The Best And Worst Of WWE NXT 7/17/14: The One Where Vic Preaches

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– This week’s episode can be found on WWE Network here. I’ve been telling you for a year now, but you should be watching these shows.

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Please click through for the Best and Worst of WWE NXT for July 17, 2014.


Best: They Keep Finding Ways To Make The Vaudevillains Better

I’ve written somewhat extensively about NXT keeping its wrestlers fresh by having them (get this) continually do new things and tweak their act. On Raw, a character like Adam Rose debuts and you’d better like him, because he’s gonna be exactly the same forever. On NXT, a character debuts and the promotion allows you to MAINTAIN that excitement by popping you with some unexpected little addition week after week.

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