For a long while, the women’s division in WWE hasn’t been interesting at all. I think Charlotte Flair (real name: Ashley Fliehr) who is the daughter of wrestling legend, Ric Flair, is starting to make women’s wrestling interesting again. Whether you like her or not, you gotta admit that she’s making women’s wrestling interesting again.
I watched last night’s Hell in a Cell ppv so I can watch the first ever women’s “Hell in a Cell” match with Charlotte vs. Sasha Banks. My god. I was surprised! The match turned out pretty amazing and impressive! That match will definitely go down as a classic years from now and I think there will be more women’s “Hell in a Cell” matches after this one. Hopefully they do another women’s Hell in a Cell match for the next Wrestlemania. They probably will. Both women Charlotte and Sasha did a great job for their first “Hell in a Cell” match. Only thing I’m disappointed in that match was that they didn’t fight at the top of the cell. They did try to go to the top of the cell but only made it halfway up.
WWE did a great job making it seem like a Hell in a Cell match was too dangerous for women. Both of them pulled it off nicely, though. It was a pretty exciting match. Charlotte is definitely making women’s wrestling exciting again for sure. I’m sure most wrestling fans would agree. The more I watch Charlotte on RAW, the more I like her. I’ve been keeping an eye on Charlotte ever since she made her RAW debut. She started off as a babyface (a good wrestler) but then she turned heel after she turned on her father on RAW.
In real life, though, it’s obvious that Ric has been teaching her a lot about wrestling ’cause Charlotte reminds me so much of Ric Flair. I think Charlotte is one of the most talented women in wrestling we’ve had in a long time. She’s the best female heel since Sensational Sherri. I really mean that too. Not only that Charlotte is a great wrestler and good performer, she’s also smoking hot and nice to look at!
Charlotte is awesome and I hope she stays in WWE for a pretty long time. It’s obvious that Vince McMahon and WWE is pretty high on her right now which is good. I hope WWE doesn’t mess up her character and doesn’t screw her career ’cause they do that to good performers all the time. Charlotte could soon become the most recognizable star in wrestling since Trish Stratus and Lita. Hope they keep up the good work and don’t mess it up.
It turns out that Vince McMahon wasn’t angry at the sight of blood at the “Hell In A Cell” match at all but instead Vince was angry at Brock Lesnar for something else. What was Vince angry at Brock about? Well, when Brock’s head started bleeding, a doctor came in the ring to wipe the blood off of Brock’s head but that pissed Brock off and he pushed the doctor out of the way. The doctor came out to wipe the blood off of Brock’s and Undertaker’s faces since blood isn’t allowed on TV but Vince was still pissed at Brock for pushing the doctor. That’s what really happened.
Turns out that Brock’s head injury during the “Hell in a Cell” match last Sunday was real and here are the pics for proof.
Honestly, Brock probably didn’t mean to push the doctor. Brock was probably pissed that he was getting interrupted ’cause he was in a powerful moment with the Undertaker and Brock just didn’t want to let the fans down and keep the show going.
Will Vince give Brock Lesnar some sort of punishment for pushing the doctor? Maybe like a fine or a suspension? No. Vince won’t do anything to Brock ’cause Brock is too valuable to the WWE. The WWE doesn’t want to lose him so Vince will do nothing. I’m sure Vince and Brock had a private talk about it, though. Vince doesn’t want to anger Brock again ’cause remember Vince and Brock had a long feud in the past just before Brock returned to the WWE. Vince wouldn’t want to ruin his relationship with Brock again, ya know?
I didn’t watch the Brock Lesnar vs. Undertaker “Hell in a Cell” last night but sounded like it was a good match like always. Lesnar and Undertaker has always put on brilliant matches together. Blood in WWE is no longer allowed on TV since Vince McMahon has a strict “no blood” policy due to it’s PG rating. If they have blood, they’re worried it could lose sponsors and advertisers. Whenever wrestlers have blood on TV it’s usually by accident though and whenever there is blood, Vince would usually fine the wrestlers some money as some punishment.
Whenever there’s an Undertaker match and especially Hell In a Cell, you expect no blood? Seriously? Vince should have known that and he needs to get over himself. I’m almost pretty sure fans loved seeing the blood but unfortunately, Vince doesn’t care what the fans want anymore. He can’t get rid of the dumb PG rating ’cause he’s afraid of losing his sponsors. Well, don’t you think that if he’s keeping the sponsors and keeping the PG rating that could be what’s causing the ratings to drop? Nobody likes the PG rating anyways, Vince. We want to see the blood back and last night’s ppv proved that. I didn’t watch it but wishing I did. Undertaker back in a Hell in a Cell match is always amazing.
Vince being angry at the sigh of blood during matches is nothing new ’cause he’s always been like this. He doesn’t care what the fans want at all, it’s all about what he wants really. He’s living in a world that’s all about himself really.
It’s one of the reasons why I pretty much stopped watching WWE. Don’t like the family friendly PG rating. I’m sure the blood last night helped WWE got more ppv buys.
I still love professional wrestling, I just don’t like where it’s going these days.
I didn’t watch last night’s WWE “Hell in a Cell” ppv for a few reasons. One reason, I’m trying to cut down on ppv’s. Another reason, I was worried that John Cena will win and become the hero again like he usually is on WWE ppvs. Turns out, I was wrong. I’m sure everyone else thought John Cena was going to win his match against Wade Barret. The thing is, if John Cena loses the match, he is forced to join Nexus. If Cena won, Nexus would be over. Turns out that Wade Barret won, and Cena will have to join Nexus tonight on RAW. Will Cena wear the black t-shirt with the N symbol on the front of it? He probably will. Some may think that Cena maybe turning heel very soon, but I don’t see it happening. Cena will pretend to be heel for a little while, then one day, he will stab them in the back and become a hero again. Cena is too popular with children. He sells a lot of merchandise, plus, Cena is doing movies. Maybe Cena will be a full time heel for a long while, don’t know, I don’t think it’s possible.
I read the results of “Hell in a Cell” ppv last night and it didn’t sound like a very good ppv. Glad I didn’t watch it.