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.
On the newest Saturday Special, Scott & The Doctor recap the debut episode of PowerrSurge (dissension in Strictly Business?) They then discuss the purchase of Fite TV by Triller and it's effect on the NWA, followed by speculation of where the newly released WWE talent will go, in particular Samoa Joe. So sit back and enjoy the newest episode of the Saturday Special!
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On the newest episode of the Main Event Scott, Nate & Steve recap WWE's biggest week of the year as they talk NXT, WWE and where Wrestlemania 37 rates in the list of GOAT. Then they flip the coin and discuss the WWE releases and where the free agents could wind up in 90 days.
So sit back and enjoy the newest episode of the Main Event!
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In the premiere episode of Making Mt. Rushmore: Wrestling, panelists Logan Crosland, Ben Locke & Steve Riddle join moderator Andy Atherton to discuss which WrestleMania matches deserve a place as on their respective lists. Is Bret Hart vs. Steve Austin from WM13 a no-brainer? What about The Ultimate Warrior vs. Randy Savage from WM7? Will Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels from WM25 grab a spot? Does Randy Savage vs. Rickey Steamboat from WM3 or Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart from WM10 deserve a place? After that, they discuss which Raw After Mania Moments will be part of that grouping. Can you argue that the Brock Lesner’s Return in 2012 shouldn’t get a spot? Will Dolph Ziggler’s Money In The Bank cash-in be included? Is X-Pac’s Return in the conversation? What about Ric Flair’s retirement & Goldberg’s debut?
We are presenting the second of two wrestling themed episodes of It Was a Thing on TV right here on the Place to be Wrestling Network.
This time Greg, Chico and Mike looked at WrestleMania 2 which was what the world was coming to and it didn't go so well.
In 1986, the World Wrestling Federation held the sequel to the first WrestleMania and tried to top that event's success holding it in three different venues and jamming it with celebrities all over the place. Join us as we talk about the color commentary of Susan St. James (UH-OH!) and the expert boxing judging of G. Gordon Liddy.
Remember to listen to It Was a Thing on TV each and every Wednesday over at the Place to be Nation POP Experience.
Nate Milton & The Chain Gang are back to discuss the biggest WWE show of 2021, WrestleMania 37 emanating from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida!
Brent Chittenden (“True North Nerds”), Scott Criscuolo (“Place To Be Nation”), & "The Professor" Kris Ealy (The Nubian Wrestling Advocates) join Nate to debate a variety of topics including:
The Match Of The Night, How The Return Of A Crowd Affected The Show, The Pros/Cons of a 2-Night WrestleMania, WWE PPVs in the "Peacock Era" - And of course...Bad Bunny!
All that & more on an action-packed episode of "The Hippest Trip In Pro-Wrestling Podcasts", The Chain Reaction!
In this episode of extreme RESURRECTION James and Mike discuss the debute of Cm punk for wwe, Batista and big show having the worst main event in the year 2006 and the returns of kurt angle and rob van dam all that and much more!
Happy WrestleMania Sunday! What’s the only thing bigger than two nights of WrestleMania? Pro Wrestling Love finishing its countdown of Top 25 Best Pro Wrestling Matches to take place in Japan between 2000-2009 on the Place To Be Nation, of course! Marty Sleeze aka Superstar Sleeze on PWO & Twitter is once again joined by Mike aka DaWho5 on PWO to complete their lists. Things kick off with an epic All Japan vs New Japan tag match that would have thought to have been unthinkable in the 90s. Mike delivers the goods with great in-depth analysis on Misawa vs Takayama. Marty Sleeze gives some love to originator of Pro Wrestling Love, Keiji Mutoh and the Mutoh Renaissance. BattlArts and FUTEN shine bright in the Top 5. Another three Kobashi matches are discussed, but does he have enough in the tank to get to #1? Or is he a bridesmaid? Marty and Mike agree on the Best Match to take place in Japan between 2000-2009 making it the Undisputed Greatest Match from Japan in 2000-2009 timeframe. You got to click the link, download and find out what it is. Agree? Disagree? What was too high? Too Low? What was missed altogether? Let us know and keep on spreading the Pro Wrestling Love!