The guys have to talk about the outcome of their Survivor Series predictions with Rogue Opinions and accept the punishment that's coming to them. From there they talk Survivor Series, Takeover WarGames & some Impact Wrestling taking a detour to talk Transformers.
They do have a double Frasier to boost spirits looking at the first 2 episodes of Season 4.
After getting side tracked by the Jim Cornette controversy the guys bring you the first in their monthly series looking back at the In Your House PPV's. The first edition brings us the company trying to give away a house, Bret steals the show in the opener and Sid challenges Diesel in the main event. We look at all of it as well as preparing predictions for Survivor Series.
The guys finish another Frasier season with 3 episodes with a lot to talk about before looking back on this latest season. Before that they get sidetracked talking about CM Punk's return to WWE TV, Survivor Series and look ahead to next week's In Your House review that leads them onto Bret Hart.
Due to circumstances outwith their control the guys are unable to bring you the promised Beyond the Mat review. Instead after some preamble they review the best & most quotable of the Monty Python movies with the Holy Grail. Listen to them quote the majority of the film, discuss how the film holds up and issues with the ending.
The guys celebrate reaching 2 years and 100 episodes by looking back at some highlights of the last year and some ideas they have for the future. They've also got plenty of wrestling to talk about from Crown Jewel, NXT being part of Survivor Series and Scott went to ICW Fear & Loathing.
With 2 big milestones happening at once we decided to split the celebration into 2 parts. Stay tuned for Part 2 where we will be looking back at Beyond the Mat.
While the guys do talk about Fin Balor's heel turn and the fall out from Impact's Bound for Glory this is a less wrestling focused episode. Instead Paul talks about a Metallica tribute band, Scott's a wingman, they talk Irn Bru and an episode of Frasier with Bebe at the centre.
This week the guys talk about a range of subjects from true crime documentaries, Bound for Glory, WWE's failure at times to develop and grow with its audience. This week's Frasier review is not our strongest one.
Main thing you should tune for is to find out what the hell this title is about.
With a week to reflect the guys discuss the events of Hell in a Cell specifically the Fiend not winning the Universal Championship before being traded to SmackDown. There's a lot of negativity towards WWE's recent actions considering all of the alternatives there are at the moment.
From there we have a non wrestling rant from Paul, Scott filled in an interesting job application and there's a double Frasier.
There's been a big week of wrestling and the guys are here to talk about it. They discuss if there was a clear winner in the first week of the Wednesday night war before Scott has a rant about the conclusion to SmackDown's first episode on FOX. We even talk about Impact Wrestling.
Before that they talk nonsense about Scott stepping in a ring, Burnistoun, Paul's got some early birthday gifts and more. So much rambling we didn't have time for our Frasier review.
A chat about Paul's ever growing wrestling VHS collection takes them on a journey covering jobbers, Impact, Owen Hart and even Hot Ones. The cover an etiquette focused episode of Frasier which causes them to give their pet peeves when it comes to manners and get distracted constantly distracted.
Finally Scott reads a tweet regarding the NXT vs AEW war and Paul has a theory regarding the universal title.
The guys are here to talk about their two favourite subjects: Wrestling & Frasier. We've got another double Fraiser review with episodes that have a common theme. We run through the events of Clash of champions and how it will lead into Hell in a Cell most importantly Fiend possibly becoming Universal champion. As well as this we discuss goings on in wrestling both current & old.
Despite this episode not going out until after Clash of Champions the guys talk about all the storylines going into the show unsure of how right or wrong they are. They also talk about Scott's Birthday and make up for a lack of Frasier by waxing lyrical about the Good Place.
Spoilers for the Good Place
The guys do talk about All Out, NXT UK Takeover Cardiff and Jericho going viral but not as much as they thought they would. Most of the show is spent talking about Scott's holiday which included a strange sight, a double Frasier review of two strong episodes, the good place and more.
With Scott on Holiday the guys pre rerecorded this absolutely random episode.
They cover Bottom (Paul yells out random quotes), Funko pops and spend a while talking about their lack of video game knowledge. They planned on covering Black Books and their usual Frasier Review but didn't get to it. Scott does set Paul an interesting challenge.
