WWE Smackdown Live Reaction -
No Mercy Go Home Show
Check out my great, good, bad, and pathetic from Tuesday night's edition of Smackdown Live.
- The final confrontation before this Sunday's triple threat WWE title match between AJ Styles, John Cena and Dean Ambrose was pretty damn good. All three have really been on their game on the mic lately and this talking segment meant sense and really built up the main event of No Mercy. The physical aspect where all three got their visual of hoisting the title was impressive too.
- I loved the video production Miz presented about the career failures of Dolph Ziggler. That was excellent and so well done. Damn, the guy did have it rough over the years. What a loser.
- While I loved the video production Miz presented, the talking segment was just good. It wasn't particularly good, and the talking was the same shit they said last week basically. But it was good to see the Spirit Squad. But they looked bad.
- There was a lot of bad on this show. Matter of fact there was a lot of boring and pointless on this show. Smackdown is filled with jobbers, that's the problem.
- Jack Swagger made Baron Corbin tap out and it was so stupid how they did it. First, I care nothing about these two and they are being pushed like they matter. Who could care about this.
- I hate what they are doing with American Alpha. Its not helping them get over, and at this point this bullshit with Slater and Rhyno needs to end and these guys need to be champions or feuding with the Uso's, who should be the champions, now.
- Rest of this show just sucked. Really there were only two good segments. The women were featured but none of it was good.
- This bullshit with Orton and Wyatt needs to end now. Hopefully its all over this Sunday. Jeez, its bad.