Bradley Jay checks in with his 6-point look at this week’s episode of WWE NXT in the NXT Minus 6!
This week, I do something I never thought I’d do…and curse words. Let’s talk WWE NXT!
6. It’s a shame the women’s division isn’t deeper, because I dig the Sky Pirates. Kairi Sane and Io Shirai work well together and have a cool tag team name, which will be mandatory for every team when I become commissioner. They can only face Marina Shafir & Jessamyn Duke so many times. BTW, congrats to Kairi Sane for taking home 2 year-end awards. The Pirate Princess earned her treasure.
5. Halftime Heat looks promising. It’s got to be better than anything or anyone the Bowl of Superness has scheduled. I’m confident the NXT 6 of Aleister Black, Velveteen Dream, Ricochet, Johnny Gargano, Tommaso Ciampa, and Adam Cole (BAY BAY) can deliver more than over-the-hill rockers or marginal talents lip syncing lousy songs. And if the Rams can’t handle the pressure of the big stage, this match could be better than the game.
4. Sam Roberts can kiss my ass, too.
3. I understand that they were paying homage to Harlem Heat, but the Street Profits should stick to their standard ring gear. Those singlets were titty-rific. Montez Ford had the red cup and Angelo Dawkins had the B-cup. Can I say titty on the internet?
2. I’m going to do something I never thought I would do: give the Forgotten Sons 3 stars. Their match with the Profits was better than watchable. It was enjoyable. They have the in-ring chops and some innovative tag team moves, but they need to develop stronger identities. Complaining about your lack of respect is boring. You sound like TNA Sting.
1. Matt Riddle says he broke Kassius Ohno, and I believe him. He says he’ll break anybody else who tries to test him, and I believe him. If he said he could reach through the TV and break me, I’d believe him. He is the once and future King of Bros and I am but a humble servant in his kingdom.
That’s right. I said it.