On the newest episode of the Main Event, Scott Nate & Steve are joined by their friend Brandon Thurston (Wrestlenomics) to discuss WWE's first quarter as Nick Khan flexes his muscle. They talk money, ratings, live events, AEW-Impact and much more. It's a full show discussion so sit back and enjoy the newest episode of the Main Event!
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With This RIng #19: Dusty Rhodes
Ryan and Cindy start there journey into the GWCW wrestler project with the one and only American Dream. During the watch discussion topics include his character, his feud with Ric Flair, his 1994 return and his final WCW match in 2001. They also talk about the GWCW Wrestler project and how some lack of categories may hurt Dusty overall. Sit back and enjoy the "hard times"!
- RIC FLAIR VS DUSTY RHODES (STARRCADE 1985, WORLD TITLE MATCH)
- TULLY BLANCHARD VS DUSTY RHODES (06/13/87 PRO; 24:39)
- TERRY FUNK & BUNKHOUSE BUCK VS DUSTIN & DUSTY RHODES (CLASH XXVIII)
- NASTY BOYS, DUSTY & DUSTIN RHODES VS ROBERT PARKER, TERRY FUNK, BUNKHOUSE BUCK & ARN ANDERSON (FALL BRAWL 1994, WAR GAMES MATCH)
- DUSTIN & DUSTY RHODES VS JEFF JARRETT & RIC FLAIR (GREED 2001)
PWL Ep. 22 (WWF 1988-97 pt 2): Marty & Pete return to continue their countdown of the Top 25 Best WWF Matches of 1988-97 on the Pro Wrestling Love show. Both Marty & Pete are on the Pro Wrestling Only forums as Superstar Sleeze & PeteF3 respectively and on Twitter as Superstarsleeze and Machina25. This week they are looking at their #20-16. Marty & Pete bust up in an unusual tangent about who is the best stomper of all time. Pete gives a great breakdown of the famous Bret Hart vs Bob Backlund match at Survivor Series 1994. The Jumping Bomb Angels & Glamour Girls triggers a sidetrack on Powerbombs in America, Art Crews and Joyce Grable & Wendi Richter. We talk about the most American of all matches the epic Desert Storm Match pitting Hulk Hogan against Sgt. Slaughter. All this and much, much more. Click the link, download and enjoy. Let us know what you think of Pro Wrestling Love!
It's a special BONUS show as Neil and Dave review Wrestlemania 9 in its entirety. It's Neil's 100th viewing and Dave's 1st EVER. The guys talk Bobby Heenan, Doink, Lex Luger, chloroform soaked rags, and yes THAT finish to the show. We're going to take a brief hiatus but be back in a couple weeks to jump right back into 1993!
"On episode 18 of the Special Relations join Calum McDougall, Rory McNamara and Ben Locke as they come of age for another show that ranges from the serious to the surreal!
The episode begins with a discussion about the major news and sporting subject of the week here in the UK which was the formation of the European Super League and the subsequent withdrawal of 9 of the clubs involved. If you come to our pod for some light-hearted wrestling chat you may want to skip the first 40 minutes or so as we are very serious and angry!!
We then make a start on our recurring feature about reminiscing about 1996 and we cover January right through to Wrestlemania 12, we also preview the next couple of parts where nothing important really happens.
In the second part we carry on our look at some of the interviews that are available on the WWE network, this time we focus on Chris Jericho's appearance Broken Skull Sessions whilst making you wait for Jimmy Hart/JBL. Our live watch takes us back to May 2001 for a match that thanks to one of the competitors in it no longer gets any publicity. We end with another award winning edition of Talk Your Way Out Of This One.
Come for the concept but stay for the anger it's the Special Relations!"
Jacob Williams and Tyler Kelley continue their GWCW list countdown with their #50- 41 matches.In episode 6 they discuss Dusty Rhodes commentary on a Dusty Rhodes match, Barry Windham appreciation, cruiserweights, Russians and more. Check it out and see what matches you agree with, disagree with and how their lists are progressing.
Place To Be Nation… Welcome back and join us once again on the Highway to the Impact Zone. Join host Logan Crosland and his student Jake Williams, as they are joined by TNA lone expert Matt Souza. In this episode they take a look at three episodes of Impact from December 10th, 17th, and 24th. They discuss topics such as: Shawn Kidd Missing His Afternoon Nap, Daniels Breaking Out on His Own, Endless Ads and Stupid Backstage Segments, AMW Continues Their Roll, Monty Finishes Off Gilbertti, Hall and Nash: Silver Fox and the Sloth, Garza Showing Out, The Shawn Kidd Memorial Tag Match, Dusty In Sexual Situations, Hardy’s Continuous Fall of A Cliff, Dustin Rhodes Random Debut, Erik Watts’ Continued Suckage, Incredibly Racist Piper, Abyss’ Destruction of David Young, Johnny Devine Breaks Out, Logan’s Willingness to Continue, and much much more!
Listen and join us on this wild ride through Total Nonstop Action.
In this episode of the Place to Be Podcast, JT and Scott are joined by JA D'Amato to break down the iconic 1992 Royal Rumble!
They discuss the newest HERB KUNZE TIDBITS~!, the official end of the Rockers, Bret Hart rumors, the return of Owen Hart, a great moment for Roddy Piper, an all time bad tag team match, a tough night for Sid Justice, warning signs for Hulk Hogan, an all time performance for Ric Flair and much more!
So fire up this action-packed episode and join Scott, JT and JA as it’s time for another edition of the PTB Podcast!
PWL Ep. 21 (WWF 1988-97 pt 1): Pro Wrestling Love hosted by Marty “Superstar” Sleeze starts a new countdown by welcoming, Pete aka PeteF3 (PWO)/Machina25 (Twitter) to breakdown their Top 25 World Wrestling Federation Matches to take place between 1988-97. They start the show off with getting to know Pete, his origins as a wrestling fan, why they chose 1988-1997 as goalposts and they get over their natural disdain for one another as Pete is a Buckeye (BOOOOO!) and Marty is a Wolverine (Go Blue!). Marty makes a prediction that makes him look like a total dumbass at the beginning. They discuss their #25-#21 in this episode. They discuss topics such as 1996 Shawn Michaels hate, Bret as a sort of NWA travelling champion, the Heartbreaker vs the Hammer Jammer, the patterns of the WWF house show loop and an in-depth comparative analysis of angle development between Northern & Southern promotion. Give it a listen, let us know what you think, we would love to hear & keep spreading the Pro Wrestling Love.
It's the GO HOME SHOW for Wrestlemania 9...and boy are we ready to be done with this Mania 9 build. Featured matches include the likes of Doink, Kamala, Repo Man, and Damien Demento plus we find out what, if anything, Dave has learned about Wrestlemania 9 in these first 10 shows.