For our 250th episode we play a little game. Or had a contest of great importance depending on who you think put together the better WrestleMania card. Either way, really.
We return to Chikara as our wonky audio issues return as well. It's an interesting show with some interesting ideas that are executed in an interesting fashion. New things are tried and old feuds are revisited. Fun times!
It's UNBELIEVABLE, JEFF! We take our first look at Progress with a show with some exceptional talents and some questionable finishes. Devitt & Zack Sabre Jr. deliver as expected but will that carry the day?
So much to discuss: Special K being the worst, squashes that weren't and should have been, squashes that were and shouldn't have been, knock outs, historic slaps and...Hey, you know, you should focus on Raven.
Terrible wrestling, terrible announcing and a terrible company. What could go wrong as we look into the UWF?
Let's have a show in multiple cities! WCW's repetition of the foibles of WrestleMania II comes forward with Starrcade '86: The Night of the Skywalkers.
Fantastic hair, frantic rebooking and lots of spare change abound in this episode...and Ed says WHAT about Wahoo, Rick Rude and strap matches?!
The art of censorship and more are discussed as ECW lives dangerously. Rules were meant to be broken by both competitors and the referees because it's ECW.
Ed and Neil take a moment out to enjoy one of the great amateur art house theater performances brought to us by TNA Pro Wrestling and Senor Benjamin who did a hell of a job preparing the battlefield for massacre.
And here, on this Independence Day, the only question left to ask is what could be more patriotic than Barack Obama doing the spinaroonie.
A discussion about spoiler culture, a connection between Grandpa Simpson and Lex Luger and more abound as one year later, we come back to review the second episode of Nitro. And yes, it was #2.