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This Week's Episode:
The Dawning of a New Bray
aka The Promise of a New Bray
aka A Bray New World
aka The Bray of Reckoning
aka Final Judgement Bray
aka Bray-back's a Bitch
Featuring a brief review of the
Survivor Series SmackDown storylines,
and a full preview of tonight's action.
It's Gonna Be A Bright,
Bright, Bright (bright) Sunshiney Bray.
Bray Wyatt pinned Roman Reigns, in the middle of the ring, at a major PPV event.
I won't say he pinned him clean, even though I believe he did, because of the Luke Harper interference at ringside, forcing Roman to deal with three guys at once.
But come on, Roman. It's nothing you haven't magically overcome before. You're invincible, remember?
The best part of this is that because they're on different brands, Roman Reigns can't immediately get his win back. Sure, they'll probably have Roman eliminate the entire Wyatt Family single handedly during the Royal Rumble, and that sucks, but for now, Roman Reigns just has to eat his failure with a big bowl of tears as a side dish, he's got to choke on it and wonder how it all went wrong.
I like Bray Wyatt and I do not like Roman Reigns, in case you could not tell.
Now how did Bray go from the guy who loses to Kane two months ago at Backlash to the guy who leads his charges to victory in the most important of the Survivor Series matches in this, one of the new Big Four Events.
Well, apparently, all it took was for him to brainwash the right guy.
He's been concentrating on size as the overriding criteria--Luke Harper, Erick Rowan, and Braun Strowman are all big boys--but he should have been focused on another attribute: Animal Cunning.
And Randy Orton has that in spades.
Case in point:
Randy Orton is the perfect missing piece to create a New Era at Smackdown Live.
Personally I can't wait for the Era of "The Braysian Dawn Movement." Hans Gruber read about them in time magazine, you know.
And Now, A Preview of Tonight's Smackdown:
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