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We Watch Wrestling

Matt McCarthy, Tom Sibley, Vince Averill, R Emmett Sibley

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We Watch Wrestling is Matt McCarthy, Tom Sibley, and Vince Averill. Three standup comedians who watch wrestling. Vince is an encyclopedia of wrestling knowledge, Tom just started watching at age 30, and Matt thinks wrestling is real. You don't even have to watch wrestling to like We Watch Wrestling, it's a celebration, an education, and an honest account of how it feels to be a professional wrestling fan, for better or worse. New episode drops every Wednesday at 3:16 AM! Email Us at: WeWatch ...
 
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It's the best of retro wrestling! Former media personality, Troy, & walking Wrestling Encyclopedia, Greg, will teach you something and make you laugh with breakdowns of the best, worst, and funniest subjects from pro wrestling's past! These two lifelong wrestling marks and memorabilia collectors will bring you not only the fan's perspective, but all the news and backstage goodness they can dig up after-the-fact!
 
The Beyond The Bell Podcast covers all things nostalgia in the world of Professional Wrestling and Sports Entertainment. Hosted by Ring Announcer Sean Beckerman, each edition features unique content as we turn back the clock to rewind and relive the greatest and worst in Professional Wrestling and Sports Entertainment history. From favorite entrance themes to WrestleMania moments, this podcast covers it all from the perspective of a Professional Ring Announcer, Broadcaster, TV Personality, a ...
 
In Your Head Wrestling Radio is live every Wednesday 8:05 PM EST hosted by Jack E. Jones, OneInchbiceps and Barbie Richards. We go over all the news and views of the week in wrestling, usually interview a wrestling legend, current star or up and comer and we take calls from all the fans world wide. Our main website with free archives and interactive chat room and message boards can be found at www.InYourHeadOnline.com and you can call in weekly at 1-508-644-8503 Over the 5 years IYH as inter ...
 
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Stop me if you've heard this one before! Ric Flair's career is on the line! In this show's defense, it was the first time (of MANY) that "The Nature Boy" put his career on the line, and it certainly upped the stakes for him vs Vader for Vader's WCW Title! It was originally supposed to be Sid Vicious, but he was fired after instigating a bloody figh…
 
Matt & Vince talk being Miz, buying a car from Brian Adidas, Ass Man’s tan, WCCW Homework (12/27 & 12/28/1982) and more!! Go to Patreon.com/WeWatchWrestling -Donate $7 for ALL the bonus content! Q&A, Watch-Alongs, Bonus Audio & Video! If you want to send the show anything and everything: Matt McCarthy PO Box 4854 Valley Village CA 91617…
 
Vince Russo was all but gone from WCW at this point, but the stench remained. Ric Flair looked dead inside as he limped along as the "CEO of WCW," "Above Average" Mike Sanders was ALSO an authority figure as the Commissioner, and no one cared. Almost every match on this card felt like it should have been held on a Nitro or Thunder. Kevin Nash & DDP…
 
It’s the special time of year for the Old School Wrestling Podcast when we all gather together to give thanks to all things professional wrestling. This year we’re back in Greensboro, North Carolina with David Crockett and his five new additions to his house that he’s over since March of 2020. Along with enjoying the company of all of our favorite …
 
On November 4, 1996 on WWF Monday night Raw, Stone Cold Steve Austin didn't know who he was f***ing with (according to Brian Pillman). The story of this entire (EXTREMELY controversial) episode of Raw was that Austin felt disrespected by Pillman during the previous week's in-ring segment, he reaggravated Pillman's shattered ankle, and now, Austin w…
 
It's the Deadly Game, where nothing is as it seems and no one can be trusted! Look, let's be honest, here...there was a ton of star power in the WWF in 1998 and they were crapping gold wherever they went. This was entertaining as all hell with a HUGE swerve at the end, but if you're looking for good wrestling, this ain't the show for you. The Marks…
 
Dre and the Black Cat take a look at a classic WWF feud between Ricky Steamboat and Jake Roberts that extended for five months during 1986, starting at the Saturday Night’s Main Event in May when Jake splattered Ricky’s head on the concrete like a watermelon, going through the summer, and culminating at the next Saturday Night’s Main Event in Octob…
 
