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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 20: I'm his actual goddamn kid!

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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 20: I’m his actual goddamn kid!

Has the WWE finally gone too far with its legends? When the ultimate Shawn Michaels fan thinks so, maybe it’s time to close that door.

Listen to the latest episode of our weekly wrestling podcast, PTW!

Cody Rhodes made history this week, winning the IWGP United States Championship from Juice Robinson at Fighting Spirit Unleashed. On the WWE side of things, The Undertaker and Kane laid out D-Generation X at the end of WWF RAW is WAR WWE Raw as we head closer to Super Show-Down.

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