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Pay Per Crap #52 – WWE Hell in a Cell Review!

This week is a packed episode (to make up for all the technical issues)! Josh and Erik discuss Alexa Bliss’ injury, the possibilities of WWE and Impact Wrestling working together, WWE’s crazy PPV schedule for October and November, plus a complete breakdown of Hell in a Cell with poll results for each match! You don’t want to miss Josh’s epic rant on the main event and the return of Brock Lesnar, it’s amazing.
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