The Best And Worst Of WWE Smackdown Live 1/1/19: The Spontaneous Combustion Of John


WWE Smackdown Live

Previously on the Best and Worst of WWE Smackdown Live: AJ Styles punched Vince McMahon in the face, Daniel Bryan stomped Santa Claus to death, and the mighty RUSEV became United States Champion again. Plus, Shane McMahon stopped being a jerk for like one minute!

Remember that With Spandex is on Twitter, so follow it. Follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. You can also follow me on Twitter. BUY THE SHIRT.

One more thing: Hit those share buttons! Spread the word about the column on Facebook, Twitter and whatever else you use. Be sure to leave us a comment in our comment section below as well. I know we always ask this, and that this part is copy and pasted in every week, but we appreciate it every week.

Here’s this week’s Best and Worst of WWE Smackdown Live, New Years Day edition, for January 1, 2019.

Best: Big Hair John

Let’s go ahead and start off the column with the only segment anyone’s going to remember from this episode: the Smackdown Live return of “free agent” John Cena, now with realistic life-like hair. I typed this on Twitter, and I’ve probably already typed it in the column a thousand times, but I always want John Cena on television until he’s actually there. Then all my wrestling fan Spidey Senses start tingling and I have to type 15 bad things about him. Say what you will, but that “he gets a reaction” thing is truer for John Cena than it is for anyone. I can’t have him on TV without feeling something, good or bad.

×