The Best And Worst Of WWE Smackdown Live 2/5/19: King Of Men


WWE Smackdown Live

Previously on the Best and Worst of WWE Smackdown Live: We had an entire episode about how hard it is to impress George Mizanin! Oh also The New Daniel Bryan introduced The New WWE Championship title belt but they’re still not selling replicas, because they don’t know how to market anything that isn’t white text on a black t-shirt.

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And now, here’s the Best and Worst of WWE Smackdown Live for February 5, 2019.

Best/Worst: Honest Game Trailers

If you need a clear illustration of how WWE’s living in the past and has no confidence in their ideas anymore, look at Becky Lynch. She became the biggest star in the industry thanks to a groundswell of support in direct opposition to WWE’s proposed narrative, and thanks to some circumstantial luck ended up in a WrestleMania main-event-level one-on-one championship feud with Ronda Rousey. It’s the purest distillation of professional wrestling: one person vs. one other person on the biggest stage competing for what’s become the most prestigious championship.

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