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The Best And Worst Of WWE Raw 8/6/18: First Do No Arm


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Previously on the Best and Worst of WWE Raw: Universal Champion Brock Lesnar brought a magazine to the show and sat in the back reading it for three hours. Smackdown has been really good, though.

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Here’s the Best and Worst of WWE Raw for August 6, 2018.

The Fucking Worst: B-Team, B-Team, No No No

Before we talk about anything this week, we’ve gotta touch on the B-Team’s new entrance theme. I probably would’ve loved it if they’d gone with it originally — it sounds like the Spirit Squad got brought back to sing in front of a computer trying to mimic John Philip Sousa — but to replace my precious butt-rock Battlescars? How dare you. I SAY HOW DARE YOU SIR. I haven’t been this personally betrayed by a fake fighting musical choice since I popped for Adam Rose’s NXT debut and someone at WWE was like, “shit, we can’t have Brandon liking things.”

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