Rory McNamara is back to root around the attic for the very best (and worst!) the Home Video Classics section of the WWE Network has to offer.

Today it's another seasonal Special Relations Reunion as Ben Locke and Calum McDougall accompany him for a livewatch here of 'The British Bulldogs' (long-time listeners might be noticing a pattern developing here)!
 
During the action we discuss where the Bulldogs rank as a Team (with Ben whipping up a list right there and then!), shudder at how much Dynamite looks like a certain one of his student...and of course fill the time with plenty of kebab and football chat. Blame the Moondogs for the latter!
 
So dust off your VCR, pop in the tape, reset the timer to 0000 and enjoy!

Due to scheduling problems, this month's planned edition of Seen Your Video will be recorded at a later date. For now though here is another chance to hear the show - originally recorded last year - about one of THE most popular Coliseum Video tapes, Smack 'Em Whack 'Em! Also this should prevent Rory getting any more requests to cover it! So join Ben Locke and I as we look at two genuinely great matches, a fascinating Undertaker/Razor Ramon battle...oh, and the Bushwhackers do up the house!

Normal service will be resumed soon with a very special Christmas show! Thanks for all your support and reviews of this project, and I will back fresh with you all in December!

Rory McNamara is back to root around the attic for the very best (and worst!) the Home Video Classics section of the WWE Network has to offer. Today he welcomes Daniel D'Wit back to the storage facility before they head Inside The Steel Cage!

They discuss Andre The Giant's finisher(?), the first THE moment in WWF history, go back to 1970 for one paticular contest and come to the conclusion that this Bruno bloke was pretty decent really..!

So dust off your VCR, pop in the tape, reset the timer to 0000 and enjoy! 

Rory McNamara is back to root around the attic for the very best (and worst!) the Home Video Classics section of the WWE Network has to offer. Today he welcomes a brand new guest in the form of erstwhile WrestleTalk TV alum and current Random Wrestling Review Podcast host Ben Spindler to blow the cobwebs off Paul Bearer's Hits From The Crypt

They discuss another excellent Shawn Michaels - Razor Ramon match, bemoan a 15-minute Lex Luger - Jeff Jarrett contest, share some differing opinions on a Randy Savage commentary quip and attempt to answer The Ultimate Question: Just what IS the name of Earthquake's finisher?

 

So dust off your VCR, pop in the tape, reset the timer to 0000 and enjoy!

Rory McNamara is back to root around the attic for the very best (and worst!) the Home Video Classics section of the WWE Network has to offer. Today he welcomes back The Emperor Of Extreme from the Wrestling 20 Years Ago Podcast Mr. Chris Lacey for WWF World Tour '91

They discuss how well the compilers stick to the World Tour aspect (Spoiler: Not Very), thank their lucky stars they are not covering that year's UK Rampage show in full, view a GOOD Shawn Michaels - Mr. Perfect match and wonder aloud just who IS that bloke calling himself Kendo Nagasaki?

So dust off your VCR, pop in the tape, reset the timer to 0000 and enjoy!

Rory McNamara is back to root around the attic for the very best (and worst!) the Home Video Classics section of the WWE Network has to offer. Today he welcomes back The Ideas Man of the Special Relations podcast to review 'Shawn Michaels: Hits From The Heartbreak Kid'!

They discuss how long it took for Shawn to become SHAWN in the ring, one of the best matches in company history, one of the most disappointing, a poor match from people you would not expect a poor match from..and oh yeah...1993 Bob Backlund too.

Contains Oasis Chat. Obviously!

So dust off your VCR, pop in the tape, reset the timer to 0000 and enjoy!

Rory McNamara is back to root around the attic for the very best (and worst!) the Home Video Classics section of the WWE Network has to offer.

Today he welcomes back his fellow Special Relation Mr Calum McDougall to look at the beginnings of The Undertaker's Purple Gloves period. No, come back!!
 
They discuss obscure Switzerland players, Bragging Rights 2009, why everybody seems to hate poor old Chronological Order....and oh yeah, some utterly terrible wrestling matches too!

Rory McNamara is back to root around the attic for the very best (and worst!) the Home Video Classics section of the WWE Network has to offer. Today he welcomes The Trivia Brainbox Mr Mike Poulin to the show  to appraise the Hart Foundation VHS from 1987!

They discuss Gene and Bobby's tennis skills, The Bezerker's party etiquette, both versions of 'Sexy Boy', Rory's terrible knowledge of US geography and even a few wrestling matches along the way! 
 
So dust off your VCR, pop in the tape, reset the timer to 0000 and enjoy!

Rory McNamara is back to root around the attic for the very best (and worst!) the Home Video Classics section of the WWE Network has to offer. Today he welcomes The Man Of A Thousand Takes Mr. Shawn Kidd to the show  to appraise the Hart Foundation VHS from 1987!

They discuss Bret and Anvil's strengths as a team, a buried treasure hidden gem solid gold of a match between Hitman and Steamboat from 1986, the importance or otherwise of Danny Davis to the unit, Mean Gene's "penetrating" look at the Foundation HQ and of course mentions of both  Wrestlemanias 3 and 17..!
 
So dust off your VCR, pop in the tape, reset the timer to 0000 and enjoy!
 
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Rory McNamara is back to root around the attic for the very best (and worst!) the Home Video Classics section of the WWE Network has to offer. Today he welcomes back his fellow Wrestling 20 Years Ago Podcast historian(?) Chris Lacey to once again discuss Parts Unknown's finest export, The Ultimate Warrior! They discuss his return to the fray at Wrestlemania VIII, his crowning achievement at Wrestlemania VI and best of all some Superstars squash matches

So dust off your VCR, pop in the tape, reset the timer to 0000 and enjoy!

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