asparagus.'" Jack Donaghy, 30 Rock
Bryan was once again on fire. Not only the reversal to his own surfboard but also the suplex (helped of course by Rollins landing like he had a death wish) and the kicks and and ..everything.
The Wyatt family promo was insane. The freakiness was so well done. Both corny and terrifying at once. My favorite bit had to be Harper saying not to send anyone that you want to see again. Followed by Wyatt spinning in the room, then seeing the rocking chair then spinning again.
Cena-Axel was a good match for what we got, but damn did Cena look like a fool when he approached the ambulance. It was like a Bugs Bunny cartoon in the way he carefully snuck up to the door and all that.
Jericho's challenge will probably lead to Punk no-showing and being replaced by Axel. And eventually to Punk returning as a face.
WHAT WORKED: I liked Samoa Joe’s mic work and for the first time since he was seconding a Mummy in SMW, I actively enjoyed James Mitchell mic work. Sting talked about how he needed to be humble before Christ.