I will post some monthly shows that you can for a certain month to help coincide with your shows.
January: 1993 or 1996 Royal Rumble, Souled Out 1999 or 2000 February: Superbrawl Revenge(2000) or No Way Out 2002 or IHY: Saint Valentines Day Massacre March/April: WrestleMania 11, WrestleMania 25, Backlash 2009 May: IYH 1, IYH 8(the one they had to redo) June: King of the ring 1997 or Badd Blood 2004 July: IYH 2 or IYH 9 or Fully Loaded 1999 August: Summerslam 1990 or 2007 September: IYH 10, Unforgiven 2003 or 2007 October: IYH 4, IYH 4, IYH 4....sorry I really want for you to review it....please. Also Halloween Havoc 1997. November: Survivor Series 2000 or 2005, Mayhem 2000 December: IYH 12, Starrcade 1998 or 2000, Armageddon 2002 or 2003
Post by Jay Hunter on Oct 12, 2015 18:48:11 GMT -5
Request: Table for 3 episodes on the WWE Network. There's only 5, ~23m each, featuring 3 wrestlers eat dinner and shooting the shit. It's a really easy watch, shot nicely and they bring up road stories with points that'd make interesting discussion (eg Ambrose on not being able to put your hands on fans jumping in the ring)
It's Survivor Series season and the 25th Anniversary of Taker so I really hope John and Wai review the debut of The Undertaker at Survivor Series 90. Plus, how can we forget about.......The Gobbledy Gooker!
Last Edit: Nov 2, 2015 15:37:40 GMT -5 by Rocky2100
Hi guys, Was listening to the archives and enjoyed your reviews around the Mania 15 period. Made me think that it would be awesome for you to review the "Wrestlemania 15 RAGE Party" which took place the night before the event.
Maybe you've spoke about this event in the past, have zero clue, but I think this could definitely bring some laughs as the WWF was desperately trying to tap main stream pop culture with its newfound success in the midst of the Attitude Era.
Would love to see what you guys think. It was an hour broadcast, so a short show for a review. Link is below. Love the reviews and take care.
This series actually airs immediately after Sunday Night Football games (and opposite the LAW) in the Bay Area NBC affiliate, but I'm not sure if this episode, which aired this past Sunday (November 8) was a first-run or rerun.
As you may know, the Anoa'i wrestling family are lifelong fans of the 49ers. The show, at least the beginning, covered how Reigns became a 49ers fan (of Joe Montana in particular) despite growing up in Florida, and a camera crew basically followed him around this past WrestleMania weekend when, of course, they were held on the 49ers' home field. This of course had some interviews with immediate family (including brother Matt, who is referred to by birth name here), some B-roll of Rikishi and the Usos, and probably other things.
It would be interesting to compare and contrast how Roman Reigns is portrayed here in an hour-long non-WWE documentary compared to, well, an hour-long WWE documentary, or any other WWE programming.
I know Wai dreads Russo WCW shows but last night I was listening to the Viagra on a Pole episode and about the 4 min mark into the show, Wai is on record by saying that he doesn't think they review enough of the Russo WCW time period so I am holding him to that! Also, speaking of Russo, I think John and Wai should review some more SEX storylines from the early days of NWA/TNA.
Post by jmtempleton on Nov 16, 2015 0:58:30 GMT -5
Given Nick Bockwinkel's recent passing, I would love either a career retrospective or a review of a big AWA show on which he was featured. I think they've only ever done one AWA show so I think this would be a great time to do another.
Post by Jimmy James on Nov 28, 2015 17:51:07 GMT -5
I'd like to hear a review of WWF In Your House 14: Revenge of the Taker from April of 1997. Main event was Bret Hart vs. Steve Austin and was heading into the summer of the great Hart Foundation vs. Austin / Canada vs. USA feud.