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WWE RAW Review: FINALLY! Bobby Lashley is WWE Champion!
Michael Gross joins the show to discuss all of the news coming out of WWE Raw that aired March 1st, 2021, including the huge news of Bobby Lashley becoming WWE Champion.
WWE Week in Review w/Ashley Mann: WrestleMania 37 Comes Into Focus
Ashley Mann is back (for real this time) to talk about everything going on in WWE. Everything from Roman vs Daniel Bryan at Fast Lane, the lack of focus on Asuka as Raw Women's Champion, Bobby Lashley's dominance, Miz as WWE Champion, the over-produced segment between Sasha & Bianca and much more!
This Week's Highs & Lows in Wrestling - Episode #14
Mimi Burris is back to talk about all of the good and bad for this week in professional wrestling
NXT Review: Adam Cole Turns on Strong - Undisputed Era Broken
Zach Smith is back to discuss the NXT show from February 24th, 2021
WWE SmackDown Review & Top 5 Current Theme Songs
Michael Ritter reviews WWE SmackDown that aired February 26th, 2021 and gives you his Top 5 current theme songs
WWE Rivalries: HHH vs The Rock
Anthony Di Marco is back to talk about one of the biggest rivalries of the Attitude Era, The Rock vs Triple H
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Great podcast but way too many ads.
Get to the point!
I really like this podcast, specifically the nostalgia episodes. The problem is it can take up to a half hour for them to actually start talking about the topic on hand. Save the weekly happenings for the smackdown and raw episodes. I shouldn’t have to hear about Bianca belair for the first half hour on a podcast that is supposed to be about John cena vs. carlito. This weekly series of podcasts already has outlets for the weekly wwe shows. I don’t want to waste time and fumble with fast forwarding thru a majority of a podcast that is supposed to specifically talk about the deep past of wrestling storylines. It doesn’t make sense to talk about raw and smackdown on a podcast that is designated for nostalgia storylines when the people that run the podcast already have podcasts that are based specifically on the current weeks raw and smackdown. I love the nostalgia part, so much. But why does it have to be buried in the back half of a podcast that it’s supposed to be the focal point of?
Great content but too much talking
I was a listener for a while and left because I always felt like the shows spend more time talking, selling ads, explaining themselves or just simply drawing out a topic. So I decided to give it a listen again today and sure enough 14 minutes and 49 seconds in before the Royal Rumble was even discussed. It’s tough for me to get through an episode when 30-40% is jabber. Highly recommend cutting it down. Especially without the amount of shows y’all offer weekly.