WCW Monday Nitro (September 18, 1995)


Time for some more WCW Monday Nitro from 1995! Coming to you live 23 years ago in Johnson City, Tennessee. Our hosts for the evening are Eric Bischoff, Bobby “The Brain” Heenan, Steve “Mongo” McMichael, and Mongo’s dog, Pepe who is dressed in a little cowboy hat for reasons beyond my comprehension.

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AWA ESPN Championship Wrestling (March 4, 1986)


The redankulous AWA Team Challenge Series pilot filled me with such joy that I’ve decided to watch the other limited AWA offerings the WWE Network has available. This is a review of an episode of AWA ESPN Championship Wrestling that’s clearly only on the WWE Network because it’s got rookie of the year edition of Shawn Michaels debuting on it. So let’s check it out!

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WWE Saturday Morning Slam (April 20, 2013)

Saturday Morning Slam

Voice Over Guy welcomes us to a “heart-stopping” installment of Saturday Morning Slam. Somehow a show that promises to stop hearts is okay to show to small children but images of random blows to the head are no go.

Voice Over Guy continues by saying that Saturday Morning Slam GM, Mick Foley, is going to make a major announcement. Camera crews have apparently caught up with the GM, so let’s see what this major announcement is!

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AWA Team Challenge Series Pilot (October 23, 1989)


Some of my fondest wrestling memories are of watching late 80s AWA on ESPN with my dad (because the AWA was the preferred wrestling promotion of dads across America) so when the WWE Network added the unaired pilot for the AWA Team Challenge Series, I was all over that shit, and oh what shit it was!

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WWE Saturday Morning Slam (February 23, 2013)

Saturday Morning Slam

My quest to watch and review every single episode of WWE Saturday Morning Slam rolls on! Today I’m checking out the episode from February 23, 2013. As is always the case with Saturday Morning Slam, this episode begins with shots of the crowd as Voice Over Guy welcomes us and hyperbolically hypes up the matches will be getting this morning. WWE Diva Champion Kaitlyn will be taking on Natalya in the main event, but first one half of the Usos, Jey Uso, will be in action with the recently returned Jack Swagger.

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WWE Saturday Morning Slam (February 9, 2013)

Saturday Morning Slam

Good morning Saturday Morning Slammers, it’s time for another all action episode of everyone’s favorite circa 2013 Saturday morning wrestling program aimed at small children: Saturday Morning Slam. Voice Over Guy hypes up our opening contest which will pit the undisputed kings of Saturday Morning Slam, The Prime Time Players, against the ad hoc duo of Brodus Clay and Kofi Kingston.

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WCW Monday Nitro (September 11, 1995)


Sometimes you just want to watch a random 23 year old wrestling show with zero political implications attached to it which is why I watched the second ever episode of WCW Monday Nitro this weekend. Coming to us live from Miami, FL the hosts for the evening are Eric Bischoff, Steve “Mongo” McMichael, and Bobby Heenan.

We kick things off with one of the most important debuts in the history of WCW: the classic WCW Monday Nitro set. This is hands down the best non-PPV set in the history of this great sport. Come at me bro!

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WWE Mixed Match Challenge (September 25, 2018)

WWE Mixed Match Challenge Logo

Time for another installment of the only main roster show I watch regularly: MIXED MATCH CHALLENGE! This is the September 25, 2018 installment which I missed because I moved and was redoing the interior of my new place and was staying somewhere with shitty internet for about a month. BACKLOG BAYBAY!

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