WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross, considered the greatest announcer in wrestling history, brings his incredible celebrity roster of friends, his insight and analysis of today's wrestling stars and storylines, and YOU to his weekly discussion of everything squared circle. Join in the fun as Good Ol' JR takes your calls, makes a few of his own, and spreads the wrestling love around the globe.
The Fans Talk Podcast family is a collection of episodic podcasts covering wrestling like TNA, WWE, Lucha Underground, NXT, as well as performing original short stories, sampling beer, talking music, and supporting those with Depression and ADHD.
Founded and hosted by The Solomonster, the show takes a humorous, no-nonsense approach to the biggest stories in pro wrestling with a mix of breaking news, show recaps and analysis, plus a mailbag segment featuring listener Q&A.
When Wrestlers Act is a film review podcast with a twist - or a slam! Jon Cronshaw is joined each fortnight by a special guest to review films and TV shows starring wrestling superstars of WWE, WCW and TNA. Follow us on Twitter @WWAPodcast
Wrestling 2 the MAX is Sean Garmer, Gary Vaughan, and Paul Leazar discussing all the big news and TV shows in pro-wrestling every week. They cover everything from WWE RAW to TNA Impact and even smaller shows like Lucha Underground, ROH, and WWE NXT as well. Plus we cover the monthly WWE PPV's, all the events from New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW,) some independent shows, and the guys even have a W2M Top 5 Power Rankings too. So, be sure to join us each and every week and remember to always live life to the MAX! Be sure to listen to us LIVE every Thursday Night at around 1 AM ET on Spreaker.com. You can call-in at (972)-591-8620 using your phone, or find us on Skype at W2M Network. You can follow along with us in the Spreaker chat during the show too, just download the Spreaker App or find us on Spreaker.com You can also listen to us on-demand via I-Tunes, Stitcher Radio, Tune-in Radio, The Spreaker App, The Podbean App (via LAST WORD RADIO), Player FM, Blubrry, Downcast, or wherever else podcasts are available. You can also subscribe to our Youtube page, W2M Network, as well. If you enjoy the show and want to discuss it with other W2M fans, join our Wrestling 2 the MAX Facebook group, and follow us on twitter @wrestling2max
This is the feed for a number podcasts affiliated with the Pro Wrestling Only forum and the Place to Be Nation, which include: - Where the Big Boys Play, hosted by Chad and Parv, which looks at NWA/WCW supercards from 1983 onwards. - Titans of Wrestling, hosted by Parv, Pete, Johnny and Kelly, which looks at pre-Hogan era WWF from 1975 to 1983, as well as various territories from that era. - Exile on Bad Street, hosted by Kris Zellner, consists of long-form historical guides on a number of different topics, including the territories, legendary wrestling acts and the indies. - Wrestling Culture, hosted by Dylan Hales and Dave Musgrave, features musings on the sublime nature of professional wrestling. From poignant interviews to wrestler career reviews to current day thoughts on promotions from around the world, Wrestling Culture is a National Public Radio-esque deep-dive on pro wrestling. - Pro Wrestling Super Show, hosted by Steven Graham, which comes out every single Wednesday and describes itself as "the PWI" of Place to Be Nation. Steven has two guests on each episode and discusses Top 6 lists, Wrestler Snapshots, and many other topics. - Good Will Wrestling, hosted by Will, which digs deep into all sorts of topics including both the current product, as well as the old-school. - Other shows include regular PPV reaction shows and This Week in Wrestling to keep up with current events, the All Japan Excite Series, Tag Teams Back Again, the Super Extreme Vault (for ECW and hardcore), Wrestling with the Past, and Brainbuster: the pro wrestling gameshow.
@elitepodcastnet - The home of the #1 independent wrestling coverage on the planet! EPNetwork brings you the following programs: - #IndyPowerRankingsLIVE - Indy Power Rankings: Tag Team Top 5 Reveal - The Uncle Mike & Tom Show - Wrestling Heads Radio - #WRESTLECHAT - Eyes on the Ring - Beyond the 3 Count - Greed Stole the Spot - Wrestling with Myself w/ "Hacker" Scotty O'Shea
Voices of Wrestling is a different type of wrestling blog. Our goal is to take an intelligent, deep look at the art of professional wrestling (past and present). We specialize in show reviews and insights from all across the world of professional wrestling.
