Articles by Ron Pasceri
If you’ve been reading my column for the past 14 months, you know I tend not to write too much about wrestling past.
I remember about a decade ago when I decided to turn my back on WWE.
We all remember a few weeks ago when The Miz verbally unleashed on Daniel Bryan on Talking Smack.
Over the last two months we’ve all learned the hard way that being a WWE fan is bordering on being a full-time job.
The whole thing started 21 months ago when CM Punk told UFC commentator Joe Rogan that his “professional” wrestling days were over and that he was joining the UFC roster.
I have mentioned somewhere long the way, either in a column or on a podcast, that there is an unwritten contract between WWE and it’s fans.
While the wrestling world is still abuzz, and rightfully so, over the result of Raw’s main event with Kevin Owens claiming the WWE Universal Championship, there is something else going on right under our noses.
This past weekend into the early part of this week has been an all-you-can-eat buffet of WWE action.
I wrote three weeks ago about the tremendous entertainment value WWE provided at Battleground.
It is the best of times, it is the worst of times, it is the age of Raw and SmackDown both being live on back to back nights.