The Best And Worst Of WWE NXT 1/21/15: Curtis ‘The Ram’ Axel

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Please click through for the Best and Worst of WWE NXT for January 21, 2015.

Best: Sami Zayn Vs. Tye Dillinger

In case you missed it, here’s a GIF of the match.

Best: The Top Star/General Manager Interaction I’ve Always Wanted

The thing I love most about NXT is that it validates my Raw complaining. A lot of people will watch Raw and see all the good guys acting like entitled creeps and say, “it’s just wrestling. That’s just how it works! That’s how it’s always worked! Stop trying to reinvent the wheel!” NXT takes the complaints to heart and tries them out, and you know what? It works. Wrestling’s a big, magical thing. It can work more than one way. It can work all the ways.