In this episode of the Place to Be Podcast, Justin, Scott and Steve Bennett are pushing through a frigid winter in the city by diving into the 2/23/92 WWF Madison Square Garden house show!

The crew discuss the always wonderful Herb Kunze Tidbits of the Week, why MSG Network stopped airing these shows, another fun match for Berzerker, a tough loss for Chris Walker, the infamous Sid/Hercules match, Roddy Piper wearing gold in MSG, another good showing for Undertaker, a red hot finish to the a battle royal and more, including end of show awards!

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

Stacey aka Jimmy Redman is back for more joining Marty Sleeze on a jam-packed episode of Pro Wrestling Love discussing the very Best of WWE 2010-2014 on this Memorial Day Weekend. Stacey goes full Stacey with an excellent breakdown of Beth Phoenix vs Kelly Kelly and we get some bonus love for Nattie vs Alicia Fox. Sit back & enjoy! Marty breaks down a couple forgotten gems in Luke Harper vs Dolph Ziggler and Big Show vs Alberto Del Rio. The latter of which Stacey turned Marty onto, but didn’t make her list, you know what they say kids, don’t meet you heroes. :p Stacey cant believe Marty chose to go see Motley Crue & KISS instead of John Cena vs CM Punk at Night of Champions 2012. When Marty finally watched it seven years later, he knew it was a draw finish, but left wondering if they instituted a special time limit for just this match. Then what would become a running thread throughout the show, Marty can't figure out how to say Pyrrhic Victory. Crazy hi-jinx abound as Marty & Stacey yuck it up! Let s know what you think. 

Welcome to a very special PTB Wrestling Podblast, highlighting some of the best bits from our recent WrestleMania Backlash live watch on Twitch and YouTube. We do these for every WWE main roster PPV (at a minimum) whereby we provide our own alternative commentary, and try to find the best in even the worst shows.
 
To join in the experience, please follow our Twitch channel at twitch.tv/placetobenation and our YouTube page at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3aF-l0mMKzgthmGNSTiZnA. You can also get the latest updates on upcoming content, or provide suggestions for what you want to see on the channels on Twitter @PTBNYouTube.
It's another year and another top ten series of shows on the Place to be Wrestling Network. Greg Diener and Robert Silva present their annual sharing of their respective top ten's from the previous year's PTBN ballot.
 
This time they go over their Top Ten from last year's Greatest WCW Match Ever ballot. Among the matches discussed: Flair/Funk at GAB '89 and Clash IX, Steamboat vs. Rude at Beach Blast '92, the big tag team title match at Final Conflict and so much more!
 
Stay tuned on the PTB Wrestling Network for Part 2.
 
 
 

On the newest Saturday Special, Scott & Dr. G recap the final episode of Powerrr before the PPV on June 6. A battle royal to determine Nick Aldis' opponent for Sweet Charlotte, a VACANT National Title, Kamille vs. Thunder Rosa and more! So sit back with the kettle and enjoy the newest episode of the Saturday Special!

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On the newest episode of the Main Event, Nate & Steve talk wrestling, in particular previewing this weekend's AEW Double or Nothing. and other great wrestling topics, plus some other discussions including COVID & the Olympics. So sit back and enjoy the newest episode of the Main Event!

 

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In the second episode of Making Mt. Rushmore: Wrestling, panelists J Arsenio D’Amato, Ben Locke, Steve Riddle & James Gruenberg join moderator Andy Atherton to discuss which Heel Turns deserve a place as on their respective lists. Is Hulk Hogan’s from 1996 a no-brainer? What about Andre The Giant’s from 1987? Will Bret Hart’s from 1997 grab a spot? Does Shawn Michaels’ from 1992 or Steve Austin’s from 2001 deserve a place? After that, they discuss which Face Turns will be part of that grouping. Can you argue that the CM Punk’s from 2011 shouldn’t get a spot? Will Batista’s from 2005 be included? Is Randy Savage’s from 1991in the conversation? What about Steve Austin’s from 1997 & Hulk Hogan’s from 2002? 

In this episode of With This Ring Ryan and Cindy look at the WCW career of Brian Pillman. They run down everything from Flyin’ Brian to the Loose Cannon. Along the way they talk about the Hollywood Blondes, the Disney tapings, the 4 Horsemen in 1995, the evolution of the Loose Cannon and how Pillman’s life tragically ended. Which NFL team did Brian Pillman play on, because they never mention it in any of his matches? Enjoy!

  • LEX LUGER VS BRIAN PILLMAN (HALLOWEEN HAVOC 1989, UNITED STATES TITLE MATCH)
  • RIC FLAIR VS BRIAN PILLMAN (02/17/90 WCWSN)
  • BRIAN PILLMAN VS JUSHIN LIGER (SUPERBRAWL II)
  • STEVE AUSTIN & BRIAN PILLMAN VS RICKY STEAMBOAT & SHANE DOUGLAS (03/28/93 MAIN EVENT)
  • HOLLYWOOD BLONDES VS RIC FLAIR & ARN ANDERSON (CLASH XXIII, TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH)
  • BRIAN PILLMAN VS JOHNNY B BADD (FALL BRAWL 1995)
  • BRIAN PILLMAN VS EDDIE GUERRERO (CLASH OF THE CHAMPIONS XXXII)

PWL v. 26 (Best of WWE 2010-2014 pt1): Marty Sleeze welcomes long-time friend and WWE Superfan Stacey aka Jimmy Redman of PWO fame on to discuss arguably the greatest period in the history of WWE, 2010-2014. Stacey’s Redman Report is legendary and perhaps the greatest list of all-time is her Top 100 WWE Matches of 2013. Stacey introduces herself and her pro wrestling fan journey. Marty & Stacey give an overview of the WWE landscape between 2010-2014 while gushing over the high water mark of 2013. This episode is dedicated to Sheamus and his indomitable greatness. Both Stacey & Marty seemingly cant get enough Sheamus on their lists. They extol his virtues and heap loads of praise upon one of the greatest pro wrestler of all times. Stacey gives lots of love to TV wrestling and Marty picks out some hidden gems from 2010. It is an episode filled with excitement and exuberance. This episode epitomizes Pro Wrestling Love so click download, listen, enjoy and come back next week for another slab of Pro Wrestling Love.

 

On episode n-n-n-n-nineteen of The Special Relations join Calum McDougall, Rory McNamara and Ben Locke as they try to combine buffoonery with the odd serious comment. On this episode the boys each bring a topic to the table to discuss.  This includes the current storyline direction for Roman Reigns and The Usos, nationalism in wrestling and how that relates to one Cody Rhodes and talking about our favoUrite bad matches! In the second part we carry on our interview series by reviewing Legends with JBL with Jimmy Hart, an interview that was a lot better than you would think.  The boys (well 2 of them) then go back to 2004 and watch JBL's bloody war with Eddie Guerrero.

Come for some lively debate but stay for the pre Euro 2020 tournament smack talk, it's the Special Relations!"

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