Welcome One, Welcome ALL! To another edition of the Golden Age of Grappling! This week in light of NXT having their 25th takeover (Which we discuss as well in current wrestling) we go back just 3 short years to NXT’s 10th Takeover event! Tye Dillenger is Super Over! Asuka kicks the consciousness out of Nia Jax! The Revival and American Alpha steal the show! Austin Aries is being overshadowed! and HHH really really liked this one part of an old Jim Johnston track!
THE END IS HERE! and the Beginning of the end has just begun?
We reviewed NXT Takeover: The End from June of 2016!
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 all others! Welcome! To the Golden Age of Grappling! This week we head back to the first year of Turner Broadcasting's WCW! Attendance was down! Revenue was down! But the Talent was fantastic! We follow Missy Hyatt and Robin Green on a trip to the mall! Great Muta debuts the YELLOW MIST in america! The Road Warriors do some Beef-Mashin' against the Samoan Swat Team! And Terry Funk is certifiably insane, and possibly wanted for attempted murder!
We reviewed the WCW's Clash of the Champions 8 from 1989!
Welcome One, Welcome All! To the Golden Age of Grappling! Step right up and witness the debut of DOOM! The Naming of the Frankensteiner! JR's original first love, Dr Death Steve Williams! Skateboarding Johnny Ace! Shane Douglas holding a skateboard! Trophy Smashing! a Meltzer-rated ***** match! and Good Ole-Fashioned gratuitous cleavage!
We reviewed WCW's Clash of the Champions IX from 1989!
Gather 'round my wrestling fans. Listen and hear us clear as we tell the tale of the great WAR of 1990... As Cactus Jack fought an escaped mental patient, while the MAN CALLED STING hobbled around on crutches, and The Undertaker first discovered his love for the motorcycle riding indoors.
This week we reviewed WCW's WrestleWAR '90: WILD THING!