We're back with the return of the character nobody wanted, Underwater Ed! When he's not here we're having a good time talking an all time classic show with great moments up the card (and not terrible moments down it). Legends, Icons, Streaks and more!
As the weather has finally gotten warm the Dog Days of Summer are going to be crammed into a short window of time. Symbolic of this wonderful double dose of UWS Showcase goodness. Now with extra cakes to be grabbed, dastardly backstabbing and successful snapmare(s).
Do you like hard kicking? Do you like no selling? Do you like both of them in tandem? Do we have the show for you!
A day late and $9.99 but we're back and talking the RETURN of the Cibernetico. 100 minutes of a match and a show about half that length.
We're here on Summerslam day talking the Spring Stampede from 1997. When WCW doesn't have the world champion or half the tag champions on the show do they just pack up shop? Find out!
Journey back to the days when WCW had a huge former Marine under contract and decided the best course of action was count out losses to DDP and barely beating the State Patrol. To be fair, this is also the company that decided that the team facing Hulk Hogan should be outclassed by the American Males so who knows what was going on.
Inspired by the 2011 King of Trios we're back talking more Michinoku Pro. Sasauke, Togo and Shinzaki are all here along with all your favorites like The Undertaker, The Convict and The Magic Man. Just saying but that would be a heck of a six man tag right there.
We're back early and taped even earlier to talk about Championship Wrestling from Hollywood and the IMPACT that's still negotiating for real (totally real). A shorter show than usual but with enough bitterness to even out the flavor.
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...