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PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents the Tuesday Flagship edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast with guest co-host Zack Heydorn from PWTorch.com. They discuss these topics:- Is Sami Zayn becoming a ratings draw? Did he help pop Smackdown's big viewership last Friday?- How Solo Sikoa is already shining and adding another dimension to the superb Bloodline faction storylines.- Review of two-hour AEW Rampage special including thoughts on AEW not doing enough to make Sting matches feel special, are too many dangerous bumps taking place in AEW, what's up with the Ricky Starks-Will Hobbs feud, and Hangman Page earning an AEW Title match in the battle royal.- Thoughts on Tony Khan promising video packages for some of his newer wrestlers in big matches on Dynamite this week.- The Extreme Rules line-up so far.- Liv Morgan's job performance in the role she's been given lately.- Ric Flair saying he isn't retired.- Is Kevin Owens a possible perennial main eventer again and is he off to a good start under Paul Levesque's booking?
SHOW SUMMARY: In part two of this week's two-part episode of The Fix with PWTorch VIP analyst Todd Martin and host PWTorch editor Wade Keller, they cover these topics: - A follow-up on the lack of history of pro wrestling in the pre-1900s era. - What is the history of big name boxers benefiting pro wrestling's business? - When are wrestlers typically told the finish of their matches? - Is Steve Austin right when he says if you're not in pro wrestling to be world champion, you shouldn't be in the business? - Aren't a lot of AEW's issues behind the scenes more typical pro wrestling locker room stuff than an actual indictment of Tony Khan's promoting style? - Thoughts on the pros and cons of MJF's approach in his promo last week on Dynamite. - Isn't there a happy medium between defending the WWE Title every month and doing it as infrequently as Roman Reigns is? - Has WWE explained what Damage CTRL means? - What is Jungle Boy meant to be? - Why did WWE show a close-up of a fan wearing a t-shirt with a reference to Chris Benoit? - Shouldn't Drew McIntyre be more hung up on how he was cheated out of a chance to win his match against Roman Reigns at Clash at the Castle and actually demand a rematch rather than just talk about Solo Sikoa? - Where are the best sources of AWA wrestling history? - Point by point legal analysis of leverage C.M. Punk might have on AEW given the nature of what went down after his media Q&A with the Young Bucks and Kenny Omega. - Did Punk plan to trigger everything that happened after All Out or was it based on genuine emotions and it led to things he didn't anticipate? - Is AEW at risk of turning away fans now that the most interesting story is behind the scenes turmoil that they aren't even addressing on TV? - What is Tony Khan's end game with Jade Cargill and has he likely picked out who will eventually beat her? - Has any pro wrestling company lost more momentum in a year than AEW has in terms of its relative perception to its primary competitor, WWE? - Who should finally beat Roman Reigns? - Isn't it already clear a mistake was made by Paul Levesque not having Drew McIntyre beat Roman Reigns now that Reigns is moving on to a match with Logan Paul?
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by PWTorch's Frank Petani. They begin with a discussion on whether Bayley has been flat since her return and whether Alexa Bliss also seems to be performing below her normal level. They also talk about the frustrating distraction finishes plaguing Paul Levesque's early booking of big TV matches, Austin Theory, the Miz-Dexter Lumis storyline, the new Survivor Series format built around WarGames, and more. They talk mid-show with an on-site correspondent fresh out of the arena in San Jose with in-person crowd observations, off-air happenings, and more.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents a Thursday Flagship edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast with cohost Rich Fann, a Pro Wrestling Torch columnist.The latest expectations on the C.M. Punk, Young Bucks, Tony Khan controversy including what has gone right and wrong with Punk's year stint with AEW on and off camera.Reaction to Dynamite's ratings surge this week.Analysis of key Dynamite segments including AEW Title Tournament semi-finals, Keith Lee & Swerve Strickland vs. The Lucha Bros., whether The Acclaimed are likely to win belts next week, MJF's promo and whether the "contract dispute" saga has hurt his act, Stokely Hathaway's promo and new faction, and more.Reaction to Paul Levesque's interview on Aerial Helwani podcast, what questions weren't asked, what Levesque revealed about his perspective taking over WWE Creative, and more.Thoughts on the possibility of Raw getting its WWE Title back and rumors on how it might happen.Key talking points from WWE TV over the last week including Solo Sikoa, Sami Zayn and The Bloodline, Johnny Gargano-Austin Theory-Kevin Owens, and more.This is the first half of the show, the first two hours. The second half of the show, the second two hours, is posted at the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-show feed. Search "Wade Keller" on your podcast app to also subscribe free to that or find it at our Wade Keller Post-show home page here: https://www.spreaker.com/show/wkpwps
Kevin et Pat reviennent sur la situation concernant AEW, discutent du classement des meilleurs lutteurs du PWI 500 et analysent les changements que Paul Levesque et Stephanie McMahon apportent à la WWE, dont le retour de NXT Black & Gold. Les deux animateurs reçoivent aussi en entrevue le lutteur et acteur Marc-André Boulanger alias Franky the Mobster. Tout ça et bien plus dans un autre épisode à ne pas manquer!Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr
The Pro Wrestling Boom Podcast with Jason Powell features John Moore discussing NXT changing again, the full year of NXT 2.0 and the shift from the black and gold era, the influx of NXT UK talent, top prospects, struggling developmental talent, and more...
