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This is the feed for a number podcasts affiliated with the Pro Wrestling Only forum and the Place to Be Nation, which include: - Where the Big Boys Play, hosted by Chad and Parv, which looks at NWA/WCW supercards from 1983 onwards. - Titans of Wrestling, hosted by Parv, Pete, Johnny and Kelly, which looks at pre-Hogan era WWF from 1975 to 1983, as well as various territories from that era. - Wrestling Culture, hosted by Dylan Hales and Dave Musgrave, features musings on the sublime nature of professional wrestling. From poignant interviews to wrestler career reviews to current day thoughts on promotions from around the world, Wrestling Culture is a National Public Radio-esque deep-dive on pro wrestling. - Letters from Kayfabe, join Allan and Parv as they explore the deepest recesses of the WWF universe. - Tag Teams Back Again, hosted by Kelly and Marty Sleaze, focusing on the tagteams of yesteryear. - Good Will Wrestling, hosted by Will, which digs deep into all sorts of topics including both the current product, as well as the old-school. - This Week in Wrestling, hosted by Pete with Johnny Sorrow and Timothy, a very thorough look at everything going on currently in the world of pro wrestling. - Other shows include the All Japan Excite Series, Steven Graham's Pro Wrestling Supershow, the Super Extreme Vault (for ECW and hardcore), Wrestling with the Past, and Brainbuster: the pro wrestling gameshow.

This is the feed for a number podcasts affiliated with the Pro Wrestling Only forum and the Place to Be Nation, which include: - Where the Big Boys Play, hosted by Chad and Parv, which looks at NWA/WCW supercards from 1983 onwards. - Titans of Wrestling, hosted by Parv, Pete, Johnny and Kelly, which looks at pre-Hogan era WWF from 1975 to 1983, as well as various territories from that era. - Wrestling Culture, hosted by Dylan Hales and Dave Musgrave, features musings on the sublime nature of professional wrestling. From poignant interviews to wrestler career reviews to current day thoughts on promotions from around the world, Wrestling Culture is a National Public Radio-esque deep-dive on pro wrestling. - Letters from Kayfabe, join Allan and Parv as they explore the deepest recesses of the WWF universe. - Tag Teams Back Again, hosted by Kelly and Marty Sleaze, focusing on the tagteams of yesteryear. - Good Will Wrestling, hosted by Will, which digs deep into all sorts of topics including both the current product, as well as the old-school. - This Week in Wrestling, hosted by Pete with Johnny Sorrow and Timothy, a very thorough look at everything going on currently in the world of pro wrestling. - Other shows include the All Japan Excite Series, Steven Graham's Pro Wrestling Supershow, the Super Extreme Vault (for ECW and hardcore), Wrestling with the Past, and Brainbuster: the pro wrestling gameshow.
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This is the feed for a number podcasts affiliated with the Pro Wrestling Only forum and the Place to Be Nation, which include: - Where the Big Boys Play, hosted by Chad and Parv, which looks at NWA/WCW supercards from 1983 onwards. - Titans of Wrestling, hosted by Parv, Pete, Johnny and Kelly, which looks at pre-Hogan era WWF from 1975 to 1983, as well as various territories from that era. - Wrestling Culture, hosted by Dylan Hales and Dave Musgrave, features musings on the sublime nature of professional wrestling. From poignant interviews to wrestler career reviews to current day thoughts on promotions from around the world, Wrestling Culture is a National Public Radio-esque deep-dive on pro wrestling. - Letters from Kayfabe, join Allan and Parv as they explore the deepest recesses of the WWF universe. - Tag Teams Back Again, hosted by Kelly and Marty Sleaze, focusing on the tagteams of yesteryear. - Good Will Wrestling, hosted by Will, which digs deep into all sorts of topics including both the current product, as well as the old-school. - This Week in Wrestling, hosted by Pete with Johnny Sorrow and Timothy, a very thorough look at everything going on currently in the world of pro wrestling. - Other shows include the All Japan Excite Series, Steven Graham's Pro Wrestling Supershow, the Super Extreme Vault (for ECW and hardcore), Wrestling with the Past, and Brainbuster: the pro wrestling gameshow.

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Episodes

Greetings From Allentown #86: NWA Worldwide 02-06-1988

10/18/2018
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Buckle up for the toboggan ride that is Jim Crockett Promotions 1988 style in the form of NWA Worldwide from February 6, 1988! - Sting introduces himself to the Four Horsemen, who just want to get drunk - Speculating on an infamous Dusty Rhodes angle that was aborted - The brilliant satire of the Varsity Club - A “mistake” from JCP that actually deserves praise - Barry Windham’s “50 home run season” - A very special episode of According to Larry (Z) - Taking issue with Bobby Eaton’s gear...

