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Episode 36 - Evolution 2018
After a few weeks of isolation, we're back with another episode. And what better way to return than by discussing the first ever all-women's pay-per-view? A surprisingly unproblematic show that showcases what the women of the WWE can do and all they've been through over the years.
Episode 35 - The Elimination Chamber
This week we're talking about what is probably the last new match type the WWE created that was actually good. The devil's demonic structure - the elimination chamber. We go back to the very beginning of this match and see how it went from being a blowoff to a culmination of storylines, to making careers, to becoming it's own PPV and evolving throughout wrestling history.
Episode 34 - The Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels
Two of the greatest wrestlers of all time have a rivalry that produces several classic matches. We look at both the in-ring and behind-the-scenes issues that made the rivalry between Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker arguably the greatest of all time.
Episode 33 - Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels
It's a feud that will define an era. Perhaps the best rivalry of both men's careers - we take a deep dive into the 2008 rivalry between Chris Jericho and Shawn Michaels. Why it was so good both inside the ring and on the microphone - and the ways it subverted traditional wrestling cliches and expectations.
Episode 32 - Chris Jericho
We're back from our holiday break and we're kicking things back off with one of the most legendary wrestlers - still going today! We look at Chris Jericho's beginnings in WCW, through his huge debut in the Attitude Era - and his incredible return in 2007.
Episode 31 - Christmas from Baghdad 2003
The WWE goes overseas to Iraq to perform for US soldiers for the very first time in what will become a yearly tradition. We look at an episode that is filled with patriotic nostalgia and hindsight. And once again, takes a lot of shots at Saddam Hussein.
Bigger Than Vince McMahon’s Ego
It’s kind of like an audio book about the historically best wrestling pay-per-views, but with with entertaining takes and comedic relief. Pretty good if you have followed wrestling before, essential if you have never followed wrestling, like me, and need to stay in the loop.