The retro TIA rewind rolls on and we're setting the dial on the wayback machine all the way to season 1 when we covered the classic matchup between Randy Savage and The Ultimate Warrior at WrestleMania VII. Don't forget the tissues, folks, that post-match angle is a doozy.
The show format was slightly different back then, but the love and enthusiasm for professional wrestling is as strong as ever.
Enjoy one of our favorite episodes from our first season of podcasting, 2016 vintage.
[Randy Savage vs The Ultimate Warrior, WrestleMania VII, March 24 1991]
CONTENT WARNING: The match discussed in this episode is highly graphic and should only be viewed by those comfortable with excessive blood and violence. Seriously.
The first episode of our TIA rewind series takes us back to season 6 and Big Japan Wrestling for a festive deathmatch that will test even the most hardened wrestling fan's limits. This is the Dangerous Christmas for Deathmatch Fluorescent Light Tubes Tree & Glass Plate & Alpha Deathmatch with Masashi Takeda taking on Masaya Takahashi.
Happy holidays from all your friends at Watch Great Wrestling!
[Masashi Takeda vs. Masaya Takahashi, BJW Death Vegas 2017, December 17 2017]
WATCH GREAT WRESTLING -- New wrapper, same flavor.
Watch Great Wrestling is a podcast from Los Angeles-based wrestling crew Muscle Temple.
Formerly known as This Is Awesome? WGW is an informal research project with little to no methodology.
Your hosts watch the best wrestling matches of all time, suggested by you, and share them with their friends.
While looking for a new pro wrestling autobiography to read, Chuck discovered that many of these books have forewards written by other pro wrestlers. Naturally, he made a game out of it.
Frank and Joaquin face off in this buzzer game that will test their skills in critical listening and wrestling minutiae. Who will be the ultimate winner? How many times will Chuck botch the reading? Listen and find out!
Inspired by Matthew J. McPherson's one shot role playing game Actual Cannibal Shia LaBeouf, Joaquin has crafted yet another one-session game of wrestling madness to confound Frank and Chuck. For this game, the duo is tasked with stepping into the shoes of beleaguered billionaire and owner/operator of All Elite Wrestling Tony Khan and picks up immediately following the media scrum of All out 2022.
Following the Gripe Bomb, will this booking team be able to escape the ghost of CM Punk? Or will the company fall victim to a Pepsi plunge in backstage morale?