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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 83: The Rise of Ripley

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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 83: The Rise of Ripley

Rhea Ripley slays the dark lord Shayna Baszler to restore peace to the NXT Women’s Division.

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Rhea Ripley slays the dark lord Shayna Baszler to restore peace to the NXT Women’s Division. This week we talk about a stacked NXT show that saw both the aforementioned Women’s Championship match, and Finn Balor vs. Adam Cole for the NXT Championship.

Also: TLC fallout/review, Vegas betting odds for the Royal Rumble, favorite WWE Christmas moments and more.

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