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The Best And Worst Of Smackdown 9/13/13: Tantamount To Hyperbole

Yup, I’m still here! Am I allowed to join the “How long Nate survives reviewing Smackdown” pool? Hmmm, no, I suppose that wouldn’t be fair. Well, anwyays…

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On we go! If the skyyyyy turns blaaaack it don’t matter…

Best: The Perfect 500-pound Punching Bag

So, Smackdown started out with Triple H being hilariously evil to the Big Show. First he made him read an incredibly phony pre-written apology, then threatened to fire him anyways, then suspended him without pay for the show, and then, finally, had the Shield beat him up for good measure.

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