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The Best And Worst Of WWE Raw 4/10/17: Somebody Call The Wambulance


Previously on the Best and Worst of WWE Raw: It was the Raw after WrestleMania, so lots happened. Finn Bálor returned, The Revival made their main roster debut and Roman Reigns cut the promo of his life. Kurt Angle is back as the Raw General Manager, the Hardy Boyz are your Raw Tag Team Champions, and the rosters are about to get shaken up.

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And now, the Best and Worst of WWE Raw for April 10, 2017.

Best/Worst: Superstars Are Shaking Up!

This week is the Superstar Shake-up™, which is a lot like the Draft but not called a draft, because reasons. That means that for one night only, Raw looks like it has everyone on the WWE roster and Smackdown is just AJ Styles wrestling a cardboard cut-out of John Cena every week. Smackdown gets their guys on Tuesday night, and we don’t get any information about it beyond a few “you’re staying” mentions.

Up first to join Raw is The Miz, who experienced a career renaissance by feuding with John Cena and passive-aggressively feuding with Daniel Bryan. Now he’s on Raw, where he … uh, won’t get to feud with John Cena OR Daniel Bryan, gets humiliated in the open by Dean Ambrose and loses a match to Sami Zayn.

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