Ben welcomes independent wrestler "The Naturday Saint" Bradley Prescott IV to this week's show. Bradley discusses his wild life, including being a nationally ranked puppeteer, competition cheerleading, pole vaulting, the joys of Natural Light products, and finally, getting into the wrestling business, including a story about getting his hair set on fire. An absolutely bonkers show, so check it out! 

The next gig on the band’s Hidden Gems tour takes them to New York for the March to WrestleMania X! Jenny, Matt, Scott and Drew talk about Lex Luger, Yokozuna, Bret Hart, The Johnny Polo Sound Machine, a tremendous Randy Savage promo and much more! So break out the lighters and listen to the band play all the hits on the latest performance from Jenny & The Gems!

On the newest NWA Saturday Special, Scott & Dr. G are joined by Chad Campbell as they delve into the legacy that was Paul Boesch's Houston Wrestling. How long did it run? Why were there no titles? What made it so special? The guys chew the fat and then talk about what else? NWA/Crockett matches! So sit back and enjoy this episode of the Saturday Special!

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On the newest episode of the Main Event, our Trio of Terror (Scott, Nate & Steve) talk about the released superstars in WWE and where they could go. Then they discuss the "Dark Side of the Ring" series. After that they have their first WCW Classic Match Picks segment, and discuss two great tag team matches from 1985 and 1991. So sit back and enjoy the newest episode of the Main Event!

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In this edition of With This Ring, Cindy and Ryan look at 5 Royal Rumble matches. They talk about the beginnings of the Royal Rumble, as just another chance for WWF to screw with Jim Crockett Promotions, the rough going early on and how things really got cooking with the 1990 event and the Hulk Hogan/Ultimate Warrior showdown. They discuss how star-studded both the 1990 and 1992 Royal Rumbles are, Jack Tunney’s questionable Presidential decisions, and how Ric Flair has the best Royal Rumble performance. Cindy is shocked to hear that Shawn Michaels sings his own music! Then, they discuss an Attitude era Rumble with 2001, Kane’s possible finest hour in the WWF, a hardcore Rumble segment, and how Austin/Rock compares to Hogan/Warrior showdown. Ryan and Cindy then go to 2005 and discuss the changing of the WWE and the infamous Vince McMahon quad blow-up. They end up in 2010, looking at C.M. Punk’s sermons, DX exploding, and Edge returning. Listen to how Cindy’s final fours are not great. Sit back and with a tear in your eye, PUT THAT CIGARETTE OUT!

***SPOILER***
This was recorded back in January so please excuse the talk of WrestleMania 36 at the end. I know many PTBN members are still upset about not being able to go, so you might want to end the podcast with about 3 minutes left.

Royal Rumble Match 1990
Royal Rumble Match 1992
Royal Rumble Match 2001
Royal Rumble Match 2005
Royal Rumble Match 2010

 

Ben is joined by David McKinney and Matt Griffin on this week's episode! @S_ATL_Wrestling and Ben remember the life of dear friend Norko Kipke, who was a beloved wrestling fan in the Atlanta area. @MattTheMouth then joins the show to give a promoter's perspective on independent wrestling during these times of COVID-19. An informative show so check it out! 

Yes, they're doing this again folks.
 
Greg Diener and Robert Silva present their Top Ten's from last year's Greatest WWE Matches Project as they give their #10's-#4's.
 
Among some of the matches discussed Shawn vs. Marty from RAW on July '93, Bret/Owen from Mania X and SummerSlam '94, The Royal Rumble '92 Match, Ricky Steamboat vs. Bret Hart at the Boston Garden from '86, The 1992 Royal Rumble Match and so much more!
 
Stay tuned on PTBN for Part 2 where Greg and Robert reveal their Top 3 WWE Matches of All-Time.

In this summer blockbuster episode of the Place to Be Podcast, Justin, Scott and Peter Winson are kicking back at the biergarten and celebrating Oktoberfest as they take a look at the 10/13/90 Saturday Night's Main Event!

The boys discuss the Herb Kunze Tidbits of the Week~!, the changes in WWF production during this time, OKTOBERFEST, the continued downfall of Demolition, a great DiBiase/Rhodes Family angle, the Savage/DiBiase alliance, more Hogan/Earthquake angle advancement, Master Sausage Stuffer, The Genius, the passing of Howard Finkel 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!

Ok, we're a day late, but we had to search the internet for it! On this almost-lost episode of the NWA AFTER Saturday Special, Scott & the Doctor (After spending some time honoring the Fink) discuss the legacy of the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship. From Lou Thesz to Harley Race to Ric Flair to Rob Conway to Nick Aldis, the title has had it's ups and downs from 1948 to today. So sit back, enjoy the banter and join us on the journey with "Sweet Charlotte".

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On Sunday March 29th 2020 Calum, Ben and Rory broadcast a special live edition of the Special Relations to all four corners of the globe. If you weren't at one of those corners, or you just want to relive it all over again(and why wouldn't you?) join the chaps as they live watch the 22nd September 1997 edition of Monday Night RAW, spend far too long talking about King Of The Ring 1995, and maybe get visited by one or two guests...! 

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