The Best And Worst Of WWE Raw 4/28/14: I Am Damien Sandow, Master Of Magnet

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– I’m afraid I’ve got some BAD NEWS. If you don’t share this column, it won’t be successful and I’ll have to stop making jokes and wait tables for a living. Can we get some decorum here?

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– GIFfage via Jerusalem at Punchsport Pagoda, additional screen cappage via Jay Reviews Things.

– Want to watch a good, free wrestling show? Want to watch one where I’m the ring announcer? Inspire Pro Wrestling’s February show Light The Fuse is up on YouTube in its entirety, and it’s a thing you should watch.

– If you’ve been following the progress of Meet Me There, the reviews are starting to pour in and they’re extremely positive. So far we’ve heard from folks like Geekscape, UK Horror Scene, Deadshirt, The Dead House and more. If you’ve got a place that does movie reviews (or has “dead” in the title) and you want to check out our screener, hit me up so we can work something out.

Please click through to enjoy the Best and Worst of WWE Raw for April 28, 2014.

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