Arguably the greatest match to ever take place on a Pre-Show, Dustin revisits the instant classic between Hornswoggle and El Torito.Continue reading
On Tuesday night’s episode of WWE Backstage, the wrestling world was stunned to see former WWE Champion CM Punk make an appearance. Dustin takes a look at the deal that brought Punk back into the WWE Universe.Continue reading
After years away, it’s the triumphant return of Saturday Afternoon Wrestling. Dustin celebrates this occasion by watching one of the worst matches of recent memory, Goldberg vs. The Undertaker at WWE’s Super Showdown in Saudi Arabia from earlier this year.Continue reading
Dustin writes down a few quick notes and reactions to a recent announcement made regarding WWE’s upcoming controversial pay-per-view event, Crown Jewel.Continue reading
This past Friday we finally got the debut episode of WWE Smackdown on Fox. All eyes were on WWE and how they would translate to a major broadcast network. For many long-time WWE fans, the company’s decision to dethrone WWE Champion Kofi Kingston (and more so the manner in which it happened) shows that the company still has a long way to go.
The guys discuss the Fast Lane to Wrestlemaina that is, Fast Lane. They also discuss the finer points of a possible Stone Cold return, Brock staying after Mania and where the WWE is headed as a company (Story-wise).
Tyler and Cameron discuss NXT’s Takeover: Rivals and why matches like Owens vs. Zayn, Balor vs. Neville and even Itami vs. Breeze usurp anything the WWE main product is putting out. They also discuss the NBA All Star celebrity game because they were watching that while they podcast. It get’s real guys. Fast Lane and how it’s going to be a major disappointment is also discussed.