En minst sagt händelserik vecka som (tyvärr för Paul Levesque) mest handlat om en blodig men framförallt irriterad CM Punk, som frossar i kalorier under en presskonferens samtidigt som han förklarar att han jobbar med barn. Men vi hinner med Hangmans kluvna hårtoppar och begravningen av dubbelbritt också. Bland mycket annat. Fullsmetad show!
The Pro Wrestling Boom Podcast with Jason Powell is a special live episode co-hosted by Jonny Fairplay of "Survivor" fame taking live calls coming out of the AEW All Out, WWE Clash at the Castle, and NXT Worlds Collide events. The show will return on Monday, October 10 coming out of WWE Extreme Rules...
This week, it's a Labour Day Weekend in Canada, which means a long weekend of wrestling to watch! Mike McGuire takes us through some of the press conferences that took place this week, including Tony Khan's All-Out pre-show as well as Paul Levesque's post Clash At The Castle remarks. Among things discussed included WWE's "World Cup" style globalization plans, Seth Rollins, Liv Morgan and Gunther talking about their opportunities and dreams came into light. Also, during the AEW All Out pre-show presser, Tony Khan sparked some interest from Thunder Rosa fans and followers, seemingly going out of his way to complain about his company's current Women's World Champion. Was he justified in doing so, or is there something we don't know about? Plus, some of your feedback on this weekend's WWE Clash At The Castle and more!
Wrestling Observer Live with Mike Sempervive is back to talk about all of the news in professional wrestling including notes from Paul Levesque's interview with Ariel Helwani, Tony Khan tries to explain the CM Punk-Colt Cabana situation, O'Reilly and Strong on the shelf, Impact news, predictions for all three major shows this weekend, and so much more. A fun show as always so check it out~!
Blake and Mark are back with special guest host Jon Parker to talk about a crazy Labor Day weekend of wrestling. After talking about the results of the NJPW G1, they talk about GCW Homecoming, the Mox/Gage Title vs. Career Match at Fight Club and then preview GCW The Art of Wars Games II and Effy's Big Gay Brunch 5. Then the attention turns to NXT to discuss NXT UK closing down and the formation of NXT Europe and then break down and preview NXT Worlds Collide. From they discuss WWE as how Paul Levesque is doing running the show, all the returns and rumors, then preview WWE Clash At The Castle including a long talk on whether Drew McIntyre should beat Roman Reigns and should the Bloodline still be a thing two years later. Finally they jump to AEW to talk about all the back stage craziness, thoughts about Jon Moxley vs. CM Punk and then preview AEW All Out despite not having an official main event at time of recording. It's a marathon but alot of fun so sit back and enjoy!
Wrestling Observer Live with Mike Sempervive is back to talk about all of the news in professional wrestling including notes from Paul Levesque's interview with Ariel Helwani, Tony Khan tries to explain the CM Punk-Colt Cabana situation, O'Reilly and Strong on the shelf, Impact news, predictions for all three major shows this weekend, and so much more. A fun show as always so check it out~!
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:- A march through AEW All Out line-up and evaluating the hype and the pacing of the card taking shape.- The Jon Moxley-C.M. Punk situation.- Can Kenny Omega be AEW's top star ever, or should that even still be a goal?- Paul Levesque's booking aesthetic revealing itself over the last four weeks, including specifics from last night's Raw.- A preview of the Clash at the Castle line-up, including whether Drew McIntyre might beat Roman Reigns and whether that's a good idea at this point.- Riddle showing more of an edge, and is Levesque playing with fire at all with his new demeanor?- Thoughts on Dexter Lumis-Miz storyline and where it might go?- More!