TNA Genesis 2006, at the time, was TNA's highest selling pay-per-view domestically, selling just over 60,000 buys and beating previously set record of 55,000 at Bound For Glory 2006 (now in the archives). No doubt, this was due to everyone wanting to see Kurt Angle make his in-ring debut for TNA and have the dream match the Marks (Troy & Greg) neve…
 
It's THE GRAVEST CHALLENGE as Hulkamania goes up against The Deadman on the 1-year anniversary of The Undertaker's debut in the WWF! And the Marks (Troy & Greg) are all here for it! The undercard isn't all that great, and the title match doesn't even close the show. However, there's enough nostalgia on this show to keep anyone interested! The only …
 
The Wrestling Roadshow's first Halloween special! On this episode we profile some of wrestling's more... colourful... characters. Covered are; The Undertaker, Paul Bearer and Kane, Lord Humongous, Edge, Christian and Gangrel of The Brood, The Boogeyman and Kevin Sullivan's Dungeon of Doom. Check out the website at https://www.thewrestlingroadshow.c…
 
A Night Of Terror And Suspense! This one was a pretty damn good event, but it follows a few very basic Halloween Havoc rules. 1. Rey Mysterio has an amazing match. 2. Hulk Hogan has a horrible match. 3. The event ends randomly because the timing was off. But, there were some great matches on this show, some comedic stuff to laugh at, and all-in-all…
 
This Halloween, Dre and the Black Cat are visited by the Crypt-Keeper who leaves them with two wonderful gifts – a FMW tape with a match between Atsushi Onita and Mr. Pogo and time bomb that will explode at the end of the show. Will they survive? Probably not! Please help support the Old School Wrestling Podcast by signing up for the OSWP Patreon a…
 
We are back from our break and hit the road running. This week we're talking; Dark Side of the Ring (Bruiser Bedlam/Johnny K-9, Luna Vachon), wrestlers misbehaving, AEW, social media drama and retro video games including a discussion on Cutie Suzuki no Ringside Angel! Thoughts? Comments? Suggestions? Drop us a line - podcast@thewrestlingroadshow.co…
 
WCCW was a "coffin on rollerskates" (to quote Tony Schiavone) in 1986 and certainly in 1988. Attendance was way down, the Von Erichs were tragically falling apart, original ideas were scarce, and the territories as a whole were just failing, miserably. However, there was SOME fun stuff (and funny stuff) to talk about from World Class in the late '8…
 
We're bound for glory with Total Nonstop Action! While the Marks (Troy & Greg) ironically cover a lot of bad/funny shows, this one was fantastic and possibly the greatest Bound for Glory in TNA history. Hop in the Way Back Machine with the Marks and go a decade and a half back in time to Kurt Angle's TNA PPV debut as the special enforcer for the ma…
 
Let's journey 30 years into the past when a man was electrified on live pay-per-view...and lived to tell about it. Even though it was the opening match on the show, it was the most memorable. Maybe not for the right reasons... The WCW World Title was defended in the main event by Lex Luger against Ron Simmons. On top of that, Oz and Van Hammer are …
 
On thew newest OSWP, Dre and the Black Cat talk about the legend Arn Anderson, his amazing resurgence in 2021, and take a look back at his early days in WTBS Studios! Please help support the Old School Wrestling Podcast by signing up for the OSWP Patreon at patreon.com/oswp or buying some digital merch (old episodes, books, etc) at gumroad.com/oswp…
 
No Mercy was usually hit-and-miss with quality, but this one gets overlooked for how good it really was. 15 years ago, King Booker was the reigning World Champion on SmackDown!, and General Manager Theodore Long put him against 3 competitors: Batista, Bobby Lashley, and one of his own lackeys, Finlay, in a Triple Threat match. Also on this card is …
 
This may have been basically a one-match show, but what a match it was! If you've never seen Christopher Daniels vs AJ Styles vs Samoa Joe, you need to stop everything you're doing and watch it immediately! It is definitely the greatest Triple Threat match of all time and is in contention for greatest match ever. Also on the card, Raven defends the…
 
