When even more worlds collide it has to be even better. Plus the genius that is Paul Heyman. Plus Eaton, Funk, Anderson and Sabu. It's a surefire slam dunk home run slapshot of greatness. Hopefully.
The highest of highs and the lowest of lows at this Final Battle (NOT that one) with one of the most epic encounters (NOT that one) in wrestling history.
A salty episode as we take our first foray into SHINE. With a card this good on paper how could it not be a great success?!
The nWo is here and they're running wild with bats. Call the police and bar the doors but DON'T tell the fans in the arena. They'll prefer the mystery of nothing happening for 35 minutes. Probably.
The Year of Death(matches) continues as we take a trip to the East Coast for some pain. Lots of pain. Not always the best pain, but there's no doubt that a lot of pain is being experienced.
We're going back the the WWWF where putting Hector Serrano and Thomas Marrin in a 2/3 falls match could half sell out any small building in the capital of the United States. Bahbey Davis makes an appearance. Bruno makes an appearance. Hey look, Arnold Skaaland is here too! Wait, none of them are wrestling...oh this has disaster written all over it.
Talking the show that should be the mascot for the Untitled Wrestling Show. It starts so good and then just careens off a cliff into the explosion that the 1-2 punch of the main events. The first half is really, really great though. So there's a positive.
We're going back to the USWA, a company that rivals only XPW in Untitled Wrestling Show infamy. When there's no PG-13, limited Bill Dundee and a feud sparked by a broken picture is there anything worth watching on this show? Join us on the journey to find out.
When DJ Hyde sends out the call and Japan answers the results are...interesting? Good? Interesting? With Dick Togo saying his farewells to the ECW arena and Sami Callihan beating the snot out of Yoshihito Sasaki, let's stick with interesting.
As the capper to King of the Death Weekend Ed is here with a solo show. 50 minutes running down the experience that was King & Queen of the Deathmatches 2015 from beautiful, rainy, Charlestown Indiana.