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Alex McDonald from PWTorch.com and the "PWTorch '90s Pastcast" to discuss WWE Friday Night Smackdown with live callers. They wonder whether WWE is doing too good of a job building Drew McIntyre for his title challenge at the Clash at the Castle next week? Will fans be let down if he doesn't win now that they've built him up so much. They also praise the Sami Zayn-Roman Reigns-Usos dynamic, the Gunther-Sheamus staredown, and more, plus thoughts on the women's tag tournament, Maximum Male Models, and more. PWTorch's Javier Machado joins late in the show for a roundtable session. They close with Alex's thoughts on the Paul Levesque booking era so far.
AEW's Fight Forever video game was playable at GamesCom and the guys are talking about what footage of said game looks like. Additionally, the two are discussing the future of WWE now that Paul Levesque is in charge of creative and they're making predictions with PredictionBot 3000 v4.0. Follow Wrestle Buddies: http://www.twitter.com/wrestlebuddies Follow Chris: http://www.twitter.com/chrishayner Follow Mat: http://www.twitter.com/immatelfring Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Pro Wrestling Boom Podcast with Jason Powell features Rohan Raja discussing his run with NXT UK and the Die Familie faction, being released from his WWE deal, the switch to NXT Europe, his future pro wrestling plans, and more...
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Tom Stoup from PWTorch with live calls and emails. They discuss the surprise addition of Johnny Gargano to the Raw roster, Dexter Lumis dragging Miz away, the Women's Tag Tournament audibles, Bayley's singles match against Aliyah, an overall evaluation of Paul Levesque's booking approach including whether tonight was a backwards step in his early momentum as booker, plus more with live callers and emails contributing to the conversation.
In this special "Interview Thursday" episode of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast, Wade talks with former Head Writer at WWE Brian Gewirtz about his 15 years writing WWE alongside Vince McMahon, his new book titled “There's Just One Problem…: True Tales from the Former, One-Time, 7th Most Powerful Person in WWE” chronicling those 15 years. This discuss a wide range of topics including the departure of Vince McMahon and his thoughts on Paul Levesque as his replacement, what has he noticed so far from watching WWE TV the last two weeks, insights into the process off writing and formatting Raw and Smackdown, how the subtitle of his book came from a Pro Wrestling Torch Yearbook article, Pro Wrestling's Most Influential List, and much more.Gewirtz's book was just released this week.You can order it from a small independent book store we recommend, Drury Lane Books in Grand Marais, Minn., at this link: https://drurylanebooks.indielite.org/book/9781538710531
PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents the Tuesday Flagship edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast with guest co-host Rich Fann. They discuss these topics:- WWE 2022 Q2 Financials analysis including how Vince McMahon was and wasn't spoken of, the dynamic between Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan, what numbers jumped out as meaningful and which ones didn't, and more.- The changing landscape of streaming and how it might affect WWE.- Continuing thoughts on Paul Levesque's booking so far including what the top themes are for his style compared to Vince McMahon.- Is Drew McIntyre reasserting himself successfully as an alpha top-top star in WWE, plus expanded thoughts on the Kevin Owens-Drew segment last night on Raw.- Reaction to the adjustment to Riddle's character, and should RVD join him?- Early evaluation of Bayley after her return from injury hiatus.- Thoughts on the return of Hit Row.- Will Tony Khan adjust to having essentially new competition and in what ways should he adjust.- A preview of the House of Dragon's themed Dynamite tomorrow night, a weaker line-up of matches than is typical for a themed episode of AEW TV.- Which wrestlers should AEW focus on going into fall.- And more topics scattered throughout.
The Pro Wrestling Boom Podcast with Jason Powell features Taya Valkyrie discussing NWA 74, being a free agent, whether she is open to returning to WWE now that Paul Levesque is in charge, working for Impact Wrestling over the years, her early years in Mexico, her husband John Hennigan, and more...