Are you sick and tired of listening to all of those wrestling podcasts? Then why not try listening to Another Wrestling Podcast! Join Steve Credo and Jonathon Benjamin as they talk everything & anything in the world of pro-wrestling. From the convention floor to the wrestling shows the guys are on the move to get the most unanswered questions from your favorite superstars from yesterday and today! A slice of reality mixed with a little bit of humor! Don't just listen to any wrestling podcast why not try Another Wrestling Podcast
"The Champ" Jeff Peck and Eric Gargiulo bring you a body-slammin' choke-holdin' steel-cage-tables-laddrs-chairs look into the world of Wrestling and the MMA from fans who stil believe that wrestling is "real"
Colt Cabana continues to wrestle ALL OVER THE WORLD. Each week he sits down, in person, with a friend in wrestling to tell their stories of struggle and triumph in an attempt to live their dream. Episodes also include rare music, hilarious stories, commentaries and more. PAST EPISODES and PREMIUM EPISODES available at DigitalColt.com
The Pro Wrestling Report has been on the air since March 18th, 1998 and is the first and most watched pro wrestling news show in history. PWR is produced by Dameon Nelson. From day one, the show has been about the personalities of the analysts and connecting with viewers through interaction. Over the years the show has gained the respect of the wrestling community community and is the most credible show broadcast in the world. We never claim to be insiders and will keep this site free along with the show!
The WNS Podcast is the official podcast for WrestlingNewsSource.com hosted by Danny Ray, Doug Sutton and Tyler Abear. Each episode covers the world of pro-wrestling featuring weekly analysis of WWE, TNA and the independent programming. Including Pay-Per-View predictions and top interviews with industry greats such as Diamond Dallas Page, Booker T and Ted DiBiase Sr., Ron Simmons, Mick Foley and Mark Henry. Check out our episode archive below. Follow us on facebook.com/WNSPodcast or Twitter WNSpodcast.
3 SHOWS: WRA - Josh Armour shines the spotlight on Australias top wrestlers, his favourite podcasters, & the odd overseas guest. HEELING OUT with Mohamad Ali Vaez - Go beyond the squared circle with Ali & his friends. AXECAST with Josh 'The Axe' Shooter - Josh is joined by his mates backstage & gives a behind-the-scenes look at wrestling on the road.
Live from Hollywood, CA by way of the Broken Skull Ranch, Pro Wrestling Hall of Famer, Action Movie/TV star, Steve Austin lets loose on these no-holds barred, explicit versions of the program. Steve gets down and dirty with Hollywood celebrities, past wrestling buddies, present pros, MMA fighters, athletes, movie stuntmen and from time to time, you the working man (or woman). Got questions? firstname.lastname@example.org Hear the Tuesday Edition of The Steve Austin Show (Family, Friendly Edition), click here!
FanOff.com presents its long running weekly look at all of the happenings in the world of professional wrestling featuring the charismatic lineup known as The Fatal Four and their all around knowledgeable wrestling chat. Hosted by William R. Washington, Paul Griffin, Matt Galloway, Maxwell Baumbach, and Eric Brady.
Eric Baudour and Bryan Abou Chacra get together once a week to have a nice chat about what they like in the world of professional wrestling. Follow the show and interact with the guys on twitter @gohomeshow as well as on tumblr at thegohomeshow.tumblr.com and Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/thegohomeshow
Live from Hollywood, CA by way of the Broken Skull Ranch, Pro Wrestling Hall of Famer, Action Movie/TV star, Steve Austin talks about anything and everything that pops into his brain. In this Network friendly version of the show Steve shares tales from his new life, unbelievable past adventures, talks to pro wrestling pals...you name it, Steve's on it. Got questions? email@example.com Hear the Thursday Edition of The Steve Austin Show Unleashed!, click here!
Add a little Flair to your life by joining the Nature Boy every week as he talks pro wrestling, sports, tells stories like only he can, and interviews his celebrity friends. No topic is off limits for Flair during his weekly CBS podcast. Come join WOOOOO! Nation!
Your hosts review your favorite (and not so favorite) classic pro wrestling events from at least 10 years in the past. They'll remind you why you loved, or hated, these NWA, WWF, WCCW, AWA or other events with their own insight and memories.
