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 Gentleman! Boys, Girls and all the others... WELCOME! To the Golden Age of Grappling! This week we trip back to semi-recent history with Ring of Honor Wrestling! Witness the fun that was Steve Corino and Kevin Kelly on announce duty! See Kevin Steen (Owens) against Shinsuke Nakamura, Michael Bennet vs Hiroshi Tanahashi and even Jay Lethal vs KUSHIDA! And hear our thoughts on this year's Global Wars show in Columbus, Ohio that we attended this weekend!
Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Tis the Golden Age of Grappling! Join us as we take a look at the "#RawAfterMania" from 1996. See the debut of Mankind! The Debut of WildMan Marc Mero! A main event of Justin 'Hawk' Bradshaw vs the Undertaker!
This week we reviewed WWF Raw Episode 153 from 1996!
Also this week we have an extended recap and discussion of all of WrestleMania 32 and NXT Takeover Dallas!
Come One! Come ALL! Its the Golden Age of Grappling! See death defying leaps by over age luchadores! See Hirooki Goto go through his Tina Turner phase! Watch a young Rainmaker survive a short match with the Dynasty Warrior Knock-off himself, YOSHI-HASHI, only to don a Donald Trump like hairdo and confront the 1/100 Ace Tanahashi!
We reviewed NJPW's Wrestle Kingdom 6 and previewed NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 10!
Come One Come All! To The Golden Age of Grappling Podcast! This week we have a double feature! See Wrestling New and Old! First we review New Japan's King of Pro Wrestling 2015! Then Travel with us back in time to 1993 where we review the WCW/NJPW Supershow 3! And witness Ron Simmons taking on Jack from the original Tekken Game (Tony Halme)!
This week's show is a fantastic mix of both good and bad wrestling, and its Oh soo much fun.