PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Mike Meyers from PWTorch to discuss WWE Friday Night Smackdown with live callers including the announcement by Michael Cole about Sasha Banks and Naomi being suspended, the stellar hype for the RK-Bro vs. Usos unification tag match, the introduction of Max Dupree (Eli Drake / L.A. Knight) and his close-talking with Adam Pearce, the edits of the name of Racquel Rodriguez's finisher, Butch vs. Xavier, and more.
In this week's Interview Classic episode, we jump back five years to PWTorch editor Wade Keller's May 18, 2017 interview with former WWE Creative Team member Kevin Eck who discusses Randy Orton's comments critical of Indy Style wrestling, a list of rejected storylines, details on the writing process, Roman Reigns's current character, Sasha Banks losing to Alicia Fox, Adam Cole, the struggle of some wrestlers to win over Vince McMahon, Vince's ability to create stars, Ring of Honor's big angle last weekend, and more with live callers and emails.Then in a bonus Interview Classic, we jump back ten years (5-9-2012) to an interview with Johnny Gargano. PWTorch columnist Pat McNeill & PWTorch columnist Sean Radican interview DGUSA champion Gargano on his title run, this weekend's Evolve iPPVs on WWNLive.com including Gargano's next title defense, how he started in the wrestling business, and much more. Plus, reality TV star/former TNA personality Jonny Fairplay makes an appearance to talk about his role on this weekend's Evolve iPPVs. In the VIP Aftershow, McNeill is joined by PWTorch assistant editor James Caldwell for a review of the news of the week, Live Events Center, and a VIP Mailbag question.
Patrick Moynahan and Alex McDonald kick off the nineteenth episode of PWTorch ‘90s Pastcast discussing Wade's preview of WrestleWar ‘92 and his thoughts on how poorly it's been booked, a ton of WCW discussion, an update on Sid's WWF suspension and what could be next, a WWF TV taping with 38 (!) matches, the latest portion of Jim Ross's Torch Talk, and much more.
It's time once again for spring time in Paris and of course that means Roland Garros. The Bruthas take time to review the 2022 Mens and Women's draws and offer their thoughts on what might be scenarios for the final weekend. Take a listen and see if you agree!
In this Dailycast episode, Chris Maitland and Justin McClelland have a fever... Maryland Championship Wrestling Spring Fever. They make their way to Millersville, Md. for a great three hours of wrestling, topped by the Hardys vs. OGK, a three-way with Chris Bey, Mike Bailey, and Joey Janela, a four-way for the MCW title with Ken Dixon, Brian Johnson, Moses, and Nick Aldis, a match built around a gender reveal party, and much more. For VIP listeners, they then travel across the country to West Coast Pro for highlights of their Ill Mannered show, with Will Ospreay vs. Titus Alexander, Timothy Thatcher vs. Kevin Blackwood, and The Righteous against the West Coast Wrecking Crew.
On this WWE Smackdown Post-show Flashback episode from five years ago (5-16-2017), PWTorch editor Wade Keller and PWTorch columnist Greg Parks discuss that night's episode featuring the final WWE Backlash hype including A.J. Styles vs. Jinder Mahal, Randy Orton vs. Baron Corbin, the Fashion Files, the women's contract signing, and more with callers. They also discuss what happened on Smackdown ten years ago this week.
Flere hundre nordmenn ble i mars ramma av det som omtales som et av tidenes største kryptoran. Mens de spilte dataspillet Axie Infinity ble plutselig spillkontoene deres tømt for enorme pengesummer. Bak ranet står en berykta nordkoreansk hackerliga. Hvordan klarte de det, og hva vil hackerne egentlig med alle pengene? Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio
In this week's Flagship Flashback episode of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast from ten years ago (5-15-2012), host Wade Keller and ProWrestling.net's Jason Powell take live phone calls and answer emails focused primarily on Raw the previous night including the final hype for Over the Limit, Brock Lesnar-Triple H hype, the heavy-handed promotion of John Cena's charity work, the early reports of NXT being revamped and taping TV shows at Full Sail University, ROH technical issues, Eric Bischoff, and more. In the VIP Aftershow they discuss the physical changes in A.J. Styles, the 40 year old stars peaking in TNA lately, early praise for Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian as a tag team, and more on Raw.
