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Episode 82: Thunder 51 February 18-1999

Strap yourself in, Slapdicks, and get ready for an episode of Thunder chocked full of...stuff. Like Ric Flair getting beat up in a field, Eric Bischoff as a limo driver, Ralphus in drag, Torrie Wilson in a hotel room and Raven's mom! It's Thunder...and it's better than you first thought. (JUST KIDDING!!) Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUS content: patreon.com/WHWMonday Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/WHWMonday Check out the new koozies, hoodies,...


Episode 81: WHW Mailbag-August, 2018

They've been doing it since January 2017! Tony Schiavone and Conrad Thompson answer your questions from social media. They have to. Conrad is the only one of the two that can read, so he delivers the inquiries to Tony. Enjoy... Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUS content: patreon.com/WHWMonday Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/WHWMonday Check out the new koozies, hoodies, beach towels, and baby onesies at BoxOfGimmicks.com Buy a shirt and Tony...


Episode 80: ECW Heat Wave 1998

Some call it the best ECW Pay Per View ever, and it truly was an unforgettable event. From the Jerry Lynn vs Justin Credible opener to the wild six man match at the end, watch along with Tony and Conrad as they look back on the event from Dayton, Ohio. And as Tony says...you can never get enough Francine. Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUS content: patreon.com/WHWMonday Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/WHWMonday Check out the new koozies,...


Episode 79: Clash of the Champions 24 08-18-1993

The unforgettable appearance of the Shockmaster at the Clash of the Champions XXIV from 1993. It was on a segment of "Flair for the Gold" and was, without a doubt, capsuled what was wrong with WCW. Find out how they came up with the costume and how they changed things at the end to cause the "trip" that forever changed the career of Fred Ottman. Plus Flair and Sting team together, the Horsemen win the World Tag Team Championship and Ricky Steamboat becomes the TV Champion...and we throw in...


Episode 78: Bash at the Beach 1995

Outside. Southern California. Ric Flair vs. Randy Savage. Hulk Hogan vs. Vader. Sting in the opening match. What is not to love? Well, the PPV also had the Renegade, Dave Sullivan and Kamala. So, surfs' up, DUDE! Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUS content: patreon.com/WHWMonday Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/WHWMonday Check out the new koozies, hoodies, beach towels, and baby onesies at BoxOfGimmicks.com Buy a shirt and Tony will call you...


Episode 77: Bash at the Beach 2000

Join Conrad and Tony and special idiot...er...guest Casio Kid as they relive the moments from 2000 when Hulk Hogan, Jeff Jarrett and Vince Russo were part of one of the most famous moments in WCW lore. But before we get there, you have to suffer through a "Wedding Dress Match" and a "Graveyard Match" and plenty other silliness. It's the last Bash at the Beach, and as you will hear, for good reason. Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUS content:...


Episode 76: Nitro 147 Goldberg vs Hogan 07-06-1998

Here it is gang! Goldberg vs Hulk Hogan at the Georgia Dome in front of an announced crowd of 39,919 on July 6, 1998. It was the beginning of the Goldberg WCW World Title reign and the night of memorable moments like.....uh.....like Tokyo Magnum dancing with Alex Wright and the Disco Inferno, Tony's chair being VERY high and STIIIINNNNGGGG with a red tomato face. How did it all go so wrong for WCW after this? The world wants to know... Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad...


Episode 75: NWA-WCW (06/25/88)

As Jim Crockett Promotions headed to the Great American Bash 1988, they were pulling out all the stops (good and bad) to set up Ric Flair vs. Lex Luger for the NWA World Heavyweight Title at the Baltimore Arena. It would be the final year of JCP, as within six months they would sell to Turner Broadcasting. Join Conrad and Tony as they go back and look at the one hour version of World Championship Wrestling "Saturday Edition" with Jim Ross, Tony and David Crockett on the mic and a SPAM...


Episode 74: NWA-WCW (06/13/87)

Join Conrad and Tony as they watch World Championship Wrestling's June 13, 1987 Episode. It was only one hour on TBS that week, but it was loaded with great interviews and action. Watch Dusty Rhodes and Tully Blanchard battle for the NWA World TV Title featuring a post match interview with TOMMY YOUNG!! and the first public appearance of Magnum TA since his tragic car accident of October of 1986.


Episode 73: Clash of the Champions II (June '88)

Brad Armstrong is in the opener against Barry Windham, Sting & Dusty team up against the Horsemen on top, and along the way we see Lex Luger get ambushed and left a bloody mess. The silliness that was the triple cage concept can't be topped with the original sketch bit this week either. Oh and Flair signs a contract on a big boat. This JCP just a few months before their big boat hit an iceberg. Don't miss Clash of the Champions II! Hey, is that a skeeter? Please go to...


Episode 72: NWA TV (06/07/86)

Ric Flair vs. Dusty Rhodes, a Rock N Roll Express Dream Date contest, Jimmy Valiant in a hair feud, a Flair promo with the front row dressed in suits, Ole Anderson returning to attack Dusty and cut a legendary promo, Dusty responding with a promo that is out of this world, Magnum gets stripped of the US title, the James Gang is in town, multiple Jim Cornette promos -- lady and gentlemen, this is Jim Crockett Promotions at it's finest! Fire up the WWE Network and join Tony Schiavone and...


