The Best And Worst Of WWE Smackdown Live 3/5/19: Man-At-Arms


WWE Smackdown Live

Previously on the Best and Worst of WWE Smackdown Live: Vince McMahon continued his “show up and replace someone in a match because REASONS” gimmick by subbing in a returning Kevin Owens for Kofi Kingston at Fastlane. He also contributed this evergreen image to our lives …

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

Best: Damn You, John Cena!

Let’s pour one out for R-Truth’s United States Championship reign, which vanished for most of February before returning for two glorious weeks and ending. Last week, we were introduced to the idea of John Cena being R-Truth’s “childhood idol,” which is hilarious, because he’s six years younger than Truth. It also gave us, “damn, he brave,” which is one of those one-time pro wrestling phrases like, “I’m sorry, I love you,” that’ll never stop being quotable.

This week, Truth is frustrated to realize he has to do the United States Open Challenge every week, and even tries to skip it when “Mrs. Sexy Gloves” Lacey Evans does her bi-weekly senility wander. The best bit is probably him trying to understand the “you can’t see me” catchphrase, since he sees him everywhere from his “John Cena bed sheets” to “a movie about a car that was also a alien robot.” “John Cena showed up there, too!”

I’m happy that Samoa Joe finally won a championship on the main roster, but it better not cut into this R-Truth comedic renaissance.

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