The Best And Worst Of NXT TakeOver Toronto 2019


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great idea, Johnny

Previously on the Best and Worst of NXT TakeOver Toronto: Mickie James returned to WWE, The Revival and DIY had a 2-out-of-3 falls match for the ages, and we hadn’t gotten tired of ‘Glorious’ yet. I miss being able to ironically enjoy that song.

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And now, the Best and Worst of NXT TakeOver Toronto for August 10, 2019.

Best: Tag Team Wrestling 👏 👏 👏-👏-👏

Up first is an NXT TakeOver standard: the outstanding Tag Team Championship match that blows us away and makes us think nothing on the card could top it, only for it to end up being the third or fourth best match on the card. I don’t know how they keep doing it, but they keep doing it. Tag team wrestling is the best thing in the world whether Vince McMahon enjoys it or Eric Bischoff can rationalize affording it or not, and I’m happy at least someone in this billion-dollar publicly traded globalized wrestling company realizes and preserves it in amber. The only real negative I can think of for the entire show is that Undisputed Era losing in the opener completely jacked up my predictions, and even that isn’t a big deal, because I’m an idiot.

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