First i know that wrestling is a scripted male soap opera. The show starts out with a WWE pro the Miz telling a rookie that he better show the fans why he should be in the WWE. This ends on the Miz slapping his rookie for not saying those words he wanted to hear. The Rookie tried to get on the fans side by apologizing for having to be with the Miz. Then i saw a pro-rookie vs pro-rookie match nothing exciting here with wrestler Christian and Rookie winning the match with Christain hitting his finishing move on an opposing rookie. Then in the next match we see one of the rookies dressed like someone who looks like a college party animal against a rookie who is much stronger and smarter and also is the husband of Jennifer Hudson so if this guy wins people are going to say controversy i think but this match was a quick squash because it lasted less then ten seconds with Hudson's husband winning with no opposition from his opponent. And then lastly I saw the WWE Smackdown World Heavyweight Champion against the Miz's rookie Daniel Brian who i have heard is a submission wrestler but he is going up someone who was trained in one of the greatest wrestling schools especially in submission holds. Jericho makes his rookie introduce him in the ring and his rookie brown-noses jericho. Jericho tells the rookie to shut up and introduce him. Then the introduction of the Miz and Daniel Brian, The Miz's music plays with miz walking to ring cocky but Bryan bumps into miz going with theme of night where rookies try to outshine pros. the match Finlay gets interesting when Bryan leaps outside the ring and hits the announcer table with jericho guiding him into it. match ends with Bryan getting made to submit and his pro beating him when he was down because his actions he took against the miz.
I got to say that this show is not looking promising to me this show is tough enough reincarnated but i am not happy with this showing. I'll give it another chance next week to impress me but i think this could be another of Vince McMahon's (owner of the WWE) failed business experiments just like this show replaced another failing wrestling show.