Episode 71: 5/27/96 Nitro (Scott Hall Debut)

If you had to trace the "boom" in popularity in professional wrestling in the late 90s back to a single point, it was the May 27, 1996, Monday Nitro when Scott Hall showed up on Nitro and started what would become the hottest angle in history, the nWo. This was the first ever two hour Nitro, plus Steve Doll vs. the Mauler, Bobby Walker vs. Brad Armstrong, a hilarious new moment in the show for the American Males, a Ric Flair promo even Meltzer was embarrassed by, a tremendously awful angle...


Episode 70: Slamboree 1993

Slamboree '93 was the Legends Reunion and there has never been a show like this before... thankfully! Tony loved it but Conrad maybe not so much. WCW is hitting the panic button based on poor houses and they're doubling down on nostalgia. If you haven't actually watched a show along with us in a while, this is the one! WCW production is at it's all-time worst here. Seriously, it's so bad you have to see it for yourself. Scott Norton refused to lose to Sting so they brought in... the...


Episode 69: Capital Combat

Ole Anderson has taken over for the booking committee, Tony Schiavone is back from the WWF, Terry Funk quit, the Road Warriors are leaving for the WWF, Luger gets one more shot at the World Title, but who we really need to get over is... Robocop! Yes, Robocop in WCW is finally the topic for Tony and Conrad to discuss! It's hard to believe that Mark Callous is just six months away from being the Undertaker. Find out who quit the promotion over refusing to lose to his heart punch, oddly...


Episode 68: Slamboree 1998

Tony and Conrad break down WHAT HAPPENED WHEN WCW finally started to trail the WWF in the ratings. Kevin Greene, Dennis Rodman, bringing Flair back, signing the Ultimate Warrior, and even challenging Vince McMahon to a fight?! What wouldn't WCW try to get things back on track. Business is through the roof but more than 30 guys are out with injuries and Bischoff is feeling desperate. We break down the "Vinnie Mac" challenge in silly detail, discuss the sleeper story of 1998 with a front...


Episode 67: WCW Saturday Night 5/9/92

Tony and Conrad are joined by Casio Kid once again for a hilarious watch-along of WCW Saturday Night from May 9, 1992! This is when WCW was "trying things" like a celebrity guest host in Alabama's Randy Owen, plus we learn that Ricky Steamboat has been cheating (?!), hear from Vinnie Vegas, Nikita is in action, and much more on an off-the-rails edition of WHAT HAPPENED WHEN?! Ask a question about Slamboree 1998 on Twitter @WHWMonday Buy a shirt and Tony will call you (eventually!) at...


Episode 66: Spring Stampede 1994

The most brutal match in WCW history, a four star Bunkhouse Buck match, Rude’s last major WCW match, and Flair-Steamboat IV, all in front of a record-setting Chicago crowd! Follow the show on Twitter: @WHWMonday Buy a shirt and Tony will call you (eventually!) at LoisRules.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://tinyurl.com/WHWMonday Save thousands at SaveCade.com Follow Tony on Twitter: @tonyschiavone24 Follow Conrad on Twitter: @HeyHeyItsConrad See Conrad as a “Nasty Boy” in...


Episode 65: ECW Barely Legal

E-C-W! E-C-W! E-C-W! Tony has NEVER seen Extreme Championship Wrestling until now! Conrad doesn't tell him who anyone is and Tony just freestyles who everyone is and why they're here. You don't want to miss this off-the-rails silliness that includes a "run-in" from Bruce Prichard, a very special "WrestleMania" guest, a custom "extreme" theme song, more on Tony's tattoo, a hilarious Terry Funk line, Tony's favorite Japanese wrestler, you won't believe who Saturn's partner is, Tony loses his...


Episode 64: Spring Stampede 1997

Spring Stampede 1997 was the night Randy Savage "made" Diamond Dallas Page and the night that Booker T gave what is perhaps the most infamous interview in WCW history! Plus a four way match that's really just a tag match, Scott Hall is nowhere to be found, the tag titles are on the line in a singles match, Tony has no idea who "he" is, several WCW wrestlers were in a serious car wreck, Benoit and Malenko squared off, Mysterio and Ultimo had their rubber match, Flair cuts a promo, and of...


Episode 63: Clash of the Champions VI: Ragin' Cajun (89)

Tony's not leaving! But we are covering an NWA show from when Tony DID leave, it's Part II of the Flair-Steamboat Trilogy from 1989! This was the Clash of the Champions from the Superdome in New Orleans that went head-to-head from WrestleMania V! The main event is the rematch from Chi-Town Rumble in Chicago two months prior. This time Ricky Steamboat is the champion and he's defending against the "Nature Boy" Ric Flair in a 2-Out-Of-3 Falls Match that goes nearly an hour. Tony and Conrad...