The WWF Mount Rushmore – Round 2 – Episode 15

Episode 15

Chewie is joined by fellow 406er Pip to talk about their all time favorite WWE / WWF wrestlers. This is the podcast / vlog that they’ve been talking about for years now. It’s the first of (hopefully) many in this two man format. NOTE: the video is sort of choppy but audio is perfect. We’re looking into converting this into an audio only podcast format. Stay tuned! You know how this goes… subscribe on YouTube, comment, … Continue reading

The WWF Mount Rushmore – All Time Greatest – Episode 13

Episode 13

Chewie talks about his all time favorite WWE / WWF wrestlers and why his beard looks so silly. Also… I’m THRILLED to report that my brother Pip is going to join me on an upcoming episode to re-do this list and to give you his thoughts – stay tuned! You know how this goes… subscribe on YouTube, comment, like, share, etc. Here’s to you friends!

The Wrestling Classic Review – Episode 7

Episode 7 Title

Chewie reviews the 1985 WWF PPV ‘The Wrestling Classic‘. The event took place on November 7, 1985, at the Rosemont Horizon in Rosemont, Illinois and included a 16 man tournament as well as a WWF Championship match between champion Hulk Hogan and Rowdy Roddy Piper. You know how this goes… subscribe on YouTube, comment, like, share, etc. Here’s to you friends!

Yeah… I Might Need To Buy This

Cavs WWE World Title Belt

I’m a bit of a pro wrestling fan. I’m a bit of a Cavaliers fan. If you know me at all, you know that both of those are complete understatements. So when I saw this tweet from WWE COO Triple H you can imagine my glee: An unprecedented comeback and a long overdue @NBA Championship… THAT is something to celebrate. Congrats @cavs! pic.twitter.com/dPmnnR6mP3 — Triple H (@TripleH) June 20, 2016 To steal a line from … Continue reading

More PPVs Coming From WWE?

NXT Takeover The End Promo

There’s a lot of content for WWE fans these days. Quite frankly, there’s too much content and from the sounds of things there’s about to be even more. Way back in June of last year I wrote a post called I Missed WWE RAW This Week & I Don’t Care. In that post I pointed out how the WWE was in a stretch where there were four PPVs in a stretch of 50 days. According to … Continue reading

Extreme Rules (2016) – Two Matches & The Rest

Extreme Rules (2016)

Last night the WWE was in New Jersey for this year’s version of Extreme Rules. There’s a special place in my heart these days for this PPV. A couple of years ago, my youngest son was born on the day of this event and I got to watch it from our hospital room that evening. Normally Mark and I get together to watch the shows but he called an audible to catch up on some much … Continue reading

Payback (2016) – The Dawn of a New Era?

WWE Payback 2016

Last night the WWE was in Chicago for their first PPV since WrestleMania 32 known as Payback. Since WrestleMania, Shane McMahon has been in charge of WWE RAW and he’s been introducing new matches and new Superstars to the company so we got quite a few new faces here as well. Mark and I got together to watch the show as we always do and I have to say that overall I was very happy … Continue reading

WWE Network Now Charging Taxes

WWE Network

Remember when the WWE Network mentioned that one time how it would cost only $9.99 per month? You know… that one time. If you blinked you might have missed it. Yes. I’m joking. The WWE went out of their way to tell us about 3,720 times per episode of RAW that the Network would only cost $9.99 per month. And that was the case since day one… until now. I just got my monthly statement … Continue reading

Fastlane (2016) – Speed Bump To WrestleMania

Fastlane (2016)

Last night the WWE rolled into my home town of Cleveland, Ohio for it’s monthly PPV – Fastlane. We’re well on the Road to WrestleMania with the big show only 41 days away as of this writing. WWE has been dealing with rash of injuries of late including John Cena, Seth Rollins, Sting, Cesaro, etc. Mark and I had the chance to go to this show but we decided to pass for a variety of reasons. … Continue reading

What’s Changed With Roman Reigns?

Roman Reigns

We’re less than 2 months removed from Tables, Ladders & Chairs (2015). At that PPV, Roman Reigns lost his match to Sheamus and then absolutely went berserk after the match beating the holy hell out of the League of Nations, Sheamus and HHH to a thunderous ovation. The crowd was actually chanting, “Thank you Roman!” The next night, Reigns captured the heavyweight championships in one of the best RAWs we’ve seen in recent memory. The overwhelming … Continue reading