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3 Reasons Why You Should Not Expect Much From WWE Stomping Grounds

Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston - WWE Stomping Grounds Steel Cage Match

WWE Stomping Grounds emanates this Sunday, June 23, 2019, from Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington. The show will be a continuation of rivalries from WWE Super ShowDown.

Nine matches are booked for the card, but none of them have sparked enough interest among the fans. Basically, it is seen as a copy of WWE Super ShowDown with several changes made to it. WWE suffered from low ratings and attendance at their events during the build up to the PPV.

Although the damage is already done and the match card is out in public, here are 3 reasons why the show may not live up to the hype.

3. Weak Match Card

WWE built most of these feuds for almost two months, but none of them had the magic to catch the attention of the fans. Besides, WWE Super ShowDown was just two weeks ago, which also shows that the storylines were developed in such a short time.

Baron Corbin facing Seth Rollins is not what fans want, they expected someone who could put on a classic with the Universal Champion. Let’s move on to Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston. How many times have we seen them compete in the same ring? Countless.

Kofi himself mentioned during a recent interview that he has faced Ziggler is almost 500 matches in WWE. Of course fans want something new. The same goes for Alexa Bliss vs. Bayley and Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre.

The rest of the card looks pretty weak too. The only match that stands out is Samoa Joe vs. Ricochet for the United States Championship.

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