In celebration of
Elimination Chamber No Way Out St. Valentine’s Day Massacre WWE Fastlane, I’ve enlisted the hearts and minds of four funny people who happen to be diehard wrestling fans.
These are the hard hitting questions about the pay-per-view event that none of us would be watching if we weren’t already shelling out $9.99 a month. This is the most controversial quiz of all time about the pay-per-view event that we might just read the results of. This is the most gutsy examination of the pay-per-view event where there are almost no stakes whatsoever (except for that one match, sure).
Let’s meet the participants:
Martin Morrow is a comedian and producer of Comedians You Should Know from Chicago as seen on NBC’s Last Comic Standing. He tours with The Second City and plays with 3Peat and you can follow him at @martinMmorrow.
Lauren Vino is a comedian, writer and wrestling fan based out of NYC. She’s trained at House of Glory Wrestling School in Queens and lived to write about it at MTV News. Follow her on Twitter at @LaurenVino.
Scotland Green is a comedian living in New York City. His favorite Spirit Squad member is Mikey. Follow him on Twitter @ScotlandGreen.
On to the questions:
What’s a better name for the Fastlane pay-per-view?
Martin Morrow: The Obligatory Pay-Per-View Before WrestleMania with a Bunch of Matches You’ve Already Seen. Or “WWE Apology.”
Scotland Green: Rest Area on the Road to WrestleMania. A little long, but I think it fits.
Lauren Bencaz: Let’s Stall & Try To Make More Money Before WrestleMania.
Lauren Vino: Road Work Ahead. Construction Zone. This year, they should just call it Safety First.