The Best And Worst Of WWE Raw 12/8/14: You Think I Give A Damn About A Slammy

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Please click through for the Best and Worst of WWE Raw for December 8, 2014.

Best: Seth Green Is Teeny And Actually A Pretty Good Host

Since September, Raw has guest starred a tabloid talk show host from 20 years ago, a pair of drunk 60-year olds, a house cat from a popular meme and a shirtless, obese comedian in a Rey Mysterio mask. They could’ve announced the coolest person in the world guest starring on Raw and I would’ve recoiled. They could’ve announced the Slammys were being hosted by Shaft and I still would’ve thrown up my hands and left the room.