For the first of our episodes with the guys at It’s Our House Podcast, we speak with Chris Deez about the best one-time champions on Badlands!
In a slight tweak to the format, Mags brings in Dan Griffin to create the Mount Rushmores of female wrestlers--Past, Present and Future!
After a year of COVID, Mags and Tollster dragged Craig from ProWrestlingMusings.com to discuss the Mount Rushmore of Rookie Years.
Andy, one half of the hilarious Bang Bang Podcast drops by Badlands to debate the Mount Rushmore of Thrown Together Tag Teams.
It is a deep shame that Metal Michael from Call Up Wrestling has never been on Badlands. Well, shame begone! We discuss the best of Royal...
King of showcasing young, hungry talent from all over the world, Kurt Johansson returns to talk all about transitional champions.
Johners returns to Badlands and dives deep into year long championship reigns and the best of 2020.
Mr. Warren Hayes makes his Badlands debut, discussing the Mount Rushmore of multi-gimmick wrestlers and more!
Omega Luke joins the show to discuss his wrestling career, and discusses a couple of Mount Rushmores!
Simon Powell drops by to talk about the Invasion, and put a positive spin on it by discussing the Stars of the Invasion.
Badlands digs into the weirdest (and best) wrestling merch! Be thankful, it's dangerous to go at this one alone!
Badlands continues the celebration of power, highlighting more of the early vetoes including one famous Vince McMahon host meltdown.
It's a celebration in abuse of power as Badlands reviews the early veto picks that bring excitement to each Mount Rushmore discussion!
Conrad Newton joins Badlands to put together the Mount Rushmore of current New Japan talent to never hold the IWGP Heavyweight Championship!
Badlands welcomes JPQ to the broadcast to discuss the Mount Rushmore of Heel Turns!
Patrick O'Dowd joins in with the Badlands crew to discuss the Mount Rushmore of the NWO (but not Hogan, Hall, or Nash). Who made the list?