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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 57: Nothing Matters

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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 57: Nothing Matters

Breaking down WWE Stomping Grounds, the NJPW G1 Climax, and AEW’s latest accomplishment.

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WWE’s next pay-per-view event, Stomping Grounds, goes down this Sunday, so we are joined this week by friend of the show Dana Fowler to break down the card and talk about why the show most likely won’t matter in the grand scheme of things, because lately in WWE, nothing matters.

We’re also talking NJPW’s G1 Climax tournament, as the A and B block have been announced, and AEW’s next major milestone of selling out All Out in just fifteen minutes.

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

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