Over at WhatCulture, I’ve written up ten of the best WWE divas whoa aren’t talked about as much as they probably should be.
In the wake of the incredibly popular WWE Roster Reviews from the past few weeks, we’re carrying on the tradition by focusing on TNA and the Impact Wrestling roster.
I’m joined by one my best buds, Danielle Matheson, as she goes through the roster assigning grades, and in some cases making up new grades from scratch. Meanwhile, I just try and guess what everyone’s nickname is, and wonder when TNA became slash-fic.
Aubrey Sitterson is graciously back again to help fill out the rest of the list and make sure no stone goes unturned when it comes to these letter grades.
Well, actually, quite a few stones go unturned, because we’re both busy men with things to do, so sorry Zack Ryder fans, BUT we do cover some of the hottest and biggest names in WWE, and give out the most unexpected A- you ever did see.
An episode so big, we only made it half way through! Aubrey Sitterson returns to the show to run down the entire WWE roster and grade their year so far.
There’s a disagreements, compromise and controversy as we make our way through the names. Some of the results shocked even us! Also, we chat about the return of Aubrey’s rocking webcomic, King Maul!
Don’t ever say I don’t give the people what they want.
After I joked about doing an episode where I explain Kane to a wrestling novice on Twitter, the idea seemed to be quite popular, so I roped in my good buddy Vass to sit down for over an hour while I went through as much of Kane’s career as I could, in as much detail as I could.
The scary thing is, I still missed some stuff.
We’re back from our hiatus a week early to bring you this extra special chat with Justin Nottke (AKA “The Handlebar Haberdasher” Marion Fontaine) ahead of the next big Olde Wrestling show on August 1st.
In this episode we get into the genesis and future of Olde Wrestling as a promotion, Justin’s history as a backyard wrestling kid and I have the utmost pleasure to introduce Justin to the wonder that is WCW’s Arachnaman.
I’m joined this week by new friend and awesome writer dude Andrew Johnson to talk about the importance of VHS cover art and the impact it can have on a child’s brain, and the crushing guilt that came from a private chat with one of his (and my) personal heroes
This episode also contains one of the scummiest stories about an ECW original, and make sure you listen to the end, because… I’m afraid I’ve got some bad news.