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Let’s Say Nice Things About... Talking Smack

In an effort to bring some positivity to professional wrestling—and the world for that matter—Cageside Seats and its community will say nice things about people and things in wrestling every single day throughout 2017.

Remember, only positive comments allowed here. Negativity will not be tolerated, and that includes back-handed compliments and troll comments. Any comments that are not in the spirit of this feature will be flagged, deleted, and posters of said comments may be subjected to a ban.

Today’s subject: the Tuesday night WWE Network exclusive Smackdown post-show, Talking Smack.

I’ll start. Talking Smack is quite honestly easy viewing. It’s also a rarity in pro wrestling programming in the modern era, as a full episode even at its longest is less than 30 minutes. And yet, it is often more effective at developing stories and characters than most wrestling on television today, regardless of promotion.

I’m sure WWE didn’t think much of it when they first came up with the concept. They stumbled upon a gem of a show, and while I won’t go all the way in saying the show’s worth your $9.99 a month, you owe it to yourself to check it out sometimes.

Also, big vein on Miz’s forehead. You can’t unsee it once you see it.

Your turn. Say something nice about Talking Smack.

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