Topics: - Fake News Wrestling Media - Bin Hamin - Jobber of the Week - My Interview with "Kevin Owens" - Raw Review - Women's Wrestlers and Plastic Surgery - Giant-sized mailbag
Special surprise on today's episode but as always we kick off with best three minutes of wrestling podcasting Cheeks Of The Week. Our favorite uncle, Paul Levesque has been busy. Karrion Kross and Scarlett have put our Tribal Chief Roman Reigns on notice. Also the Women's Tag Team Tournament is suddenly happening. Our not so favorite uncle, Dave Meltzer reports Sasha Banks and Namoi will be back in play very soon. What has become of John Laurinaitis in the aftermath of Vince McMahon's retirement? What is Tony Khan truly like behind the scenes and why is talent unhappy? Remember when Sammy Guevara proposed on Dynamite? Well now he's married to someone else. A recap of Battle Of The Belts 3 and preview of Quake By The Lake.
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:- Evaluating early indications of what Paul Levesque is going to do differently than Vince McMahon- Will Riddle be a changed character next week on Raw?- Karrion Kross's arrival and how he can be best utilized.- Is it likely Sasha Banks and Naomi return?- Will Tony Khan change AEW in response to Levesque's changes in WWE?- Concern about the marketplace for AEW's next TV deal- Has AEW created or overseen the rise of any true top tier stars besides MJF?- Why Tony Khan deserves a break when it comes to criticism of AEW booking and ratings lately.- Who might be the next breakout star from AEW's roster of rising wrestlers?- Thoughts on Ric Flair's Last Match event.- Will Wade and Jason miss analyzing Vince McMahon?- And more including some Mailbag questions.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Frank Peteani from PWTorch.com to review WWE Monday Night Raw with live calls and emails plus two on-site correspondents from Cleveland, Ohio. They open discussing the focus on the Women's Tag Team Tournament. They move to discuss the standout Bobby Lashley vs. Ciampa match, Ciampa earning his TV time in the ring and on the mic so far, other signs of change under Paul Levesque's leadership as Head of Creative, and more with live callers throughout. Also, two on-site reports from in the arena including what happened off-camera and crowd responses. Then Javier Machado, PWTorch VIP contributor, joins the show to discuss his top takeaways and optimism about WWE right now.
Den ocharmigt präktiga Bret "Hitman" Hart, Europes rättighets tariff på Final Countdown och Paul Levesque anstränger sig när det kommer till US-titeln. Vi har premium-premium live eventet SummerSlam i ryggen och Ric Flairs sista match. Bland mycket annat. Fullsmetad show!
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Kelly Wells from PWTorch.com to discuss WWE Friday Night Smackdown with live callers and two on-site correspondents from Greenville, S.C. The on-site reports includes details on what happened with the Liv Morgan segment; how many fans were heckling her and how did it start? Also details on pre-show and post-show matches including Bobby Lashley. They also talked with callers, including some first-timers who are back watching WWE because Vince McMahon is gone with their take on the changes so far. Also, lots of talk about the return of Karrion Kross with a revamped look and Scarlett as part or the act. Is this Paul Levesque's biggest mistake yet or could it work out just fine and ultimately show Vince McMahon screwed up Kross and he can succeed as a top act otherwise? Plus, will Sasha Banks & Naomi return to win the Tag Tournament? If not them, who? And so much more.
SHOW SUMMARY: In part two of this week's two-part episode of The Fix with PWTorch VIP analyst Todd Martin and host PWTorch editor Wade Keller, they cover these topics: - Tony Khan's Tweet about being longest-tenured CEO and general AEW bragging - What's the story of Ahmed Johnson in the WWF in the '90s? - Would it be a good move for Paul Levesque to change Raw and Smackdown announcers? - Is Roman Reigns in general and the Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar match specifically being overhyped and over-praised? - What's the history behind men and women being in separate companies in Japanese wrestling? Should New Japan have women on their shows in 2022? - When was Vince McMahon good at the creative role? What eras were his strengths on display? - Pushback on criticism of Jungle Boy's promos lately and showing arrogance that's not in step with his presentation and character. - Thoughts on C.M. Punk's comments about Sasha Banks and Naomi with some added historical perspective on Brock Lesnar and Steve Austin. - Will Tony Khan calm down and let Dynamite breath a little bit once he presumably has a new bigger TV deal in place? - Should AEW be worried about the Warner Media-Discover merger? - While Raw is already better thanks to “an absence of irritations,” what big picture changes would still benefit the product? - Shouldn't Akira Taue get more acclaim as one of the four key names of the 1990s and '90s All Japan classic era? - Who would be Wade and who would be Todd in various famous tag teams and pop culture pairings over the decades from a list offered by a listener? - Which wrestlers did they think would become big stars who didn't and which stars became big stars they didn't think would? - Who is their tip to win the English Premier League this year? - What are their favorite and least favorite wrestling belts over the decades? - In defense of Nick Khan. - Thoughts on wrestlers lying or working people outside of the confines of pro wrestling shows. - Is Edge accurately depicting the tone of The Brood these days? - Is it safe to say Paul Levesque is already showing he will do a better job promoting women wrestlers? - Should Dax and Cash replaced Shawn and Marty as the go-to comparison of a standout personality and a secondary personality in a tag team?
