Do u feel like WWE creating so many bad PPVs this year on purpose?
Elimination Chamber = Nothing to write home about. The only good match, just like last year, was Smackdown! Elimination chamber with HBK costing The Undertaker his WHC as its highlight.
Wrestlemania 26 = The only match worth watching, like Hulk Hogan & Stone Cold stated, is the main event. The rest of card is crap, the commentary is horrible, the divas match was an insult, Edge vs Y2J failed to meet the expectation, Batista vs Cena failed to eclipse Austin vs Rock, and Bret vs Vince turns out to be the second worst Wrestlemania match ever right after Lesnar vs Goldberg. No wonder the buyrate dropped again.
Extreme Rules = If duct tape was the most extreme thing WWE could over, then this PPV fell flat on its face cause it failed to even halfway touch its own name.
Over The Limit = Matt Bishop derided the show, calling it "one of the worst WWE pay-per-view events in a long time". And I agree with him.
Fatal 4-Way = One of the worst PPV ever held, nuff said. The buyrate is second lowest after 2006 December To Dismember.
Money In The Bank = Perhaps WWE's best PPV this year. I'll give that much. But only 1 out of 8? Pathetic.
Summerslam = The Sun's Rob McNichol said the event 'failed to deliver in the ring, leaving us feeling lukewarm at best.' He also stated that Daniel Bryan's return and the high-quality main event saved the PPV because of the first 2-and-a-bit hours. Summing up, he gave the event a 5.5 out of 10. Lower than the 8/10 from last years event. One of the worst Summerslam of all time. Predictable ending and DQ finishes ruined the PPV. It's up there with Summerslam 1995 & 2003 as the worst Summerslam ever.
If it continues like this, I won't be surprised if Wrestlemania 27 next year got a low buyrate, no sold out crowd much like the last two Wrestlemanias, and gives Wrestlemania 2, 9, and 11 a run for their money as the worst Wrestlemania ever.