Subscribe to the podcast via: iTunes | RSS Feed | Email Newsletter
Bob Bamber is joined by Rory McNamara and Craig Wilson reviewing a big month of WWF action. After the first ever Hell in a Cell match and the debut of Kane, we look at a barmy first Raw of the month, the debut of "Degenaration X", Jim Cornette and his "opinion", the return of Jeff Jarrett and the overtly racist overtones of the latest angles involving Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart and the Nation of Domination.
At the conclusion of the show, we take a look back at the life and career of Brian Pillman 20 years on from his death.=
Bob Bamber is joined by Tom Martyn and Rory McNamara reviewing an absolutely mental Halloween Havoc pay per view - where the match of the year candidate may not have even cracked the top 5 moments on the show. We also look at the return of Ric Flair, an avalanche of Sting's and the rapid ascent of Bill Goldberg.
Erick Landstrom is joined by Chris Lacey reviewing all of the ECW action for October. It might have only been two weeks of "new TV" but does feature an ECW Heavyweight Title change.
Chris White is joined by Tom Martyn and Bob Bamber reviewing the latest UFC action as Vitor Belfort takes on Randy Couture and Tank Abbot subs in for Dan Severn in the main event in an all-heavyweight UFC 15: Collision Course.
Chris White is joined by Bob Bamber reviewing the first ever Pride Fighting Championship show from Japan. Featuring a 30-minute snoozer between Dan Severn and Kimo Leopaldo, a brutal knockout by Gary Goodridge, a fighter escaping a chokehold by falling out the ring, a kickboxing bout that ends in a no-contest and much more!
The Bloody Elbow piece on the pro-wrestling background that lead to the formation of Pride FC