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AEW WrestleDream lived up to its moniker on a few occasions with highlight matches and a significant debut. Shortly after the show ended, host Adam Silverstein took a dive into AEW WrestleDream results with his reactions and grades in Getting Over's signature instant analysis episode. "The Silver King" breaks down a dream match between Bryan Danielson and Zack Sabre Jr., a look at the future of AEW in Hangman Page vs. Swerve Strickland, Christian Cage vs. Darby Allin for the TNT title and the surprise AEW debut of Adam Copeland, the "Rated R Superstar" formerly known as Edge in WWE. What went down Sunday nights and what does all of this mean for AEW going forward? Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
NXT No Mercy received plenty of deserved "California Love" with a TakeOver-style premium live event. Shortly after the show ended, host Adam Silverstein took a dive into NXT No Mercy results with his reactions and grades in Getting Over's signature instant analysis episode. "The Silver King" breaks down Becky Lynch continuing an incredible run with an extreme rules match against Tiffany Stratton, Carmelo Hayes and Ilja Dragunov delivering another NXT championship banger, Baron Corbin and Bron Breakker slappin' meat in the show opener, Trick Williams getting the rocket strapped against Dominik Mysterio and much more, including what these results mean for NXT going forward. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
LJN "Wrestling Superstars" were the first action figure line produced for the Word Wrestling Federation. The line consisted of 64 figures with unique molds, plus an additional 6 major repaints that change the figures look significantly. The figure line was a hit when it debuted in 1984 but has become even more popular in the the collecting world as the figures are seen as pure nostalga. Because the San Fransisco 49ers covered the spread against the NY Giants we are treated to a special guest host! Long time listener and host of the LeJeNdary Wrestling Figures Podcast: 'Babyface' Brian! Plus updates on ISPW 25 and 90's Wrestling Con!
It's fitting that Bret Hart's final WCW appearance is on Thunder, the show where Bret was indended to be the main featured wrestler. He cuts a promo and starts by asking "What the hell happened to wrestling?" before shooting on Vince Russo, BIll Goldberg, and WCW. "The Mother of all Potatoes" Bill Goldberg takes out all of Team Canada. The Filthy Animals defend the WCW Tag Team Championships against the Harris Brothers. Mike Awesome debuts The Lava Lamp Lounge. Follow us on Instagram @GetItAgainPodcast Got 2 (or more) words for us? Email us at GetItAgainPodcast@gmail.com
A five-time world champion and arguably the greatest professional wrestler alive today, "The American Dragon" Bryan Danielson joins Getting Over for an in-depth interview [18:00] detailing his plans for the final year of his full-time career, perspective on the industry, avoidance of leadership responsibilities, ongoing battle with depression, thoughts on how Vince McMahon and Tony Khan may not be all that different, and expectations ahead of his dream match with Zack Sabre Jr. at AEW WrestleDream. Around the conversation with Danielson, host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini celebrate the show's 500th episode with a look back at how the show started and a vision for what's to come. "The Silver King" and "Vintage" also answer a handful of questions from you, our Getting Overheads, before tying a bow on this special episode. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
NXT No Mercy and AEW WrestleDream both go down this weekend leaving host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini in position to take a double deep dive with Getting Over's signature ultimate previews breaking down both cards with predictions. "The Silver King" opens with an in-depth look at NXT [5:10], including Becky Lynch vs. Tiffany Stratton, Carmelo Hayes vs. Ilja Dragunov, Dominik Mysterio vs. Trick Williams and Baron Corbin vs. Bron Breakker. "Vintage" then joins to discuss the ups and downs of AEW [36:35], including Bryan Danielson vs. Zack Sabre Jr., Hangman Page vs. Swerve Strickland, Christian Cage vs. Darby Allin, interesting booking for MJF and Adam Cole, plus the continuation of Chris Jericho and Kenny Omega's feud with Don Callis. Which titles will change hands, and which matches will bang? The guys discuss it all. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
WWE announced the signing of Jade Cargill just minutes before the show, allowing host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini to dig into the ramifications of the major talent move [7:00]. The guys then discuss the not-so-surprising release of Matt Riddle and Roman Reigns' expected return to SmackDown before tackling the week in WWE. "The Silver King" and "Vintage" open with The Main Event [38:25] covering John Cena and AJ Styles being laid out by The Bloodline and LA Knight missing in action plus Cody Rhodes, Jey Uso, Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn teaming up against Judgment Day and JD McDonagh. The guys then move into The Good, The Bad and The Ugly [1:15:00] where they tackle IYO SKY vs. Asuka, Last Man Standing for Seth Rollins vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, the elevation of Drew McIntyre, Otis and Bronson Reed slappin' meat, the Nia Jax disaster and much more. Plus, don't miss The Last Word [2:03:10]. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
