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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 52: AEW’s big news and Money in the Bank predictions

Money in the Bank, AEW on TNT, low morale in WWE, and more.

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It’s PTW’s one year anniversary! And to celebrate we have a packed show full of lots of news. AEW officially announced that they will air on TNT once a week starting this fall, and that Double or Nothing will be available via the B/R Live app in addition to traditional pay-per-view. In WWE news, morale has reportedly never been lower backstage.

And of course, there’s a pay-per-view this Sunday, so we take a look at the Money in the Bank card and give our predictions for the event. Who do you think will become Mr. and Miss Money in the Bank this year?

Poor Taste Wrestling is hosted by JJ “Job Van Dam” Travers, Mike “The Wolverine” Pursell, and “HCK” Patrick Ross.

Have a question you want answered on air? Or just some feedback for the show? Email us at ptw@aiptcomics.com.

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