You can spend $60 on decently stacked 4-hour WWE card on April 1st or you can spend less than that ($37) for four events.
I have a limited budget with two young sons, a wife, mortgage, bills and etc. I love the WWE but I have been watching since 1983 and I can wait for the DVD for WrestleMania and enjoy this later. This is only a suggestion to seek alternatives for WrestleMania. I'm sure
Updated 03-26-2012 at 11:31 PM by Itchypanda
The Rock vs. Cena & HHH vs. Undertaker in Hell in a Cell are strong selling points for WWE's granddaddy PPV this year. I don't blame you if you order this. I will catch this on DVD eventually.
If you are like me, paying $60 for one event seems excessive, let me offer a great alternatives during that same weekend.
The iPPV is only $1.99. Why only $1.99? Well instead
Updated 03-18-2012 at 06:46 PM by Rated_R(ob)KO
First off, this isn't a blog to tarnish Hulk Hogan's image. I grew up watching him in the 1980's and have fond memories of seeing the Hulkster "hulk up" and come back to beat monster heels.
It used to be a standard tradition that when you left an area (or organization, to make things simpler), a wrestler would lose his last match before moving on to another area (organization).
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