Taking Care Of Your Mental Health As A Pro Wrestler Zero-Cost Mental Health Webinar for Professional Wrestlers hosted by YouAreLoved. - More info on YouAreLoved: Website: https://youarelovedlife.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/youarelovedlife Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youarelovedlife/ Email: YouAreLovedLife@gmail.com - Support YouAreLoved on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/AaronMachbitz - More of Carl and Kyle: https://twitter.com/DrCarlMartin https://twitter.com/HKCheifofBeef - Previous Webinars: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVstmgiX-PCpoArHl-NUzc1Qm55y4rHcR Recorded on September 18th, 2023 #Gender #MentalHealth #Prowrestling
The new WCW Heavyweight Champion Kevin Nash takes over Thunder along with Jeff Jarrett, Scott Steiner, and the Natural Born Thrillers at his side. While Nash sends the Natural Born Thrillers out to do his dirty work, Jarrett books a match for himself against a mystery opponent to lead by example. Booker T rally's his own troops with Big Vito, Mike Awesome, and the Filthy Animals aligning themselves with the former champ to take on Nash and company. WCW Power Plant trainer Paul Orndorffn sits down with Tony Schiavone for an interview and gets so worked up he disowns his own students. Follow us on Instagram @GetItAgainPodcast Got 2 (or more) words for us? Email us at GetItAgainPodcast@gmail.com
WWE released a bevy of superstars following its TKO merger on the same day it announced a new TV contract for SmackDown and a deal to hold Elimination Chamber in Perth, Australia, next year. Host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini open with their reaction and instant analysis to the major WWE news, including the releases of Dolph Ziggler and Mustafa Ali [3:00], USA Network surprisingly becoming the home of SmackDown [53:45] and what lies ahead for Raw (will it remain on Monday nights?). "The Silver King" then breaks down the penultimate NXT before No Mercy [1:20:00] -- with Becky Lynch's first appearance as champion headlining -- before moving to AEW [1:36:15] where MJF had a controversial title defense against Samoa Joe, Eddie Kingston won and both Jon Moxley and Adam Cole got injured on Dynamite: Grand Slam. Plus, Rey Fenix, Dominik Mysterio, Toni Storm, Jade Cargill and much more. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
Today we talk about the voices of 80s Wrestling - the voices that brought the action to life for us - the voices we hear when we close our eyes and picture our favorite moments from the Golden Era of Wrestling. Who was your favorite announce duo? Who was your favorite ring announcer? What voice cemented the biggest moments into your memory?
This week, Nikki & Brie connect with the most exciting team from season 32 of Dancing With The Stars, Charity Lawson and Artem Chigvintsev! Charity is fresh off getting engaged on season 20 of The Bachelorette and ready to compete for that Mirror Ball! Nikki certainly has some experience as Artem's dance partner and is ready to offer some advice as Charity and Artem start on their ballroom journey on Tuesday nights on ABC. Charity had a great first week in rehearsals with Artem as they work on consistency, teaching styles, dance styles, and more. Artem is excited for the audience to see what Charity can do on the dance floor, maintaining the frame during the steps and their competition this season. Charity also gives Nikki & Brie an update on Dotun, Disney theme night, Halloween, and her love of Taylor Swift, and Nikki shares Matteo's surprising connection to one specific Blake Shelton song. Charity also opens up about her timeline for marriage and kids with Dotun, the whirlwind experience of going from The Bachelor to The Bachelorette to Dancing with the Stars, what her next career moves, and her thoughts on possible hashtags and team names for herself and Artem, and the one team name that Artem definitely doesn't like. The episode closes out with Inspiration & Affirmation. Charity shares the mindset that she's going into this season with, and Artem shares his philosophy to acknowledge what he's giving up to be on that dance floor and desire to make it all worth it. Tune into Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday nights at 8pm on ABC or live on Disney+ at 8pm EST/5pm PST! Follow Charity on Instagram Follow Artem on Instagram Follow Nikki & Brie on Instagram and send Nikki & Brie a message on Threads! To watch exclusive videos of this week's episode, follow The Nikki & Brie Show on Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok!
