Best and Worst of Smackdown Live - 25 October 2016
Smackdown decimated Raw with an action packed, and fun show with a major heel turn
How do you do it, Smackdown? With a roster that looks inferior on paper, Smackdown Live pulls off a show that leaves us begging for more by the time it is finished, when compared to Raw, which generally leaves us exhausted and relieved that it is over!
As sports entertainment journalists, we’re thrilled to watch Smackdown Live and immerse ourselves in the viewing experience. We had very, very little to complain about, with regard to today’s show. The Blue Brand definitely conquered the red one this week.
Let’s travel straight to the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin; and talk about the action that transpired on the show!
#1 Best: Mister Abigail
Has Randy Orton gone over to the dark side, and aligned himself with the Wyatts? This is a question that has been intriguing everyone who watched Smackdown Live this week, and we believe that it gives the Randy Orton character a fresh coat of paint that he’s been missing for a long, long time.
He works much better as a heel than a babyface in any case. Moreover, his ominous promo proclaiming- ‘If you can’t beat em, join em’, is the most interesting thing he’s said in a long, long time.
Definitely beats chasing after Bray Wyatt in a cheesy horror movie setting backstage and locking him up in garage sheds.