The guys are here to cover everything that happened at SummerSlam 2019 but really what they want to talk about is the entrance and first match of the Fiend. Before that though they talk a lot about video games and have a double Frasier review which sees the final appearance of Kate Costas. They also briefly touch on the return of the King of the Ring tournament.
In this second part we take a look back at SummerSlam 1993. We couldn't do it alone however as we are joined by another Paul from a Scott and Paul Podcast for a fun crossover.
We look at Lex Luger's push as an all American face and if he should have won the title. As well as our Paul's hatred of Bret hart and Scott getting into trouble for his comments on the Heavenly Bodies.
We hope to do more with the other Scott and Paul in the future.
An episode so big we had to release it in two parts.
In this first part the guys talk about their week and about TV shows before focusing on SummerSlam. They look at all the matches that have been announced so far and make their predictions.
Stay tuned for part 2 where we have a retro SummerSlam review.
Brain sits in on the episode and the result is not what the guys originally planned. Instead we get the sequel to the Ultimate Ramble.
We talk everything from confectionery, potential changes in how WWE is being presented following Lesnar's assault on Rollins, an all over the place Frasier review and much more.
The guys are back to talk all the major goings on in wrestling such as the first in ring appearance of the Fiend, Extreme Rules & the 24/7 Championship. They also cover a highly entertaining Niles focused episode of Frasier as well as the rules of a buffet.
This week the guys chat about their week which includes Scott's struggle with an Uber Eats order before Paul's issues with how people act music gigs and Wrestling shows. A double Frasier of two of Scott's least favourite episodes which leads into Paul explaining in detail why he prefers Mel to Daphne.
They don't talk about wrestling a lot in this episode briefly covering the card for Extreme Rules. It's a long episode with a lot of interesting discussions.
This week the guys talk the big stories in wrestling like Fyter Fest's unprotected chair shot and the appointment of Paul Heyman and Eric Bischoff in key creative roles in WWE.
From there they move into their latest and perhaps most passionate career retrospective covering the career of Bray Wyatt. They talk the transition from Husky Harris to Bray Wyatt, his early promos and the many missed opportunities with him over the years. They close by talking their reactions to the Firefly Funhouse and where they think it could go.
Prepare for a two hour plus show with a lot of ranting.
After a gap between episodes the guys are back for a two hour show full of rambling. We talk about WWE Stomping Grounds being better than expected, a strong episode of Frasier and how AEW being TV-14 will affect them going against WWE. Along the way the ramble about such things as American adaptations of British TV shows, bowling and the Job Squad.
Stay tuned till the end to hear what's coming up.
Scott's watched Super Showdown & is not happy about it. Tune into to hear him rant about the card including Triple H vs Randy Orton & Undertaker vs Goldberg. From there they move onto more positive things in wrestling like Takeover 25 & Jon Moxley. There's also a great episode of Frasier involving Bulldog.
It's been a while since the last episode but that just means we have a lot to cover this week. We have all the results & fallout of Money in the Bank like Brock becoming Mr Money in the Bank, the new matches announced for super showdown & the 24/7 championship.
Scot runs down the events of AEW's debut PPV Double or Nothing from Dustin's performance, references to WWE & the debut of Jon Moxley. All this and a highly entertaining episode of Frasier to review.
We sat down with previous guest Shotgun Kieran Kelly ahead of his defence of the Scottish X Championship against old rival Leyton Buzzard for SWA. He talks the importance of this match with Leyton as well as being one half of the SWA tag team champions with Craig Anthony, what other titles he has his eye on and how it felt to take part in ICW's first ever King of Hawners tournament.
After some general chat about the Firefly fun house taking a dark turn & Undertaker vs Goldberg being announced for the next Saudi Arabia show the guys delve into their latest career retrospective.
This time they look back at the long career of one of wrestling's best characters: Goldust. They talk his time as Dustin Rhodes to the early incarnation of the Goldust character and some of the strangest moments he's been involved. They also discuss if Goldust should've had a run as world champion and what his future will be following Double or Nothing.
