That 90’s Wrestling Podcast host, James, drew the short straw as we discussed the pinnacle of the very worst wrestling matches to be on a PPV.
Episode 186 of Turnbuckle Talk takes tribute to the Road Warriors, tag team wrestling, and more!
Tolley’s 5Nerds teammate, Declan Kenny visits Badlands to discuss the Mount Rushmore of Career Gimmicks, w/some of the most tenuous links in Badlands history.
Bradley Jay brings you a special NXT Minus 6, where he takes a look at wrestlers horribly misremembered by today's fans, including two that impact NXT!
ON YOUTUBE: Miranda and Greg discuss AEW's Deadly Draw women's tag team tournament, and make suggestions for a potential WWE SummerSlam location!
Miranda and Greg discuss AEW's Deadly Draw women's tag team tournament, and make suggestions for a potential WWE SummerSlam location!
Mishal takes a look at a favorite topic of many: Wrestling's Top 5 Greatest Talkers! Who made the list...and who was snubbed?
Eric's look back at WWF SummerSlam 1989, featuring The Ultimate Warrior, Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage and ZEUS! Focus on that tremendous undercard...
Steve Cook continues the stroll down memory lane with a look at the year that could have been: 2001.
Yeee-Haaawww! Callum “Hooch McGraw” MacInnes from Ringsiders pops in to debate the Mount Rushmore of wrestlers using face and body paint.
Tiffany takes a look back at the face and heel turns that simply did not work. Did yours make the list?
These are the top moments of 2000 that are special to Steve Cook. What are some of your fond, or, haunting, memories of 2000 pro wrestling?
Turning heel doesn't always work. Tiffany takes a look at some times it did, and other times where it hasn't.
Steve Cook bounces back in time once again, looking to 1999 for this Top 5 Moments Of The Year!
Wrestling Twitter’s resident Mom, DG, makes her podcasting debut with Mags as they discuss the Mount Rush of Wrestling’s Ridiculous Storylines.
Scott Robertson, host of the Wrestling Through Life podcast talks with Mags about the Mount Rushmore of National Pride.