The Best And Worst Of WWE Payback

By: 06.17.13  •  124 Comments


Pre-show notes:

– Brandon here. Our special guest writer for the Best and Worst of WWE Payback No Year Necessary is Mr. Nick Bond. If you don’t know who he is:

Nick Bond is the managing editor at The Classical, he’s written for Buzzfeed, and he also runs a wrestling blog called Juice Make Sugar with his best friend Dave. He tweets using his self-appointed, third-person nickname (@TheN1ckster) from high school, because he lacks the ability to process shame. He, like Patty Smyth (and Sergeant Hatred) before him, is a warrior and will die at the hand of his archenemy.

Give him a warm welcome or I will come to your house and fight you in real life.

Comments, likes, shares and what-have-you are all appreciated.

And that’s it! Please click through to enjoy the Best and Worst of WWE Payback. Take it away, Nick.

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