52 episodes

At All the WrestleManias we have one goal: watch All the WrestleManias and talk about them for your entertainment! Each episode we’ll dive into a WrestleMania -- we’ll revisit the history and the spectacle, review each match, and talk about the best and worst moments. Visit our blog, https://allthewrestlemanias.wordpress.com/, for more All the WrestleManias content.

All the WrestleManias Richard F. Sigwald & Timothy Hackman

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At All the WrestleManias we have one goal: watch All the WrestleManias and talk about them for your entertainment! Each episode we’ll dive into a WrestleMania -- we’ll revisit the history and the spectacle, review each match, and talk about the best and worst moments. Visit our blog, https://allthewrestlemanias.wordpress.com/, for more All the WrestleManias content.

    WrestleMania 24

    WrestleMania 24

    We take the plunge into the beautiful world of High-Definition television! Tim has COVID and in true show fashion, caught it at an indie-wrestling show. We talk John Legend and Jesus Christ Superstar. We discuss Harry Potter a little bit, and how much of a hellhole Orlando can be. Also, we talk about WrestleMania 24. There's a discussion of Edge's ability to be main event potential. We say a farewell to Ric Flair for a minute. We fawn over Big Show and Floyd "Money" Mayweather. We are conflicted over Snoop Dogg's participation, and appreciate Kim Kardashian welcoming us to the Super Bowl. This episode is "like, really big." Thanks for listening! 

    • 1 hr 56 min
    AEW All Out 2022 Pre-Show

    AEW All Out 2022 Pre-Show

    BONUS EPISODE! Here we go, we decide to talk a little bit about current wrestling and give our best guesses as to what we think will happen this Sunday at AEW's All Out from Chicago! FIGHT FOREVER!!

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Rumble ’96 w/ Dr. Jess Krenek

    Rumble ’96 w/ Dr. Jess Krenek

    We have a special episode this week! Dr. Jessica Krenek joined us in studio to discuss her work in studying non-male wrestling fans and topics surrounding that, such as gatekeeping and inter-gender wrestling. Dr. Jess then sticks around to break down the action of the 1996 Royal Rumble. We probe deep into the contradictory messaging the WWF was presenting at the time, chuckle at the Billionaire Ted bits, and analyze the Freudian tensions between Goldust and Razor Ramon. Rich also dodges and parries all attempts at claiming that Doink was his favorite wrestler. Thanks for listening!

    • 1 hr 42 min
    Starrcade ’85: The Gathering

    Starrcade ’85: The Gathering

    Tim and Rich get into all the gory details of Starrcade '85! Rich and Tim appreciate the honesty in Abdullah's approach to violence. Rich compares JJ Dillon to classic American art and the auditory delights of a microphone pounding on Magnum TA's skull. Tim and Rich both revel in the production differences between this and the first WrestleMania. A true portrayal of the difference between wrestling and wrasslin'! Thanks for listening!

    • 1 hr 40 min
    Royal Rumble 1992

    Royal Rumble 1992

    By listener request, we get into possibly the greatest Royal Rumble of all time! We marvel again at the abilities and stamina of Ric Flair as he styles and profiles his way into the WWF Championship. We are blinded by Owen Hart's wrestling gear and grossed out at the scars across the foreheads of the Bushwhackers. Thanks for downloading!

    • 1 hr 28 min
    The First WrestleMania

    The First WrestleMania

    We decided it was time to get back to our roots. It was time to get into the first WrestleMania from 1985. We acknowledge the singing genius of Gene Okerlund, the terrified looks of Alfred Hayes, and compare this event to the shelling of Fort Sumter. We calculate the rate of inflation and gasp at Andre the Giant body slamming Big John Studd. We revel in the voices of Gorilla Monsoon and Jesse Ventura, and we discuss Gorilla's weird nicknames for people, plus so much more! Thanks for listening! 

    • 1 hr 41 min

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