Duration:01:41:14

World Cast #48

10/16/2018
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March 5, 1983 (WCCW 62) SURELY getting destroyed by the Great Yatsu is finally, totally, without doubt the end for Good Ol' Al. Must be a bitch to pack up all that Elvis memorabilia. Also on the show... -Oh no, a NEW Kabuki music video -"The Kamala" is coming -Iceman Parsons continues to impress, as do Gorgeous Jimmy and Sunshine -And David vs "The Third Bird" Buddy Roberts in the main event!

Duration:00:45:24

Strong Style Story Episode 45: Looking For Positives

10/16/2018
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At long last, Geoffrey Wessel and Chris Damasceno return for Episode 45 of the Strong Style Story Podcast! Here we go through some of the changes surrounding the show behind the scenes, kvetch a lot about Destruction and King Of Pro Wrestling, while also trying to find the positives in the Power Struggle tour and Super Jr. Tag League. It's a rocky road but we're trying to get through it. Join us, won't you?

Duration:01:14:01

Who Booked This? - Monster Mash Battle Royal

10/15/2018
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Spooktacular month continues on Who Booked This? This week, THE MONSTER MASH BATTLE ROYAL!!!

Duration:00:49:24

MOTW Episode 24 - The Unmasking of Tiger Mask II

10/14/2018
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Both the residue of circumstance and getting behind the right guy, Tanner and Tim talk about the unmasking of Tiger Mask II on May 14, 1990, effectively making Mitsuharu Misawa the new young face of All Japan. The domino effect that led to this decision, and the ripple effect it caused afterwards, created one of the best in-ring products in the history of pro wrestling, making legends out of Misawa and his tag team partner on this night, Toshiaki Kawada. Twitter: Tim: @mrtimlivingston,...

Duration:00:59:02

Stacey & Steven review Round 2 of the Mae Young Classic

10/13/2018
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Stacey and Steven are back due to the awesomeness of the second round of the Mae Young Classic. They break down all the matches in the second round and geek out about what's to come. This is exciting times.

Duration:00:54:05

TWIW Indie & Int'l 10-11-2018

10/13/2018
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We look at MLW Fushion 25. -Who we think MLW should build around. -Do they deliver another great main event? NXT We break down and look at the show. -Finally we discuss SUP Don't look in the Basement. -What did we think of the show. -Discuss the matches -Analyze the booking. -What matches we liked most.

Duration:01:34:01

Greetings From Allentown #85: WWF Shotgun 08-14-1999

10/11/2018
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Greetings From Allentown stays in 1999 this week for a look at the penultimate episode of WWF Shotgun Saturday Night from August 14, 1999! - The greatness and high expectations of Chris Jericho’s WWF debut - Jesse Ventura returns and it is like he never left - Cranky Michael Hayes delights on commentary - Edge: Is he the Canadian Ricky Schroeder? - Triple H embarrasses himself with a commercial tagline - Tough times for Chaz/Mosh and Ken Shamrock - Tag title switches aplenty - Droz’s pal Key...

Duration:01:37:52

World Cast What If...?: WWE Hidden Gems 2

10/10/2018
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World Cast What If...?: WWE Hidden Gems 2 The latest Hidden Gems drop on the Network got the boys excited (well, more Pete and Kelly than Johnny) so they decided to take another brief break from WCCW to talk about it. This drop is all about famous "shooters" in wrestling, looking at... -Karl Gotch/Rene Goulet vs The Rugged Russians 1/22/72 Boston Garden -Danny Hodge/Jos LeDuc vs Pak Song/Toru Tanaka 11/12/74 Florida -Billy Robinson vs Rick Martel 5/19/83 Winnipeg Arena -Nobuhiko Takada vs...

Duration:01:28:32

Lucha Afterground Se 4 E16 + E17

10/9/2018
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As LU inches closer and closer to Ultima Lucha Quatro, Trav and Max continue to put in the work necessary to give you the ultimate LU fancast there is (kinda). This ep, a two-on-one nunchuk match! An amazing Mariposa match (really!) and El Bunny makes his in-ring debut!

