Vintage Best And Worst: WWE NXT 3/2/10, Season 1 Episode 2

WWE NXT Season 1 episode 2 Skip Sheffield William Regal

Pre-show notes:

– If you missed it two weeks ago, we’re doing a totally unnecessary run-through of WWE NXT starting with season 1, going back and doing “vintage” Best and Worsts for every episode. Season 1, episode 1 featured the first appearance of Daniel Bryan and the birth of heel announcer Michael Cole, so it’s appointment reading for pro graps history buffs/people who want to see Ryback in a cowboy hat.

– If you want these columns to keep going, your job is to share them …

… and to drop a comment when you’re done. There’s a thousand things to talk about, and that’s just involving how weird Matt Hardy looks.

– Here’s a link to s1e2 on Hulu if you’d like to revisit it.

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

Please click through for the vintage Best and Worst of WWE NXT season 1 episode 2, which originally aired on March 2, 2010.

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