So, WWE had its last Pay-Per-View of 2016 this past Sunday and they played it pretty safe and predictable for the most part. Roadblock: End of The Line had its moments, but for the most part it was very mediocre. And that's never fun. We witnessed two title changes, an Iron (Wo)Man match, and a little too much Chris Jericho if you ask me.
While the red brand had six hours of content this week, the blue brand had two. And you know what they say. Less is most certainly more. The Sportster's back to bring to you the 5 best moments and the 5 worst moments this week in WWE.
I'm a fan of Bryan Saxton, I am. Corey Graves treats him very poorly and that makes me sad. But sometimes, I can see why Graves is hard on him.
Can't say I'm surprised Natalya ended up being the culprit in the Nikki Bella drama, but the reveal was entertaining none the less. After Carmella spilled the beans all over the ring, Natalya had no choice but to confess that she was the one to take Nikki out...
"Alright, I did it you bitch!"
The fans gasped.
The Cruiserweight Triple Threat match at Roadblock was nothing too special, but what came after it was pretty damn awesome. Neville finally made his grand return and would turn heel by attacking both Rich Swann and TJ Perkins after the match.
Although last week The New Day scored the top moment of the week for beating Demolition's record at becoming the longest reigning Tag Team Champions of all time, I'm still pretty happy to see them finally drop those belts. And who better team to do it to than Cesaro and Sheamus. These two work wonderfully together and we're excited to see where they will take the division towards the the road to WrestleMania.
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