Two lifelong fans take you through the most important, controversial and entertaining events in Pro Wrestling history. With a casual approach to Pro Wrestling coverage, Scottish Smarks ditch the hearsay and popular online bias and get back to what truly matters, being entertained by dudes in tights.
Ep 33: WCW Wrestlewar 1992
In 1992, WCW was in a bit of a down period while the northern juggernaut of the WWF was forging ahead into the New Generation Era. In this time frame, Flair had ventured north, and Sting was the main man for WCW, and in the summer of 92 he would lead a...
Ep 32: WWF Wrestlemania X8
In 2002, after the demise of WCW and the end of many of the long standing guaranteed contracts, fans of both WWF and WCW were treated to many crossover matches that they thought they would never see. None bigger than the “Icon vs Icon” match, the guy...
Ep 31: WWF Survivor Series 1990
Survivor Series 1990 is one of those shows that has a bit of lore and mystique surrounding it because of two debuts. One debuting superstar would go on to last 30 years in the WWF/E, and the other wouldn't last 30 days. Welcome to The Undertaker....and...
Ep 30: WWF King of the Ring 1998
“Good God Almighty, Good God Almighty, They’ve Killed Him. As God As My Witness, He Is Broken In Half!” In 1998, the landscape of professional wrestling was changed in one swift motion, and in the space of about 7 seconds we experienced one of the...
Bonus: WWE Untold - Sting's Last Stand
Ep 29: WWE Royal Rumble 2020
Well well well, what can we say? The Royal Rumble 2020 represents a watershed moment in Scottish, and British, wrestling history. Drew McIntyre has done it! A Scotsman will headline Wrestlemania for the first time ever (no, we know, Roddy Piper was...