Duration:00:55:57

Who Booked This? David Arquette vs Jeff Jarrett vs DDP (Ready to Rumble 3 Story Cage)

10/8/2018
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October is spooky month here on Who Booked This and what can be scarier than the prequel to War Games 2000: Russo's Revenge? The reigning and defended WCW World Champion David Arquette puts his title on the line against enemy Jeff Jarrett and friend Diamond Dallas Page. After three stories of insanity, we get a fourth story? The whole thing finishes with one of the most disgusting acts in the history of WCW. Enjoy and happy thanksgiving.

Duration:00:54:55

ThROH The Years Episode 27 - Tradition Continues

10/8/2018
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The streak is over. ThROH The Years mourns (we mean celebrates) the death of a streak that has lasted all 26 previous episodes, but soldiers on with a review of Tradition Continues, the most misleading title in history! Matt and Trevor disagree more than they have in quite some time, but they come together over love for AJ Styles vs. CM Punk, Samoa Joe vs. Jay Briscoe, and Lipton's Chicken Noodle Soup. Is this show kind of disappointing or a template for good B-market shows? We discuss, you...

Duration:02:20:39

TWIW Indie & Int'l 10-05-2018

10/6/2018
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Tim and I shoot the shit over -Kenny Omega as a Observer HOF Candidate -Future of NXT -WWE signing spree We review -MLW Fushion 23 -Current NXT -Nova Pro-Nova Project 4

Duration:01:41:50

Greetings From Allentown #84: WCW Saturday Night 04-10-1999

10/4/2018
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Greetings From Allentown returns to da Mothership for WCW Saturday Night from April 10, 1999! - Overcoming prejudices against the phrase “1999 WCW” - The greatest thing Disco Inferno ever did in WCW - The life and times of Jerry Flynn - A personal issue against the new WCW logo - Perusing Rick Steiner’s Georgia real estate listings - The commonality of Konnan and one popular musician - Playing the guessing game for Gene Okerlund’s hotline shills - Norman Smiley and Ernest Miller fight the...

Duration:01:42:13

The Military Industrial Suplex: Loss In New York

10/3/2018
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In this episode of The Military Industrial Suplex, Tom is joined by one of the architects of Pro Wrestling Only, Charles Williams. They discuss free speech, the morality of social media mobs, the capitalist art of deception under the guise of philanthropy, John Berger's The Way of Seeing and its relation to the critique of women's wrestling, mechanical reproduction relating to the appreciation pro wrestling aesthetics, Neoliberalism, and more.

Duration:01:48:51

World Cast #47

10/2/2018
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February 26, 1983 (WCCW 61) With episode 60 seemingly lost to time, the boys march on to episode 61, and oh boy is it a big one! We get not one, not two, but THREE massive, game changing debuts, folks: -Iceman Parsons: He's cool as hell and Armand Hussein doesn't stand a chance -Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin and Sunshine: He doesn't want to be filmed but she likes to film people (and was she hanging around the Spectrum in 1979 by chance?) -"The Man", General Akbar: Devastation Inc. now has a leader...

Duration:00:48:20

Stacey & Steven review Round 1 of the Mae Young Classic II

10/2/2018
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Stacey and Steven are here to break down the first round of the 2018 Mae Young Classic! Who impressed, who was disappointing, and what was the best of the tournament so far. Stacey and Steven also give their predictions for the second round.

Duration:00:36:48

Who Booked This? Kennel from Hell

10/1/2018
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October is horror month here on Who Booked This?, and The Golden Grahams start it off right by looking at the Kennel from Hell. What is more spooky in wrestling than two cages and dogs?

Duration:00:40:27

MOTW Episode 23 - Samoa Joe Vs. Necro Butcher

9/29/2018
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June 11, 2005 is a date that lives in infamy, and with good reason. As IWA-MS descends upon Philadelphia's legendary ECW Arena (known as The Arena at that time) for the first time ever with "Something to Prove," Tanner and Tim, as per usual with this match, are left in awe. In one of the most violent, visceral, and insane pieces of professional wrestling anyone will ever see, Samoa Joe takes on Necro Butcher in arguably the single most legendary indy match ever.

Duration:00:21:35

TWIW Indie & Int'l 09-28-2018

9/29/2018
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Tim and I discuss injuries in wrestling. We look at MLW fushion 23. -Take a look at the booking of the show. NXT -We break down the show. -Are the Mighty the most underated team in wrestling? Things we liked and didn't like Black Label Pro Darkest Timeline -Talk about the show -Thoughts on Tom Lawlor -Things we liked -Lack of bookers in wrestling.

Duration:01:18:50