The Best and Worst of Raw 3/21/11 offers up the best (meaning the highest quality to be found in a given activity or category of things) and worst (most faulty, unsatisfactory, or objectionable) of the March 21 edition of WWE Raw. Brandon Stroud is a syndicated advice columnist whose weekly column, The Best and Worst of Raw 3/21/11, is featured in over 250 newspapers nationwide.
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Long story short, I love pro wrestling, and it is a hard, hard thing to love.
Worst: HHH Cerebrally Assassinates Wakefulness
In case you missed it, here is a transcript of Triple H’s promo from Monday night:
“Y’know, Undertaker, nobody has ever beaten you at Wrestlemania. But in two weeks, at Wrestlemania, I will beat you, Undertaker. Undertaker, let’s get one thing straight… you are going to lose. I am going to beat you, Undertaker, at the Wrestlemania event in two weeks. So next week, Undertaker, I want to bring you out here and explain that in two weeks, Undertaker, I will beat you at Wresltemania.”
Who is he wrestling, and when exactly is this “Wrestlemania” you speak of happening?
Copy and paste that like eleven times into Wordpad and throw in some clip art of H sleeping and you’ve got the segment. Seriously, I think he lost track of what he was saying because he was literally boring himself to sleep and/or death mid-ring. I’m not the type to ramble on about backstage politics or get bent out of shape when one of my favorite guys loses a match, but man, wrestling sure is better when Triple H isn’t around.