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Best and worst of SmackDown Live: October 24, 2017

Riju Dasgupta
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26.81K   //    25 Oct 2017, 09:05 IST

An okay episode, with one major glaring issue
An okay episode, with one major glaring issue

The end of RAW last week set social media on fire, with everyone wondering what was next in the battle of WWE's two brands. We're certain it made a lot more people tune in than usual, but did the eventual product deliver?

We bring you our analysis of the show that just concluded at the BMO Harris Bank Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In many ways, we were disappointed with what was served to us. Overall, this show scores a thumbs down in our books.

However, opinions are subjective and therefore you are welcome to chime in with your valuable comments, in the section below. What did you think of the show?

Without further ado, here is the 'Best and Worst' of SmackDown Live, WWE's 'B-Show'.

#1 Worst: No retribution

Kurt Angle must be the nicest General Manager in history
Kurt Angle must be the nicest General Manager in WWE history

Only a few hours ago, we saw the invasion of the red brand and were curious to see how the aftermath plays out on the blue brand.

Other than recaps and references made to the attack, and a supposed security force that was guarding the arena from the outside, there was no sign of any RAW Superstars. Much like us, a lot of fans probably turned up disappointed at how things played out.

Not only does it make RAW look like a weak brand which does not want any compensation for the damage done, we wonder if it turns off viewers after getting them invested in a particular angle. Even a verbal warning from Kurt Angle would have served the purpose had it been shown on the titantron.

We're certain there will be a RAW invasion down the line, but maybe the SmackDown invasion on RAW should have been held off till then?

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Riju Dasgupta
Riju Dasgupta is the bassist of heavy metal bands Albatross and Primitiv. He's also a former guest columnist for Rolling Stone India. His primary passion remains watching and reviewing the art of professional wrestling for Sportskeeda. In the world of heavy metal, he goes by the moniker- Dr. Hex.
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