Vintage Best And Worst: WWE NXT 6/22/10 Season 2 Episode 3

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Pre-show notes:

– This week’s episode is available on Hulu. Season 2 has barely any clips, probably because of how embarrassing the entire enterprise was, so be sure to watch the full episode.

– If you missed our season 1 retro recap, you can check out every episode here. The good news is that you’ve only missed two episodes of season 2, so head over to the NXT season 2 tag page and catch up on that, too. Justin Roberts still has a sore neck, so start reading before he heals up.

– Follow us on Twitter @withleather, follow me personally @MrBrandonStroud and like us on Facebook.

– Sharing the column earns you REDEMPTION POINTS! The reader with the most points by the end of the season wins. You know, unless we forget about it.

Click on through for the vintage Best and Worst of WWE NXT season 2, episode 3, originally aired on June 22, 2010.

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