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Tom Stoup from PWTorch to review WWE Monday Night Raw with live calls and emails plus an on-site correspondent from Houston. They open discussing what a fan who stepped away for a while from WWE might notice and like about this episode booked by Paul Levesque. They discuss impact of Becky Lynch's injury and endorsement of Bianca Belair, Bayley's faction, Ciampa's push, who else might get pushed because of Triple H, and much more. In the VIP-exclusive Aftershow portion, Javier discusses differences he noticed and we read more email and Twitter feedback on the show, including Tom's scouting report on Dakota Kai and Iyo Sky.
WWE followed a momentous SummerSlam with its best TV episode of 2022 as Triple H's influence could be felt across Monday Night Raw. Host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini open with an extended discussion about obvious changes to WWE creative and how slight improvements made a world of difference [2:50]. "The Silver King" also waxes poetic about Brock Lesnar, offering a fresh perspective on his career with the Roman Reigns feud in the books [17:20]. The guys then move to an all-women's The Main Event [28:00] with looks at Becky Lynch's separated shoulder; Bianca Belair's rise; chaos created by Bayley, Dakota Kai and Iyo Sky; Ronda Rousey's suspension; and the futures of Sasha Banks and Naomi. Next is The Good, The Bad and The Ugly [56:50] where topics include Drew McIntyre emerging over Sheamus in a Donnybrook match, elevating the United States championship, a big moment for Ciampa, Seth Rollins starting a feud with the Street Profits, Edge's return, Rhea Ripley's uniqueness, Logan Paul's future and much more. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
The Pro Wrestling Boom Podcast with Jason Powell is a special live episode co-hosted by Jonny Fairplay of "Survivor" fame taking live calls coming out of the WWE SummerSlam and Ric Flair's Last Match events...
In today's episode, Justin takes a look ahead to this weekend's SummerSlam Premium Live Event, and makes predictions for every match on the card. Justin also goes into what to expect with Vince McMahon having retired from the WWE, and Triple H having full control of the creative aspect of the company moving forward.
In the Episode, we have a discussion on the recently retired King of Kings, The Game, The Ass-kicker, The Cerebral Assassin. Triple H. Was you a fan of Triple H and his 25 years in the WWE? Let us know by interacting with us on our social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram and the Youtube comment section. Or by Email. Which are all listed down below Twitter @TripMultiverse Instagram @TripAroundTheMultiverse Email us at Aroundthemultiversepodcast@gmail.com Youtube : Trip Around the Multiverse --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kyle-cy/message
Kevin et Pat reviennent sur la nouvelle des 20 dernières années, soit la démission de Vince McMahon, ainsi que sur la nomination de Paul Levesque à la tête de l'équipe créative. Ils répondent aussi à toutes vos questions sur le sujet. De plus, les deux animateurs discutent de la blessure de Sami Zayn, du départ de Jonathan Gresham et font leurs prédictions pour SummerSlam. Tout ça et bien plus dans un autre épisode à ne pas manquer. Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr
PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents a Tuesday Flagship edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast with guest co-host Zack Heydorn from PWTorch.com. They discuss primarily the retirement of Vince McMahon and the appointment of Paul Levesque to Head of Talent relations. They discuss what to expect and what not to expect in terms of changes in the on-air product, the behind-the-scenes traps that could derail them but also the positive changes that could make WWE fans feel better about supporting the product, and much more including Mailbag questions sprinkled throughout related to the changes including a listener wondering if pro wrestling will suffer more than people realize without Vince at the helm.
