Vintage Best And Worst: WWE NXT 4/20/10, Season 1 Episode 9

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Pre-show notes:

– Here’s a link to NXT season 1, episode 9, should you choose to revisit it and follow along. Spoiler alert: you probably don’t want to.

– Be sure to follow our recap of NXT season 1 on its now less-organized tag page and catch up on any episodes you might’ve missed. In 7 weeks, announcer Justin Roberts gets hit in the face with a pugil stick. Just kidding, but what happens to him is also pretty bad.

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As for now, please click through for the Best and Worst of WWE NXT season 1, episode 9, originally airing on April 20, 2010.

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