On the 102nd episode of the show, Big Joe and Karl start off talking about NXT talents showcasing on the main shows, the DX/Chyna Hall of Fame induction and more…
Recapping the Elimination Chamber, NXT talent makes their main roster debuts, the awful Layfaette audience and Daniel Bryan’s potential Wrestlemania opponent
Instead of a pivotal piece of the storyline puzzle, Fastlane may be WWE’s most pointless pay-per-view event of the year
Nick & Myron discuss DX (specifically Chyna) in the Hall of Fame, Sasha & Bayley winning the Women’s Tag Titles, the newfound love for Kofi Kingston, and more…
Kim Artlip discusses the role of championship belts in wrestling, and why the status, history and respect that comes along with them is so special
The power of World Wrestling Entertainment as a global brand makes every star replaceable, even its most established, mainstream performers
On this weeks show, the guys talk things over with The Australian Sensation, Craven, and WOW Superhero Abilene Maverick
Remembering Pedro Morales, the new IWGP Heavyweight Champion, Double or Nothing sells out, AEW’s rumoured schedule and a full preview of WWE Elimination Chamber this Sunday.
Heading into another WWE PPV this weekend, Nick and Myron touch on Elimination Chamber, along with a discussion about AEW rumors, Bautista, Jay White & WOW Wrestling
It didn’t happen overnight, but Ronda Rousey has become WWE’s polarizing, female equivalent to The Big Dawg
Highlights from the week, AEW updates, a potential Superstar Shakeup in April, Seth Rollins injured and we relive the best and worst moments from Elimination Chamber history with Kyle Scharf
With Randy Orton reportedly being offered an appealing contract by AEW, who else might be on the new promotion’s radar?
Kim Artlip returns with her Wednesday column, and discusses some of the common – and ridiculous – beliefs that ‘outsiders’ still have about the professional wrestling industry
After a huge week, the guys come back with their thoughts on the wrestling world, including Becky vs Ronda at ‘Mania, Omega’s free agency, the Lucha Brothers to AEW, and more
If All Elite Wrestling is truly going to cultivate a product that fans want to see, it must listen to voices beyond those in the mainstream