The Ringer's David Shoemaker is joined by former WWE.com writer Zach Linder to discuss meeting WWE Hall of Famer/POTUS Donald Trump (02:00), James Ellsworth's impact at Money in the Bank (09:30), when the New Day should break up (18:00), Lana's debut against Naomi (20:00), Triple H and the Ring of Honor influence (30:00), the Jinder Mahal era (37:50), Baron Corbin's new briefcase (41:00), the breakup of Enzo and Cass (49:00), "the night that changed wrestling" with Kevin Nash (53:00), and Mauro Ranallo's return (56:00).
Getting to the Bottom of Things With Zach Linder
David Shoemaker is joined by former WWE.com writer Zach Linder to discuss meeting WWE Hall of Famer/POTUS Donald Trump
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