Jamie Lithgow, Craig Wilson and John Carbery
It is fair to say that over the course of just a couple of years the number of wrestling related podcasts has gone through the roof. It seems like every ex-wrestling personalty or opinionated fan has one. In today’s Top Five, the team look at some of their favourites.
Welcome to the latest edition of ‘Raw Rewind‘ from 1993. Today we cover the episode from 31 May. Marty Jannetty defends his IC title against Bam Bam Bigelow and the Steiners are in action. Continue reading
Nick ‘Eugene’ Dinsmore debuted in the WWE in 2004. He portrayed a lovable, innocent character that was supposedly a wrestling savant inside the ring. Eugene never really became a huge star during his run with the company….but was a mid card mainstay. Some within WWE creative wanted to add another wrinkle into the Eugene character. According to Dinsmore, WWE creative proposed a heel turn for Eugene a couple of times. Continue reading
This is the 170th installment of the ‘Wrestling with Sin‘ series. A group of stories that delves into the darker, underbelly of pro wrestling. Many of the stories involve such subjects as sex, drugs, greed and in some cases even murder! As with every single story in the Sin series, I do not condone or condemn the alleged participants. We simply retell their stories by researching interviews, newspapers, magazines and various other sources of media. Continue reading
Brian Damage, Craig Wilson, Jamie Lithgow, Lowlife Louie and Amerigo Diehl
Hot on the heels of the WWE signing a multi-million dollar deal with FOX, in today’s Sunday Sermon, with news of Vince McMahon’s estimated fortune, we ask how important it really is for the company to listen to the views of the fans that make up its universe.
It’s Saturday so time for the latest installment of ’This Week in Wrestling’, the 21st of 2018. Today, Brian looks at the history Cody Rhodes has made and could still make this year and shares all the best viral content he’s stumbled upon this week. Continue reading
Craig Wilson, Brian Damage, Jamie Lithgow and Benjamin Trecroci
The WWE roster is filled with “superstars” at every level. There are the main roster guys who regularly appear on Raw and SmackDown, those who are used as glorified jobbers and those who are barely used at all. In this series of pieces, we will take an individual wrestler barely used and decide if they are worth keeping or should they be let go. Today we decide if we Book or Cook Big Cass. Continue reading