The Best And Worst Of WWE Raw 8/25/14: A Womb Of One’s Own

By: 08.26.14  •  113 Comments

Nikki Bella Brie Bella womb discussion

Pre-show notes:

– I was in a car for almost 44 hours this weekend, so I’m watching this episode on Tuesday morning as opposed to live on Monday night. Usually the only difference is that my reports are more optimistic, because I did not have to sit through three hours of Raw in realtime.

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