The Best and Worst of Impact Wrestling 5/29/14: Table for Six

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Hi friends, it’s time for the Impact Wrestletalk Rumble! But a few things first:

– Brandon and I went to an inordinate amount of wrestling shows in a ridiculously short period of time. There’s so much to recap that we had to split this week’s Mandible Claw Podcast in two. The first part, where we over ROH/NJPW and Beyond Wrestling is up for your listening pleasure, but be warned: the only thing that will get Shinsuke Nakamura’s theme song out of your head is the impossible to destroy earworm that is Jushin Liger’s theme.

– Comment, share, like, tweet, and tumbl this report. Be a part of the conversation so it’s not just me shouting at my laptop about how nothing makes sense and I miss Joseph Park.

– Follow me on Twitter here, With Leather here, and UPROXX here. I promise it is not just me tweeting that nothing makes sense and I miss Joseph Park.

This week on Impact: Nothing makes sense and I miss Joseph Park.

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