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3 Interesting observations from this week's SmackDown Live (March 12, 2019)

Kartik Arry
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4.94K   //    13 Mar 2019, 20:53 IST

Here are a few interesting observations from this week's episode of SmackDown Live (Mar. 12)
Here are a few interesting observations from this week's episode of SmackDown Live (Mar. 12)

From Mr McMahon pitting Kofi Kingston against immeasurable odds to Shane McMahon addressing his sickening attack during WWE Fastlane, this week's edition of WWE SmackDown Live (12th March 2019) featured a lot of contrasting moments indeed.

To be quite honest, the episode itself was nonchalantly themed throughout the entire night (except the last segment). There was nothing particularly bad when it came to any booking decisions made during the show, but given the fact that we are now just three weeks away from this year's WrestleMania, one expects WWE's weekly shows to deliver on a grander scale.

With that being said, here are a few interesting observations you may have missed during this week's edition of SmackDown Live.


#3: Vince McMahon will always be one of the greatest heels and the biggest trolls of the wrestling industry

Mr McMahon pitted Kofi Kingston against immeasurable odds at the end of the episode
Mr
McMahon pitted Kofi Kingston against immeasurable odds at the end of the episode

If you thought that the entire McMahon family was going to heartily cater to their fans needs after proclaiming to bring in a new set of changes, things might have become a lot complicated for you in recent times.

Mr. McMahon is one of the most iconic on-screen characters in the wrestling industry. His decisions can be volatile, and it is hard to predict and understand the exact reason behind his each and every decision.

So it comes off as no surprise that during last night's show, fans were glued to a charismatic back-and-forth of words between Mr. McMahon and the members of The New Day. Not only Mr. McMahon's (the character) self-justified ego was at full display, but his purposeful intent to make decisions and deliver his lines with a 'troll-like' attitude had me genuinely howling with laughter during his bits.

Apparently, no one deserves anything, not even Vince McMahon (according to Mr McMahon himself!).

Now Kofi Kingston has to defeat Randy Orton... and Samoa Joe... and The Bar... and Rowan in a Gauntlet Match next week just in order to prove that he deserves to face Daniel Bryan for the WWE Championship!

Never stop the trolling, Mr McMahon...

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