Three shows that try and give well rounded discussion to everything in wrestling around the world.
The Wrestling Rewind is hosted by Darragh O’Connor and Dave Stephens as they take an in-depth look at the stories in North American pro wrestling from the previous week. They look at WWE, Impact Wrestling, Ring of Honor with a wry sense of humour but go deep on the issues facing the industry in North America.
If it's wrestling and it's a little bit different, The Truepenny Show covers it. James Truepenny and his crew of wrestling experts from around the world; Chelsea Spollen, Christy of Wrestling Sexism and NJPW Gifs, Alex Watt, Alex Edwards, Marcus Green, John Dinsdale of Steel Chair Magazine and Simon Heath take you on a journey around the pro wrestling world.
Today at . . . is James’ show where he gives a quick round up of the day's action at any given event around the world on any wrestling day. The G1, The Best of Super Juniors, World Tag League and Wrestle Kingdom week have been covered so far with more shows to look at throughout the year.
The Wrestling Rewind #59 - WrestleMania 37
Darragh and Dave are back! They review Wrestlemania 37 coming out of Tampa Florida!
Stampede Wrestling With Chris Lonsdale
James is joined by his long time friend Chris Lonsdale of One Car Pile Up to talk wrestling, and Stampede from the Mid Eighties as they do an alternate commentary from Stu Hart's finest creation.
ROH 19th Anniversary
James and Marcus celebrate 19 years of Ring of Honor as they produce their Anniversary PPV.
In The Beginning - The Ungovernable Tetsuya Naito
James and Christy look back at the birth of Los Ignorables de Japon as Tetsuya Naito becomes Ungovernable.
NJPW Sakura Genesis 2021
James and John look despair square in the face and try and try and figure out what NJPW are actually on while watching Sakura Genesis.
Triplemania I In 1993
James and John Dinsdale look back at Lucha History as they examine the first AAA Triplemaina from Mexico City in 1993.
I hope more people listen this is great!
Only wrestling podcast I can play in the car while driving with other people and not feel embarrassed about my love for wrestling, keep up the great work.
Great podcast. The host Mr Truepenny is very informative and knows a lot about the subject matter. The panelists are great and all add their own unique insight. Great series about the history of Japanese wrestling. Can’t recommend enough