The Best And Worst Of WWE Smackdown Live 7/31/18: Unfair For Flair

WWE Smackdown Live

Previously on the Best and Worst of WWE Smackdown Live: The Miz threw a goddamn baby at Daniel Bryan. No, seriously. Also, Randy Orton joined the Bullet Club.

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Here’s the Best and Worst of WWE Smackdown Live for July 31, 2018.

Best: Carmella Is Good Enough At This To Do It Without James Ellsworth

This right here, this is Car-mella, and now that she’s rid of the James Ellsworth modifier again, she’s able to be an operable, enjoyable heel presence on her own. The “Mella is money” thing feels like it has a lot more legs than “my imperfect sex dog who looks like a grandpa trying to convince teenagers he really goes to high school keeps cheating for me, and nobody can stop us for some reason.” If Carmella can keep doing character work like this and continue to improve her in-ring game, she’s got a good chance of pulling what we call, “a Miz.”