John Pollock & Wai Ting review Raw from Memphis with a fantastic segment between John Cena and Roman Reigns to set up their No Mercy match, Alexa Bliss regains the women’s title, Jeff Hardy wins battle royal to get title shot and there was a match with hash tag on the line.
The LAW’s Jason Agnew & Dan “The Mouth” Lovranski are joined live by Jim Ross to chat about the Mae Young Classic; Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer chats the week’s news and John Pollock stops by to recap Mayweather vs. McGregor.
Martin Bushby & Benno are joined by @Strigga to review all three nights of the ROH War of the Worlds U.K. events and chat about the recent Rev Pro Summer Sizzler card.
John Pollock & Court Bauer are back for a special edition to chat Asuka’s NXT departure, Mayweather vs. McGregor fight, Big Cass’ injury, the CM Punk lawsuit, Jon Jones fails drug test and impact on Brock Lesnar, GFW notes and lots more.
Braden Herrington & Bartender Dave step in this week to take over the reigns of Review-A-Wai and review the recently released non-classic “Pure Country Pure Heart” starring Willie Nelson – and more importantly featuring Shawn Michaels.
It’s Mayweather vs. McGregor fight week and John Pollock welcomes three great guests with Showtime’s Corey Erdman, Severe MMA’s Sean Sheehan and then Fight Network’s Cody Saftic joins the show to discuss the Jon Jones drug test failure.
John Pollock & Wai Ting review Smackdown from Brooklyn featuring the debut of Bobby Roode, the return of Shelton Benjamin, Kevin Owens vs AJ Styles for the very last time, Shinsuke Nakamura vs The Singh Brothers, Enzo’s debut on 205 Live and more.
John Pollock & Wai Ting chat Raw from Brooklyn, BEACH BALLS, the main event set for No Mercy, John Cena arrives on Raw and teams with Roman Reigns, fans reject various matches, reaction to SummerSlam & Takeover and more.
WH Park (@whpark9) and JoJo (@jaudiowrestling) recap the final three days of the 2017 G1 Climax. JoJo and WH also do a fantasy draft for next year’s G1 and talk about where New Japan may be headed between now and Wrestle Kingdom.
SummerSlam 2017 is in the books and Jason Agnew & Dan “The Mouth” Lovranski have a full review of the event with lots of your calls, we welcome Dave Meltzer to the show, plus Braden Herrington & Bartender Dave review NXT Takeover.
John Pollock & Jimmy Korderas preview the WWE SummerSlam card this Sunday in Brooklyn with the Fatal Four-Way for the Universal title, Jinder Mahal defending the WWE title against Shinsuke Nakamura and lots more on the six+ hour show.
Comedian Chris Trew joins Brian Mann & Nate Milton for the apex of the David Arquette saga with a review of the May 1, 2000 Monday Nitro – highlights include the return of Rey Mysterio, the end of Tank Abbott’s push, and a graveyard brawl.
John Pollock welcomes Showtime Sports Vice President & General Manager Stephen Espinoza to discuss the negotiations for Floyd Mayweather, Jr. vs. Conor McGregor, working with Dana White, the Ariel Helwani-Showtime story, if President Donald Trump attends the fight and working with McGregor again in the future.
Martin Bushby & Oli Court & Benno are back to chat the recent PROGRESS & ICW cards, Zack Sabre Jr’s recent G-1 performance and then Sean Sedor from Voices of Wrestling provides a live report on the PROGRESS show from NYC.
John Pollock & Wai Ting review the final SmackDown Live before SummerSlam, Baron Corbin’s failed MITB cash in, an incredibly tone deaf & uncomfortable segment to start the show, Jinder Mahal vs. John Cena and a review of 205 Live.
John Pollock & Wai Ting review the final Raw before SummerSlam, a “face-to-face-to-face-to-face”, Bray Wyatt commits a “viscous, acidic liquid attack”, a new Cruiserweight champion, the reunion of Ambrose & Rollins and more.
