PWP’s Derron Browning explains what we should take away from WWE Tables, Ladders and Chairs from last night in Boston, MA.
I am back and better than ever. Instead of reviewing a WWE pay-per-view like I always do, I decided to do a new thing called “The Brain of Browning,” where I observe a pay-per-view and point out a few key things we should take away from it.
Are you ready? Let’s do it.
Starting off with a “BANG!”
Last night, the Triple Threat Ladder Match between the New Day, the Usos and the Lucha Dragons was a show-stealer. We saw tons of original and insane spots that will have us rewatch this match again and again like the Samurai Del Sol off the ladder. How Kalisto is standing after that is beyond me.
The New Day came out the victors, which was the best call as this division would be dead without them. My only gripe about this match was if the other two teams saw Xavier Woods at ringside, why not take him out so that three man advantage is gone? Anyway, this match, at least for the main roster is a match of the year candidate by far.