WWE And TNA: 7 Worst Moments Of The Week (April 19th)

€œEvolution is a mystery, full of change that no one sees. Clock makes a fool of history!€ After all these years of Evolution being gone, I still have no idea what of what those first lines to their song means. Maybe that's why the crowd was so silent when HHH's fabled group returned, they were trying to figure it out too. Or maybe they just didnt' care that much in the first place. Whose to say? Overall, we had another interesting week of wrestling. We paid tribute to The Warrior with some free cardboard masks, watched Kane once again pick up his mask (and somehow have a well-done video promoting that fact within minutes) and witnessed Paige execute one of her finishing moves flawlessly. WWE and TNA also began building to their next pay-per-views. Scratch that, in WWE's case a €œspecial event.€ In TNA's case, a €œSunday night extravaganza where less than 1% of their weekly audience will actually order.€ There, that's more like it. With Raw, SmackDown, Main Event, NXT and Impact to sort through, you may have missed out on quite a bit. And for that, you're probably a little bit saner for it. That's what worst of the week is here for, to expose and remind the WWE Universe and TNA Village what awful things went down in the world of wrestling. So put on your favorite Ultimate Warrior mask, paint your face like Sting from 1990, or dig out your Mantaur costume and let's dive on in!

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