The Best And Worst Of WWE Raw 10/3: A Blog Of No Confidence

By: 10.04.11  •  160 Comments

A few things before we place our votes.

– Be sure to read The Best And Worst Of WWE Hell In A Cell before reading this week’s report. Yes, there was a pay-per-view on Sunday. Another one!

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