Breaking Down the Best and Worst of the WWE for Week of March 3

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Breaking Down the Best and Worst of the WWE for Week of March 3
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World-class villainy and intensity furnished the best that WWE delivered in the first week of March.

Batista successfully rediscovered his bad-boy ways, Triple H remained a generator of hatred and The Shield and The Wyatt Family strove to outdo their instant classic from Elimination Chamber. Adam Rose earned his way onto the list of the week's highs as well, thanks to an infectious, fun-filled entrance.

The week's letdowns include the swirl of disappointment, misinformation and misguided frustration that was CM Punk's non-return on Raw.

That story dominated the headlines, Punk getting more press for doing nothing than many wrestlers got for toiling in the ring. The action on Raw, SmackDown, Main Event and NXT offered plenty to pick apart and plenty to praise.

The following is a plunge into the most entertaining performances and least successful offerings of the week.

 

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