The Best And Worst Of WWE Battleground

By: 10.07.13  •  77 Comments
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Pre-show notes:

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– Pay-per-view reports kinda kick my ass when it comes to trying to crank out them and a full Raw report in the span of 24 hours, so I’m taking a rare week off from The Best and Worst of WWE Raw column and handing it over to my good friend Mr. Joe Starr. You may know him as the host of The Joe Starr Show (Starring Joe Starr) at The Nerdist or from a thousand other things. I’m telling you now so you don’t do that WHERE’S BRANDON BRING BACK BRANDON thing tomorrow. Also, so you don’t do that “this is way better than when Brandon does it” thing. DON’T DO ANY THINGS.

– GIFs by the always wonderful Jessica Hudnall, aka Lobster Mobster.

– There’s a live report on the last page, so make sure you stick around for that.

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