Welcome One, Welcome ALL! To another fantastic edition of the Golden Age of Grappling! Step right up and witness the most "American" International tournament to ever be held! As 7 teams vie for the right to be crowned the inaugural NWA World's Tag Team Champions! Its the Bill Watts and Jim Ross experience in mid 1992, so top rope rules are... Wait, not in effect? except for one match, but only if they are by themselves... Oh and Bill Watts is sending the old title belt to a Japanese prince who contacted him online about an investment opportunity... just... Never-mind, Bill Watts World is an interesting place. commonly disrespected for being boring, but for our money, we found ourselves a real gem of a B-show PPV in this one! Including a hell of an opener and a downright fantastic heavyweight title match between Sting and Big Van Vader!
So join us as we review WCW's Great American Bash 1992!
Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, Inbetweeners, Step Right Up! For the latest edition of The Golden Age of Grappling! On the show this week we trek back to the death rattle of Crocket Promotions! As the Southern Fried Wrasslers take the fight to Vince McMahon’s backyard! Its the Counter-programming to the Royal Rumble! Featuring 4 matches, Bare-bones mistake riddled production and one of the worst main events we’ve watched here on the GrappleCast.
So Join us as we review the NWA’s Bunkhouse Stampede from 1988!
Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys, Girls and Inbetweeners, step right up! To The Golden Age of Grappling! This week the retirement home lets out as World Championship Wrestling hosts the Legends Reunion! See 60+ year-old men attempt to wrestle while even older men go into business for themselves when given 30 seconds of spotlight! The Assassin vs Dusty Rhodes! The Crusher Vs Ox Baker! And Eric Bischoff vs the lighting rig!
We reviewed WCW's Slamboree 1993! A Legends Reunion!
Welcome One! Welcome All! to the Golden Age of Grappling! This week join us as we take a trip south of the Mason-Dixon for a good ole fashioned Southern Wrasslin' event! See the Inter-gender Arm Wrestling Championship change hands! Uber-Patriotic Propaganda speeches! Scott Steiner learning to take a clothesline! and Psycho Sid actually shows up to stand on his Lazy Susan!
We reviewed WCW's Clash of the Champions 14: Dixie Dynamite from 1991!
Welcome one, welcome all to the Golden Age of Grappling! This week we trip back to the 700 mph downhill rush of WCW Nitro as they raced to kill their company as quickly as possible! See Kevin Nash agree to put his career on the line for absolutely no reason! Watch as Scott Norton and Buff Bagwell have the closest thing to an acceptable match of the night! And Witness Raven do nothing as his crew of ICP and Vampiro ruin everything slightly fun about this show! OH yeah, and Hogan changed his clothes...
We reviewed WCW Nitro Episode 203 from August 9th of 1999!
Welcome one, Welcome All! To the Golden Age of Grappling! Witness yet another attempt to take over the WCW by yet another evil faction! Listen as Scott and Rick Steiner see who can get worse at promos faster, see the arrival of THE BODY to WCW's announce team, and listen as Jim Ross and Tony Schiavone try to out-play-by-play one another! And we'll recap our attendance of NXT Live in Indianapolis!
Hey there Chap! You there, Young Lady! Come near, listen close...
I shall tell you a tale of disgrace, of putting on a black face, where Sting's helicopters chase, and the CaveBabes wear lace. Big Van Vader and Race, in a Sweet Mountain Base, NWA, Slow Pace, Ventura Headcase.
Guitars will be screaching, as Maxx Payne approaches, Great Muta is Teaching, as Jim Cornette Coaches.
What more could one want? Perhaps a better wrestler? Have the Hollywood Blonds, and Marc Mero, Court Jester.
This week we reviewed the WCW's Superbrawl 3 from 1993 The WHITE CASTLE OF FEAR!
Gather round and hear the tale, my little ones, For tis the tale of when the WcW decided to promote, sell tickets to, and broadcast an "Unsanctioned" event! Not only that, they hath done the same thing four years in a row already! See "Ten Cent" Vincent Virgil take on The Second Most Electrifying Man in the Biz, and black Marty Jennety, Stevie Ray! as the two battle for leadership of the NWO Black and White! Then in a FIT of FURIOUS CONFUSION the WcW booked a First Blood Barbed Wire Cage Match! No listen, that seriously happened, and Yeah, it went about as well as could be expected. This week we reviewed WCW Uncensored 1999!