This week the guys talk about a range of topics including wrestling tapes, firefly fun house, cake and a double Frasier review featuring differing opinions.
Note* There may be some technical issues towards the end. Apologies
After a few weeks off from reviewing Frasier the guys cover the final 3 episodes of season 2. They analyse the episodes themselves before discussing their thoughts on season 2 overall and how it compares to season 1.
Before that they have a chat about TV shows and what they've been up to including Scott recounting a wedding he went to.
After some chat about their week and the Bray Wyatt fun-house segment the guys delve into another career retrospective. This time around they're looking at the career of Scotland's own Drew McIntyre/Galloway. From his days as the chosen one to 3MB to his release that led to him concurring the indies before making his return to WWE two years ago. They also talk about what they hope the future holds for Drew in WWE.
This was supposed to be a show about the Superstar Shake up and Scott going to NXT UK. We talk about that but most of the show is spent discussing Easter and their favourite types of confectionery. Then there's an argument about Pineapple on Pizza that threatens to tear the guys apart.
Probably our biggest episode so far in terms of talking content. Scott breaks down NXT Takeover New York and some big talking points from G1 Supercard and the Hall of Fame. They have a helpful guide through another entertaining episode of Frasier. To cap it off we break down the biggest show of the year WrestleMania 35, how it compares to recent Manias and talk about whether or not it lived up to the hype.
All that and so much more random topics in this near 3 hour episode.
With WrestleMania 35 so close the guys go in depth trying to predict the MANY matches on the card. As well as this they talk the major talking points from Raw & SmackDown as well as some older stuff talking about the latest additions to Paul's wrestling VHS collection. There is also the best Frasier review in a while.
Note: This was recorded before NXT Takeover.
Things are all out of sort. Scott's sick. Paul had a job interview. They talk all about it as well as the sad finale to Still Game, the most recent developments in the WrestleMania card including Kofi vs Bryan, the now confirmed women's main event & Scott talks who he thinks will win at NXT Takeover New York. All rapped up with a well put together episode of Frasier.
After spending too long discussing Ted Bundy & Netflix documentaries Paul talks his excitement about Bill & Ted 3. After their weekly Frasier review they discuss the Best & Worst WrestleManias. They talk what makes a WrestleMania good from the stories to the set up to the moments that make it memorable. They also talk which WrestleManias they think are underrated .
A packed episode this week with the fall out of Fastlane & another double Frasier covering two good episodes this time. Then the guys spend an hour recapping the career of Roman Reigns looking at the main mistakes made with his push, how unfair some of the fan backlash was, when could he have turned heel & where will Roman go from here.
The guys friendship is tested as they go head to head to see who has the superior Frasier knowledge. Before that they talk nonsense about Friends & quickly rundown the main goings on in wrestling including who they think will win at Fastlane.
This week the guys bring you a two hour episode talking everything from ICW's Square Go which Scott attended, two episodes of Frasier that Paul hates, DX & Honky Tonk Man going into the hall of fame and much more. There's plenty of rants in this episode. Tune in next week for our Frasier quiz.
Note: This was supposed to go out before Scott's trip to Amsterdam
The guys chat all sorts in the world of wrestling from ICW's last show before the Square Go to the potential triple threat main event of Wrestlemania to Bayley's booking on the main roster.
Also a highly entertaining episode of Frasier
A huge episode as the guys breakdown Takeover and the Royal Rumble as well as all the news about people potentially leaving WWE. Its topped off by a double Frasier review and some weird jokes about Christmas.
The guys go through a lot of names to find out who in the history wrestling deserves to be known as the biggest dick in Wrestling. Purely based on their real life actions. This is followed by a quick rundown of the Rumble and takeover cards as well as who they think will win.
This week after Scott recounts a particularly stressful week he recaps his trip to Blackpool for NXT UK Takeover. They also talk about changes to the Rumble card and look ahead to what they'd like to see in 2019 in wrestling. There's also a heartfelt Frasier episode.
