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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 62: The Gratitude Era

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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 62: The Gratitude Era

Raw Reunion exemplifies what’s wrong with current WWE, AEW’s TNT show is official, and lots of talk about Stunners.

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WWE presented Raw Reunion this week, which was a fun show that also unfortunately exemplified a lot of problems today’s product has. On this week’s episode of Poor Taste Wrestling, we break down why "The Gratitude Era" is bad for WWE, talk a great, if promo-heavy, episode of SmackDown LIVE, AEW’s weekly series being made official, and a lot more.

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

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