WWE TLC Review: "Stealing the Show, and Your Girlfriend"
Sick new intro video, right? A big thanks to the wizards of Workedshoot Media for putting that together; you're already better than TNA's production team.
It brings me both great joy, and much sadness to announce that this review – this one right here, that you're reading – is my very last WWE pay-per-view review with Wrestlezone.com.
For 2012 that is! Shame on all of you for thinking I'd ever forsake you; Mike Killam and Mount Killamanjaro aren't going anywhere, whether you like it or not. I'll be right here waiting for your bright and smiling faces, to welcome you into a new year. A new year busting at the seams with pro wrestling, threatening to crush us under its massive, over-saturated, often generic girth. And trust me, if there's anybody here who knows a thing or two about massive, over-saturated and generic girth, it's yours truly.
But putting aside the 12 pay-per-view events, the five hours of Raw and Smackdown every week, Superstar-Main-Saturday-Bash-Event or the highly anticipated WWE Network (which we'll now just refer to as "Even More G%d D@m% Wrestling"), there's one bright and shiny beacon of hashtag heely-ness we can look forward to week, after mercilessly long week. He's the Showoff, and the man that single-handedly steals the show and our girlfriends all at the same time. He is the man who left WWE TLC with his head held high, his hand raised in victory, and John Cena's girlfriend on a mount in his trophy room… Dolph Ziggler!
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