A show taped in the before time remains relevant even today with new studios and bleak outlooks surrounding us. Revel as the 1-2-3 Kid finds the fountain of youth that is wrestling El Generico. Wince as Eddie Kingston punches Akira Tozawa in the face. Gasp in shock as The Colony race for the top!
We're back talking (one of) the greatest summer traditions in the history of this great sport. Not just the yearly Summerslam return of Brock Lesnar but the Great American Bash. TNA champion collides with WWE champion as Lashley faces John Cena. TNA superstar faces former TNA authority figure/current superstar bravely fighting through injury as Matt Hardy takes on MVP. Kane challenges for the World Heavyweight Championship! The more things change...
Let's jump into the time vortex to the days before new studios and Jack Swagger's Battleground choke where hope and change were in the air. Night 2 of King of Trios features more awesome Togo than you can shake a...stick...at.
We're back with some venting and reflecting talking Chikara, commenting on commentating, and remembering the members of a Three Man Band. Not the most orderly show but it was definitely therapeutic and good preparation for Battleground.
We start with Evolve and go from there on a free wheeling episode of the Untitled Wrestling Show. Big moments are glossed over (yeah, KENTA, great) and small moments are highlighted (Jenna Jameson: Interviewer!). Attitudes are surly. Taz is a man of danger. Jason continues to appear on ECW shows to be a beacon of greatness.
The summer showcases kick off in a big way with a return to one of the biggest tournaments in indy wrestling. The 2011 King of Trios featured teams from around the world and from various eras of human history. Join us as we talk the biggest trios tournament of 2011.
We're back and we're talking Wildcard where nobody knows who's challenging for a title or what the rules are in the matches. It's all part of the fun!
In this season of tournaments of death and kings of death and queens of death we step back and look at XPW's contribution to the legacy of deathmatch tournaments. With repetitive stipulations and a lax structure there's work to be done. Will Rob Black's constant presence be able to save the show? He certainly thinks so!
What starts as a look at a small sample of the career of Seth Rollins expands into the hopes and dreams for the future of this podcast. An MTV superstar from Eagle's Club roots, we take a look at the path that took Seth Rollins to Florida for a little company called World Wrestling Entertainment. Fun times!
On Slammiversary Night we're here talking sad news, happy news and everything in between. A free wheeling show all topped off with a 60 minute iron man match between Super Dragon and Joey Ryan.