The Best And Worst Of WWE NXT 11/9/16: Unhappily Evers After


Previously on the Best and Worst of WWE NXT: The Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic rolled on with two matches affected by injuries, leading to a forfeit and a one-on-one tag team match. This is what happens when you accidentally kick in one of your stars’ faces, guys.

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And now, the Best and Worst of WWE NXT for November 9, 2016.

Best: The Revival Has The Worst Plan Ever

Wrestling heels don’t always have to make sense, I guess, but The Revival sure is taking the scenic route to get back at Hashtag DIY.

All the way back in June, Gargano and Ciampa pinned the Revival in a tag match. This was only six days before The Revival were set to challenge for a Tag Team Championship match they’d end up winning. The Revival spent all summer ducking DIY, who wouldn’t get a formal title shot until August at TakeOver: Brooklyn II. It was great, but the Revival retained.

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