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The Best And Worst Of WWE Raw 3/2/15: Give Viagra Jokes A Chance

Pre-show notes:

– It looks like I’ll be headed to WrestleMania 31 this year and its surrounding activities, so if you’re planning to be there as well, let’s high-five and do a thing. I’ll know more about where I’m actually being dragged around to in the coming weeks, so worst case scenario we’ll find each other at WrestleCon and laugh about how much we paid for photos with the Disco Inferno.

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Please click through for the Best and Worst of WWE Raw for March 2, 2015.

Best: Seth Rollins, Best Of The Best

The theme of this week’s column is praising the small victories.

Usually Raw’s opening segment is a 25-minute, slowly-spoken dialogue about how everybody feels about everything, capped off with the announcement of a match they could’ve announced in 30 seconds with a graphic. Guys just stand in the ring to be seen, say things to hear the sounds of their own voices and come and go via musical cue. It’s the safest, most throwaway moment of every show. You could skip the first half hour of Raw every week and miss nothing. What you did miss you’d see five or six times in MOMENTS AGO video packages throughout the night.

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