Jason Agnew & Dan Lovranski welcome the One Man Gang and Dave Meltzer from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter to the show; chat about the Survivor Series angle on Raw and matches announced for the show; your phone calls, Title Bout Trivia and Q&A segment.
John Pollock goes through the UFC & Bellator cards from last weekend (0:32); FN’s Cody Saftic chats winners & losers of the week & Sao Paulo card (8:33); Classic Fight of the Week: Phil Baroni vs. Kala Hose (43:21); “Mr. Wonderful” Phil Davis joins the show (58:32); Ilima-Lei Macfarlane chats upcoming title fight (1:08:35).
Jason Agnew & Braden Herrington chat World Series Baseball, Halloween, this week’s NXT TV- including Strong vs Almas, a women’s battle royal… Plus! They take your feedback, and m
John Pollock chats with Anthony Kingdom James about the current state of the Ontario Wrestling scene, his work with Smash Wrestling, the competition among promotions in the area, his influences for promos, his new graphic novel “Heroes of Homeroom C” and this Sunday’s Smash card in Toronto.
John Pollock & Wai Ting review Smackdown Live from Milwaukee, WI featuring the fallout from Raw’s #UnderSiege angle, Shane McMahon goes face to face with Sami Zayn for the first time since Hell In A Cell, Randy Orton and Zayn face off for a spot on the SD Survivor Series team, Becky Lynch becomes captain, Fashion Files takes on Reservoir Dogs, and more from the Bludgeon Brothers.
John Pollock speaks with Jimmy Jacobs in his first interview since leaving the WWE. Jacobs discusses joining the WWE in 2015 in a creative role, working with talent, whether he was accepted at first, the photo with The Bullet Club & his release, as well as his appearance for Lucha T.O. this Sunday in Toronto.
John Pollock & Wai Ting review the post-TLC edition of Raw, Smackdown’s invasion at the end of the show, the matches announced for the Survivor Series, the execution of the final segment, Kane pins Finn Balor, Paul Heyman runs down Jinder Mahal and tons more on a packed show. Plus, thoughts on TLC, Impact ends their relationship with Jeff Jarrett and Wai’s trip to L.A.
Jason Agnew & Dan Lovranski will review the WWE TLC event with Kurt Angle’s return and A.J. Styles vs. Finn Balor; John Pollock speaks with Jimmy Jacobs in his first interview since his WWE release; Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter & your calls.
John Pollock & Wai Ting are joined by Keep It 2000’s Nate Milton to chat the history of the War Games match and go through four previous War Games. The three will start from the beginning in 1987 on the Great American Bash tour, then to Wrestle War in 1991 and cap it off with a horrendous version in 1998.
John Pollock welcomes Fight Network’s Cody Saftic to chat all the week’s news (0:36) and review Ultimate Fighter; Classic Fight of the Week: on Frank Shamrock vs. Phil Baroni (44:21); a June 2007 interview Pollock conducted with Frank Shamrock (1:15:08); and Pollock welcomes Gegard Mousasi to chat Bellator 185 & signing with Bellator (1:27:00).
Jason Agnew & Braden Herrington are back to chat Halloween costumes, Gord Downie, this week’s episode of NXT- including Undisputed vs Sanity, a Women’s title qualifying match, Plus they take your feedback… and more!
John Pollock & Wai Ting are back to chat SmackDown Live in Seattle, Sami Zayn positioned against Daniel Bryan, Jinder Mahal’s challenge to Brock Lesnar, several programs set up on this show and Ziggler-Roode II.
Oli Court serves as your host this week and is joined by Strigga from the MLW Radio Network to review wXw’s Tag League 2017 weekend with five shows over the course of three-days.
John Pollock & Wai Ting chat about Raw from Portland, Kane’s return as the fifth man for the TLC match, a strong tag title match, THE SHIELD VESTS, Kalisto forgets he is Cruiserweight champion and the final push for TLC this Sunday.
Jason Agnew & Dan Lovranski review all of the week’s news and take your phone calls, The LAW’s Braden Herrington speaks with Kenny Omega & Cody & The Young Bucks & Marty Scurll in a rare group interview; Dave Meltzer stops by and lots more.
Comedian Patrick Monahan boards the Satellite of Hate with Brian Mann & Nate Milton to break down the May 29th 2000 episode of Nitro. SWERVE – this one wasn’t completely terrible!