The Rock joined Pat McAfee making surprise returns to WWE on SmackDown in a tremendous viral moment. Host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini open The Main Event [20:00] with an in-depth look at The Rock's appearance, his work with Austin Theory and comments made about "locked in" plans with Roman Reigns for WrestleMania 39 plus potential teases for WrestleMani 40 in Philadelphia. The guys then discuss the infusion of John Cena, Cody Rhodes, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Drew McIntyre, AJ Styles and Judgment Day into the Jey Uso vs. Jimmy Uso feud across both brands. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly [1:14:00] covers the rest of the week in WWE, including Shinsuke Nakamura's successful work with Seth Rollins, Becky Lynch becoming NXT women's champion, Chad Gable and LA Knight seeking gold and much more. Plus, thoughts on Jade Cargill and The Last Word [1:50:50] wrap up the show. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
Greg and Ping discuss their experiences at the inaugural Krazy K-Pop Super Concert. Topics include our thoughts about attending this new event, what VIP was like, and opinions of the concert. Please note if you are listening on Spotify, the opening music may be muted due to copyright. The podcast starts at 17 seconds in.
The Heenan Family was a stable of wrestlers managed by Bobby "The Brain" Heenan. Heenan managed wrestlers under the Heenan Family name in the AWA, NWA, and the WWF. Heenan notoriously disliked the term, stating "A stable is a place where you keep a bunch of fly-infested horses," and instead referred to his collective wrestlers as his "family." The name moved with him, and changed members frequently. At one time, the members of the "Heenan Family" posed the greatest threat to Hulkamania during Hogans big push in the 80's.
It was a newsworthy week across NXT and AEW -- for vastly different reasons -- with some other notable names also finding themselves in headlines. Between breaking down the latest both brands, host Adam Silverstein dives into the latest news and rumors surrounding Edge (off to AEW?), Jade Cargill (off to WWE?) and the Grizzled Young Veterans (leaving NXT) with his take on each development [27:10]. "The Silver King" opens with NXT [3:15] where Becky Lynch defeated Tiffany Stratton to capture the women's title and become the sixth Grand Slam champion. Adam then takes a look at the week in AEW [41:05] led by Bryan Danielson's announcement that he's about a year away from ending his full-time in-ring career. Plus: Carmelo Hayes vs. Ilja Dragunov II, MJF vs. Samoa Joe, a missed opportunity for Baron Corbin, Chris Jericho vs. Sammy Guevara and the hilarity of the adjusted AEW All In: London attendance figure. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
Disco Inferno is now Disqo, the hip hop inferno! And everyone wants him gone, even his own stablemates in the Filthy Animals. Former WCW Power Plant Products Chuck Palumbo, Shawn Stasiak, Mark Jindrak, Sean O'Haire, Mike Sanders, and Reno were branded the new New Blood and have now been rebranded again at the Natural Born Thrillers. Crowbar has put himself out there only to have his heart broken. Tank Abbott fires 3 Count. Norman Smiley tries to get rid of the WCW Hardcore Championship. The Insane Clown Posse make their Thunder debut as part of the Dark Carnival with Vampiro wearing the Juggalo Championshit Wrestling World Title on air! Follow us on Instagram @GetItAgainPodcast Got 2 (or more) words for us? Email us at GetItAgainPodcast@gmail.com
WWE is no longer under independent majority control of Vince McMahon for the first time in decades as TKO Group Holdings takes over following WWE's merger with Endeavor. Host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini open with a discussion about the industry shaking news and what it means for the future of WWE [6:00]. "The Silver King" and "Vintage" then move to The Main Event [39:45] with a deep dive into storylines around Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso, crystalizing how they are related and explaining the inclusion of Judgment Day, Cody Rhodes, Kevin Owens and others. Next is The Good, The Bad and The Ugly [1:17:35] where topics include Seth Rollins vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Nia Jax's surprise return during Rhea Ripley vs. Raquel Rodriguez, GUNTHER's celebration, Chad Gable's persistence, IYO SKY vs. Asuka and the latest with LA Knight and Drew McIntyre. Plus, The Last Word [1:59:20] breaks down heel to babyface shifts. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
