By Troy Provost-Heron The real winner on Sunday was Shane McMahon — and not because Team SmackDown defeated Team Raw in the five-on-five traditional Survivor Series match. McMahon is the envy of the WWE Universe because he likely won’t remember the travesty that occurred to end the Survivor Series pay-per-view. During his match, the SmackDownContinue reading “The Beast Incarnate Is Dead”
With the WWE brand split taking place this Tuesday, Nick Cicale (@nickcicale) and Troy Provost-Heron (@Troy_Provost) have a mock draft and decided which superstars go to Raw and SmackDown. Thanks for listening! Please subscribe on iTunes and follow us on twitter @OutTheDeli.
Troy Provost-Heron (@Troy_Provost) and Nick Cicale (@nickcicale) discus Dean Ambrose as WWE champion, last weekend’s Money In The Bank PPV, and the inevitable brand split.
By Troy Provost-Heron (@Troy_Provost) It’s still one of the most memorable betrayals I’ve seen in the WWE Universe. Back in 2014, I was fully re-immersed in the WWE after forgetting it had even existed for several years. In the year or so since I had returned to watching the shows, my admiration for The ShieldContinue reading “Ambrose’s Ascent Proves The Shield Still Owns The Yard”
by Fresh Out The Deli (@FreshOutTheD) One week out from the 2016 Royal Rumble, we had our our first-annual WWE Fantasy League draft. Scoring is pretty simple; Superstars earn points each time they initially win a belt and every time they continue to hold the belt after a Pay-Per-View (regardless of if they defend itContinue reading “WWE Fantasy Draft”