This week I’m joined by gear-maker extraordinaire Hayley Jane to talk about Closet Champion and her upcoming third album, Devil Makes Three.
A bit of a different one this week. Aidan Sullivan came up to Manchester to spend Halloween with myself and Helena Hart, so the next morning we recorded a podcast on my crappy laptop mic about being a wrestling newbie and having over-eager boyfriends.
We’re wrapping up the month-long odyssey through WCW’s Halloween Havocs with 1998, The Nitro Girls, Rick Steiner’s amazing Monopoly pieces, and a match considered one of the worst of all time.
Carrying on the all-October-long journey through a random assortment of WCW’s Halloween Havocs has brought us to 1993, which features a wheel, a deal and the greatest three minutes in wrestling history.
While our attempt to chronicle Halloween Havoc 1989 was lost to the ages, Chris Sims, Chris Haley and myself are back with our tales from watching Havoc ’91 for you all to enjoy.
While it doesn’t reveal how far Sims is willing to go with Batman, it does have the Chamber of Horrors, the Halloween Phantom and some darn good rapping.
So, I went to America.
Over the course of four days, I saw one TNA Impact taping and then all three nights of CHIKARA’s King of Trios. This episode is a collection of post-show recordings with Danielle Matheson, Chris Sims, Kyle Starks and Gavin Jasper. One of them was done in a Waffle House.
Easily the greatest weekend of my life. Thank you to everyone that made it so very special.
Resident NXT expert Brandon Stroud returns to review the NXT roster on the eve of NXT Takeover, but what revelations about Stu Hart and Bull Dempsey await us?
Also, hear the most emotional anyone has ever been over Wesley Blake, and the one thing NXT could do to break our hearts irreparably.