Just three friends with a passion for all things WWE. We discuss everything from Raw to NXT, and everything in between. Tune in every single Wednesday for some of the most thought-provoking and entertaining discussions available.
We take a look back and review the PPV's of the Attitude Era! Hosted by Kefin Mahon, Adam Bibilo and Billy Keable, and if you're not down with that, WE'VE GOT TWO WORDS FOR YA Glar-Gegh! Follow us on Twitter! @AEPodcast
Welcome to The Heel Turn Wrestling Podcast, hosted by Mr.$tarBucks, I'll be covering all things wrestling from WWE to TNA doing predictions, reacts and ratings reports for WWE Raw, Smackdown and PPVs, as well as TV shows like Total Divas. If you enjoy what I do here show your support by leaving a like/comment/ or download, check out our website, or follow me on Twitter @DramaMedia, thanks for listening!
Pro Wrestling Analysis for serious Pro Wrestling Fans. Discussions with people within the business as well as journalists and writers. American, Japanese & British Wrestling analysed and discussed regularly. Interesting guest and topics.
"This stuff is way too important to be taken so seriously..." - David Lee Roth. That just about sums up the wild world of professional wrestling and sports entertainment on PRO WRESTLING INSIDER. All the news and backstage stories from WWE, TNA, an interactive archive web page featuring previous PWI shows and interviews, Twitter feeds from current and former WWE/TNA superstars and Divas + more. We've interviewed some of the greatest superstars in the history of professional wrestling including Dean Ambrose, Natalya, Daniel Bryan, Jim Ross, Roddy Piper, Bret Hart, Randy "Macho Man" Savage, Terry Funk, Triple H, John Cena, The Big Show, Rey Mysterio, Dolph Ziggler, Alberto Del Rio, Ricardo Rodriguez, Tully Blanchard, J.J. Dillon, Mick Foley, Bruno Sammartino, Dusty Rhodes and Tommy Rich to name just a few. (Yeah, we're name droppers.) We're happy to answer your emails, Tweets and posts on Facebook and when the mood hits we'll take your calls as well. Please join us on TheSTN.net - Saturday nights at 6:05pm EST (see what we did there?)
The "Greatest Villain" in the history of Pro-wrestling is bringing the sizzle that simmered in Piper's Pit to podcast entertainment... challenging all foes and friends and where ever it ends. Every time you think you have all the answers, he changes the questions. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper is considered one of the greatest talkers and heels in wrestling history. WWE ranked him the Greatest Villain in the history of the sport. Piper's racked up over 7,000 professional fights, been inducted into 4 Halls of Fame and was the first wrestler to star in a number 1 hit movie. Since John Carpenter's, They Live, he has maintained a long Hollywood career and has been much of an entrepreneur exploring comedy, music and Podcasts.
Pro Wrestling Now is a weekly radio show and podcast. All the latest news, views, interviews and competitions from the world of pro wrestling. Mark Anthony & Martin bring you all the latest in European wrestling on 'CatchCast' Our resident Puroresu contributors, Zach & Bonski, bring us all the latest news and reviews from the world of Japanese wrestling in their weekly segment J-Shoot. You can follow Zach on twitter @thekoalamask & Bonski @Original_bonski Cristen,Liv & Florence bring their own unique perspective on Lucha Underground and the U.S. Indy scene with their show 'No Sell It' All this and much much more every week. Follow us on twitter @pwnradio.
Global Force Wrestling founder Jeff Jarrett joins JR to do some analysis of the WWE TLC Pay-Per-View. Hear what they thought about Dolph Ziggler's performance, John Cena's placement on the card, and the overall excitement of the event! Plus, they discuss the upcoming GFW/NJPW pay-per-view "Wrestle Kingdom 9" and what you can expect to see on January 4th!
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Thanksgiving chatter, Christmas in the US versus other countries, tackling fears of spiders and scorpions, the most brilliant story of prison fights you will EVER hear, Stephen King’s new book, the magic of being a writer, Japanese game shows, and HARD GAY! Follow the gang on Twitter @The305MVP @AlexDGreenfield @AliceRadley Got a question? Email us and the guys just might answer it! MVP@MLW.com
Brian hosts a one-on-one interview with Mike Lepond from Symphony X! They discuss Mike's side project Silent Assassins, his thoughts on the recent Symphony X tour setlist, and much more. Later, John and Chris join the panel to drink a ton of beers, recap Survivor Series, and cover the latest headlines.
