Ranking every WWE pay-per-view in 2019 so far from worst to best
#6 Stomping Grounds
Stomping Grounds is a perfect example of why you shouldn't write a PPV off before it happens. Most fans jumped to the conclusion that Stomping Grounds would be a terrible show just because of the stale product that WWE was putting on weekly. However, the talent worked really hard to make this show a decent one.
The first half of the pay-per-view was really great, with two fantastic tag team matches involving the likes of the New Day, the Planet's Tag Team Champions and Heavy Machinery. Ricochet surprisingly won the United States Championship from Samoa Joe while the action was solid throughout the night.
The second half of the show might not have been that great, but there was nothing terrible. Even the lumbering WWE Championship steel cage match provided an excellent finish, with Kofi Kingston diving through the ropes to touch the floor before Dolph Ziggler could, to win the match.
The main event may have been an underwhelming and prolonged angle, but the payoff was good. Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch standing tall at the end of the show was a fun moment, capping off a solid night that exceeded expectations.