7 Worst Wrestling Moments Of The Week (March 19)

It's like your head going through a car window.

Shane Mcmahon

This week in the world of wrestling, Mick Foley missed out on a fantastic opportunity to finally get rid of Sin Cara, Suicide came back to life and Bray Wyatt no-sold another man burning his sister’s corpse. It's the road to WrestleMania!

The biggest show of the year is a couple of weeks away, and there’s a lot of talented people who don’t have a match yet. With six hours of TV to fill a week, that shouldn't be a thing. Management should have been going into overdrive to make sure people who are over have something to do. That's not the case.

Sami Zayn, Braun Strowman and Samoa Joe have nothing announced with time quickly running out, while Carmella is getting a Mania match. Other talent like The Big Show and Dolph Ziggler have been reduced to fighting over a trophy that has yet to really do much for anyone's career. And then, you have someone like Kassius Ohno showing up in NXT and fighting in a basketball jersey. I know that doesn't have anything in common with the last complaints, but I had to work it in somewhere here.

Still, I guess this all beats last year, where Shane McMahon showed up out of nowhere, took a big Mania match, got to pretend he was as good as one of the most respected wrestlers in the world and acted like a badass while wearing a baseball jersey. Wait a second...

But let’s not waste anymore time. Let's get ready to dive on in and uncover the seven worst moments this week from WWE and Impact.


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