We wrap up the 2021 OSWP Summer Tour in Atlanta, GA to discuss the legend of THE GREAT KABUKI! We are also very happy to be joined by ROBERT, our old friend from the Atomic Elbow to discuss his home territory and his memories of watching THE GREAT KABUKI as a kid. Please help support the Old School Wrestling Podcast by signing up for the OSWP Patre…
 
The stories of Vince Russo running WCW are the stuff of legends. Not good legends...but legends. Kind of like the legends of the Trojans being fooled by a giant, wooden horse full of enemy soldiers, or that guy who was cursed by the Greek gods to have his kidneys repeatedly eaten out every single day by a bird. Ya know...tragic legends. But man, it…
 
I wouldn't call this one a "classic," but it was definitely a much better than average show that hardly ever gets talked about. Rob Van Dam and Chris Jericho tear it up for the Hardcore Title, Shane McMahon & Booker T fight to take the WCW Title away from The Rock, there's some 4-team mayhem for the WWF Tag Titles, and Stone Cold defends his WWF Ti…
 
On this week's episode join Gus as he reviews a listener's requested show - WWF Superstars 1992. In action we see Ric Flair, the British Bulldog, Sgt Slaughter and Shawn Michaels, along with a main event between the Undertaker and the Berzerker which almost ends in murder on national television! Also we have Vince McMahon randomly making constipati…
 
On this episode join Gus as he welcomes WCCW to the rotation of shows. This week on Mid Atlantic Wrestling we see Jay Youngblood, Jake Roberts, Ivan Koloff, Blackjack Mulligan Jr, Terry Taylor, Pvt Jim Nelson & Sgt Slaughter in action, while we hear from Roddy Piper, Alfred Hayes, Ray Stevens and Ole Anderson. On Mid South Wrestling, Bill Watts tak…
 
This week the OSWP Summer Tour makes a stop in Salisbury, North Carolina for a match from the CORNETTE GARBAGE TAPES between Big John Studd and Blackjack Mulligan from their legendary Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling feud in the late 70s. Please support the OSWP by visiting flairchop.com or gumroad.com/oswp and BUY SOME MERCH. Thanks for listeni…
 
This was the first Fall Brawl without a WarGames match and the second-to-last Fall Brawl ever. The house was only about 50% full, and if you see this show, you'll know exactly why. And, this is was about 2 months before Vince Russo even gets ahold of this train wreck of a company! The Marks (Troy & Greg) have got a lot of news to bring you, from th…
 
Matt & Vince give a blow by blow account of their All Out Weekend post Live Show, WCCW Homework (7/24 & 7/31/1982) and more!! Go to Patreon.com/WeWatchWrestling -Donate $7 for ALL the bonus content! Q&A, Watch-Alongs, Bonus Audio & Video! If you want to send the show anything and everything: Matt McCarthy PO Box 4854 Valley Village CA 91617…
 
On this week's episode, join Gus as he reviews a listener's requested show - WWF Wrestling Challenge from 6 December 1986. On this show we see a young 146lbs Mick Foley, or is it Kurt Hoffman? In action are the Hart Foundation, Koko B Ware and a main event of the British Bulldogs & Billy Jack Haynes against the Iron Sheik, Nicolai Volkoff & Butch R…
 
On this episode join Gus as he reviews Mid Atlantic Wrestling & Mid South Wrestling from 26 December 1981. Plus we have big new on WCCW! On Mid Atlantic in action are Jake Roberts, Blackjack Mulligan Jr, Ivan Koloff, Ox Baker & Carl Fergie and Sgt Slaughter puts up $1,000 in a Cobra Clutch Challenge against a randomly selected opponent. On Mid Sout…
 
Can you play mind games with someone who doesn't have much of a mind!? I don't know, but Shawn Michaels said something to this effect, and it was weird. This main event may be a somewhat forgotten classic, absolutely shattering all expectations as Mankind steps into the ring with WWF Champion Shawn Michaels in Mankind's first ever title match! Bill…
 
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