Minnesota features prominently in the history of professional wrestling. Minneapolis was a prominent "hub" for the sport before promotions like the WWE made it a worldwide sensation. Reporter Stephen Montemayor joins host Eric Roper to discuss pro wrestling's background in the state. LINKS: Why is Minnesota such a hotbed of professional wrestling? (June 2023 Curious Minnesota story)
What should have been a homecoming for Lance Storm and the formation of Team Canada was overshadowed by THE MATCH OF THE MILLENIUM when Mean Gene Okerland and Mark Madden faced off, this time in a Kamloops Street Fight. Jeff Jarrett does a sit down interview about the state of WCW. Above Average Mike Sanders makes his presence felt within the midcard. Booker T and Kevin Nash get ready for their confrontation at Fall Brawl. Follow us on Instagram @GetItAgainPodcast Got 2 (or more) words for us? Email us at GetItAgainPodcast@gmail.com
The Wrestling business has ups and down in terms of popularity. There have been periods where it seems only diehard wrestling fans are tuning into the programming. On the other hand, there have been spikes in its popularity - when wrestling breaks through to "mainstream" and it seems like everyone is a wrestling fan. While no singlular wrestler can be credited for the sudden burst of pop-culture awareness, it does seem there is always one performer leading the charge. During the "Rock N' Wrestling" blowup in the Golden Era of wrestling that performer was The Immortal Hulk Hogan. For the later explosion in popularity of the Attitude Era that peformer was Stone Cold Steve Austin. Both men left a lasting mark on the business....but just who was the more influential of the two?
AEW largely hit the reset button this week, while NXT is full-steam ahead to its next premium live event. Host Adam Silverstein opens by diving into the fallout from AEW All Out on a strong edition of AEW Dynamite [3:05], including MJF feuding with Samoa Joe and Roderick Strong, Swerve Strickland confronting Hangman Page, Orange Cassidy being propped up and too much focus on Nick Wayne. "The Silver King" then breaks down the week in NXT [28:15] with Becky Lynch planning to face Tiffany Stratton next week, Bron Breakker slamming Von Wagner with steel steps, Ilja Dragunov and Wes Lee both going after Carmelo Hayes, and Dominik Mysterio helping Mustafa Ali beat Dragon Lee. Plus, a detailed look at the conclusion of NJPW G1 Climax 33 [47:20]. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
With WWE Payback in the books and WWE Fastlane ahead, no time was wasted telling intriguing stories focused on John Cena, Jey Uso and Judgment Day. Host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini open with a second look at WWE Payback featuring Becky Lynch [4:35] before exploring whether a CM Punk reunion with WWE makes any sense [14:45]. "The Silver King" and "Vintage" move to The Main Event [26:50] where they cover Jimmy Uso confronting Cena and getting into it with The Bloodline, Jey Uso debuting on Raw and reconnecting with Sami Zayn, Judgment Day celebrating while evaluating two new members, and a SmackDown trade that may involve Cody Rhodes. The guys then break down The Good, The Bad and The Ugly [55:50] from the week, led by GUNTHER vs. Chad Gable for the intercontinental title, Seth Rollins' issues with Shinsuke Nakamura persisting, The Miz creating a legendary moment and Charlotte Flair injecting herself into another women's title feud. Plus, The Last Word [1:37:20] and much more. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
Jim Ellermeyer, host of the mindfulness podcast "Fishing Without Bait", interviews pro wrestler Jessie Notarius, known in the ring as Tatiana The Unwilting. They discuss Jessie's experiences as a female wrestler, including dealing with inappropriate fans, respect from male wrestlers, and her career goals. Jessie talks about her current feud with Valerie Vermin and gives advice to young women pursuing their dreams. She promotes her upcoming match and invites listeners to connect on social media. The episode provides an insightful look into the world of women's professional wrestling. See Jessie's Scenic Theater work on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100083914576326) and follow her Pro Wrestling Adventures at https://twitter.com/TatianaWrestles Are you finding benefit from this show? We appreciate any support with our Patreon page! Pledge as little as $1 a month for extra clips, behind the scenes and more at www.patreon.com/fishingwithoutbait ! Subscribe to our Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Music, TuneIn or look for it on your favorite Podcatcher!