Dan Lovranski speaks with Pat Laprade about the English release of “Mad Dog: The Maurice Vachon Story”, researching Vachon, his own interactions with Vachon over the years, Laprade’s new role as the French voice of Raw in Quebec and lots more in this entertaining chat.
It is the 20th Anniversary of PRIDE 1 this week and to mark the occassion – John Pollock & Cody Saftic review PRIDE 1 and then Stephen Quadros joins the show to share his memories and notes from the inaugural PRIDE event.
Jason Agnew and a slightly under the weather Bartender Dave discuss this week’s edition of NXT as well as Jason’s painting puns and Dave’s first look at The Bludgeon Brothers vignette.
John Pollock & Wai Ting review Smackdown from Grand Rapids, Sami Zayn’s explanation promo, Kevin Owens sent back to Earth by St. Peter, time stands still for Bobby Roode and Dolph Ziggler, 205 notes, Neville disappears and your feedback & questions.
John Pollock & Wai Ting review Raw from Indianapolis, the 3-on-4 TLC match announced, Sister Abigail debuts in an all-time awful segment, The Shield officially reunites, Enzo drops the title, a review of NJPW’s King of Pro Wrestling & your feedback.
Jason Agnew & John Pollock review the WWE Hell in a Cell show with Kevin Owens vs. Shane McMahon, your phone calls with reaction to the show; Dave Meltzer discusses the career of Lance Russell, the WWE & Susan G. Komen relationship and lots more.
In a special bonus show, Martin Bushby of British Audio Wrestling speaks with Luke Menzies on his transition from Rugby, signing with the WWE, his time at the WWE Performance Center and training under Marty Jones.
John Pollock & Jimmy Korderas preview this Sunday’s WWE Hell in a Cell show from Detroit with Kevin Owens vs. Shane McMahon headlining the show. Plus, Jinder Mahal vs. Shinsuke Nakamura for the WWE title and the New Day vs. The Usos for the tag titles.
John Pollock & Wai Ting sit down and chat WCW’s Clash of the Champions XXVI card from Jan. 1994 with the debut of Bobby Heenan, Nick Bockwinkel introduced as WCW commissioner, a “Chicken Suit Match”, Steve Austin role playing as Col. Rob Parker and Ric Flair’s Christmas Sweater.
John Pollock presents a packed show with Tony Ferguson and Kevin Lee joining the show to chat their UFC 216 main event; Darrion Caldwell stops by to discuss his title fight with Eduardo Dantas at Bellator 184 and Cody Saftic previews both cards and Classic Fight of the Week with Don Frye vs. Ken Shamrock from PRIDE 19.
Jason Agnew & Braden Herrington chat this week’s NXT including Drew McIntyre vs Roderick Strong for the NXT championship, The NXT debut of Lio Rush, they also discuss the upcoming NXT WAR GAMES announcement, your feedback.. and more!
John Pollock speaks with David Lagana about the changes & plans for the NWA, working with Billy Corgan, his decision to leave Impact Wrestling last year, the behind-the-scenes issues in 2016, Corgan’s recent pitch to Anthem, streaming services, finding & building an audience and lots more covered.
John Pollock & Wai Ting review Tuesday’s SmackDown from Denver, CO featuring the final build towards Sunday’s Hell In A Cell. Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon’s Face-To-Face gets physical, The Uso’s and New Day exchange final words, and another Susan G. Komen-Warrior segment.
Martin Bushby, Oli Court & Benno return to chat about Fight Club Pro’s Project Mayhem VI, the rebranding of WCPW into Defiant Wrestling and Stu Bennett / Wade Barrett becoming GM, Johnny Moss’ retirement and move to NXT as a coach, Rev Pro’s Global Wars & more.
Dan “The Mouth” Lovranski spoke with the legendary voice of Memphis Wrestling Lance Russell in July 2013 about the passing of iconic performer Jackie Fargo, his popularity within the territory, comparisons to Elvis, mentoring Jerry Lawler to succeed him as the King of Memphis, his short time with WCW and lots more.
John Pollock & Wai Ting review Raw from Denver, The Shield tease to end the show, the performance of Enzo in the Cruiserweight segment, incorporating Ultimate Warrior into the Susan G. Komen work, why 38 is “old” in the WWE, Cesaro & Sheamus replace Dallas & Axel and more.