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Poor Taste Wrestling episode 5: Money in the Bank Fallout

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Poor Taste Wrestling episode 5: Money in the Bank Fallout

It’s time! It’s time! It’s PTW time!

It’s time! It’s time! It’s PTW time!

A surprisingly huge week in WWE means we had a lot to talk about in this week’s episode of Poor Taste Wrestling, AiPT!’s podcast about all things WWE. A predictably awesome NXT TakeOver: Chicago preceded a somewhat surprisingly entertaining Money in the Bank, which gave way to a very surprisingly action-packed and shocking edition of Monday Night Raw, followed by another solid episode of SmackDown Live (phew, that’s a lot of wrestling).

It’s not all about what happened on air, however — we’re also remembering the late, great Big Van Vader, talking Big Cass’s release from WWE, and a whole lot more. So be sure to subscribe to Poor Taste Wrestling on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts, give us a five star review, and enjoy the episode!

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