The Best And Worst Of WWE NXT 8/14/14: The Death Of A Real Live Cowboy

Pre-show notes:

– You can watch this week’s show here. When you hear dubstep, fast forward.

– Be sure you’re reading our retro recap of NXT season 3. This week’s episode was surprisingly good, and it ended with a marriage proposal. When you’re done reading about GOOD NXT, go back and remember how super not good it used to be.

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