Note: This episode was recorded last week before Scott went to Blackpool
This episode feature talks about the possibilities created with the launch of All Elite Wrestling, a two part Frasier review and even a Paul rant.
Scott is joined by the first ever Source Wrestling Champion Alexander Darwin MacAllan. Alexander talks what it means to be the first Source champion, how he feels about Kieran Kelly, his future goals and dream opponents.
The guys get together for the first time in 2019 to talk all about their Christmas & New Year. They also catch up on what's been going on in wrestling and the episodes of Frasier they've missed.
Note: This was recorded before the Leyton Buzzard interview.
Scott is joined by the Prodigy Leyton Buzzard to talk about the growth of Wrestling Experience Scotland as well as his upcoming match with Jackie Polo.
He also talks his work in ICW as Joe Hendry's intern, his matches against Kieran Kelly and his goals for the future.
A belated Christmas gift as we bring you an episode filled with outtakes and unheard movements over the last year of the podcast. Hope you have a good laugh at our expense and we'll be back in the new year.
The guys get together for the last time in 2018 to chat about Christmas before breaking down the events of TLC. They also quickly talk about the events of the post TLC RAW & SmackDown.
Look out for our outtakes episode sometime after Christmas before we reconvene in 2019.
Scott spoke to NGW & Defiant Wrestling commentator Dave Bradshaw. Dave talks his career beginnings, how he approaches commentating, the rise of WCPW/Defiant, His thoughts of James R Kennedy and much more.
Rising star of the Scottish Wrestling scene Kieran Kelly joins us to talk about his training with the Source Wrestling School, his introduction to ICW as the ref in longest match in wrestling history as well as some of his goals for the future.
A lot to get through in this just over 2 hour episode. Paul's been reading the death of WCW book, Scott's been to Fear & Loathing 11 & there's an episode of Frasier about parenting. There's also quite a deep discussion about being who you are and more
A smaller episode than usual due to circumstances out of our control. Despite this a lot is talked about in such a small amount of time. A very well written & funny episode of Fraiser is discussed. There's also some brief chat about what's happening in wrestling, hosting etiquette and a look ahead to a big wrestling weekend
A lot to talk about this week as the guys rundown the events of this past weekend and everything that happened at Takeover WarGames and Survivor Series. From there an interesting discussion emerges about the potential future of WWE with the new deals coming up.
Before that they make up for last week by giving you a double Frasier review.
The guys rundown the big changes to Survivor series 2018 card and what effect this will have going forward. Scott talks some NXT & recaps the latest ICW Fight club taping he attended. To top it off the guys look back at a classic Survivor Series looking at 1996. They talk SID in the main event, The Rock's debut and compare Flash Funk to a Power Rangers character.
Sorry that the NXT chat is out of date
Scott & Paul bring you a packed episode to kick off their second year. Brain even joins them for a bit.
They talk Roman Reigns, Evolution, Crown Jewel, some questions about viscera and much more. Features possibly the best Frasier review so far.
Craig is back with Scott and Paul to help celebrate their 1 year anniversary. There's drinks, there's laughs and plenty of fun chat.
Paul has a justified rant about Jamie Oliver, there's talk about movies and favourite moments from the last year. Rounded off with Scott & Paul giving their thoughts on a Frasier episode as they watch it.
Due to scheduling issues Paul wasn't able to record this week instead Scott is joined by friends Craig & Sam. They catch up, talk movies and reminisce about their time together in college making movies of their own. Paul will be back next week for our 1 year anniversary.
Note: The Frasier review was pre recorded a week ahead of time. Sorry if sounds like it comes in abruptly
This week the guys do their usual chat about their week ans wrestling among other things. They also talk about another fun Frasier episode and Scott talks being on Eat Sleep Suplex Retweet which leads to an interesting idea
As promised here is a shorter episode(sort of) to make up for last week. Scott talks more ICW & £5 wrestling before a Frasier review that's all over the place. Also Scott has a story about a drinking game that nearly killed him
Better late than never as the guys go in depth discussing the best and the worst gimmicks in Wrestling history. They also talk about an okay episode of Frasier and Scott talks the big moments from ICW's BraveHearto show.
