Each week, John McAdam discusses classic professional wrestling.
Episode 225: The Final Autumn Of Greatness
This week STICK TO WRESTLING is joined by popular guest Brandown Hefner as we discuss the goings on in Georgia Championship Wrestling during the Fall of 1982! We discuss: –Roddy Piper going from the promotion’s top heel to it’s top babyface, but it doesn’t last as he gets fired. We’ll give you the details. –Jerry … Continue reading Episode 225: The Final Autumn Of Greatness →
Episode 224: The Other Bi-Centennial Kings
This week STICK TO WRESTLING is joined again by popular returning guest Steve Generelli, and we field questions from the Stick To Wrestling Universe on the year 1976. On the slate: –What if Bruno Sammartino was unable to return to the WWWF after his neck injury? Would the promotion have survived? –What were our thoughts … Continue reading Episode 224: The Other Bi-Centennial Kings →
Episode 223: Are You Tired Of Us Yet?
This week STICK TO WRESTLING is once again joined by popular guest Brad Breitzman as we discuss the goings on in the AWA in the year of 1982! We discuss: –Hulk Hogan’s run as the promotion’s top babyface. –Bobby Heenan’s long run as the AWA’s top manager, including the details of his return there in … Continue reading Episode 223: Are You Tired Of Us Yet? →
Episode 222: The Human Victory Cigar
This week STICK TO WRESTLING is joined by popular returning guest Alfred Sumrall and we discuss the top ten wrestlers of 1997. On the bill: –Shawn Michaels wasn’t universally beloved, but he was entertaining outside of the ring and amazing inside of it. Was he Number one? –Hulk Hogan also wasn’t universally beloved, but he … Continue reading Episode 222: The Human Victory Cigar →
Episode 221: It Was Not The First Time
This week STICK TO WRESTLING is joined by popular returning guest Randy Smith as we take questions from the STW Universe regarding all things pro wrestling that happened in 1987. We discuss: –The buildup for the Hulk Hogan vs Andre The Giant match, and the WWF falsely stating that it was their first match ever. … Continue reading Episode 221: It Was Not The First Time →
Episode 220: Four Through Seven Are Interchangeable
This week STICK TO WRESTLING is joined by popular returning guest Thomas Bane as we discuss the Top Ten wrestlers of 1987! Discussed on this episode: –Wrestlemania 3 changed everything, so Andre The Giant is ranked really high for a guy who had two matches all year. –Like it or not, The Honkytonk Man had … Continue reading Episode 220: Four Through Seven Are Interchangeable →
Great Old School Wrestling Podcast
Lots of fun, plenty of special guests, and always great topics for discussion.
So first show I ever listened to was the ECW Cyberslam 96 episode. I never heard this show covered on any other podcast so I was excited to listen. Boy was I disappointed. The show was just basically some fan talking about going to a few ECW shows back in the day & barely anything on Cyberslam. Total waste of time.
The second chair is second rate
John, the guests have been incredibly subpar as of late. Your show’s brand is the nerdy but smart old school nostalgia podcast. When you have a run of guests who don’t know anything, whether it’s a photographer who only remembers Killer Kowalski or this week’s gimmick, the comedian who knows nothing and, as a bonus, is not at all funny. The revolving co-host bit is played out. Find your new Sean or change the format before Episode 200. Also, do the world a favor and tell this week’s sleepwalking “comic” what the word “infamous” really means. He has no idea.