The Best And Worst Of WWE NXT 9/11/13: Fonkay

By: 09.12.13  •  106 Comments
Xavier Woods

Pre-show notes:

– Over at The Mandible Claw, I devoted the first half of a podcast to my “WWE NXT and Chikara’s universes are connected” theory. I assume you’re interested in NXT (because you’re here), so go check that out and let me know what you think. Spoiler: the second half of the podcast is about Randy Orton’s penis.

Likes, comments and shares are appreciated. Last week a guy called me a “joyless pessimist who shouldn’t be watching wrestling” for putting a lot of Worsts into an NXT column. The NXT COLUMN, the one where I’m usually called a fapping fanboy because I love everything and think everybody’s great. Share this around so I can have more weird reactions to get bent out of shape about!

Here’s a link to this week’s show. Again, it’s free and you should be watching it. Although if you skip this week’s episode, I’m not gonna yell at you.

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

Please click through to enjoy the Best and Worst of WWE NXT for September 11, 2013.

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