Personally speaking, the Pro Bowl and all other all-star games are jokes. Yes, it’s great that all of our favorite players come together for one night, but really there’s no game. No one takes the event serious. It’s just another way for the NFL to expand revenue and we, as football lovers will watch anything that has football in the description.
However, there are 7 things that will be a bit more exiting than the Pro Bowl Sunday night, which is at 8 PM EST.
1. Catch up on House of Cards. It returns February 27.
2. The Royal Rumble will be happening on the WWE Network for $9.99.
This week’s Match of the Week is Shawn Michaels vs. Ric Flair at WrestleMania 24. Personally, these are two of the greatest to ever put on the boots.
Mr. McMahon told Flair that whenever he lost he next match his career would his last. “The Nature Boy” then went on a huge winning streak heading into this historic match. “The Heart Break Kid” insulted Flair by calling him Old Yeller.
These are the top 5 reasons to watch this match:
Ric Flair’s last match in WWE.
Flair took three shots of “Sweet Chin Music”
Jim Ross and Jerry “The King” Lawler calls the action. Need I say more?
Flair connected from the top rope.
You get to see an apparent respect between the two competitors.
This, however, was not the last match for Flair. A year later he went to work for TNA.
This match and others are all available on the WWE Network.
This year seemed to be the year of the goat, but Bryan injured his neck earlier tis year. The leader of the “Yes Movement” said that the WWE Universe is the reason why he was able to defeat Triple H, Batista, and Randy Orton at WrestleMania in front of over 75,000 spectators.
The twenty-eighth annual pay-per-view will be held at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
WrestleMania 13 was clearly a background for one of the greatest double turns in the history of wrestling. “Stone Cold” Steve Austin faced off against Bret “Hitman” Hart in a submission match. Anyone who knows about Austin’s style knows that he did not have a submission maneuver in his arsenal. The two figure out a way to make this match work with a little help from “color”. Enjoy this week’s featured Match of the Week.
Referee: Ken Shamrock
Announcers: Vince McMahon, Jim Ross, Jerry “The King” Lawler
This match is available on the WWE Network for $9.99 if you would like to see the complete aftermath.