The crew discusses the major talking points from this week’s WWE and NXT action, including Survivor Series. To watch the live video broadcast of this episode, check out our YouTube channel. Starring: Jabba, Poit, & Z-Von. Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Subscribe to our YouTube channel
Nick recaps and reviews this week's Impact Wrestling. For more from FTT, check out http://fanstalktna.com Special thanks to Kyle Petrano and the rest of our Squared Circle of Trust members: http://patreon.com/fanstalk
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Solomonster is sick as a dog, but he’s got a lot to say about the state of WWE ratings, why it doesn’t matter and why they don’t care what you want, plus more on Cesaro’s injury, Brad Maddox fired on Thanksgiving Eve, Solomon Crowe gets his NXT release, EVA MARIE challenges for the Women’s title and one writer’s creepy obsession with her, TNA postpones its India tour due to “logistical issues”, pitching a Kurt Angle return to WWE, Jay Lethal’s run as ROH TV champion comes to an end, why December to Dismember is one of the worst PPVs of all time, did Rikishi’s heel turn ruin his career, and BUY OR SELL on Chris Benoit’s WM20 moment or Daniel Bryan’s WM30 moment? Use the promo code BLACKFRIDAY starting this Wednesday, 11/25 at 12pm/ET to get 20% OFF your order in our store on PWTees! Go here: http://www.prowrestlingtees.com/solomonstersoundsoff Download Standard Podcasts
For the next episode of When Wrestlers Act, Jon and Colin return to review an episode of The Cleveland Show starring Ric Flair. We are looking for suggestions for our Christmas special, so please feel free to get in touch on Twitter @wwapodcast. #WWE #RAW #TLC
This week on W2M, we headline with a discussion on why WWE RAW Ratings don’t matter and we also list the things we are thankful for this year in wrestling. We start things off with the news in Quick Hits by discussing more about the TNA and POP TV deal, TNA having to cancel their India Tour, Solomon Crowe quitting NXT and already making an indy appearance, Brad Maddox being, AJ Styles being injured, and a lot more. We move on to answer our questions about WWE RAW and then have our topic on why WWE is right not to focus on the RAW ratings, especially the overnight ones. Then we move on to discuss this week’s NXT episode too. Don’t forget we are also talking about what we are thankful for the most about wrestling this year. We finish things out by looking at this week’s ROH TV, TNA Impact Wrestling and the continuing World Title Series, and of course the W2M Power Rankings as well.
Jason Mann and Josh Hachat continue looking back at the Monday Night War between WCW and the WWF. Part 3 of our series looks at November 1995, and topics discussed include: the Shawn Michaels concussion angle, the end of Dieselmania and that tricky Bret Hart, someone besides Hulk Hogan becoming WCW champion, the “wildcard” Survivor Series, the debut of the World War 3 battle royal, the beginning of Ahmed Johnson, Hogan’s “shoot” promo on the Wrestling Observer, the end of the Renegade experiment, excellent Japanese women’s wrestling, hillbillies and their love of slop, Randy Savage’s real fake arm injury and more.
Jason Mann and Josh Hachat travel back to October 1995 and explain Hulk Hogan’s first flirtation with the dark side and continued uncontrolled ego, Bret Hart’s continuing feuds with wrestlers who were far beneath him, the Horsemen deciding to turn on Sting for old times’ sake, Diesel being chewed out by Vince McMahon after a pay-per-view main event, Shawn Michaels being beaten up by Marines for realz, when Avatar was an unpopular wrestler and not a popular movie, the Yeti, the catastrophe that is Hulk Hogan vs. the Giant at Halloween Havoc, and much more. #WWE #wrestling Original airdate: 5/26/10
Jason Mann and Josh Hachat take you back to September 1995, when Hulkamania was (still) running wild over WCW and Diesel power was running WWF. Topics of discussion include Lex Luger’s shocking debut on the first Nitro, the serendipity of Sting and Ric Flair wrestling on the first and last editions, the 1-2-3 Kid rekindling his feud with Razor Ramon, whether the Smoking Gunns’ tight jeans are better than John Cena’s jean shorts, the baffling tactic of introducing new talent only to have them immediately lose, the tremendous Ric Flair-Arn Anderson feud, whether wrestling Canadian pirates was the best use of Bret Hart’s time and much more. #WWE #wrestling Originally published: 5/18/10
Bob Bamber is joined by Chris Lacey and Tom Martyn reviewing the ECW action for the month, including a stellar November to Remember show, the return of Sabu and the Public Enemy potentially departing. Warning: contains strong language from the outset.
