Hell in a Cell has come and gone, my friends, and while I did not get to see the live Twitter-verse reactions, I can tell that the overall impressions are positive. As they should be, it was a quality show, which as many who don’t #PromotePositivity as much as I do would say, is a rare thing.
Fresh off our first ever post, Doc Manson and I break down the first RAW of the Number 2 Contenders era.
The Teacher: Monday Night Raw is in the books for July 14th, and the battleground for Battleground is set. The biggest question is, Doc. . . Did you sign up for your free preview of WWE Network?
Doc Manson: Sadly, no. I’m already a subscriber. They sure don’t want anyone to forget that the WWE Network is a thing that you can pay money for down the road though.
T: The way they were going, I’m surprised Vince McMahon didn’t come to the ring, get down on his hands and knees and beg everyone to sign up.
A long time ago, or at least it seems that way, Doc Manson and I set forth on a journey – to blog about professional wrestling. We called ourselves the Number Two Contenders, which made us feel all sorts of fancy.
What would set us apart, we surmised, would be the fact that we would sometimes blog as a conversation, going back and forth and sharing ideas. What you are about to read is the very first of those conversations.