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Reviewing Extreme Rules, and what is RAW doing with its women’s division?

This week’s Rudo Radio looks at Extreme Rules as well as the fallout on RAW, talks women’s divisions, and of course, the Great Ball of Fire logo.

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Extreme Rules was... okay! There were some real great parts, and some character-murdering-what-are-you-even-doing parts, but overall, it was... okay!

It was also followed up by a strong RAW and SmackDown, so that helps, even if it’s pretty clear that only one of those two shows knows what it’s doing with its respective women’s division. Spoiler: it is not RAW that knows what it’s doing there.

We also get into why the Miz/Ambrose match worked, our belief in Samoa Joe’s belief in himself, and also how the Great Balls of Fire logo sure looks like a flaming done with fiery balls attached. Just a big ole dong made of fire.

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