Don't like the corporate hype of Roman Reigns? Get on board extremely long WWN train with the ROH sidecar and the rave that is WrestleCon. Hopes, dreams,desires and title unification will be found on the road to the showcase of the immortals. A show that runs on just like that sentence!
We're back talking Wrestlemania and the possible fallout. Not a .lot of excitement for the main events but BIG PLANS for Luke Harper. Seriously.
On the bright side, Ric Flair vs. Ricky Steamboat! On the down side, terrible finishes because you're getting a world title change and that should be plenty for you. Now watch multiple highly trained competitors pin themselves and be glad!
Well, there are long matches. The show's not too long. But why does it just drag on and on and on? Metaphysics and a journey to Africa THIS WEEK on the Untitled Wrestling Show.
If we're giving the prisoners steel reinforced bamboo we probably shouldn't be surprised at the outcome. Social experiments gone awry highlight this episode of the Untitled Wrestling Show as Ed revisits a show from his (relative) youth and Neil sympathizes with the plight of HHH & Randy. Good times!
New Year three years late but like the mighty we don't kneel to timeliness. That may also explain why a show with ROH PPV predictions is going up three days after the show but never mind that! Marvel as Neil shows the wide eyed optimism of knowing that there's no possible way ROH could completely screw up the main event! Love the awkward pauses! Revel in the general mediocrity of NOAH! Excelsior!
We're back and going Beyond...something...but we've found some great wrestling along the way. Top indy stars, top New England stars, top hilarity and good times all around.
When attempting to fix one small problem makes everything worse you get episode 187 of the Untitled Wrestling Show. The audio is all over the map while talking about the super consistent PWG 100 featuring singing, dancing and more crazy moments than you can shake a stick at. The audio just goes completely off the rails about 40 minutes in but if nothing else an important lesson was learned: No matter how many shows you've done, never change. Anything.
A lengthy title for a compact show where 8 men go to war to be the best. At wrestling. Probably.
A reflective show on CMLL's 81st birthday. Following the required Rumble talk we move into a show with flips, dives and moves all topped off with a heck of a main event.