Sverige og Finland må bare forsere en tyrkisk hinderløype før Nato-medlemsskapet er en realitet. Hvordan fallet sikkerhetspolitiske dogmer over natten, og hvorfor klarer ikke Rødt og SV å henge med? Og kan dette gi grobunn for en ny EU-debatt i Norge. Det bør i hvert fall det, mener DNs kommentator Eva Grinde og politisk redaktør Frithjof Jacobsen.De tar også opp Ola Bortens Moe brutale avsettelse av styret i Norges Forskningsråd, og lurer på hvilke politiske motiver Senterpartiets nestleder kan ha for å gjøre det. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Høgre meiner regjeringa sin skulepolitikk råkar næringslivet og gjer det vanskelegare å få unge i jobb. Mens kunnskapsministeren meiner ho har stoppa det store privatiseringsprosjektet. Og i dag kan dei minste bøndene sørge for at jordbruksavtalen havarerer etter målgang. Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Tyler Sage from PWTorch.com and the PWTorch YouTube Channel with live callers, emails, and an on-site correspondents discussing tonight's episode of AEW Dynamite. Topics include the surprise reveals of who the Jokers were and whether they were letdowns, the hype for Hangman Page vs. C.M. Punk, MJF lashing Wardlow, the Triple Threat Tag Team Title match being set up, the rushed Jeff Hardy vs. Adam Cole match, dirty toothbrushes, and much more.
In this week's Interview Classic episode, we jump back ten years to PWTorch editor Wade Keller's May 18, 2012 interview with "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan as the "Interview Friday" guest. Wade Keller and Bruce Mitchell interview the former WWF, Mid-South, and WCW star about his new autobiography including a variety of subjects on a lack of wrestler pension, hazing and ribbing that went too far, Vince McMahon compared to Bill Watts as a boss, his evolution over the years as a wrester and character, and more. After the interview, Keller and Mitchell discuss Sting on WWE.com, Evolve's new concept, The Avengers, and more.Then in a bonus interview from ten years ago (4-25-12), PWTorch columnist Pat McNeill interviews former ECW champion Jerry Lynn covering the ECW Reunion show this weekend, various stories from his WWE and ECW runs, where he fits in today's independent wrestling scene, his top all-time opponents, current physical condition, challenges of wrestling with a mask, the cradle piledriver, and much more.
Kelly Wells & Nate Lindberg hit the mailbag and answer your calls to discuss Escobar vs. D'Angelo, Williams & Hayes vs. Solo Sikoa & Grimes, Frazer vs. Lee, Waller vs. Chase, Viking Raiders vs. Creed Bros., Perez vs. James, Legend vs. Paxley, and more.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents the Tuesday Flagship edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast with guest co-host Jason Powell from ProWrestling.net. They discuss these topics:- Sasha Banks & Naomi walk out right before Raw- Ric Flair training for an in-ring return at age 73 at Starrcast- MJF disgruntled with AEW and looking toward a jump to WWE- Who would Vince McMahon want from AEW's roster other than MJF?- Ezekiel, Elias, Kevin Owens- Cody's promo on Raw challenging Seth Rollins to a Hell in a Cell match- Theory's potential to be a centerpiece main event act- Roman Reigns's contract situation and where he stands as a legendary top WWE star- AEW Dynamite's line-up for Wednesday night- Mandy Rose's progress in NXT prospects to have impact on main roster
Mike McMahon and Andrew Soucek begin this week's show with a long discussion on the prospects of Ric Flair getting back into a ring. From there, they talk about MJF's contract extension story staying in the news, Eric Bischoff's thoughts on CM Punk, Sasha and Naomi's walkout, and listener emails.
Børsene stuper mens rentene og prisene stiger. Hvordan skal dette ende og hvordan kan du sikre deg? Hallgeir Kvadsheim har noen forslag. Med Andreas W. Fredriksen. Produsent Magne Antonsen. Ansvarlig redaktør Gard Steiro. Nye episoder hver dag i Podme-appen, og hver onsdag i alle podkast-apper.
Armagh captain Kelly Mallon has spent 14 years playing for Armagh. The greatest moment for her, is having a pitch to train on. Would a male senior Armagh player say that? It's a little uncomfortable but this podcast with Thomas & Oisin shines a light on the journey travelled within the sport- still not officially recognised- and most importantly what needs to happen next. Armagh Chairperson Sinead Reel is also on the podcast and explains how Armagh became the first and only inter-county ladies team to have their own bespoke facilities. No travel expenses- the boys get their food for the week- the girls don't. It's one of a number of points to come up in a brilliant podcast listen. Oisin McConville picks who will win the Ulster mens final and picks the bones of famous Derry win over Monaghan. Tailteann Cup draw also features- will it work out?
