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Poor Taste Wrestling podcast episode 99: Such Good Sh*t!

WrestleMania 36 was, all things considered, a great success anchored by two insanely unique ‘matches’.

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Despite COVID-19 making a traditional WrestleMania impossible, WWE found a way to make this year’s Showcase of the Immortals one of the most memorable in history. They thought outside the box and presented two matches unlike anything we’ve ever seen in WWE — and in the case of the Firefly Fun House Match, in pro wrestling period.

Of course, this year’s WrestleMania was a two-night affair, so this week we’re breaking down the card and debating the merits of both a weekend-long Mania and the rise of Broken Universe-style “cinematic matches” in WWE’s arsenal.

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