They'll be back in a couple of days with a shorter episode.
The guys had a few drinks while watching Survivor Series 2002 but that probably won't affect the review in any way. They talk a strong card featuring the first ever Elimination Chamber match, Hardcore rules for the Women's Championship and a multi man tag match featuring some of Paul's least favourite wrestlers.
There's also concerns over the show being edited and Shawn Micheals attire.
Scott's had quite an interesting week and he's talking all about it. Including going to ICW and taking part in a wrestling themed quiz. There's also some general chat and a slightly underwhelming episode of Frasier.
Paul hasn't seen Takeover Brooklyn 4 or SummerSlam so Scott does his best to run down the events and results of both shows which allows for a lot of discussion. They also have some very interesting non wrestling related chat
As well as Frasier and their usual ramblings the guys talk about the news including the passing of Jim Neidhart, G1 Supercard selling out and the Cabana Punk lawsuit. The finish by running down the card for Takeover Brooklyn and SummerSlam.
This week the guys bring you a double review of Frasier followed by a discussion about all the issues they have with Bret Hart. Both as a wrestler and as a person.
Scott also briefly talks about attending his first Discovery wrestling show.
Normality resumes as the guys talk about all the major goings on in the world of wrestling. This includes their attempt at tackling the Hogan situation as well as discussing G1 supercard, WWE Evolution and NXT. There's also another double Frasier review. Plenty to talk about this week.
After some pre ramblings the guys once again try to determine who is the Brain & who is the Weasel (in tribute to Bobby Heenan). They test each others wrestling knowledge with 15 questions each. Paul forget to prepare his questions so makes it up as he goes.
Two weeks late but the guys finally have that discussion about WWE's Ruthless Aggression Era. Some interesting discussion about some of the stuff going on backstage at the time and some of the weird storylines that came out of that era.
Before that Scott briefly talks the UK championship tournament, they discuss their week and argue about a pair of sunglasses. They also talk about a very sweet episode of Frasier.
A lot to talk about as Scott gushes over yet anpther great NXT Takover before talking about ICW & Money In The Bank. There's highs (the ladder matches, Last Man Standing, Ronda vs Nia), There's middles (Roman vs Jinder, Bobby vs Sami) and crushing lows( Asuka vs Carmella). As usual they discuss Frasier as well.
The guys open with the usual rambling about their week before Scott gives his thoughts on New Japan's Dominion show and they discuss and interesting episode of Fraiser.
We spent more time on certain subjects than others so we'll have to have our Ruthless Aggression era next week.
The guys are here with a slightly shorter episode for reasons out of their control. However they do have a brand new segment that for now they're calling Nervosa Grande where they review every single episode of Frasier. They start this week by breaking down the pilot episode.
They'll be back with a longer episode next week.
This week Craig returns to talk about going to his first live wrestling show & Scott tells some stories from ICW & Inside the Ropes Live. In between the guys talk about everything including a weird discussion about Trump supporters, snow, films and piss.
It's a chaotic one.
The guys talk a little bit about Backlash and spend the rest of the time trying to talk about anything else. After that Scott has a nearly hour long interview with former Power Slam editor & ITR team member Fin Martin. Fin discusses his favourite/least favourite aspects of running Power Slam, His E books & upcoming projects.
Note: I couldn't find the song we were originally going to use at the end.
This week the guys talk about not understanding other sports, Wine and most importantly some of the most underrated theme songs in Wrestling. Scott also announces for next week the podcasts first ever interview.
Note: After we finished recording Paul changed his music choice.
This week after some general chat Scott talks being live at ICW's BarraMania 4 and getting drunk. After that they breeze through the under card of the Greatest Rumble before getting into the match itself. This includes the death of the Revival, Bryan's iron man performance & Titus's hilarious botch.
A shorter episode coming to you a couple of days later. Scott & Paul chat about their week, making short films, Irn Bru and other projects. Tune in on Tuesday for our review of the Greatest Royal Rumble.
Scott and Paul have a lot of wrestling to get through. They brave through the Cena Nikki breakup before getting into Star Ratings, the Greatest Royal Rumble and the Superstar Shakeup.
