WNS Podcast is the official podcast for WrestlingNewsSource.com, hosted by Danny Ray and Tyler Abear since 2010. Each weekly episode provides analysis on the world of professional wrestling from WWE, Raw, SmackDown, NXT, AEW, Impact, NJPW, and the independent scene. WNS Podcast is also interviews some of the biggest and best names in pro wrestling. Listen and subscribe today. Follow on Twitter.com/WNSource and Facebook.com/WNSPodcast.
A Cold Day in Hell
Episode 536 - A Cold Day in Hell - Who had CM Punk returning to WWE on their bingo cards Not us We discuss what this means for the business, for other wrestlers, and a whole lot more
AEW Full Gear 2023 Predictions
Episode 535 - Full Gear Predictions - Were back to give our predictions on AEW Full Gear and also dive in to the bidding war of 2024 Where will MJF land We discuss
Episode 534 - Sign Release - We discuss the recent WWE releases, where we see the talent landing and future plans for Jade Cargill We also discuss future potential AEW plans Check it out
Episode 533 - No Gold - A shorter episode this week as we discuss some of the top names in wrestling to have never won the WWE Championship Who did we miss What should we discuss next week Let us know
CM Punk Problem
Episode 532 - Following an extended break, were back and testing out a new podcast format We dedicate our entire show to CM Punk. Whos to blame for the problems in AEW We discuss
Episode 531 - Punk Problems - Collision is coming but is CM Punk We discuss the latest drama in AEW as well as some hot topics in WWE. Give it a listen and let us know what you think
Best wrestling podcast around
When I got back into WWE last year I searched high and low for a decent weekly wrestling podcast, and WNS has been the one I have stuck with since. The dynamic between Daniel, Tyler and Doug allows for a subjective and thorough analysis of each weekly show and pay-per-view; three honest guys who lack the moronic, inflated ego of other podcasts I had stumbled across.
From being a young, obsessive wrestling fan in the early 90s, to casual watcher in the early 2000s, I have, thanks to WNS, developed a greater understanding of kayfabe and other wrestling terminology, and have found myself to agree on many of the points put across on each show. The guests have also been really entertaining to listen to, including wrestlers who I had never heard of before listening.
If I had to give any criticism, I cannot say I am a fan of their 'Bound for Oelie' series (sorry), and the crew do occasionally go a little too far off topic... but these are very minor niggles that are easily solved by pressing stop or simply skipping. It may not be perfect, but every episode I have listened to since October 2011 has done anything but disappoint.
This is a fun and entertaining podcast. The hosts are knowledgeable and passionate wrestling fans and they provide smart analysis with humour. A refreshing change from the many negative/angry wrestling podcasts.
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