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.
Bob Bamber is joined by Chris Lacey and Kieran Mitchell for a horribly disjointed ECW show that’s essentially an on air production meeting with the occasional bit of wrestling chat thrown in.
When we are discussing wrestling you’ll hear our thoughts on possibly the best Shane Douglas match of the show so far, a cracking 30 minute tag match featuring Rob Van Dam and Sabu and our thoughts on the possible matchups for November to Remember.
Bob Bamber is joined by Craig Wilson and Dan Welling reviewing In Your House Mind games and the Fake Razor and Fake Diesel angle along with the heel turn of Jim Ross.
Bob Bamber is joined by Bryan Barrera and Rory McNamara reviewing WCW Fall Brawl in all its glory, one of the most flawless two hours of pay per view you’re ever likely to see before a final two matches with booking with flaws so big you could drive a bus through them.
After that we discuss the turn of the Giant, the fake Sting angle and “NWO Monday Nitro” – with apologies for my microphone, which gives out about 30 minutes to go meaning the audio quality isn’t great – hopefully you can still hear it, a fun show.
Chris White is joined by Chris Lacey reviewing all of the ECW action for the month, including “The Doctor Is In” live event, one of their best in the while.
Bob Bamber is joined by Jeff Parker for part two of this months WCW action, we discuss the Clash Of The Champions 33 and the future of the NWO.
Bob Bamber is joined by Jeff Parker and Stewart Brookes for the first of two WCW podcasts this month reviewing Hog Wild live, outside, from Sturgis – the first pay per view of the NWO era.
Rory McNamara is joined by Bob Bamber and Steve Halvorsen reviewing the WWF action for the month with a full review of Summerslam, the future of Bret Hart and Ahmed Johnson’s potentially career ending injury.
Tom Martyn is joined by Chris White and Bob Bamber for the latest trip to the UFC with their UFC 10 show. As usual, there's a lot of political discussion and another venue change, but we review another interesting event including the first appearance of Mark Coleman.
Del Muir is joined by Chris Lacey reviewing ECW Heat Wave 1996, including a FORTY minute four corners match between Shane Douglas, Chris Jericho, 2 Cold Scorpio and Pitbull 2.
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Bob Bamber is joined by Del Muir and Wayne Lythgoe reviewing the WWF action for the month. With Warrior suspended after no-showing a run of house shows he's replaced by Psycho Sid, who inexplicably becomes the biggest babyface in the company!
Bob Bamber is joined by Wayne Lythgoe and Rory McNamara for our longest episode yet reviewing the biggest show we've ever covered. WCW Bash At The Beach, including Hulk Hogan's reveal as the third man and heel turn. After the pay per view review we have a long discussion about all of the fall-out on the four Nitros that followed!
Rory McNamara is joined by Del Muir and Steve Halvorsen (and briefly Bob Bamber) reviewing the ECW stuff for the month. We look at Hardcore Heaven, including the "shoot-fight" between Taz and UFC fighter Paul Varelans along with the main event that didn't start until after midnight... before the top rope broke
Bob Bamber is joined by Wayne Lythgoe and Jeff Parker reviewing the WCW action for the month. Looking at WCW's best pay per view in over two years we breakdown all of the angles involving Scott Hall and Kevin Nash before looking at some of the options for their third team member at next months pay per view.
Bob Bamber is joined by Chris Lacey and Craig Wilson reviewing a big month of WWF news. After reviewing the WWF's best pay per view in at least eighteen months, we look at the arrival of Brian Pillman and the legal wranglings following the departure of Scott Hall and Kevin Nash to WCW.
Tom Martyn is joined by Bob Bamber and Chris White in our latest trip to the world of MMA. After a look at the Foxcatcher story that underscores this show, and all of the latest news we review another fascinating UFC show. Including the best match we've covered so far and quite possibly one of the worst MMA matches ever (which, to nobody's surprise, Bob actually tries to defend!)
Show review begins at 29 minutes.
Bob Bamber is joined by Chris Lacey and Chris White to review all of the ECW action from the month, including probably the best ECW show in the past six months, and one of the most fun title matches they've had to date.
Bob Bamber is joined by Craig Wilson and Kieran Mitchell reviewing the WWF action from the month, including the now-infamous curtain call, along with the In Your House pay per view that took place across two evenings thanks to a storm. After that Bob and Stewart Brookes have a special retrospective look at the Kliq.