WWE didn’t do its TLC pay-per-view event any justice with the Raws and Smackdowns that served as the lead-ins.
Wrestling, once again, is dying. You want to doubt that, then you have to explain the final segment of the go-home Raw.
No Brock Lesnar, no Randy Orton, no Sting, no Triple H, John Cena on at 9 p.m. Eastern. WWE’s TLC pay-per-view was dominated by the next generation of WWE Superstars.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham will lead a live blog during tonight’s WWE TLC pay-per-view. Follow along on AFP, Twitter and Facebook for match results, analysis and commentary.
WWE looks forward to its TLC pay-per-view this weekend as a chance to build on one of its more successful events in recent years at Survivor Series in November.
The world is a better place for the disaster that was Honey Boo Boo being off the air. The shame is what it took to get TLC to throw the show into the dumpster from whence it had sprung.
The sheep at Whistlin’ Hollow Farm are now certified as Animal Welfare Approved. This certification and food label lets consumers know these animals are raised in accordance with the highest animal welfare standards in the U.S. and Canada, using sustainable agriculture methods on an independent family farm.
HIT: Solid booking The Shield wins by clean fall. Bray Wyatt … wins. (Nothing clean about that one.) The two hottest forces in WWE right now were put over against people who don’t always take the fall easily (Triple H and John Cena).
Monte Durham, celebrity wedding consultant and star of TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta!, will be at The Greenbrier on Sunday, Feb. 16 to host the “Say I Do” wedding event.