Weekly Wrasslin' Wroundup (Mar 30 - Apr 3)

Another format tweak! Yay!

LUCHA UNDERGROUND

...which included another decent match in the Aerostar-Drago series, and promise for the future in the form of a new Trios tag title and a vignette for a new wrestler who's trying to AVENGE THE DEATH OF HER PARENTS!!!!

was better than...

WWE MONDAY NIGHT RAW

...which featured the debut of the now firstnameless Adrian Neville and Brock Lesnar going nuts and murdering the announce team and a cameraman, but then squandered a lot of the post-Wrestlemania heat by having the entire show after BROCK SMASH be lackluster and/or stupid oh and for some reason they couldn't tip the announce table back upright after Brock knocked it over...

... which was better than...

WWE NXT

...which, despite having the Match of the Week in Breeze-Itami III, was weak overall, with a Rhyno squash, a match breaking up a jobber tag team nobody cared about, and the tag team champions that also nobody cares about. They're working hard to make Blake and Murphy credible champs, but they can't make them interesting or make sense. They're sort of southern and have a dubstep intro and wear generic tights! Get on board?

...which was better than...

WWE SMACKDOWN

...in which we learned why Sheamus is evil now (he hates unmanly wrestlers like Daniel Bryan and Dolph Ziggler), Titus O'Neil and Darren Young called out The New Day in what I'm already predicting will be the worst feud of the year, and a bunch of complete non-surprises got set up for Extreme Rules. Oh, and Luke Harper wrestled Dean Ambrose again because they had to fill two hours of show.