The Best and Worst of WWE Backlash 2017

Previously on the Best and Worst of Backlash: AJ Styles shocked the world by becoming WWE Champion and Heath Slater became one half of the Tag Team Champions, definitely giving us both the most unexpected WWE title win and most unexpected win for a former member of 3MB in the same show! That’s a feat that’ll never be topped!

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And now, the Best and Worst of WWE Backlash 2017 for May 21, 2017.

Worst/Best: How Not To Debut Shinsuke Nakamura

These are divisive, emotionally tumultuous times, so instead of going my normal route of making Dolph Ziggler jokes, I’m going to point out a couple of things I don’t think he should’ve done in this match with Shinsuke Nakamura.