Last night’s RAW was another in a long line of #booty episodes. Luckily for us, The New Day are still doing their thing. Even better is the fact that they finally had their onscreen union with Team BAD. YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! A lot of us have been waiting for this moment.
In case you’re unaware, New Day and Team BAD have been doing a lot of stuff together. Unfortunately, it’s all been backstage, and on social media. It’s readily available for us to see, but if it’s not on Monday Night Raw, then it essentially never happened.
The New Day: 1 Team B.A.D.: 0 pic.twitter.com/vWGv7KbvYL
— ShinigamE (@WWEBigE) September 9, 2015
This union, however, most definitely happened.
IT’S A BAD DAY, YES IT IS!!
This is excellent. I can’t understand how it took them this long to do it. Both groups have been over AF for a while now. Why make Team BAD go through all those pointless matches with Team Bella, or Team PCB, when they could have been killin’ it with the Tag Team Champions?
I can’t wait to see how this plays out from here.
For this installment’s second place trophy, I have chosen Dolph Ziggler vs. Kevin Owens. It was the only match on the show that had in-ring action worth watching. The opening was a forty minute long, sixteen man tag team match between The League of Nations (Sheamus, Rusev, Alberto Del Rio, King Barrett), The Wyatt Family, Team Extreme (Bubba Ray Dudley, D-Von Dudley, Rhyno, Tommy Dreamer), and whatever Roman Reigns’ stable is called (it’s made up of him, The Uso Brothers, and Dean Ambrose).
All those talented guys, and yet, the end of that dookie fest couldn’t come fast enough. That’s why Ziggler and KO wins second place. They’re too good to put on a bad match. Plus, it gave them an excuse to cart Tyler Breeze out, as he’s still feuding with Dolph. I don’t know how I feel about that rivalry, but I’ll always be hyped to see Prince Pretty on Monday Night Raw. He deserves it.
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