Well I finished my 1 month free trial of WWE Network and to my surprise, it’s really good stuff so I think I’m gonna keep my subscription for sure. Over the past month that I’ve kept WWE Network, I’ve watched the first 16 Wrestlemania ppv’s on it. The WWE Network has every ppv they ever did on it so you can watch a lot of old school wrestling on there. Like I said, I’ve been watching all the old Wrestlemanias on there like the Wrestlemania shows in the 80’s and early 90’s. I’ve already seen all Wrestlemanias but it’s great to re-watch them all ’cause it’s fun to look back. Bring back memories of the old days of wrestling which is pretty much what “WWE Network” is here for so you can re-live the past.
I remember the old days of wrestling back in the 80’s and 90’s when wrestling used to be good. That was back in the days when they used to call it “wrestling” but currently they don’t call it “wrestling” anymore obviously.
I’m a lifelong wrestling fanatic so I think I’m definitely gonna keep “WWE Network”. It’s a nice streaming service. It’s not just a streaming service, it’s also a 24 hour wrestling channel, you can watch live TV on it too.
Last night I watched “WWE Payback” ppv on it and it was pretty good. “WWE Payback” was surprisingly a great ppv. Most every match was good on it except for the dumb McMahon segment. As for my thoughts on the wrestling business today, there are way too many new superstars I’ve never heard of before but lets just say that I’m a huge fan of AJ Styles and Kevin Owens. Those guys are awesome and we’re looking at future main eventers here. The wrestling business changes and evolves every now and then. Superstars come and go, that’s all there is to it.
I’ll always have a love and passion for the professional wrestling business. I’ll always be a fan. While Vince McMahon is a genius businessman and all, he’s just terrible at the writing part, though. Makes you wonder why RAW constantly loses ratings.
WWE Network is great stuff and if you’re a wrestling fan yourself, I’d recommend it.