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by PWTorch VIP podcaster Tom Stoup to review WWE Monday Night Raw with live calls and emails. They began with an instant reaction to the Sasha Banks & Naomi walk-out on Raw along with real-time sourced reporting by Wade regarding what was and wasn't happening. They also cover the Omos-Bobby Lashley cage match, the latest with Lacey Evans, Cody Rhodes, Ezekiel, the Raw Title picture, Mustafa Ali, and more with live callers and emails.
On this week's edition of MMA Talk for Pro Wrestling Fans, Robert Vallejos and Rick Monsey review the latest UFC Fight Night, headlined by Jan Błachowicz vs. Aleksandar Rakić. They preview the upcoming Fight Night. The show closes with Robert reflecting on his lack of desire to be critical of AEW.
In this Flagship Flashback episode of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast from five years ago (5-17-2017), PWTorch editor Wade Keller and ProWrestling.net's Jason Powell discuss the push of Jinder Mahal and his match against Randy Orton on Sunday, Jinder on Jericho's podcast, NXT Takeover's line-up and the state of NXT's roster today compared to several months ago, Bayley's push, Orton's shots at indy style, and much more with callers. Then, in the previously VIP-exclusive Aftershow, they discuss A.J. Styles's status on roster after recent win-loss record, Kurt Angle's performance as G.M., Adam Cole and Kyle O'Reilly's NXT potential, Fashion Files, is Braun Strowman's injury a setback, is the NWA nostalgia or history and what cache does it have for Billy Corgan at this point, and more including mailbag topics.
Jacob and Porter talk about the busy week for Arkansas Softball in segment one going over all the SEC awards and the 2022 SEC Softball Tournament Champions. Segment two they recap Arkansas dropping the series to Vandy and a pickup for both the Mens basketball team and football.
May is Mental health awareness month! Although 1 in 5 U.S adults are dealing with mental illness, the topic is still taboo in the African American culture. Why are we not talking about it? If we are, is there enough being done to keep patients in remission? Listen as the kings and a panel of doctors discuss their experience with treating mental health and the information that is not being told that could be helping.
200 års alliansefrihet er over. Etter 24. februar ønsker ikke svenskene lenger å stå utenfor Nato. - En historisk beslutning som endrer forsvarssamarbeidet for hele Norden, ifølge statsminister Jonas Gahr Støre. Mens russerne truer svenskene og finnene med tøffe konsekvenser, lover Støre støtte fra Norge mens Nato behandler søknadene. Norge bør være først med å godkjenne Sverige og Finland som Nato-medlemmer, mener Høyre. Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio
In this episode of Wrestling Night in America, PWTorch columnist Greg Parks is joined by PWTorch.com contributor Joel Dehnel to break down the results of the NJPW Capital Collision show. They also grade the booking and performance of five of AEW's newest acquisitions. They take phone calls on potential legends returning at Impact Slammiversary, Vince Russo, Roman Reigns leaving, and more.
SHOW SUMMARY: Justin Joynt of the “Top Rope Nation Podcast” debuts on Pro Wrestling Then and Now to look back at WCW WrestleWar '92. They start by discussing the hire of Bill Watts, which took place five days before this event, referencing multiple excerpts from Torch newsletters, and talk about his undoing, which ironically came from a portion of the Torch Talk done with Wade Keller back in 1991. They then run down the entire card, which featured Flyin' Brian for the Light Heavyweight Championship, Steiner Brothers vs. Takayuki Iizuka & Tatsumi Fujinami for the #1 contendership for the IWGP Tag Team Championship, and Sting's Squadron vs. the Dangerous Alliance in a WarGames match. Highlight topics are the lack of good undercard matches, announcing, the stiffness of the Steiners' style, and the great storytelling of the WarGames match vs. WarGames matches of today.Warning: Some language on this show may be NSFW.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller and PWTorch columnist Pat McNeill discuss with live callers Raw as soon as the show concluded including Roman Reigns beating Finn Balor, Fatal Five-Way announcement, Alexa Bliss, and much more including three in-person perspectives from Newark.Then in a bonus flashback show (5-11-17), PWTorch.com's Mike McMahon and Andrew Soucek talk about that week's Impact Wrestling with callers. They break down Alberto El Patron winning the GFW Global Title over Magnus, as well as an intense segment where ECIII whipped James Storm with his belt. They also talk about LAX and VOW entering a tag feud, as well as more on Eddie Edwards vs. Davey Richards.
