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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 95: The Show Must Go On

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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 95: The Show Must Go On

WrestleMania gets some major changes, empty arena wrestling is our new reality, and Bret Hart hates everything.

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In these uncertain times, there’s at least one thing you can count on: the PTW boys will be meeting every week to talk about pro graps. On this week’s episode, we’re talking the major changes to WrestleMania (including one new change that was announced as we recorded), Will Ospreay’s offer to CM Punk, and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s interview with Bret Hart, where it was revealed that Bret is still not afraid to speak his mind.

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