Welcome One! Welcome ALL! To the Golden Age of Grappling! This week we give thanks for Rough Old-Lady Wrestlers, Gorilla Monsoon's slightly racist affinity for not naming Asian girls. Jesse Ventura's Grand-pappy, Ephram The Body's, trip on the mayflower, Interviewers who look like Vince McMahon, Quick Tag psychology and Drawn out Pay Per Views!
Welcome One, Welcome All! To the Golden Age of Grappling! rest your eyes and listen as we discuss the very first, and similarly to Star Wars Retroactively numbered, WrestleMania! See the likes of Superstar Special Delivery Jones and Maniac Matt Borne! Hear Baby-face Andre The Giant talk about his desire to retire! And see a son totally overshadowed by his legendary father... Bruno Samartino.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys, Girls, Non-Binary Folks! Any and all are Welcome to the GOLDEN AGE OF GRAPPLING! Witness the Jim Crocket Promotions Sequel that wont live up to the original! See matches between such wrestling legends as Denny Brown, Mike Davis and Brian Adidis! watch as Gordon Solie and Bob Caudle try their hardest to maneuver through the production mayhem that was pre-Wrestlemania pre-PPV wrestling promotion! There is No question about it folks, Its time for the NWA's Granddaddy of them all!
We Reviewed Starrcade 1984: The Million Dollar Challenge!
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!
Ladies and Gentlemen, Please, step right up! To the return of The Golden Age of Grappling! Witness the continuing world of WCW in 1993. This time its BATTLE BOWL! A concept that WCW had used in previous shows, but in 1993 it was given its own pay per view! 8 Tag Team matches that allow their victors to move onto THE MATCH BEY... Wait, No the "SUPER..." no... THE BATTLE BOWL! A 16 man Over-the-top Battle Royal! And to the victor goes... A ring apparently, its never actually shown. Anyway, Witness the havoc that Mean Gene Oakerlund, FiFi and the Chaos of random drawing can wreak on World Championship Wrestling.
Hear Ye! Hear Ye! The Golden Age of Grappling is now in session! All Rise for the entrance of the honorable SHOCKMASTER! That's right, It's THAT time in wrestling. Just a few days after his disaster of a debut, the Shockmaster has been repackaged, downgraded and yet still remains the centerpiece for tonight's main event! WAR GAMES: The Match Beyond! But not only that, witness the Native American-Richie-Rich-upstart-babyface named Charlie Norris as he takes on the blonde-hair'd-blue-eye'd-whitey-McWhiterson, BIG SKY! Watch Arn Anderson try to wrestle a championship worthy tag match against the NASTY BOYS, And Finally the Godwins before they were Godwins, the team of Shanghai Pierce and Tex Slazenger!
Welcome! Welcome, Step Right Up for the Golden Age of Grappling! This week witness Raven's early Darkwing Duck/Madonna inspired gimmick of Scotty Flamingo! Hear JR Rundown the athletic accomplishments of Ron Simmons and Dr Death with the excitement of a man reading his own winning lottery ticket! And the return of a GrappleCast favorite Johnny B Badd as he hosts the most complicated bikini contest in wrestling history! (Oh and three absolutely stone cold fantastic matches!)
Welcome to All! Big and small, young and old! All MAY ENTER! For this week we are going wayyyyy back all the way to 1985. Back before the WWE really had this whole Pay-Per-View thing figured out. Witness a 16 man tournament with less clean finishes than a 15 year old dishwasher. And see Roddy Piper take on Hulk Hogan for the WWF World Championship!
Step Right Up Folks! The Golden Age of Grappling is once again, IN SESSION! Hear about the night Jim Crocket Gave up on running a moral, family friendly, wrestling promotion! Listen as Dusty Rhodes causes mic problems! See the Rowdy One bust an ear drum! And more blood than most are comfortable with in todays modern world.
This week we reviewed the "First Wrestlemania" Starrcade 1983!