In the penultimate episode David & Scott look at the latest standings in the league table and look at who might be a valuable pick next season. David even offers some advice for those competing in season 5.
Chris & Nathan are reunited to continue their quest of reviewing all head-to-head episodes of WWF Raw and WCW Nitro. On Episode 7 we rewind to October 9th, 1995!
In a massive week for Nitro, Sting defends his WCW United States Championship against Shark, plus Sabu, Big Bubba Rogers and Road Warrior Hawk all return to the podcast. Our huge main event sees Arn Anderson locked inside a steel cage with Ric Flair.
Over on Raw, we witnessed one of the biggest matches of the podcast so far - as Undertaker, Shawn Michaels and WWF Champion Diesel, join forces to take on the team of Yokozuna, Owen Hart and The British Bulldog.
It's Episode 6, with Chris & Nathan reviewing WWF Raw and WCW Nitro from October 2nd, 1995! With Nitro taking a huge lead on Raw in the ratings last week, could the WWF bounce back?
After a huge wait, we FINALLY see Bret Hart wrestle, as he takes on Jean-Pierre Lafiette in our main event. Plus, The 1-2-3 Kid gets his rematch against Razor Ramon, and we get our first glimpses of Hunter Hearst Helmsley and PG-13.
Over on Nitro, it's a stacked card from top to bottom, as Lex Luger takes on Randy Savage - with Luger's WCW career on the line. Dean Malenko and Eddie Guerrero make their WCW debuts, and in our main event, it's a rematch from Fall Brawl as Arn Anderson goes up against Ric Flair.
David and Steven discuss the fallout from AEW Revolution, with new stables and new challengers emerging on Dynamite. And on NXT, they review the two cage matches and the intrigue surrounding the build towards NXT Takeover Tampa.
Scott & Grant run through a very busy month for New Japan. We have the New Beginning tour which features several high profile matches and two big retirement events. Rounded off with some brief bits of news.
This was recorded before the coronavirus ruined New Japan's March schedule
David and Steven are back as they discuss the fallout from NXT Takeover Portland and the emerging potential feuds on the road to Wrestlemania. They also discuss all the action from this week's AEW Dynamite, including the highly anticipated steel cage match between Cody and Wardlow.
David, Steven and Ross preview the upcoming NXT Takeover taking place in the Pacific North West. With four title matches, a street fight and a dream match all taking place, we break down this loaded match card and give our predictions.
The ever changing show has changed its name again, but this time its for GOOD!
Ryan Squared are back with their (sometimes) weekly Smackdown Review show
In this episode, we try our best once again to talk about anything other than Smackdown!
Sarah & Kwaku bring you another instalment of their show all about Scottish Wrestling. Promotions discussed were Discovery, Fierce Females, ICW, Reckless Intent, Source and SWA. Subscribe now for future shows and join in the chat on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter @SuplexRetweet
It's Episode 5 of the Monday Night Rewind as Nathan Fisher and Chris Murray look back on a huge night of wrestling from September 25th, 1995.
For WCW, Kurasawa and the Disco Inferno make their Nitro debuts. Plus, "The Macho Man" Randy Savage goes up against "The Taskmaster" Kevin Sullivan, and Lex Luger takes on Meng in our main event.
On RAW, we're fresh off a big night at In Your House 3: Triple Header, when all the belts were on the line! Who will hold the straps 24 hours removed?
We're back from our winter break! On episode 4 of the Monday Night Rewind, Chris and Nathan review WWF Raw and WCW Nitro from September 18th, 1995.
24 hours removed from WCW Fall Brawl, what condition will World Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan be in? Plus, we see the debut of the American Males, and Ric Flair takes on Brian Pillman. Over on RAW, The 1-2-3 Kid goes up against Razor Ramon in a battle for respect, and Owen Hart & Yokozuna take on Men on a Mission in our huge main event.
The team preview the 2020 Worlds Collide show where NXT faces off against NXT UK. Join David, Allan, Scott and Steven as they give their predictions for this event and who will come out on top in this all out brand warfare to kick off the 2020 Royal Rumble weekend.
We have a new name for the show... AGAIN!
Promise this will be the last one, it will alllll make sense when you listen to the show!
On this weeks episode of Takin' Smack//Anyway... Back to the Wrestling, Ryan Squared look back at Friday Night Smackdown from January 17th 2020, as well as the usual off topic, nothing to do with Smackdown (or even wrestling) nonsense!
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Scott and Grant are back to recap three of the biggest nights of the wrestling calendar with both nights of Wrestle Kingdom 14 and New Years Dash. From long term storylines being paid off, new champions being crowned and marquee matches being set up for the New Beginning tour they break it all down.
Ross is joined by the GOAT David Campbell to look back at when WWE use put on the occasional UK PPV. Ross guides a confused David through a show that features The Rock battling more McMahon drama and Big show forms a tag team we didn't know we wanted
Steven and Scott are back as they bring you up to-date with all the action that has happened on NWA Powerr since Into The Fire, including their thoughts on Nick Aldis' new stable. They also break down Marty Scurll's new deal with ROH and how it could affect NWA.
After a special TakeOver, Gary, Allan and Kwaku discuss the show before heading back up to Glasgow discussing the matches, atmosphere in the Empress Ballroom and what could be in store in the coming weeks of NXTUK. Subscribe now for more shows and join in the chat on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter @SuplexRetweet
David and Kwaku discuss AEW's Anniversary edition of Dynamite as well as this week's episode of NXT which saw the first two matches of the 2020 Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic and a #1 contender's match.
In this bonus episode of the Monday Night Rewind, join Chris and Nathan as they watch Fall Brawl 1995.
Flyin' Brian Pillman and Johnny B. Badd go head-to-head for the #1 Contendership to the US Title, Ric Flair and Arn Anderson finally meet in the ring, and in the main event, Hulk Hogan and his Maniacs (Randy Savage, Sting and Lex Luger) taking on The Taskmaster's Dungeon Of Doom (The Zodiac, The Shark, Meng and Kamala).
This week, Chris and Nathan rewind to September 11, 1995, when WCW and WWF go head-to-head for the first time ever.
On Nitro, Sabu debuts against 'Das Wunderkind' Alex Wright, Sting defends the US Title against VK Wallstreet, and Lex Luger gets his shot at Hulk Hogan's World Heavyweight Championship. Over on RAW, The British Bulldog takes on Razor Ramon, and Shawn Michaels puts up his Intercontinental Championship against Sid.
On the debut episode of MNR, Nathan and Chris look back at the first airing of Monday Nitro from The Mall of America in Bloomington, MN!
Flyin' Brian Pillman takes on Jushin Thunder Liger in a dream opening match, while Ric Flair goes up against Sting for the US Title, and in the main event, Hulk Hogan defends the World Heavyweight Championship versus Big Bubba Rogers.
Welcome to the first edition of the RAW Report! This week, Steven Wilson is joined by Ross Mcleod as they break down the 4th of November episode from the podcast's favourite city in the States - Uniondale, New York.