WHAT A BIRTHDAY GIFT! This is from Cageside Seats: "WWE announced Vince McMahon's retirement on Friday (July 23) after trading closed on Wall Street. To start the new business week, they announced a new role for Paul “Triple H” Levesque — and its one that will please a lot of fans, and send a message to investors about continuity in Stamford after the company's long-time leader stepped down amidst a hush money scandal. It also answers some questions about the power plays we've heard whispers about. Triple H will lead creative, taking over for his father-in-law. The news was announced in a press release confirming that Levesque's wife Stephanie will serve as new co-CEO with former President & Chief Revenue Officer Nick Khan. WWE & BOARD OF DIRECTORS ANNOUNCE NEW CO-CEOS STEPHANIE MCMAHON AND NICK KHAN STAMFORD, Conn., July 25, 2022 – WWE® (NYSE: WWE) and its Board of Directors today announced the appointment of Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan as co-Chief Executive Officers. Ms. McMahon has also been appointed Chairwoman of the Board, and Mr. Khan will continue to serve as a member of the Board. These appointments follow Vince McMahon's retirement announcement on Friday, July 22. “We are grateful for the opportunity to lead WWE together with our unmatched management team,” said Ms. McMahon and Mr. Khan. “We recognize this is a tremendous opportunity and responsibility, and we look forward to serving the WWE Universe.” Additionally, WWE executive Paul Levesque will assume all responsibilities related to WWE's creative, in addition to his regular duties. Preliminary second quarter 2022 earnings were also disclosed in the presser. You can read more about those here. Excited for The Game to run creative on Raw & SmackDown? Will the shows start to reflect trends we saw during his popular black & gold era booking of NXT?" Comments Are Welcomed Like The Podcast VENMO: @Brian-Walmer-2 Cash App: $bwrosas98 #TripleH #TripleHnamedheadofWWEcreative #WWE #stephaniemcmahon --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bwrosas/support
Paul Levesque (Triple H) stepping in as head of WWE creative sent shockwaves through the industry as the company gears up for WWE SummerSlam 2022, one of its biggest shows of the year. Host Adam Silverstein opens this special episode with The Main Event, an in-depth look at Triple H taking over creative from Vince McMahon [9:05], including all the changes that should be expected from Levesque's elevation. Co-host Chris Vannini joins "The Silver King" for a deep dive on the WWE SummerSlam card with Getting Over's signature ultimate preview [53:25] as they break down every match with predictions. The guys discuss the "last" Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar match, Theory potentially cashing in Money in the Bank, Jeff Jarrett as special guest referee for The Usos vs. The Street Profits, whether Bianca Belair and Liv Morgan will emerge with their respective titles against Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey, and what's in store for Pat McAfee and Logan Paul in celebrity matches. Plus, Drew McIntyre's return to relevancy, Rey Mysterio's 20th anniversary celebration and in the rest of the week across SmackDown and Raw in The Good, The Bad and The Ugly [41:00]. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
The Pro Wrestling Boom Podcast with Jason Powell features Brian Fritz discussing the departure of Vince McMahon from WWE, Paul Levesque taking over as the head of WWE creative, the future of WWE, and more...
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Karl Stern brings you all the latest news and fall out from the Vince McMahon resignation from WWE including Paul Levesque being promoted to the "Vince McMahon position" in creative, all the latest from the Wall Street Journal and Wrestling Observer about what lead to this and where we go from here. Curated especially for the lapsed fan of pro wrestling. One of the most significant pro wrestling news stories ever.
Chris Torres and The Last Wrestling Podcast return with Show 015!PODCAST FRESH NETWORK's Chris Torres delivers his takes on the hottest wrestling topics right now:SASHA BANKS AND NAOMI PEACE OUT - We drop FACTS on what's going on with Sasha Banks and Naomi with respect to their walking out of WWE on the May 16 episode of Raw. We go over the facts covering what happened, what was said, what was announced, and what could be coming up next. STEPHANIE MCMAHON STEPS BACK - It was announced through her Twitter, that Stephanie McMahon would be taking a leave of absence from WWE. We go over what this could mean in the long-term and short-term amidst news that her husband, Paul Levesque, is back with the WWE full-time. AEW DOUBLE OR NOTHING - We run through the card and talk about the AEW World Championship match between "Hangman" Adam Page and CM Punk. We also touch on MJF Vs Wardlow, including a fantasy booking involving the former "Monster Among Men." SHOW BREAKDOWN:00:00 - Intro02:07 - Sasha Banks and Naomi Peace Out23:15 - Stephanie McMahon Steps Back29:03 - AEW Double Or Nothing Card 31:00 - CM Punk Vs "Hangman" Adam Page thoughts35:45 - OutroTAPED MAY 28, 2022.FOLLOW PODCAST FRESH: INSTAGRAM | TWITTERFOLLOW CHRIS TORRES: INSTAGRAMFOLLOW RYAN "ACAPELLO" MELO: INSTAGRAM | SOUNDCLOUD |Download Jungle, One Winged Angel, Facts, Dirty Bottles, and more at Acapello's Soundcloud pagePodcast Fresh: Fresh Prince of Bel-Air drops every TuesdayThe Last Wrestling Podcast drops every WeekendPodcast Fresh: Cafe drops every WeekendE-MAIL US AT PODCASTFRESH2020@GMAIL.COM WITH QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, STORIES, OR WHATEVER ELSE IS ON YOUR MIND!
