You can feel the sickness in the air (it's that time of year) as Ed is infected with the positivity virus (and also a cold) and Neil's just a bit of a downer. How could you not love Shockmaster vs one or both Kongs? It's Starrcade time and we're back to 1993 for Flair/Vader and a whole bunch of other wrestling.
The audio on this recording is as bad as the show we watched. Apologies but it was saved as best we could. Nothing, however, could save the parade of nonsense that was USWA where the best finish was TV time running out in the opener and it was all downhill from there.
You say you want a revelation, well you know we all want to change the world. Or have a ladder match. Or an awesome tag title match. One of those things.
Flag matches, horrid keyboarding, Uncle Elmer's wedding and more tongue twisters than you can shake a stick at on this week's episode.
Halloween Havoc brings more Billy Zane references and some truly scary moments from the very real to "They booked that?"
A show that is better than the last year's attempt. But, that is really feint praise. Join us in reflections on another edition of Souled Out that can't be as horridly terrible, no good and very bad as that atrocious 1997 show.
A hard to describe and assess show of matches. This time with clipped matches and not clip art like our previous CZW broadcast.
An odd show with rolling components, poor announcing and strange, strange tone. But the hair. Oh boy, the hair. And the gifs.
This show may not feature the worst Midnight Express match ever but it's pretty bad. Nonsense abounds in the most logical and realistic promotion of all time where cameras can't be trusted but Jim Cornette can.