https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-874vn-123f455 Rich & Tim go “Big Time” and talk WrestleMania 22, live from Chicago, April 2, 2006! Mick Foley and Edge get philosophical and study Friedrich Nietzsche together, and we call in a Silver Alert on Ric Flair’s behalf, impersonate Vince McMahon’s conversations with God, and take WWE to task for ripping off Single WhiteContinue reading “WrestleMania 22”
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Teaser – Profiles in Bad-Assery: Demolition
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-7xvkf-12339e3 We are excited about this one. After meeting Demolition, we couldn’t wait to do a whole episode on them. Here’s a taste of what’s to come this Friday!
King of the Ring 1994
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-2vq8h-1212203 This week, it gets personal… We deep dive the King of the Ring 1994 from the Baltimore Arena, where an innocent, darling 13 year old child named Rich experiences his first live WWF show, and boy did he pick a great one to see! Hear about the circumstances leading to his attendance, including aContinue reading “King of the Ring 1994”
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-3bawc-1207658 Rich & Tim get into WrestleMania VII, live from the LA Memorial Sports Arena, March 24, 1991. Macho Man and Ultimate Warrior wrestle, but Queen Sherri and Miss Elizabeth steal the show. And the main event is #patrioticAF. Plus, we’ve got the single greatest promo line in the history of pro wrestling. (We won’tContinue reading “WrestleMania VII”
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-4amjg-11cb16b We’re back with a listener-requested look at WrestleMania VIII from the Hoosier Dome, Indianapolis, IN, way back in 1992. The main event’s a stinker, but we’ve got two (two!) matches for the ages, Undertaker auditions for a part in Unforgiven, and we fanboy hard over Tito Santana. (Tito, call us!) Send us your commentsContinue reading “WrestleMania VIII”
Can Shawn Michaels resist his twin impulses to 1) over-sell every move and 2) be a giant a-hole? (Spoiler alert: no and no.) Plus, Stone Cold! Stone Cold! Stone Cold!
We think we’ve found it: a WrestleMania worse than WrestleMania 2.
One decade of WrestleManias concludes and a new one begins. Two championship matches! A ladder match for the Intercontinental Championship. Shawn Michaels’ ass! And No. Hulk. Hogan!
Our bloodiest WrestleMania yet! Plus Ric Flair finally makes his WM debut. And we’re beginning to suspect that Hulk Hogan might be a jerk.
WrestleMania hits the West Coast with a hefty dose of nationalism. But there’s romance too, plus Rich flips over the first WM appearance of the Undertaker!