There's also some chat about Irn Bru & Still Game.
Strap in for a nearly 2 hour show where Scott gushes over NXT Takeover New Orleans before the guys delve into WrestleMania 34. They have some interesting differences in opinion while complimenting what was really good and ranting on what was really bad.
Scott & Paul talk about one of the most fondly remembered WrestleMania's of all time. They talk the good and the bad in the whole card featuring some differing in opinions.
As well as this Scott talks ICW & they offer some predictions for this Sundays WrestleMania 34.
It's a long one so strap in.
With WrestleMania fast approaching Scott & Paul are here to review WrestleMania 18. They talk some of the filler matches, how great Hogan vs Rock is, if Hogan vs Austin should have ever happened and the disappointing main event. Next week we review Mania 17.
Scott and Paul have some general chat before getting into Scott's issues with Mojo Rawley and the latest episode of Still Game with spoilers. They talk the events of the last episode, favourite moments from past episodes and where the show is going. Starting next week we will be focusing on WrestleMania.
Craig fills in for Paul this week but there's still plenty of Rambling. The talk about the beast from the east, Black Panther, Three Billboards, Movie villains and Still Game. Paul will be back next week and hopefully we'll have Craig back on again.
Scott and Paul talk about their week as well as topics they didn't get to last week. They talk new signings to WWE, the Enzo situation and Triple H possibly running WWE. Apologies in advanced for a news story Paul tells
Scott & Paul have a packed show. Paul rants again, they look to pay tribute to John Mahoney and talk a lot about NXT Takeover and Royal Rumble. Even after all that there's still stuff they had to leave to next week
Scott and Paul review another classic Rumble this time the 2001 Rumble. It features Benoit and Jericho in an IC title ladder match, a tangent about the Patriot, Kane setting a record and what would be the Mania main event that year.
Scott & Paul review what is thought to be the best Rumble ever. After a short anecdote about filming a short film they delve right in. They talk the highs(Star power in the rumble match and Piper's only title win) and the Downs (15 minute Bushwackers match) before discussing if it's as great as people say.
Scott & Paul answer last weeks challenge and test each others wrestling knowledge. In tribute to Bobby Heenan they looked to see who's the Brain and who's the Weasel. There's little banter they go right into the quiz.
Scott and Paul bring you their very first PPV review. They start with a PPV that was one of the first wrestling DVD's Scott owned which sadly didn't hold up. They talk an underwhelming under card, a boring world title match which takes us into Paul's dislike of Benoit as champion (and in general) and a great Hell in a cell main event
With Craig not being available to record and the Christmas movie episode being postponed Scott and Paul scramble for things to talk about. They talk about Yo Yo's, Action movies, Old school wrestling, Scott's problem with an elf and what's coming up.
This week Scott and Paul are joined by their friend Craig for over an hour of movie chat. Scott and Craig spend a good amount of time trying to explain the Room to Paul. From there they talk about such topics as Nicolas Cage, Transformers and Horror Movies. Probably the best one we've done so far.
This weeks starts with Scott describing his recent trip to Aberdeen to see the Killers along with general chat. From there the guys talk which wrestlers lives could be turned into movies and various wrestlers appearing in movies. There are plenty of tangents along the way.
Scott watched Survivor Series live and Paul watched it the next day so they decide to review it. To Scott's surprise Paul seemed to enjoy it. Before that though Scott shares his thoughts of Takeover War Games and ICW Fear & Loathing X. Then they go over all the positives and negatives of Survivor Series while constantly going off topic.
The guys start with some general chat about what they've been up to and what they've got coming up. Then they talk about why they're fans of wrestling, What appealed to them and general opinions on the product. Warning: The studio stopped recording halfway through so there is a change in the audio. Part of the discussion may have been lost
After taking time for Paul's Ghostbusters rant, some Law & Order chat and Scott's recent trip to a WWE live event the guys get into the main discussion. They discus how they found Frasier and Black Books, what their favourite episodes are, who is like certain characters and generally shouting out quotes.