Oli and Arn are back for a good long chat about the ever changing political situation surrounding the British Wrestling scene and how the WWE and ITV situation is effecting companies like PROGRESS and RPW. They also get around to praising OTT’s recent ScrapperMania show.
This week on Wrestlenomics Radio: the latest update to the WWE investor presentation, Jeff Hardy pleading guilty to DWI, Killing the Business, Inc., WWE and Nestle’s “Choose Water” campaign, new details announced about WWE’s PPV in Australia in October & more!
We’re firmly on the road to Slammiversary, and Impact have pinned their mast to Aries vs Moose. Time will tell if it was the right call, but at this point it’s hard not to be a little bit disappointed.
Gargano and Ciampa battle in a Chicago Street Fight, Lars Sullivan goes for the NXT Championship and Shayna Baszler looks to continue her run of dominance. Suit Williams and Jeff Martin preview NXT TakeOver: Chicago.
Rob & Jeff preview an exciting weekend of WWE action. Who will be in the crowd at Takeover? What crazy stuff will Ricochet and Lars Sullivan do? Is Shinsuke Nakamura a cocksman? WHERE IS JAMES ELLSWORTH!?
Two Money in the Bank ladder matches, Styles and Nakamura in a Last Man Standing Match, Rousey gets her first championship opportunity and Jinder Mahal vs. Roman Reigns? It’s our staff preview and predictions for WWE Money in the Bank 2018!
A packed (and ad-free!) edition of the Voices of Wrestling Flagship podcast with topics including our Dominion review, our thoughts and ratings on Okada vs. Omega IV, women in New Japan Pro Wrestling, Cow Palace, Strong Style Evolved UK and previews for NXT TakeOver: Chicago and WWE Money in the Bank 2018.
NJPW Dominion is the subject of this week’s Wrestling Omakase, as John is joined by first time guest and retired indie wrestling star Gran Akuma to break down NJPW’s 2nd biggest standalone show of the year!
The culmination of Kenny Omega’s story. The end of Kazuchika Okada’s run. One of the best tag team matches ever. A street fight between Chris Jericho and Tetsuya Naito. It’s safe to say NJPW Dominion 6.9 in Osaka-Jo Hall was one of the best wrestling shows ever.
King of Gate ended with a whimper. After delivering such a magnificent KOG Finals, the Dream Gate match on this night failed to deliver expectations and felt like a very uncharacteristic performance from both men.
On this episode of Music of the Mat, Andrew is joined once again by Rich Kraetsch (Voices of Wrestling) to discuss another selection of hip hop wrestling themes. From 90s classics to contemporary favorites, Andrew and Rich delve into songs by The Fugees, Eminem, Ike Dirty, Insane Clown Posse, and more!
OWE’s long term vision looks to place them at the top of the Chinese wrestling heap, both domestically and where international attention is concerned, but with the right moves made I can easily envision a future where that spot is hotly contested.
This week Joel and Damon give you first-hand reactions and opinions on the historic Dominion 6.9 show, what is next for Kenny Omega, the recent North American invasion, Young Bucks as WOTY, and so much more!
After this week, it was clear that Eddie Edwards and Sami Callihan still have a score to settle. Be that at Slammiversary or further down the road, I don’t know. What I do know though, is that Eddie Edwards is unhinged, vengeful and angry, and that’s the sort of man I want as my world champion.