You thought the previous episodes scraped the barrel? You ain’t seen nothing yet.
Last week, we met the rookies and their pros. Let’s see what the second episode of NXT Redemption, has in store for us.
For some reason, I’ve decided to watch NXT Redemption and record the details of my ordeal here. Gameshow NXT thankfully happened before I made my surprise return to wrestling in 2012, so I guess this will provide me with a shock of gratitude anytime a new, sparkly episode of NXT happens to be a bit average.
My knowledge of gameshow NXT stems purely from when With Spandex used to do the vintage best and worsts. From my understanding, it was a load of obstacle courses and talk-the-talk challenges while NXT Redemption went on-and-on until it eventually turned into a weird sitcom as the powers that be seemingly forgot about it. So here we go, let’s start with episode 1 which aired on March 8, 2011. Feel free to watch along with me, as WWE have uploaded all the episodes to Youtube.
Happy New Year from The NXT Revolution, if you celebrate that sort of thing. It’s time to reveal my top five NXT matches of the year.
NXT Takeover: R-Evolution is just round the corner but there’s one final stop before we get there.
When I first started The NXT Revolution, I didn’t think much of the name. It was my third choice for a name as my original ideas were already taken by a retro gaming studio and an Indian fashion blogger. Now there’s a PPV called NXT R-Evolution. I’m not saying they copied me and I appreciate the extra traffic it’s brought the site this week but I expect my royalties in the post soon.
(Please don’t sue me WWE.)
Dwarves getting airplane spinned. Pity the poor people out there that don’t watch NXT.