In a bonus episode (that’s right 2 specials in 5 episodes) the Special Relations get to finish their GWWE lists, and inside ten hours too! 
Come for the lists but stay for Ben having a counterpoint to those complaining about his unpopular opinion, Rory attempting to watch (and rename) NXT TakeOver Portland and Calum for making a schoolboy error with a match omission.  All this and much, much more in Episode 5 (or 4b) of The Special Relations!
February 29, 2020

NWA Power Recap 2/29/20

On this Leap Day edition of the NWA Power Recap, Scott Criscuolo & "Dr. G" George Ribellino recap this past week's 19th episode of NWA Powerrr, with a pull apart brawl involving Strictly Business & Villain Enterprises. Also an upset in the TV Title division and The Pope pulls the strings again. So sit back and feel the POWER!

Follow Scott on Twitter: @ptbpodfather

On the newest episode of the Main Event, The Trinity of Terror (Scott Criscuolo, Nate Milton & Steve Wille) recap WWE Super Showdown and preview AEW Revolution. Then back to 2002 for one of the less refined TNA Classic PPV Recaps. So sit back and enjoy this coronavirus-free episode of the Main Event!

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In this edition of With This Ring, Ryan and Cindy discuss some of the greatest Survivor Series matches in history. They have a quick rundown of the history of the event starting as a move against Starrcade and trying to capitalize on Hulk/Andre, talk about how the style of match was different from other events and how much the Invasion flopped. They discuss how 20 guys in a match, and more importantly, 18 guys on the apron are probably too many people and Cindy gets really excited about Paul Roma’s ass. The pair also look at how often Survivor Series matches had high stakes, including can Steve Austin stun people? Also, Sting’s debut and Cindy not understanding what that means. Plus, looking at NXT’s first version of War Games, while looking forward to our own journey to War Games which was a few days away at the time. Come for Paul Roma’s ass and stay for discussions about how the American Airlines Arena bathrooms originally faced the streets.

Strike Force, Young Stallions, Killer Bees, British Bulldogs & Rougeau Brothers vs. Islanders, Demolition, Hart Foundation, Bolsheviks & New Dream Team - Survivor Series 1987

Chris Jericho, The Rock, Kane, Undertaker & Big Show vs. Steve Austin, Rob Van Dam, Booker T., Kurt Angle & Shane McMahon - Winner Takes All Match - Survivor Series 2001

Chris Jericho, Christian, Mark Henry, Randy Orton & Scott Steiner vs. Booker T, Bubba Ray Dudley, D-Von Dudley, Rob Van Dam & Shawn Michaels - Survivor Series 2003

John Cena, Big Show, Dolph Ziggler, Erick Rowan & Ryback vs. Kane, Luke Harper, Mark Henry, Rusev & Seth Rollins - Survivor Series 2014

Undisputed Era vs. Sanity vs. AOP & Rodrick Strong - War Games Match - NXT Takeover: War Games

February 26, 2020

Row 1, Seat 1 #35: St. Louis

Ben recounts a road trip to St. Louis this weekend with some tremendous guests! Ben visited @stlanarchy and interviewed wrestlers Gary Jay, Erick Stevens and Big Beef Garvin. @StiffRoboGinger discussed his 17 years in the business, and the foundations of @stlanarchy. @erickstevens82 recounted his comeback year in the business, and his retirement this Wrestlemania weekend. @GnarlsGarvin sheds light on being a young wrestler in the business, establishing yourself, and managing expectations. A fun show so check it out!

In this summer blockbuster episode of the Place to Be Podcast, Justin, Scott and Peter Winson are heading deep into the Wild Kingdom as they take a look at the 7/28/90 Saturday Night's Main Event!

The boys discuss the HUGE MEGA BUFFET of Herb Kunze Tidbits, Bobby Heenan as Mr. Perfect's new manager, Earthquake attacking Hulk Hogan, the return of Sgt. Slaughter, Rick Rude's haircut, questionable booking in the Warrior/Rude match, Hogan's return, the arrival of Legion of Doom, an all time classic IC Title match, Earl Hebner's refereeing and much more, including end of show awards!

So fire up this action-packed episode and join Scott, Justin and Peter as it’s time for another edition of the PTB Podcast!

Jeff Machado and JT Rozzero are best friends but Jeff has never been a wrestling fan... until now. With decades of wrestling history to catch up on, JT is leading Jeff's completely clean slate on an educational journey through the wonderful story of professional wrestling.

In episode eighteen, the boys catch up on their personal lives, and then have a deep dive into Jeff's big relationship news, collecting stickers, internal monologues, Honky Tonk Man's new hit song, Ultimate Warrior's promo skills and title win, the WAVE, Ted DiBiase's name and much, much more!

So, join us on Jeff's journey to learn all about pro wrestling, get sidetracked with us on many tangents and have a bunch of laughs along the way!

From the minds that brought you Talk'n Pop comes Talk'n WCW, a unique look at the talents and matches that built the legacy of World Championship Wrestling. This month, Jenny, Greg and Tim delve into the WCW career of Diamond Dallas Page. From the havoc of Halloween to a No DQ match with a legend to a temporary title change, the panel experience both the heel and babyface versions of this manager turned wrestler. With an appearance by the Macho Man and a hilarious bonus track, this a must listen edition of Talk'n WCW!

February 21, 2020

Body Press Your Luck #4

Welcome to Body Press Your Luck! PTBN's first ever wrestling trivia game show! In this episode, three time defending Champion Ryan Everett battles Scott Criscuolo and Rob Kilner! Can Ryan finally be dethroned? Stay tuned...

Settle in and play along to see if you have what it takes to be a main eventer on a future episode of Body Press Your Luck!

This is....PTBNXT. Join Jennifer Smith, Tim Capel, and “Jambalaya” Jake Williams as they embark on a chronological journey through the black and gold brand. On the second episode, the gang set sail at Full Sail with the 1/15/14, 1/22/14, and 1/29/14 episodes of NXT to finish out the month of TV for January 2014. They discuss WWE’s fan perception at the time, some “real” matches, the unique dance moves of CJ Parker, the enigmatic Corey Graves, forgotten escorts, the nice presentation of Enzo and Cass, Bo Dallas’s character work, the odd transitional phase of the women’s division, and the budding feuds heading into the very first Takeover. The Future of wrestling (and this podcast) is here!

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