Bada Bing Bada Boom! This past week's Raw saw Enzo Amore and Big Cass advance to the finals of the tag team tournament after defeating The Dudley Boyz.
This time last year, if you had asked me who deserved to dethrone The New Day, I would have struggled to give an answer. Yes, The Dudley Boyz and The Lucha Dragons deserve the titles at some point, but at the expense of The New Day? No.
However, Enzo and Cass? Well, for the first time in over a year we have a team that I can see the crowd accepting as new Tag Team Champions. They remind me of a modern-day New Age Outlaws with explosive ring action, excellent chemistry, knowing how to work the microphone, and attracting outstanding crowd participation.
Plus, how many men can compare themselves to boobs and still come out all the more over for it? That—ironically—takes balls.
But enough about me and what I enjoyed this week. How you doin'?
Balance. It is a funny thing, isn’t it? On the same day thousands of humans die, so, too, are thousands born. If the recent events are anything to go by, a similar force seems to exist within the WWE universe as well.
Having returned from injury earlier this month, Cesaro left behind a blank space on the injury list just waiting to be filled. Sadly, Bray Wyatt was the one to oblige.
WWE reported this week that Bray Wyatt has suffered an injury during a non-televised event and it is not yet known how long he may be out for.
This is all the more tragic given that not only did he recently had a back injury, but also as he was looking set for a potential face turn against Roman Reigns.
Bray Wyatt is one of the most intriguing characters of recent times. The crowd loves him despite his platitudes of death, destruction, and disparity to anyone outside his fold. The WWE Universe went nuts after his stare down with Roman Reigns, likely taking it as a sign that he may actually become the one to bring down The Roman Empire.
I just hope that WWE has the sense to keep this story on the backburner, and equally, that they do not rashly break up the two uninjured Wyatt's in his absence. Part of Bray's appeal is his command of the family, and Lord knows WWE didn't know how to use Luke Harper and Erick Rowan apart.
Get well soon Bray.
So there you have it, my two choices for the week. What do YOU think are the Cheap Pop and Cheap Heat this week in professional wrestling? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!