Previously on the Best and Worst of Smackdown Live: Rusev continued not to wrestle, Shane McMahon almost died eating popcorn, and John Cena showed up to make speeches and crush dreams.
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Hey, this is once again Emily Pratt, who usually just writes these about New Japan. I’m going to be covering the Smackdown reports for Brandon for a while. I temporarily gained this column the exact same way John Cena got into the main event at Fastlane, if Cena vs. Styles had gone down in the parking lot of a Whole Foods and Styles had lost on purpose and also Cena couldn’t afford to shop at Whole Foods.
And now, the Best and Worst of WWE Smackdown Live for March 6, 2018.