Bob Bamber is joined by Craig Wilson and Kieran Mitchell reviewing all of the WWF action. We spend the first half of the show reviewing Survivor Series 1995, before spending over an hour discussing where it went wrong in Diesel’s title run.
Discussing Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage v. Vader & Ric Flair at WCW Slamboree 1995 are Jason Mann and Bill Bicknell. They also discuss a lot of the highs and lows of WCW in the mid-1990s. Note: Unfortunately, there are some unavoidable sound-quality problems with this episode, but we hope we've made it listenable. #WWE #wrestling Original airdate: 6/6/11
Jason Mann and Geno Mrosko of Cageside Seats discuss Bam Bam Bigelow v. NFL legend Lawrence Taylor and somehow get off on a tangent about Mick Foley's greatness as well. #WWE #wrestling Original airdate: 3/18/11
0:001:57:40 Share on Jason Mann and Dylan Hales of the Wrestling Culture podcast discuss Hulk Hogan vs. Vader at WCW SuperBrawl 5 in February 1995. They discuss why this feud is perceived so negatively by smart wrestling fans; how Vader's aura was affected by the buildup, the match and the later matches; how WCW had evolved into Hogan's image; what role Vader might have played against the New World Order; and why this is one of Hogan's best performances. #WWE #wrestling Original airdate: 6/13/14
The 1995 Royal Rumble match is discussed by Jason Mann and Luke Johnson of Wrestlefeed. They talk about how the quicker-than-ever 60-second intervals made this Rumble feel much different than any other, the lack of depth and star power beyond Shawn Michaels, Davey Boy Smith and Lex Luger, the battle of the future Kronik members, the fate of Well Dunn, and much more. #WWE #wrestling Original airdate: 7/12/12
Hulk Hogan v. The Butcher (Brutus Beefcake) from Starrcade 1994 is discussed by Jason Mann and Robert Newsome. They talk about how Hogan's arrival transformed WCW, the tremendousness of a bitter Bobby Heenan, and whether Beefcake was really ever any good. #WWE #wrestling Original airdate: 12/18/11
Wrestlespective expands its focus to discuss the entire Survivor Series 1994, not just the main event of Yokozuna vs. Undertaker in a casket match. Jason Mann and Stan Morris talk about the ponytails of Diesel and Shawn Michaels, Bob Backlund's seven-minute submission hold on Bret Hart, Jerry Lawler's brilliance in a minis match, WWE giving up on Lex Luger, and how Chuck Norris rates as a special enforcer. #WWE #wrestling Original airdate: 9/25/12
Konnan vs. Perro Aguayo at AAA When Worlds Collide 1994 is discussed by Jason Mann and Franny from RudoReels.com. They talk about how this show -- co-promoted with WCW -- is a great introduction to lucha libre, the incredible and odd array of talent who appeared on it (including Rey Mysterio Jr., Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit, Psychosis, Tito Santana, La Parka, 2 Cold Scorpio, and Louie Spicolli), the influence lucha had on 1990s U.S. wrestling, and much more.
