Episode eight started as a normal episode and then it became clear that there was a theme underlying it: a certain…royal quality. A touch of Regalness, if you will. This episode falls in love with (almost) every minute of the episode of NXT that originally aired on July 10th, 2013
Big, BIG ups to superfan Vladimir Duran for this spectacular image of Fitzwilliam Darcy as a pro wrestler — or, as we like to think of him around these parts, Fitz DiBiarcy, the Ten Thousand Pound Man! Vlad is a spectacular artist whose work can be found on Patreon, Twitter,
As we all know, seven is the most powerful podcasting number, so it is with great arcane energy that we present the seventh episode of The NXT Wrestling Fan, covering the episode of NXT that originally aired on July 3rd, 2013. If you don’t have WWE Network, you can watch
Episode six has arrived, and it’s a milestone here at The NXT Wrestling Fan, because we have our first-ever guest host! Lucas Brown of The Math of You joins Miles and MeganBob for their discussion of the NXT show that originally aired on June 26th, 2013.
We’ve reached episode five! Five! FIVE! FIIIIIIIIVE! Ironically, Big E Langston does not appear in the NXT show that originally aired on June 19th, 2013, but that doesn’t stop Miles and MeganBob from discussing him, for reasons that will become obvious!
The NXT Wrestling Fan has reached the same number of episodes as it will eventually have Horsewomen (one of whom shows up for the first time this week) as Miles and MeganBob lock up with the NXT show that originally aired on June 12th, 2013!
In the third spectacular edition of The NXT Wrestling Fan, Miles and MeganBob dive into the NXT show that originally aired on June 5th, 2013!