The Best And Worst Of WWE Raw 8/18/14: It’s For Charity

By: 08.19.14  •  158 Comments
Looks like karma got her after all!


Looks like karma got her after all!

Pre-show notes:

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Important Real Life Stuff: If you live in the Chicago area, want to see Meet Me There (the movie I made with Goldust) and want an excuse to bump into Bruce Campbell, the film’s screening at this weekend’s Wizard World Chicago event as part of the Bruce Campbell Horror Film Festival. I’ll be there, so if you come to this and say hi, we’re friends for life.

If you live in Austin and can’t make it to Chicago, you can come say hi and earn my friendship for a very long time by hitting up the next Inspire Pro Wrestling event on August 31.

Click on through for the Best and Worst of WWE Raw for August 18, 2014.

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