Les Thatcher and Vic Sosa share some thoughts that stem from Paul Levesque's interview with The Athletic and with Maria Kanellis-Bennett's interest in returning to ROH, Les recounts his experiences moving from inside the ring to behind the curtain. Thanks for listening and have a great weekend~!
Chris Torres and The Last Wrestling Podcast return with Show 012!PODCAST FRESH NETWORK's Chris Torres delivers his takes on the hottest wrestling topics right now, this week joined by Ryan Melo. On this show:TRIPLE H RETIRES - Following a cardiac event last fall, Paul Levesque aka "Triple H" has retired as an in-ring performer. We talk Triple H's career both in-ring and out of the ring and the reactions he has received from fans and those in the business since making his announcement. WRESTLEMANIA 38 PREVIEW AND PREDICTIONS - We take a look at the biggest show on WWE's calendar: WrestleMania 38! With 14 matches (at current time) spread over 2 nights, WWE takes the stage in Austin, Texas with the likes of Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Kevin Owens, Ronda Rousey and Charlotte at the top of this year's card. We get you ready for the biggest show of the year! SHOW BREAKDOWN:00:00 - Intro03:00 - Triple H Retires16:00 - WrestleMania 38 Thoughts20:00 - Bianca Belair Vs Becky Lynch (Raw Women's Title)28:00 - Rey Mysterio and Dominic Mysterio Vs The Miz and Logan Paul37:00 - Seth Rollins Vs Vince McMahon's Pick43:00 - Charlotte Vs Ronda Rousey (Smackdown Women's Title)52:00 - Johnny Knoxville Vs Sami Zayne (Anything Goes Match)56:00 - Austin Theory Vs Pat McAfee 1:01:00 - Edge Vs AJ Styles1:06:00 - Roman Reigns Vs Brock Lesnar (Champ Vs Champ, unification)1:17:00 - OutroTAPED TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 2022.FOLLOW PODCAST FRESH: INSTAGRAM | TWITTERFOLLOW CHRIS TORRES: INSTAGRAMFOLLOW RYAN "ACAPELLO" MELO: INSTAGRAM | SOUNDCLOUD |Download Jungle, One Winged Angel, Facts, Dirty Bottles, and more at Acapello's Soundcloud pagePodcast Fresh: Fresh Prince of Bel-Air drops every TuesdayThe Last Wrestling Podcast drops every WeekendPodcast Fresh: Cafe drops every WeekendE-MAIL US AT PODCASTFRESH2020@GMAIL.COM WITH QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, STORIES, OR WHATEVER ELSE IS ON YOUR MIND!
This week, a LOADED show for you, including a chat with the legendary ECW Original, former WWE Champion and Hall of Famer, ROB VAN DAM! Rob Van Dam is headed to Toronto for GreekTown Wrestling on April 10 in Toronto, but sits down with Mike McGuire to talk about Wrestlemania Memories, His recent reveal of suffering from numerous concussions through the decades and the effect they are having, plus of course, this episode has a wee bit of talk about... plants... Further, Mike and The Wrestling Observer's Dave Meltzer go through the life of Triple H as a wrestler, and what the life of Paul Levesque will look like moving forward after his near fatal cardiac incident last fall. They also talk New Japan Cup, is Zack Sabre Jr. the best foreigner in NJPW history, Bianca and Bobby returning on Raw and more before a loaded WrestleMania weekend! Plus, find out how you can be a part of our WM Weekend coverage! Patreon members get an additional 15 minutes of content this week!
Jason Powell and Jake Barnett co-host the Pro Wrestling Boom and Dot Net Weekly combo show and discuss Paul Levesque announcing his in-ring career is over, Shad Gaspard being named the Warrior Award winner, WrestleMania 38, non-WWE shows of interest during WrestleMania weekend, AEW Dynamite, and more...
