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”
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-3txap-121c8c5 All the WrestleManias goes Hollywood! Rich & Tim get into WrestleMania 21, from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA, April 3, 2005. We’ve got double main events, but Kurt Angle comes out of nowhere to steal the show, for the third WrestleMania in a row! We’re starting to really like this guy. Plus,Continue reading “WrestleMania 21”
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-8mhjk-11ef70a We’re back with a full review for WrestleMania XX, live from Madison Square Garden, March 14, 2004! We’ve got 3 amazing matches and… some other stuff. Tim gets oiled up, Rich tells a “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka story, and both of us flip our cowboy hats over the return of the “Deadman” version of TheContinue reading “WrestleMania XX”
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”
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-3zc8d-11c0b65 We break down WrestleMania XIX from Seattle’s SafeCo Field, 2003. Nu Metal still sucks, Hogan and Vince get down and dirty, Rock and Austin face off yet again, and Kurt Angle and Brock Lesnar steal the show. Plus, one of these stars “Had a baby brother, who was perfect in every way!” Check itContinue reading “WrestleMania XIX”
We break down WrestleMania X8 from the Toronto Skydome, March 17, 2002. It’s Icon vs. Icon with The Rock vs Hulk Hogan, our favorite Undertaker WrestleMania match to date, and the first WrestleMania for the NWO. Plus, Rich reminisces about a star he knew before their fame, and we suffer through nu metal “musical” performances so you don’t have to! Check it out and send us your comments and questions.
Some of the all-time greatest wrestlers used some of the all-time greatest music ever written to help portray their in-ring personas and get over with the crowd. Take a listen as Rich takes you on a short journey exploring some of biggest names in the game and their connection to classical music.
It’s our first ever PODCAST edition of All the WrestleManias. Listen along as we talk about the famous Stone Cold vs. The Rock main event, but there’s a surprising show stealer in this one!