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The Best And Worst Of WWE Raw 3/30/15: A Cole Day In Hell

Pre-show notes:

– Be sure you’ve read the Best and Worst of WrestleMania 31. It features important pro wrestling analysis and also references to midcard Blitzball teams.

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Best: I Mean We Are Technically Still In Suplex City

Requisite “Brock Lesnar is my favorite wrestler and also the best wrestler” preface.

The thing I love most about Lesnar right now is how easy it is to change his alignment. The trick to getting him from heel to face is simply aiming him at a heel or face. That’s it. Lesnar’s one of those guys who doesn’t have a “character.” He’s just himself. He’s an amped up, unhinged version of himself, but this is a guy who trains by carrying around fallen trees and machine-guns prairie dogs for fun. There isn’t a mellow, regular version. Because of that, you can’t fit him neatly into “heel” or “face.” He’s BROCK LESNAR. It’s more important.

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