AEW All Out 2023 exceeded expectations, overdelivering with a show held one week after AEW All Out: London and in the wake of CM Punk exiting the company. Shortly after the show ended, host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini convene to break down AEW All Out results with reactions and grades [4:15] in Getting Over's signature instant analysis episode. "The Silver King" and "Vintage" dive into the three show stealers -- Orange Cassidy vs. Jon Moxley, Kenny Omega vs. Konosuke Takeshita, Bryan Danielson vs. Ricky Starks -- along with the MJF and Samoa Joe stare down. Adam & Chris next dig deep into the firing of CM Punk [1:08:15], including what happened at All In, Tony Khan's role in the controversy, how a termination was always an inevitable outcome and why Punk deserves the lion's share of the blame even if others contributed to the situation. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
WWE Payback 2023 overdelivered from Pittsburgh, exceeding expectations that it would be a secondary premium live event -- particularly due to John Cena's presence. Shortly after the show ended, host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini convene to break down WWE Payback results with reactions and grades in Getting Over's signature instant analysis episode. "The Silver King" and "Vintage" dive into the elevation of Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Seth Rollins, Becky Lynch vs. Trish Stratus inside a steel cage being well worth the wait, Judgment Day prevailing in a banger over Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn, Cena hosting and guest refereeing LA Knight vs. The Miz, Cody Rhodes' big announcement involving Jey Uso and title defenses for Rhea Ripley and Rey Mysterio. Plus, what the Payback results mean for WWE going forward. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
No matter the sport, fans often debate who the greatest of all time is? Lebron or Jordan? Montana or Brady? What if the question isn't "Who's the Greatest of All time?" but rather a question of head-to-head "Who's Better" between 2 of the All Time Greats? Today we debate just that....Who's Better..Bret Hart or Shawn Michaels?
It's the go-home show for New Red Rising and yes, it's happening! Late-stage WCW at it's finest as Mean Gene Okerland teams up with Buff Bagwell to take on Positively Kanyon and Mark Madden! Jeff Jarrett goes on an El Kabong spree. The Dark Carnival does more stuff to progress their storylines laterally. At least we have Stevie Ray on commentary. Good ol' Stevie Ray, nothing beats that! Follow us on Instagram @GetItAgainPodcast Got 2 (or more) words for us? Email us at GetItAgainPodcast@gmail.com
AEW All Out 2023 should be an interesting show coming just one week after AEW All In: London with CM Punk controversy continuing to swirl. Host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini take a deep dive with Getting Over's signature AEW All Out ultimate preview breaking down the card with predictions [26:25]. "The Silver King" and "Vintage" take a look at whether booking this show immediately after All In was smart and whether these matches are worthy of a pay-per-view. They also break down Orange Cassidy vs. Jon Moxley, MJF & Adam Cole in tag team action, whether The Elite vs. Bullet Club Gold is ahead and which titles will change hands. But first, Adam dives into the latest involving CM Punk [4:00] and his long-term status with AEW to kick off the show. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
NXT continued its strong run with a stage-setting episode that paved the way for NXT No Mercy. Host Adam Silverstein opens with a. look at more WWE tributes to Bray Wyatt before diving into the latest NXT show, which featured a cameo by the Street Profits. "The Silver King" then discusses Roxanne Perez vs. Gigi Dolan vs. Kianna James vs. Blair Davenport serving as an impressive main event, the Creed Brothers shining in their return, Carmelo Hayes suddenly becoming shook by Ilja Dragunov, Baron Corbin going face-to-face with Bron Breakker, and Mustafa Ali and Dragon Lee both wanting to go after Dominik Mysterio (with Rhea Ripley). Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
An emotional week for WWE following the deaths of Bray Wyatt and Terry Funk continued with tributes across SmackDown and Raw as go-home storylines resumed for WWE Payback 2023. Host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini take a deep dive with Getting Over's signature WWE Payback ultimate preview [58:05] breaking down the matches with predictions. Will Shinsuke Nakamura shock Seth Rollins or Judgement Day upend Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn for their respective titles? Is Becky Lynch vs. Trish Stratus feud set to end on a high note? Will Rhea Ripley get back on track against Raquel Rodriguez? Plus, what are the plans for LA Knight and Cody Rhodes? "The Silver King" and "Vintage" open by tackling John Cena's return to WWE [7:55] before discussing the tributes for Windham Rotunda [15:22] and looking at The Good, The Bad and The Ugly from SmackDown and Raw [39:23]. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
