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The Best And Worst Of WWE NXT 3/13/14: Nighty Night, Sasha

Pre-show notes:

– I will never get tired of screencapping that move.

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Please click through for the Best and Worst of WWE NXT for March 13, 2014.



Best: Tensai Becomes Jason Albert, Jason Albert Becomes Tazz

The former Tensai is now officially “Jason Albert,” retired color commentator who is no longer a Lord, may or may not still be a gaijin TerrorGod to the Japanese and is not afraid to remind us that his name used to be “Dick Ring.” I guess this means we’re never getting another Tensai match, and that Brodus Clay died on his way back to Planet Funk. Heaven needed a Main Event Player!

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