Monday, 14 March 2016

WWE Roadblock Review: How far could This Event Change the Complexion of Wrestlemania 32 (Part1)

The last Major WWE Network event before WrestleMania had ended as WWE Roadblock (WWE March to WrestleMania: Live From Toronto) closed its last match between the raining defending WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H against his contender "the Lunatic Fringe" Dean Ambrose. A lot of stories and impressions remain on this event from the rest of the matches and the main event in particular. Perhaps this event will give some major impacts for WrestleMania's complexion as the WWE Universe never though it so much before this event took place.
Here are the review for each match and how these matches would change WrestleMania's complexion.

#1. The New Day (Big E and Kofi Kingston) (C) (with Xavier Woods) defeated The League of Nations (Sheamus and King Barrett)
The New Day once again prove themselves as the most beloved villains in WWE, despite their annoying attitude on the ring, they once again showed us how to entertain and perform in annoying way. yet, this way makes almost all of WWE Universe awaits them. Their match in WWE Roadblock against The League of Nations were impressive and make themselves as fan favorite villainous Tag Team Champions. Their winning against another villains (The League of Nations) make their march to WrestleMania are in positive ways. On the next PPV in WrestleMania their should be booked in triple threat match or fatal four ways match due to lack of potential opponents in current Tag Team division. Bringing Enzo Amore and Big Cass from NXT division is the most rational way if the match will be set in singles match.  

#2. Chris Jericho defeated Jack Swagger
Damn, Chris Jericho once again proved himself as one of the most prodigy villain in pro wrestling history. In WWE Roadblock Chris Jericho proved himself as he trash talking his own hometown in front of his fellow Canadians. Perhaps it was looked too much when Y2J said that Toronto is a trash and he is completely regret of being Canadian, but, this was showed us if WWE is looking for the most promising villain that could make WrestleMania more colorful and dynamic, he is one of the option. Imagine if Chris Jericho mocks 90.000 people inside AT&T Stadium, the stadium could erupt and increase WrestleMania's rating. Meanwhile, his winning in a match against Jack Swagger could provoke AJ Styles as they could have been met against each other in Mania.

#3. The Revival (Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder) (c) defeated The SAWFT (Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady (with Carmella))
This match was amazing and stole the entire show. Once again the dynamic, fast, and hard hitting styles from NXT division amazed WWE Universe during WWE Roadblock took place. Enzo Amore and Collin Cassady along with Carmella stole WWE Universe's attention with their attractive and entertaining of teamwork performance. Meanwhile, The Revival once again proved themselves as one of the promising villainous tag team with their opportunist style. The Revival should be in NXT Division to make their reputation more recognizable. The Upcoming NXT TakeOver Dallas could be the next stepping stone for them. For the SAWFT themselves, WWE could consider them as one of the most worthy opponent in tag team division and promoting them to the main roster and become the main opponent for The New Day. The New Day and The SAWFT booth are equal either from ring skill or mic skill. these two team are perfectly fit to face against each other in Wrestlemania.


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