Late Night Coverage Of The World Cup, Ranked

It's been a busy year in the WWE
It's been a busy year in the WWE

We are just weeks away from the end of 2018, and this past Sunday night, the WWE presented their final PPV of the year, TLC.

After initially cutting down on their PPV schedule, and making all PPVs duel branded, the WWE still managed to produce 15 PPV events this year, with three of them taking place outside of The United States, and one of them being the first ever all-female event in their history.

Like most years, 2018 has been a mixed bag in terms of quality, with the company some classic events and some absolute stinkers as well.

With that in mind, let's take a look back at all of the PPVs from 2018 and rank them from worst to best.

#15: Crown Jewel

Crown Jewel did not go down too well
Crown Jewel did not go down too well

Crown Jewel will likely be remembered as one of the most controversial WWE events of all time. The events surrounding the show saw two of the company's top stars, John Cena and Daniel Bryan, refuse to attend the show and also saw the WWE shrowded in negative press.

Outside of the controversy before the event, the show itself was pretty woeful as well. The company made a farce of the World Cup by having Shane McMahon win the whole thing, seemingly to no end; they also managed to enrage their fanbase by having Brock Lesnar defeat Braun Strowman in a matter of minutes.

The rest of the show featured matches that ranged from poor to average, and ultimately, the whole thing is best left forgotten.

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