Top 10 Worst WWE Moments in 2019
Woah, I'm glad I didn't watch it. Not sure if I could've swallowed this.
A younger guy should of won the briefcase (because that's what this concept is all about) someone like Drew McIntyre, Ricochet or Finn Balor. At least seeing Brock with the briefcase was funny, but it's a big missed opportunity.
Brock did absolutely nothing to deserve winning the Money in the Bank contract as he showed up near the end of the match after all the other superstars were warn out and easily won the match despite never officially being in the match to begin with, instead of giving the MITB contract to an up an comer they give it to a part timer who doesn't want to be here and is only looking to collect a paycheck.
WWE Is dying and this is a big reason.
I'm glad that moron got knocked out by Dash Wilder.
It wasn't that bad. Goldberg needed something to get the bad taste left in the fans' mouths, therefore he needed to have another match. And who is the best at selling in the company? Dolph Ziggler. The two put on a very good match and the way Dolph sold those spears was priceless.
After that disaster that was Super Show Down why in the hell would WWE bring back Goldberg and have bury Dolph Ziggler at Summer Slam as if he wasn't already in a huge downward spiral at that point.
Just when you think you've finally seen the last of Brock Lesnar as Universal Champion they once again make the bonehead move of putting the title back on him yet again.
Honestly, who cares. Mistakes happen. Seeing Becky hold both belts was well worth it.
There's really no reason to keep Shane around as an active wrestler in 2019 as he's basically taking up space that could have been given to another superstar.
More like a 51 man over the top battle royal the match was really boring and it was hard keep track of what was going on in the match.
The funny thing is that they are not even using the guy who won this Battle Royal.
Kurt Angle deserved batter then this instead of having Angle wrestle with someone like John Cena as his final match they have him face off with Baron Corbin and lose.
WWE is literally trying to kill my favorite wrestler's career (which is Seth Rollins). Anyway, this ending seemed rushed. A Referee Stoppage should have NOT happened since anything goes in Hell in a Cell matches. But, the point of this match, in my view, was to show The Fiend's power and for The Fiend to get into Seth's head. Fans, especially on Reddit and Twitter, seemed to overreact to that ending though since they cannot really accept the fact that Bray's character isn't ready to hold the main championship (yet). And Bray, for the most part, is going to SmackDown anyway
It wasn't a disqualification, it was a Referee Stoppage (which is still really stupid).
The thing is, the company put themselves in a corner so they had to change the outcome of the match. Apparently, FOX wants The Fiend on Smackdown, so that's why they had to change their plans. It's not really their fault, although the match could of been way better.
WWE bringing back the Women's Tag Team titles felt kind of pointless ever since reviving the titles back at Elimination Chamber they've barely done anything with them or give the fans any reason to care about them.
If that's not enough, the IIconics didn't defend much on the titles just by acting like a couple of court jesters. No wonder Sasha Banks has to take a hiatus break.
Which begs the question why they even bother bringing the titles back if they aren't going to do anything with them.
Can't really blame them. There are so few tag teams in the women's division. Still sad though.
Fans are exaggerating so much. I bet Kofi was asked before doing this and like the professional that he is, he accepted. And honestly, it's Brock! No one expected Kofi to win anyway. You guys are forgetting that Kofi had a great run as WWE Champion. 180 days is really good.
Okay, this was BS. Kingston defeated Randy Orton not once, but TWICE. But, Kingston loses to Lesnar in 6 seconds. 6 seconds. Only for us to see a showdown between Lesnar and Velasquez at Crown Jewel. Great job, WWE
I actually like Corbin as King of the Ring. He manages to pull the gimmick off very well. I still would of liked the winner to have been McIntyre or Joe.
It's happening again, more "Arab Money" for Vince McMahon! Tsk, tsk.
Again? Now that Team Hogan vs Team Flair is added to the card, I ain't watchin' it!
Those shows are so useless.