On Episode 47 of The Kevin Kelly Show, Kevin and JT discuss the news of the past few weeks and also look to the future with a chat at the fallout from Survivor Series, Paige's Flair Family promo, the overall state of WWE programming, comparisons between the ongoing officiating issues in the NFL and the slow decline of WWE programming, the inherent issues of the direction of NXT and more. They also discuss Creed (spoiler free) and the legacy of the Rocky series.
Kevin then brings in the great Christopher Daniels for a chat. Calling in from Japan, Chris discusses the World Tag League, how he got into the business, his experiences while training, his favorites growing up, his decision to move to TNA and his experience there, his thoughts on Juice Robinson, the fact that he was able to have a successful career without a run in WWE, the secrets to his longevity, his choices for a theoretical ROH Hall of Fame and more!
So please join us for another great episode of the Kevin Kelly Show!
Our monthly Rewind series talks turkey...as host Ben Morse (@BenJMorse) is joined by Scott Criscuolo, Steve Wille and Aaron George to talk Survivor Series 2001. The guys talk about what they were watching at the time, The Alliance, whether the feud should have kept going, Test, Christian and more. So join the guys as they hit the time machine to Greensboro and November 2001!
'Tis the season for college basketball to get rolling, and Andrew Riche and Adam Murray have a lot to say in this two-part special edition of Place To Be Nation's NBA-Team Podcast as they preview the college season. In part two, Adam and Riche preview the SEC, Big XII, Pac 12, Big East, and American conferences. Riche gets his homer on and talks about the #1 pick potential of LSU's Ben Simmons and whether or not Kentucky is still the most talented team in the country while Adam focuses on which college freshmen could be one-and-done and which coaches might be under fire. They also preview the best mid majors and potential bracket busters. So suit up and take it out with the... NCAA-Team?
'Tis the season for college basketball to get rolling, and Andrew Riche and Adam Murray have a lot to say in this two-part special edition of Place To Be Nation's NBA-Team Podcast as they preview the college season. In part one, Adam and Riche talk about teams to watch and pro prospects in the ACC and Big Ten. How much of an effect will the flood of rules changes and "freedom of movement" have on the offensive flow of the games? Is it now or never for Roy Williams to win a national title at North Carolina? Is Denzel Valentine the favorite to win this season's Wooden Award. Other topics include Duke's latest one-and-doner, the influence of Tony Bennett's Virginia squads on team defense, the possibilities for the College Football Playoff, and online shopping. So suit up and take it with the.... NCAA-Team?
This installment of The Glenn Butler Podcast Hour Spectacular sees PTBN's Brothers of Discussion, Glenn & Scott Butler, welcome Steve Wille to a discussion of another Spectacular, PTBN's Holiday Tournament Spectacular, coming to The Place to Be at the stroke of midnight as Thanksgiving turns to Black Friday and the holiday season blasts off. The three men run down all four regions of the tournament and break down 128 different holiday movies, TV episodes, songs, albums, foods, and experiences...and, we like to think, learn a little bit about each other in the process. After all, isn't that what the holidays are all about?
In episode #13 of the Dangerous Alliance Wrestling Podcast, JT and Will tackle the following challenges as they dive into wrestling history:
- Survivor Series Dream Teams: The boys travel through time to build dream Survivor Series teams and matches. Who will survive?
- Building the Card: JT & Will compile the All Time Starrcade card, using matches from each installment of the show's run.
- Family Affair: In the spirit of Thanksgiving, the boys talk about and rank wrestling's greatest families.
- Mailbag! - The boys read answers questions from fans of the show.
So, kick back and join JT & Will in the Alliance as they travel through the history of wrestling!
In this episode of the Place to Be Podcast, Justin and Scott get extreme with special guest John D'Amato as they head into the Vintage Vault for a look back at ECW One Night Stand 2005! John was live in the Manhattan Center and he lends his view from inside the madness as they discuss Paul Heyman, Rob Van Dam, Mike Awesome, Sandman and a whole lot more!
So fire up this action-packed episode and join Scott and Justin as it's time for another edition of the PTB Podcast!
Will is joined by Kris Zellner (Exile on Badstreet), El Boricua, Pete ( and Johnny Sorrow (Titans of Wrestling) to watch WWE crown a new world champion. Did the horrible Divas angle from Raw pay off? How awesome are the New Day? What's the worst Survivor Series team of all time? We answer these questions and react to the new WWE champion
Place To Be Nation's NBA-Team, Adam Murray and Andrew Riche, get back to current topics and found quite a lot to talk about. This week, Riche and Murray discuss Kevin McHale's abrupt firing in Houston and whether or not the Rockets can right the ship (pun intended). They also discuss the buzz surrounding the early Rookie of the Year race along with other notable newcomers, and discuss which teams could be contenders or pretenders in the long run. Only here can you talk about Black Friday shopping tips and the Golden State Warriors at the same time. So suit up and take it out with the NBA-Team!
It's beginning to be WWE's busy season. So to help sift through all of the potential storylines, turns, pushes, and pulls I had from Forbes and Bleacher Report and WrestleZone: Alfred "Big Nasty" Konuwa.
Alfred and I go on a number of topics during this week's episode. From what may or may not happen at Survivor Series. To if Paige and Charlotte went too far with their storyline. We also touch on if it's a good thing that the part-time wrestlers that WWE usually employees for WrestleMania won't be able to be apart of the in ring action at the big event.
Also, one other note. Leave Melissa Joan Hart alone. She's one fan that had an opinion that people didn't like. So it doesn't merit a bunch of feces thrown her way through Twitter by "smart mark" fans. Alfred and I discuss this as well on the show and how the internet can be a cruel cruel thing.