The Best And Worst Of WWE NXT 5/29/13: The Best In Your Future Endeavors

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Please click through to enjoy Emma. Also, the Best and Worst of WWE NXT for May 29, 2013.

Best: Luke Harper Is The Most Fun Wrestler To Emulate In Everyday Situations, Or

Best: NXT Jobber Squashes

Okay, I need to divide this up to make sure I touch on everything.

A Best goes to Luke Harper, the former Brodie Lee and current Good One in the Wyatt Family tag team, for being the most fun wrestler to emulate. Before he does something, he kinda looks around and goes “oooooh” in a low rumble. Then he’ll hit a move, pause to make sure it worked, then look at the crowd and go YEAH YEAH YEAH YEAH YEAH. Try it, it’s a blast. Put a piece of bread in a toaster, go “ooooooh” under your breath like you CAN’T WAIT to see what’s gonna happen to that bread, and start it toasting. When the bread pops up, look around your kitchen and yell YEAH YEAH YEAH YEAH YEAH. It will make your entire day better.

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