Jason Agnew & Dan “The Mouth” Lovranski will go through the G-1 Finals and chat with John Pollock; Dave Meltzer stops by from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter; a preview of SummerSlam weekend and LAW Extra on the G-1 Finals.
John Pollock runs through the second night at Sumo Hall for the final set of B Block tournament matches and headlined by the third singles match between Kazuchika Okada and Kenny Omega, plus we go over the final standings and the big performers from the B Block.
John Pollock reviews the final night of A Block tournament matches with Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Tetsuya Naito in the main event at Sumo Hall and the winner going to Sunday’s final in the same arena. Plus, a tremendous match between Zack Sabre, Jr. & Tomohiro Ishii and an incredible G-1 send off for Yuji Nagata.
John Pollock & Wai Ting travel back to the summer of 1999 when the WWF was on fire with the SummerSlam headlined by a three-way and Governor Jesse Ventura returning to referee, a forgettable “Kiss My Ass” match, the worst Undertaker promo uncovered, poor matches and a show stolen by Shane McMahon and Test.
John Pollock seeks to uncover who the “real” Skip Bayless is and how he has injected himself into the Mayweather vs. McGregor promotion with his insightful takes on the fight, plus Fight Network’s Cody Saftic returns to chat all the latest MMA news with Pollock.
Jason Agnew & Braden Herrington chat RAW & Smackdown live in the 6ix, and then they review this week’s NXT- including a red solo cup party, looking ahead to Brooklyn, your feedback… and more!
John Pollock runs through Tuesday’s B Block show from Yokohama, an excellent main event between Kazuchika Okada and Minoru Suzuki, the scenarios set up for the final tournament matches at Sumo Hall, who is still alive and who is out, feedback from listeners and more.
John Pollock & Wai Ting review SmackDown Live with Wai attending live in Toronto, John Cena’s match set for SummerSlam, Jinder Mahal’s popularity in Toronto, Randy Orton pins Mahal clean, reaction to 205 Live and more.
John Pollock & Wai Ting review Monday’s Raw from Toronto with a live review from Pollock and Wai watching the TV version, a Last Man Standing Match main event, Bayley’s interview, more matches for SummerSlam, Brock Lesnar kills Miztourage and lots more.
John Pollock is joined first by WH Park to chat about the G-1 so far, a full review of Saturday’s Osaka card that WH attended live, the night of upsets, Kazuchika Okada suffers first loss in one-year and who is still alive in the B Block. Pollock will also review Sunday’s A Block show from Hamamatsu and the updated point totals.
Jason Agnew & Dan Lovranski are back to chat all the week’s news and will welcome “Filthy” Tom Lawlor to the program, plus chat the new matches for SummerSlam, The “Woken” Hardys, and take your phone calls.
John Pollock runs through Friday’s A Block tournament matches from Ehime headlined by Hiroshi Tanahashi and Togi Makabe, what clicked and didn’t click on this show, another elimination in the block, a preview of Osaka card for Saturday and more.
Rapper and podcaster Open Mike Eagle (@Midnight, The Eric Andre Show, Tights And Fights) boards the Satellite of Hate to ring in the David Arquette Era. The trio discuss a Sting/Vampiro First Blood match, Tylene Buck’s broadcasting debut, and the offensiveness of Hulk Hogan’s vest.
John Pollock is joined by former UFC heavyweight Brendan Schaub to discuss his transition into comedy and working as an analyst for Showtime Sports with the Mayweather vs. McGregor fight. Plus, Pollock runs through the highlights of UFC 214 and the many stories coming out of the card.
Braden Herrington & Jason Agnew are enjoying their summer in the backyard and chat this week’s episode of NXT- including the debut of Kyle O’Reilly, plus they take your feedback… and more!
John Pollock sits down with Smash Wrestling promoter and performer Sebastian Suave to chat about the Smash’s recent TV deal with Fight Network, working with other independent promoters, the state of the independents, the few “needle movers” out there, the positives & negatives of the WWE’s impact and Smash’s upcoming Super Showdown V event in Toronto.