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What Happened After Battleground, Cesaro’s Giant Swing

– WWE posted this video of Antonio Cesaro hitting the Cesaro Swing on The Great Khali at Battleground last night:

Cesaro commented after the match:

“Super sized #CesaroSwing for the win @wwe #WWEBattleground #throwback #WeThePeople”

– After WWE Battleground went off the air, referees checked on Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton until they both got up. Bryan hit a flying knee on Orton to end it.

There were lots of “refund” and “bullshit” chants inside the arena and then as fans made their way out of the arena. Fans in attendance noted that it was a very gloomy exit from the arena and that nobody was buying merchandise or being excited.

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  • Devon

    They should be mad. I’m kinda mad. This is why I dont pay for ppvs and go to many events. Cuz it usually fuckin sucks or I get mad about booking decisions

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aMVlNPjpbI The Devourer of Dimensions

    Don’t expect a Battleground 2014.

  • MusclemanFreddy

    It was without a doubt a mediocre PPV. The worst of the year thus far.

  • OsamaBenAfflak

    Only match worth watching was the Rhodes Vs Shield

  • tmeister

    Well wwe not only did you piss of the internet fans but you mange to piss off the casual fans which is not a good sign hahaha

  • jcice13

    the WWE almost as often as not, pisses off their fan base with lousy booking ideas, or ones that start exciting but then they don’t have a decent arc to them, so to be pissed by anything they do is well just not worth the effort, but when your entire crowd leaves with a bad taste in their mouths? that’s not a good omen..how much did they charge for this PPV?

    • Tim van Wijngaarden

      I believe the suggested retail price is about 45 dollars for each PPV, with Wrestlemania being 55.

      Mind you it was free for Sky TV customers in Europe, meaning I was a happy man not having paid for this bullshit.

  • JustPro

    Sounds like one of those “in your house” type shows that WWE did back before RAW was born…. Sounds like very un interesting PPV. I mean how hard could it be making a special gimmick match for the PPV like WCW’s War games and bring that back to bring some interesting action. What happened to making most of the matches to actually look like what the PPV is called…. Like Hell in a Cell….

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