The Best And Worst Of WWE NXT 3/20/14: The Episode That Made Me Sick For An Entire Weekend

By: 03.24.14  •  68 Comments
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Pre-show notes:

– Apologies for the lateness of this week’s report. Shortly after the episode aired I got crazy sick with flu and sinus problems that haven’t totally healed up yet, and I’ve been a worthless skin-sack full of rotting Play Doh since Friday morning. I’ll try not to let it happen again, and I hope my plague-like symptoms will clear up by my next birthday.

– We do this report every week (usually) as well as a revisit of season 1, so be sure to keep up with both of those.

– Here’s a link to this week’s episode on Hulu if you don’t have WWE Network and a link to it on the network if you do.

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

– Sharing the reports really helps a lot and gets the word out, especially on weeks like this when WWE needs to get the shame finger. So do that, please!

Please click through for the Best and Worst of WWE NXT for March 20, 2014.

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