On the week of Teddy Hart's return to US indy prominence we talk a terrible show from 1997. What's the connection? Cats that moonsault & Hugh Morrus. Six minute main events. Jumping beans. Also some guy named the Undertaker lost, so there's that.
It's the grand daddy of them all on the day of the 30th grand daddy. Mr. T, Hulk Hogan, Paul Orndorff, Ace's cast and so much more as we celebrate the greatest day of the year: Wrestlemania...day.
Bad audio quality mars a shockingly fun romp through the seven new inductees to the WWE Hall of Fame. The thrill of Carlos Colon's Figure 4, the agony of being locked in a casket by the Undertaker, the crippling instability of feeling no pain. A really fun show but again, sorry about the audio. It sounds like a wood shop.
Audio quality is out the window but we've got one more show taped long before the realities of the Dragon Gate weekend set in. It may not be timely but some predictions were spot on and a plea fell on deaf ears. Follow ups are coming, for now, here we go!
It's time to talk the XXX...wait...that doesn't look right. Regardless, the 30th Wrestlemania is nearly here and so are we so what's not to like? Cena, Bray, Bryan, 3 ways...wait...no, this isn't going well at all.
We're back talking the good kind of Korean Collision. When wrestling is in charge of diplomacy what bad could happen? When Scott Norton faces Shinya Hashimoto can they really go for 20 minutes? How many dance performances can Ric Flair stomach? How powerful is the enziguri? So many questions, most have answers.
Construction continues (although less of it) as we enter the edifice of horror and the cauldron of destruction: The Impact Zone. Don West is his usual awesome self, the production crew has lost their minds and all the doors are locked for one of the stranger TNA pay per views...well, so far.
When I say Wa, you say Hoo, Wa-Hoo, Wa-Hoo...now keep this up for another 43 minutes. It'll be fine. In the meantime, we're back talking Occupation, Occupations, Working not so hard for the money, The Rainmaker, Big Ladies, Wa-Hoo, Whoo, and so much more.
We're back talking another IWA comeback with November Pain. A mini-CZW invasion is afoot on this night in Bellevue with DJ Hyde and Devon Moore leading the charge. A reformed tag team of Jimmy Jacobs and BJ Whitmer take on Necro Butcher and Masada. Threats are made. Slap contest challenges are set forth. Here comes the pain.
While the scars may not have faded it's time to go back to AAA in the newest episode of the Untitled Wrestling Show. Talking everything from the Styles Clash and Wrestle-1 to the Psycho Circus, legal muddles and men who show no pain it's a show with a little something for everyone.