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Highway to the Impact Zone #19
Place To Be Nation… Welcome back and join us once again on the Highway to the Impact Zone. Join host Logan Crosland and his student Jake Williams, as they are joined by TNA experts Shawn Kidd, Matt Souza and our special guest Calum McDougall. In this episode they take a look at TNA’s first monthly PPV Victory Road. They discuss topics such as: Calum’s TNA experiences, Jarrett’s Disco Outfit, 20 Man X Division Gauntlet, THE Most Random 8 Man Ever, Awful Minis Match, Scott Hall’s Old Man Track Suit, 3LK’s Title Win, Terrible In the Pit with Piper Segment, Deplorable Women’s Match, Night Vision Promos, Awesome Monster’s Ball Match, Unfortunately Short X Division Title Match, Last Team Standing Match Mired with Injury and Stupid Stips, A New DOA, Maybe the Worst Ladder Match of all Time, and much much more!
Listen and join us on this wild ride through Total Nonstop Action.
Jacob & Tyler's GWCW Reveal: #90-81
Jacob Williams and Tyler Kelley are back to talk about part two of their GWCW list. In this episode, they reveal their #90- 81 matches and discuss the greatness of the Dangerous Alliance, appreciation for Larry Zybyzsko, War Games matches, 1980s JCP goodness and much more.
With This Ring #17: Top GWCW Matches
In this edition of With This Ring, Ryan and Cindy wrap up Ryan’s GWCW list, looking at the remaining matches that made his top 20 list. They talk about how a match can be too long, the Ric Flair/Ricky Steamboat feud of 1989, the poison mist glands that most Japanese wrestlers use and how logical it would be for Muta and Terry Funk to be connected, then the duo delve into War Games and look at the safeness of a structure that has a roof about 2 feet above the competitors. Also War Games means blood, so lots of blood in this match, with Barry Windham leading the way and Sid hitting the worst looking powerbomb ever on Brian Pillman. They talk about a hoss battle tag team match between the Steiners and Luger and Sting and finally, a look at War Games 92, Sting’s Squadron against the Dangerous Alliance. After looking at these five matches, Ryan and Cindy also check out Ryan’s top 20 matches and finally Ryan’s top 10 overall. Enjoy!
RICKY STEAMBOAT VS. RIC FLAIR (05/07/89 WRESTLEWAR WORLD TITLE MATCH)
RIC FLAIR VS TERRY FUNK (07/23/89 GREAT AMERICAN BASH WORLD TITLE MATCH)
FOUR HORSEMEN VS. STING, BRIAN PILLMAN & STEINER BROTHERS (WRESTLEWAR 1991, WARGAMES MATCH)
STEINER BROTHERS VS. LEX LUGER & STING (SUPERBRAWL, TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH)
STING'S SQUADRON VS. DANGEROUS ALLIANCE (WRESTLEWAR 1992, WAR GAMES MATCH)
Place to Be Podcast Episode 571: Survivor Series 1991
In this episode of the Place to Be Podcast, JT and Scott are joined by JA D'Amato are gearing up for the Gravest Challenge with a look at Survivor Series 1991!
They discuss the newest HERB KUNZE TIDBITS~!, Dino Bravo in the Dangerous Alliance (!), the ongoing Randy Savage reinstatement saga, THIS TUESDAY IN TEXAS, a nice showing for Berzerker, Ric Flair's PPV debut, Undertaker's big night, trouble for the Rockers, a disappointing main event and much more! THIS TUESDAY IN TEXAS!
So fire up this action-packed episode and join Scott, JT and JA as it’s time for another edition of the PTB Podcast!
Pro Wrestling Love #13: Shoot Style Part 3
Marty Sleeze hooks it up again with Markout Mountain Matt aka Cap as they continue to count down their Top 25 Japanese Shoot-Style Matches of All Time on Pro Wrestling Love. Marty and Matt have gotten to know each through the Greatest Match Ever Project hosted at gweproject.freeforums.net. Annual voting takes place every Summerslam, all are welcomed. It is time folks, finally, The Boss has arrived, Yoshiaki Fujiwara! Marty & Matt agree on one thing: when they grow up they want to be Fujiwara! They give their takes on two of the most polarizing and famous, Shoot-Style matches: Kiyoshi Tamura vs Yoshihisa Yamamoto and Nobuhiko Takada vs Akira Maeda. There is more Ishikawa & Ikeda of course! Marty declares what match in his opinion has the best draw finish of all time. Matt gushes over Bob Backlund as Marty just sits back and revels in his adoration for one of the all-time greats. Click, download, enjoy, this is #15-11. Let us know what you think.
It's another week and another great episode of Raw on ChRAWnology! This week Neil and Dave get to review the legendary Ric Flair/Mr. Perfect loser-leaves-town match plus Kamala, the Repo Man, Royal Rumble 1993, and a preview of next week's show that has to be heard to be believed.
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