The Best And Worst Of WWE Raw 2/11/19: Suspension Of Disbelief


Previously on the Best and Worst of Raw: Becky Lynch was suspended by management, putting her WrestleMania main-event in danger. Also, EC3 battled Dean Ambrose, Finn Bálor had a singles match where his opponent suddenly changed, and Bayley had to wrestle by herself because Sasha Banks was injured. Up next, a completely different Raw!

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And now, here’s the Best and Worst of WWE Raw for February 11, 2019.

Worst: A Pair Of Suspenders

This is sure a thing.

Let’s try to just break this down based on what happened, and not on our immediate thoughts and feelings as Armchair Booker-ass Internet Types. On last week’s Raw, Becky Lynch punched her boss in the face for telling her she needed to go to the doctor, based on her previous understanding of how evil WWE general manager figures work and assuming it was a set-up for some kind of career-threatening swerve. On Smackdown, she had a similar incident with Triple H where he insulted her for a bit for not doing what he says, then slapped him in the face. Your mileage may vary depending on how able you are to still enjoy WRESTLER VS. BOSS stories after 20 straight years and like a thousand episodes of them.