AEW All In: London stands out as a tentpole pay-per-view that may have sent momentum surging upward. Shortly after the show ended, host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini convene to break down AEW All In: London results with reactions and grades in Getting Over's signature instant analysis episode. "The Silver King" and "Vintage" dive into AEW's achievement at Wembley Stadium, the booking of MJF vs. Adam Cole, CM Punk stealing headlines after a backstage altercation with Jack Perry, Saraya's special moment, Mercedes Mone teases, Chris Jericho putting over Will Ospreay, the good and bad of Stadium Stampede, Sting impressing once again, four title changes and what this means for AEW going forward. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
Hear our thoughts live from the biggest weekend in the history of Professional Wrestling in the United Kingdom : - RevPro 11th anniversary show - Meeting 'Uncle' Dave Metlzer - AEW All In featuring CM Punk vs Samoa Joe Chris Jericho vs Will Ospreay FTR vs the Young Bucks MJF vs Adam Cole for the AEW World Championship AND MUCH MUCH MORE! (with special thanks to Mark, Matt, Dan, Louis, Callum & Ben)
Kentucky's own, Alexis Littlefoot makes her WWT debut. WWT Senior Writer #NickieBooshie sits down with 'The Big Flexer' to discuss her career, dream opponents, and being black in wrestling. Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFdBQ7GppuiNvITfZ2M_KuA/join HELPFUL LINKS: Website - [https://wwtalkpod.com] DONATE: [https://cash.app/$WWTalkPod/] [https://ko-fi.com/wwtalk] LISTEN: Apple Podcasts: [https://apple.co/3hIUnlx] Spotify: [https://spoti.fi/32CGbGL] LIKE AND FOLLOW: Follow us on Twitter - [https://twitter.com/wwtalkpod] Like us on Facebook - [https://www.facebook.com/wwtalkpod] Follow us on Instagram - [http://instagram.com/wwtalkpod] Check Out Our Merch: https://forurwear.com/womens-wrestling-talk/ ABOUT WOMEN'S WRESTLING TALK : The #1 Women's Wrestling Show on the Planet, showcases news and interviews with top female wrestlers and professionals throughout the industry. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for use & for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/womens-wrestling-talk/message
In a special edition of the show, the careers and legacies of Bray Wyatt and Terry Funk are remembered following their deaths. Host Adam Silverstein, co-host Chris Vannini and special guest Jack Crosby take a deep dive into Windham Rotunda. From his debut as Husky Harris to his final Uncle Howdy storyline, Wyatt's creative genius and remarkable persona are remembered with a focus on Wyatt as cult leader of The Wyatt Family with Luke Harper and Erick Rowan, his multitude of high-profile WrestleMania matches, the transition into The Fiend, the uniqueness of the Firefly Fun House match with John Cena and why his legacy will endure long after his passing. Adam and Jack then take a trip down memory lane discussing one of the greatest wrestlers of all-time in Funk. From his legendary feud with Ric Flair to becoming a tentpole that helped create ECW under Paul Heyman to his run alongside close friend Mick Foley (as Cactus Jack) in WWF, Funk left a lasting image of what it truly means to be a professional wrestler. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
AEW All In: London promises to be a spectacle as AEW visits Wembley Stadium with more than 80,000 fans in attendance. Host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini take a deep dive with Getting Over's signature AEW All In: London ultimate preview breaking down the card with predictions [18:00]. The guys take a look at AEW's achievement, the decision to book All Out the following week and the overall booking leading into the show. Will the friendship between MJF and Adam Cole last, will one turn heel and how will their two championship matches transpire? Does Will Ospreay get his huge moment against Chris Jericho? Will the trios match with Kenny Omega and Jay White steal the show? Is it possible Sting calls it a career? How many title changes should be expected? Plus, will there be any surprises? "The Silver King" and "Vintage" answer all of that and more. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
Lance Storm proves he's an impact player in WCW as he enters this episode of Thunder as a triple champion, holding the Canadian Heavyweight Championship (WCW United States Championship), the 100kg and Under Championship (WCW Cruiserweight Championship), and the Saskatchewan Hardcore International Title (WCW Hardcore Championship). Will Storm leave as a triple champion after The Cat makes he defend all three titles? Plus, Judy Bagwell demands a match against Positively Kanyon, Skip Over's nam