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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 55: NXT TakeOver XXV review

NXT continues to be a glass of ice water in hell.

In honor of WrestleMania 36, pro wrestling is taking over the month of March at AIPT with WrestleMonth! Check back every day for new reviews, essays, and looks back at classic moments in both WWE and AEW!

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While pretty much the entire wrestling world has been unhappy with WWE for the past number of months, this past Saturday’s NXT TakeOver XXV helped remind us that there is still plenty to get excited about under the WWE umbrella, and the future could still be bright.

This week on PTW, we break down NXT’s show, touch upon Jon Moxley’s explosive interview with Chris Jericho, and Mike explains why he cancelled his WWE Network subscription.

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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