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Welcome back to Huge Crowd Reactions in Wrestling. This series is basically an excuse for us here at Nerdopotamus to revel in some of the moments that made us lose our minds. I mean, we’re all pretty huge wrestling fans. We live for those huge crowd reactions. Even as at-home viewers, those are the moments we crave. We want to be on the edge of our seats, or even out of them entirely.
For this installment, I have to chosen to spotlight the NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn entrance of Enzo Amore and Big Cas. They were essentially on the pre-show, which was later broadcast as the next week’s episode of NXT. Despite that, they may have had the loudest pop of the night.
I was there that night, and I was one of the many people who lost their shit. I remember when I first saw them on NXT. I wanted to hate them. All I could think of was shit like “The Jersey Shore,” and I couldn’t stand that fucking show. Luckily, they broke through that with pure charisma. There’s no better way to put it. Both of those men are engaging AF.
I went from trying to hate them, to getting excited every time I hear their music. Every entrance, I say all the words right along with them. How could I not? Enzo Amore is a certified G, and a bonafide stud, and you can’t teach that!
Oh, and Big Cas? He’s seven feet tall, and I don’t know if you know this, but you can’t teach that.
NOTE: Thanks to Redditor StandingDropKek for directing me to the following video.
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