Kenny and Fin are back to talk about what they wanna see on RAW & SD coming out of Crown Jewel, Tony Khan's recent comments, Paul Levesque's future and much more. Enjoy! Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/insidetheropes See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this edition of UNcanceled With Drake Wuertz, Drake and Co-Host "Rad Rob" Rob Francois drop the news about Drake running for State Representative of Florida. They also talk about Jim Cornette saying that Drake walked out of an NXT meeting that Paul Levesque was holding. They also cover Dr. Anthony Fauci's recent claims that once the COVID-19 "vaccine" is approved by the FDA, that employers will mandate that everyone gets it. They also talk more about Florida Governor Ron DeSantis' fight against schools in the state regarding vaccinations and masking our children. As always, Drake wraps up the show with the Inspirational Bible Verse of the Week!Please feel free to check out our Patreon page!https://www.patreon.com/uncanceledpodcastYou can email us firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow the show on Twitter and Instagram :@uncanceledpodFollow Drake on his Instagram page :@thedrakeweurtzPlease visit the Campaign page for Drake to get more info and to support!www.votedrake.com
It’s been a long time since the last podcast at Riffing On Wrestling, so here’s a brand new one for you, recorded with my old Fighting Spirit Magazine colleague and It Could Be Said author Will Cooling. On this no-notes show we discuss WWE in the Nick Khan era and where that leaves Paul Levesque in the WWE pecking order, and get into a fascinating discussion about why each side is so vehement in their delight or revulsion towards All Elite Wrestling. Be sure to tweet me @hardcopyDOTie with your points of view stemming from the show, and share it with all your wrestling fans while it’s free! This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit riffingonwrestling.substack.com
The Let Me Downs are a three piece punk rock band that was formed out of the ashes of broken hearts and empty glasses in grey winter skies of Tacoma, WA in 2019. The band began when Paul Levesque (bass,vocals) relocated from Phoenix, AZ to Tacoma, WA. Paul recruited Garrett “Stump” Guadiana (drums) and Pat Hall (guitar, vocals). After just one rehearsal, the trio knew they were onto something good. After just a few more rehearsals they had written what is now their debut record titled “Tacoma Is For Lovers”. Soon after the band formed Paul had to unexpectedly move back to Phoenix. But, the band did not want to throw in the towel just yet. With traveling out of the question during the pandemic, Paul recorded his bass and vocals in Arizona while Pat and Garrett recorded their parts in Washington. The outcome was 11 emotionally driven and punk rock energized songs. Their debut record is slated to be released July 16, 2021. "This record definitely means a lot to me. I wrote most of these songs when I was going through a real tough time in my life. A lot of life changes happening. Still pulls on the heart strings a little bit when ever I play or hear the songs. My mind is still blown how we pulled this off. Recording in two different states is something I have never done. It was a challenge for sure. But, I couldn't be more stoked on how everything came together. I'm super proud of what Garrett, Pat and myself were able to accomplish." - Paul Levesque (bass, vocals) “I am really proud of what we were able to create. In the midst of a pandemic and in different states, we were able to collaborate and write an honest album I am truly proud of. Can't wait to see what we can do when not locked down.” Pat Hall (Guitar, Vocals) "Te three of us put together, our blood sweat and emotions into this album and are proud of how it turned out and can't wait to show it off."- Garrett STUMP Guadiana (Drums) Stream the new single "Tacoma Is For Lovers" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVUXQY8fLOc https://open.spotify.com/track/3AgSQMmL4sMSpsefJn3y4X?si=80d5c796180c4455 Upcoming record release show: Saturday July 17th at Yucca Tap Room in Tempe Az! Also w/ Madd Dog Tannen, Reason Unknown and First or Last. FB Event: https://fb.me/e/4WVffpTagwww.facebook.com/letmedownswa www.instagram.com/letmedownsband This episode is proudly brought to you by: #Betterhelp : https://www.betterhelp.com/sipod for 10% off #Coldest Water Bottle: Use code "10DEREK" for 10% off https://thecoldestwater.com/ #LootCrate : http://loot.cr/3rWoAnw Code "Suckitpodcast" for 15% off BUY MERCH!!!!! #Merch Store: https://www.dckproductions.com/shop Follow me: https://www.instagram.com/suckitpodcast https://www.facebook.com/suckitpodcast https://www.twitter.com/suckit_podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thedarksideofmusic/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thedarksideofmusic/support