Talk about throwing a match together last second. As WWE worked on the aftermath of Roman Reigns crashing the ambulance with Braun Strowman in it, fans got Heath Slater vs. Curt Hawkins. The two were still putting their ring attire on as firefighters arrived. People were focused on the big screen and Slater won without the ending even airing on any TV screen. It felt pointless for either to get warmed up for a match that was given no attention by announcers or fans.
The WWE returned to pay per view with Sunday’s Great Balls Of Fire, where no titles changed hands and 9 matches were shoved down our throats. Overall, the three plus hours moved along but the show felt bland at times. Somewhere in that mix of ordinary, five wrestlers left Great Balls Of Fire as real losers.