This week! The Attitude Era becomes Self-aware! We keep it classy with Pete Rose and Jennifer Flowers!The Legion of Doom buy new Goalie pads! Sgt Slaughter refuses to allow his estranged daughter Chyna to date Triple H! Sable Powerbombs her way into the hearts of millions! The Brothers of Destruction Collide! And Stone Cold Steve Austin is crowned World Champion!
Damas y Caballeros, Boys and Girls, and anyone else within earshot! Come! Share, and enjoy The Golden Age of Grappling! This week we delve back to 1988 when David McLane (of GLOW fame) tried to take a bunch of the girls and become a real life big time promoter! And to their credit they may be the best part of the show. But in the end, there's only ONE Eiffel Tower, and ONE Mona Lisa, And ONE Leaning Tower of Pizza, But there are TWO non-finishes that main event this program.
Welcome One, Welcome All! To another edition of THE GOLDEN AGE OF GRAPPLING! Witness the Post-Hogan wasteland that was the WWF in 1993! See Survivor Series Classic Matches involving the likes of Ludvig Borga! Adam Bomb! and Marty Jannetty! Learn the history of Thanksgiving from the sears-catalog-cover-Lugar family! And watch Shawn Michaels team with three un-named Knights to take on retired former wrestler hart brothers!
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 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!