Bob Bamber is joined by Chris Lacey and Erick Landstrom on the final stop in ECW before Barely Legal in April, including a shock title change and another man throwing his name in the hat for the ECW Title.
Bob Bamber is joined by Wayne Lythgoe and Del Muir reviewing WCW Uncensored as Sting aligns himself formally with WCW and a barmy segment 20 minute segment involving Roddy Piper that saw the previously bullet-proof Piper get booed (and John Tenta cheered!)
Bob Bamber is joined by Del Muir and Rory McNamara with our longest show ever reviewing Wrestlemania 13, one of the best matches we will ever cover and Bret Hart's change of heart.
Chris White is joined by Bob Bamber and Tom Martyn to review UFC 12. Hear the crazy story of how the show was moved across the country on THIRTY SIX HOURS notice, before we review the first UFC show with weight classes, the debut of a certain Vitor Belfort and the showdown between Mark Coleman and Dan Severn for the UFC Championship.
Bob Bamber is joined by Del Muir and Pete Kimber reviewing ECW Cyberslam, in a month that included possibly the greatest finish ever to a wrestling match, New Jack doing something stupid and a typically barmy pair of tables and ladders matches with the Eliminators and the team of Sabu and Rob Van Dam.
Rory McNamara is joined by Bob Bamber and Craig Wilson reviewing Shawn Michaels forfeiting the WWF title, two further title changes, the In Your House: Final Four pay per view and the lay of the land on the road to Wrestlemania.
Bob Bamber is joined by Erick Landstrom and Bryan Barrera to discuss the WCW action from Superbrawl and three bizarre segments from Nitro. After the PPV, we look at the heel turn of Randy Savage and the possibility of *another* two hour live weekly TV show.
Chris Lacey is joined by Bob Bamber and Rory McNamara reviewing all the ECW action for the month. No live event to cover, but the Franchise does get a Rude awakening from a masked debutant on the ECW roster.
Bob Bamber is joined by Del Muir and Pete Kimber reviewing the second half of the WCW action for the month, probably a new low for the show is this as we tackle NWO Souled Out.
Del Muir is joined by Bob Bamber and Pete Kimber reviewing the first half of the WCW action of the month, including probably the best individual TV show we've seen as part of the show and the latest Clash Of The Champions.
Bob Bamber is joined by Jeff Parker and Wayne Lythgoe reivewing the WWF action for January 1997 including the Royal Rumble held in front of 62,000 people and Bret Hart (for about twenty minutes) quitting the WWF.
Bob Bamber is joined by Del Muir and Rory McNamara for the all important End Of Year Awards. Just like normal, including a widely contested new category, we vote on the best and the worst of 1996.
Bob Bamber is joined by Del Muir, Rory McNamara, Erick Landstrom and Chris Lacey to review WCW, WWF and ECW in 1996. We go through the highs, the lows and look ahead to 1997.
Chris White is joined by Bob Bamber and Tom Martyn reviewing UFC Ultimate Ultimate 1996, including a great pro-wrestling promo from Scott Ferozzo and one of the barmiest sub-2 minute matches you will ever see.
Bob Bamber is joined by Chris Lacey and Erick Landstrom reviewing the latest action in ECW, including a look at Holiday Hell and one of the flattest ECW Title changes you will ever see.
Bob Bamber is joined by Rory McNamara and Erick Landstrom reviewing WWF including a full look at In Your House: It's Time and a look at the quite swift change in attitude of two of their biggest characters.
Bob Bamber is joined by Del Muir reviewing WCW including a full review of Starrcade and the latest developments in the Four Horsemen storyline.
Chris White is joined by Bob Bamber and Dan Welling for a special look at the Mike Tyson/Evander Holyfield boxing fight – we look at the back stories of both two men up until this point, and a near round by round breakdown of the biggest match of the year.
Bob Bamber is joined by Chris Lacey and Rory McNamara reviewing ECW November To Remember, including the final night of Too Cold Scorpio and a big announcement from Taz. 20 years on, we have a retrospective look at the Mass Transit incident.
Bob Bamber is joined by Wayne Lythgoe and Erick Landstrom reviewing WCW World War 3, we look at the quite frankly shocking booking of the NWO, and the equally as baffling turn of Eric Bischoff.
Bob Bamber is joined by Jeff Parker and Colin Judkins reviewing the Steve Austin/Brian Pillman angle from Raw, Survivor Series 1996 and the prospects for the WWF going forward with Sid as champion.
Bob Bamber is joined by Chris Lacey and Kieran Mitchell reviewing two ECW shows. We look at a shock title change, one of ECW's best matches in years, Kurt Angle's appearance at the ECW arena and the latest scaffold match in Philadelphia.
Contains strong language (stronger than usual!)
Bob Bamber is joined by Rory McNamara and Erick Landstrom reviewing In Your House Buried Alive, before looking at Bret Hart signing a twenty year contract with the WWF and Steve Austin finally finding his voice.
Bob Bamber is joined by Craig Wilson and Pete Kimber reviewing WCW Halloween Havoc. We look at a new side if Sting, the old side of Miss Elizabeth, the WCW side of the NWO angle and Bret Hart picking his side in the contract battle between the WWF and WCW.
Chris White is joined by Bob Bamber reviewing UFC 11, the UFC tournament that had no final. After we discuss Mark Coleman winning again – who is now 5 and 0 in our last two shows, we skip forward 20 years to look at CM Punk’s MMA debut.