The Best And Worst Of Impact Wrestling 12/5/13: The Ghost Of Earl Hebner’s Dignity

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Hi, friends! I hope you all head a great week of eating turkey (even if vegan Thanksgivings are way better), and the holidays aren’t stressing you out to much. Thanks for being that person who also reads the pre-show notes, and knows we took a day off. You are beautiful, no matter what they say.

– Are you into podcasts? Want to hear why Jessica Fletcher is my hero? Or maybe hear me talk to a lovely Mancunian about wrestling? Click here if you love Brandon or me or getting cryfaced over cartoon dinosaurs, and here for the Nice Day Podcast, the other Mick Foley-themed podcast I was so generously invited onto for the first time, and hopefully not the last.

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This week on Impact: Joseph Park almost makes me cry, and Ethan Carter III’s anatomy does the opposite.

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