Breaking Down the Best and Worst of the WWE for Week of July 14

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Breaking Down the Best and Worst of the WWE for Week of July 14
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Arrivals and exits provided the highs and lows of the WWE week. Fans saw Kenta sign a deal with the company, CM Punk say adieu and Sting just dip his toes into Vince McMahon's empire.

The sum of all those transactions is that WWE now boasts one of Japan's top stars on its roster and also has Sting around (but so far only promoting a video game). Punk hasn't competed since January, but the latest update on the future Hall of Famer's status had fans saying goodbye.

The best in-ring moments featured a rising prospect against a man who continues to rejuvenate his career at NXT. 

Damien Sandow has spent much of 2014 in the negative side of this weekly feature. It's not his performance that is suspect but the roles WWE has asked him to play. This time, officials asked him to bicker over a fast-food item before a bit of slapstick.

The nasty taste that scene left in fans' mouths is balanced out by the delectable nature of having Kenta as part of the WWE team. 

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