In the third episode of The Great Debate: Wrestling, host Andy Atherton is joined by Scott Criscuolo, Logan Crosland & James Gruenberg. The gang discusses and debates a variety of wrestling topics including: which of the recent WWE releases will find the most success elsewhere; if Hell In The Cell had existed earlier, some matches and feuds that could’ve utilized it; wrestlers that would’ve found more success had the been paired with a manager; who has the best off the top rope splash and which is their favorite variations & each of them build both face and heel factions made of current-day wrestlers. And as always, the show closes with a fun rapid fire round that runs the gamut of wrestling topics!

In the second episode of The Great Debate: Wrestling, host Andy Atherton is joined by Chad Campbell, Jordan Duncan & Steve Willie. The gang discusses and debates a variety of wrestling topics including: wrestlers who the WWE have missed the boat on; which wrestlers should be on AEW’s wish list; who has the best power slam and their favorite variations of the move; their favorite older wrestling video games that should be updated and/or re-released & each of them build a Hall Of Fame class made up of wrestlers that aren’t in yet. And as always, the show closes with a fun rapid fire round that runs the gamut of wrestling topics.

In the inaugural episode of The Great Debate: Wrestling, host Andy Atherton is joined by Tim Capel, Matt Souza & J. Arsenio D'Amato. The gang discusses and debates a variety of wrestling topics including: cities that have never hosted a WrestleMania but should; who should the annual women’s battle royal at WrestleMania be named after; where the Undisputed Era could end up when they get moved to the main roster and if another faction will rise up to replace them in NXT; who has the best drop kick in wrestling and which is their favorite variations of the move; how would you fix some of the WWE wrestlers that have no direction at the moment; and whether or some names outside of WWE could join (or re-join in some case) the company. And as always, the show closes with a fun rapid fire round that runs the gamut of wrestling topics.

Load more