Breaking down pro wrestling with thoughtful analysis of WWE, NXT, AEW, NJPW and beyond. Plus, instant analysis of pay-per-views and the latest news. Host Adam Silverstein and his co-hosts pull back the curtain, addressing the hottest topics and most controversial developments while putting the highs and lows of sports entertainment in context.
NXT builds strong TakeOver card, AEW rolls with another stellar show
NXT continued its build to what's shaping up as a strong TakeOver: 36 card, while AEW delivered yet again with the special Fight for the Fallen edition of Dynamite. Host Adam Silverstein -- live on vacation this week -- breaks down both shows, including the simple but extremely effective build to Karrion Kross vs. Samoa Joe and how AEW expertly subverted expectations in The Elite vs. Dark Order match featuring Kenny Omega and "Hangman" Adam Page.
WWE: Roman Reigns, John Cena kick off feud; Raw hits new creative low
The build to SummerSlam is officially off and running with WWE heading in vastly different directions across SmackDown and Raw. Host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini dive into the early success of building Roman Reigns vs. John Cena, the abject failure of booking Nikki A.S.H., Championship Contender Matches, Riddle's latest standout effort and everything else from the week in WWE.
Daniel Bryan and CM Punk to AEW? Build begins for NXT TakeOver: 36
The professional wrestling world may be turned upside downs sooner than later if reports of Daniel Bryan and CM Punk leaning toward signing with AEW are true. Host Adam Silverstein opens the show with a special The Main Event segment looking at the Bryan and Punk reports and the potential fallout from their signings on WWE and AEW along with everything that happened this week on NXT and AEW Dynamite: Fyter Fest Night 2.
WWE: Big E stops by; John Cena, Goldberg, Keith Lee, Finn Balor, Karrion Kross, Nikki A.S.H.
Fresh off becoming the brand new Mr. Money in the Bank, Big E joins the show to discuss his monumental victory, WWE dividing up New Day being a blessing in disguise, his top five Big Meaty Men Slappin' Meat list and his favorite Seinfeld episode. Host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini also break down returns/debuts of John Cena, Goldberg, Finn Balor, Keith Lee and Karrion Kross, plus a surprise with Nikki A.S.H. in this post-WWE Money in the Bank episode.
WWE Money in the Bank 2021 instant analysis, results, grades, huge return
Just minutes after WWE Money in the Bank 2021 went off the air, host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini convene to break down the results of the first sold-out WWE pay-per-view in nearly 18 months instant analysis-style with a special episode that includes detailed thoughts and grades for every bout. With two exciting Money in the Bank ladder matches, a pair of title changes, a massive return and some interesting booking decisions, "The Silver King" and "Vintage" have plenty to discuss on this show.
Kofi Kingston joins the WWE Money in the Bank 2021 go-home show
Host Adam Silverstein welcomes former WWE champion Kofi Kingston to discuss headlining Money in the Bank, the New Day split, MVP and Shad Gaspard's reaction to his title win and much more. The first WWE event in front of a sold-out crowd in over a year went down Friday, so Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini break down what happened on SmackDown and provide some last-chance picks for the PPV.
Love that they go into detail. I don’t need to watch the snooze show that Raw has become because the silver king sums it up well. Great pod keep it up.
Solid pod, the boys go above and beyond providing content all without ever giving spoilers which is very refreshing.
Critique would be that sometimes they can linger on personal opinions on polarizing topics outside of wrestling that not everyone will agree with.
Great show as usual. Silverking goes above and beyond and gets you all the up to date information that you need with multiple pods per week as well as instant analysis and emergency pods when needed