Jason Mann and Mike of Monsoon Classic discuss the Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair career and title match in a steel cage at Halloween Havoc 1994. They talk about when the ideal time might have been for a first Hogan vs. Flair match, how Hogan's arrival changed the course of WCW, and the ethical implications of Hogan beating up Sherri Martel. #WWE #wrestling Original airdate: 2/23/14
The War Games match of Dusty Rhodes, Dustin Rhodes, Brian Knobbs & Jerry Sags v. Terry Funk, Arn Anderson, Bunkhouse Buck & Col. Robert Parker at Fall Brawl 1994 is discussed by Jason Mann and Dylan Hales. They talk about what a tremendous feud and match this was in what is considered a down period for WCW, why it might be overlooked among the great War Games matches, why Terry Funk is the greatest, arguments in favor of Dustin Rhodes being the best U.S. professional wrestler in 1994, the greatest Dusty Rhodes promo you'll ever see, and much more. #WWE #wrestling Original airdate: 3/5/12
Real Undertaker v. Fake Undertaker at SummerSlam 1994 is discussed by Jason Mann and Sawyer Paul. Was the silent crowd in awe as Vince McMahon suggests or were they just bored? #WWE #wrestling Original airdate: 7/28/11
Sting vs. Vader from Slamboree 1994 is discussed by Jason Mann and frequent guest Sawyer Paul. They talk about Vader's incredible combination of precision and power, how often Sting and Vader clashed on pay-per-view, how this match serves as a nice primer for their rivalry, and plow through the history of the maligned WCW International World Championship. Original airdate: 8/30/12
Jason Mann and Josh Hachat discuss three of Mick Foley’s noteworthy battles in celebration of Five Days of Foley: -Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne v. the Nasty Boys, WCW Spring Stampede 1994 -Cactus Jack & Raven v. Tommy Dreamer & Terry Funk, ECW November to Remember 1995 -Mankind v. The Rock, WWF Monday Night Raw, 1/4/99 Originally published: 10/21/10 #WWE #wrestling #MickFoley
The 1994 Royal Rumble match is discussed by Jason Mann and Chris from IVP Videos. They discuss the many surprising faces who show up in a 1994 WWE event, compare the sagas of Bret Hart and Lex Luger, praise Ted DiBiase's one-time appearance as a WWE pay-per-view announcer, and ponder the beginning of Diesel-mania. #WWE #wrestling
Original airdate: October 1st 2010 Rob Naylor and Will revisit some of their favorite ECW moments with the man who probably has seen more ECW matches than anyone else alive. Gabe Sapolsky gives his insight into what made ECW special as we look at the highs and lows from the Bingo Hall in Philly.
Original airdate: November 20th 2010 Naylor, Will and Alan4L talk to Missy Hyatt about her time in Texas and Mid South. We discuss the Von Erichs, The Freebirds, John Tatum, and Kabuki! Then, after Missy attends to her dogs, the guys continue discussing random topics like the Old School Raw, 2003 ROH, Christopher Daniels and Sean Waltman!
"Hacker" Scotty O'Shea returns to the Elite Podcast Network with another episode of his podcast, 'Wrestling with Myself' as he bullshits about Black Friday sales, doggy doorbells and playing with his dead Grandpa. @HackerScotty @elitepodcastnet
Vader v. Ric Flair from Starrcade 1993 is discussed by Jason Mann and Bill Bicknell. They discuss Flair's return to prominence after some time on the sideline, the ethics of loving Vader despite his reputation for hurting people, and the development of the talent that fueled the late 1990s wrestling boom. #WWE #wrestling Original airdate: 12/16/11
The Survivor Series 1993 main event of the All-Americans (Lex Luger, Undertaker, Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner) battling the Foreign Fanatics (Yokozuna, Crush, Jacques Rougeau & Ludvig Borga) is discussed by Jason Mann and Ben Pasco of It's Raining Meng. They discuss Lex Luger and his dull family, the Undertaker's track record of patriotism, Yokozuna's murderous past, Ludvig Borga's surprising competence, Jay Leno's awfulness, and more.
Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Bret Hart, the finals of the King of the Ring 1993 tournament, is discussed by Jason Mann and Adam Jones. They talk about how WWE changed directions a lot of times in 1993, rebuilding Bret Hart after his WrestleMania 9 loss, why Bigelow wasn't in more WWE main events, and more. #WWE #wrestling Original airdate: 5/31/12
The 1993 Royal Rumble match is discussed by Jason Mann and Luke Starr. They talk about Bob Backlund's comeback and the crowd's reaction to him, WWE's transition away from older stars like Ric Flair and Randy Savage and toward Yokozuna and Bret Hart, Giant Gonzales' awful caveman outfit, and much more. Original airdate: 9/20/12
Original airdate: December 1st 2010 Rob and Will reminisce about one of the greatest wrestlers of all time. We discuss his time in Georgia, Texas, Mid South, Japan and WCW. We talk about our favorite Gordy matches, angles and interviews.
Original airdate: December 2nd 2010 After some technical difficulties cut the 1st show short, Rob and Will finish discussing the career of one of the best... Terry Gordy! Make sure you listen to Part 1 before listening to Part 2.