WWE Battleground 2015 Review

May 26, 2023
David Sunnyside

This Sunday WWE presents its fifth pay-per-view event of the year, wwe battleground 2015. With a lot of big names and title defenses on the line it will be interesting to see if any new storylines can emerge from this night in St Louis.

John Cena and Kevin Owens meet again in a rubber match with the United States Championship on the line. After their epic encounters at the Elimination Chamber and Money In The Bank, many fans have been eager to see this feud continue in a big way on the main roster.

While this wasn’t a jaw-dropping match for either guy it was fun and the crowd reacted well to the action. Owens looked particularly good and the match had its moments, including a great running double knee drop by Owens. However, much of the match felt a little familiar, especially since the same types of spots were repeated from their previous two encounters.

Brock Lesnar vs Seth Rollins

After the Undertaker cost Brock Lesnar his chance at a World Heavyweight title rematch with Rollins at Money In The Bank, the Beast Incarnate returned to Raw where he used his rematch clause to take on Rollins. The pair fought a hard-hitting, thrilling bout in which Lesnar was able to use his strength to his advantage.

The bout turned a bit sloppy as the action spilled out of the ring and allowed a guy in a hoodie to hit Reigns with a chair. This gave Bray Wyatt the opportunity to knock out Reigns with a apron boot that he followed up with Sister Abigail for the pinfall.

David Sunnyside
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