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PTW Wrestling podcast episode 142: Best Male WWE Wrestlers of the 2010s

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PTW Wrestling podcast episode 142: Best Male WWE Wrestlers of the 2010s

Who were the best male Superstars of the decade when the PG Era gave way to the Reality Era?

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Today on the PTW Wrestling podcast, we are taking a break from the weekly doldrums of WWE and AEW and take a look back to a simpler time: the halcyon days of the 2010s. Our goal this episode is to amass an ordered list of the best male WWE Superstars of the 2010s. So take a trip back in time with us to the days of Nexuses, pipebombs, heists of the century and a lot more.

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