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The Best And Worst Of NXT TakeOver: Toronto


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And now, the Best and Worst of NXT TakeOver: Toronto.

Best: They Will Defend, They Will Defend

If you’re in the business of comparing a weekend’s WWE and NXT shows — which is like comparing apples and dumpster fires and I don’t recommend it, even though I do it constantly — NXT TakeOver: Toronto officially starts kicking Survivor Series’ ass about a minute into the show, when Bobby Roode is standing here in a sparkly robe that says GLORIOUS, glory-flashing a giant sign of his name while the Hogwarts choir sings his entrance theme.

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