Previously on the Best and Worst of Smackdown Live: All the participations in the Fastlane main even fought each other, Daniel Bryan got really into WhatCulture videos, and Rusev wasn’t on the show for two weeks.
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Hi, I’m Emily Pratt and this is the latest installment of my regular column, The Best and Worst of New Japan Pro Wrestl – wait, what? How did I get here? I’m locked in a closet with a laptop and a note that says, “I need to you cover the Smackdown Live review this week because I have an extremely busy schedule as a successful vegan pro wrestling writer. Hope this episode isn’t [checks notes] cold boogers on a paper plate! – Brandon.” Oh, okay. Just another day at With Spandex!
And now, the Best and Worst of WWE Smackdown Live for February 27, 2018.