Welcome to the NEW "Deep Dive" format. Will Cooling and Rich Fann discuss how the changes will work, as well as how Will's "Deeper Dive" will have self contained one-off subjects. Then the pair discuss the Kota Ibushi situation, a non-spoiler chat about MCU's "the blip" and its relation to an article Will sent Rich, and Progress vs. RevPro in terms of growth and development of wrestlers, among other topics.Afterward, a bonus Deep Dive, featuring Jason Norris of WomenLoveWrestling.net joins to talk about his new book "Women of WrestleMania," the stats, and key figures of the women of the eras. Plus a nice chat with Jason regarding Chelsea and Arsenal fighting for Champions League places.
In this week's Interview Classic episode, we jump back five years to PWTorch editor Wade Keller's May 11, 2017 interview with Sean “X-Pac” Waltman who talks about the prospects of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson running for president and if he thinks Rock showed traits consistent with a potential president during his time around him WWE, the upside for Shinsuke Nakamura, the current push of Roman Reigns, what Vince McMahon is like now compared to 20 years ago, his reaction to the hazing and bullying in WWE over the years, this days in the NWO and GWF, and more including phone calls and emails.Then in a bonus Interview Classic, we jump back ten years to a May 2, 2012 interview with ROH announcer Kevin Kelly conducted by PWTorch columnists Pat McNeill & Sean Radican. They, along with live callers, cover a number of subjects including ROH's iPPV future (Kelly says an announcement is coming soon), current ROH storylines, the Border Wars show next weekend, calling the incredible Michael Elgin vs. Davey Richards match, background on how he came up with the Stephanie McMahon/Triple H marriage angle in WWF, various WWE stories, and much more. In the VIP Aftershow, McNeill and Radican go through the Live Events Center and review the latest news.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Nick Barbati from PWTorch to discuss WWE Friday Night Smackdown with live callers including The Bloodline vs. RK-Bro feud and the possibility of a Riddle-Orton break-up eventually, Roman Reigns's reduced schedule, Sami Zayn, Butch, Ronda Rousey's open challenge, the return of the dreaded trombone, and more.
Patrick Moynahan and Alex McDonald kick off the eighteenth episode of PWTorch ‘90s Pastcast discussing all things Sid Justice, including him quitting the WWF and what could be next, Wade's thoughts on the matter, what it means for WWF's house show main events, more WWF and WCW news, the first appearance of ECW in the Torch, part two of Jim Ross's Torch Talk, and much more.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents the Thursday Flagship edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast with guest co-host Todd Martin, a PWTorch VIP analyst. They begin by asking whether the Long Island bit is just distracting from what's important as AEW heads into Double or Nothing. Then full reviews of AEW Dynamite, WWE Smackdown, WWE Monday Night Raw, NXT 2.0, and UFC.There is also a bonus segment featuring part of this week's Fix Mailbag including these topics:- Has the AEW Women's Division overall helped or hurt the quality of the shows?- If Tony Khan could only sign Will Ospreay or Zack Sabre Jr., who would be the best choice?- Why are people into Hook? Where will he be in three years?- What is wrong with distraction finishes considering they're been part of wrestling for decades?
This is a double-header WKPWP Five Years Ago Flashback. First up is the WWE Smackdown Post-show episode from five years ago (5-9-2017) with PWTorch editor Wade Keller discussing Smackdown with callers right after the show concluded including Charlotte's status as a face or a heel, Jinder Mahal's credentials to be a top heel and potentially a new champion, Natalya's upside as a possible champion, Sami Zayn's new nervous character, and more. Also, talk about Money in the Bank being a Smackdown branded show and UFC's poor job building its own stars who don't create themselves contrasted with WWE's clear attempt to push Shinsuke Nakamura as something special.Then Bruce Mitchell & Rich Fann are joined by callers to discuss Cody Rhodes's possible future in Ring of Honor, the awkwardness of WWE programming this week, Shinsuke Nakamura and Finn Balor's progress, and the fine art of taking a powder, running away, and stalling throughout the history of professional wrestling.