The eleventh episode of Off The Top Rope...
...the CageSider's Pro Wrestling Podcast - made for you - by fans like you, has been made available to you as of yesterday (May. 9, 2013), by none-other-than your fellow CageSiders, Mike (vfn) & Rex Ivanovic (formerly Buckeye Brawler).
Each episode features the guys discussing the latest news and goings-on of note in the pro wrestling world. Plus, they review a classic professional wrestling event! This week's episode features chatter from Mike & Rex on the mic discussing the week that was and more, in addition to talking current events, they took on WCW Souled Out 1998!
- [0:03:00-0:09:00] In this episode, Jason Mann of Wrestlespective stopped by and after the intros were out of the way the guys all discussed...
- [0:03:00-0:13:30] - Raw talk, including BROCK LESNAR IS RUDE. Also discussed: dance-offs, bad promos, and... well, not much else, as there wasn't a lot to this week's episode of Raw.
- [0:13:30-0:23:00] - What are you doing, TNA?
- [0:25:30-2:12:00] - The show the guys talked about this week was -- WCW Souled Out 1998 along with some added in randomness (Luchador Logic, 1.5 million dollar bonds, WCW dropping the ball on Bret Hart, and much more). The guys also revealed what show they're reviewing next week (CWF Battle of the Belts 2).
Check out the show below...
Thu, 9 May 2013
FOLLOW OFF THE TOP ROPE: A PRO WRESTLING PODCAST --
Direct download: Episode_11_-_WCW_Souled_Out_1998.mp3
Mike & Rex of Off the Top Rope would like to add these thoughts ~
"Don't forget to let us know what you thought of this episode, your thoughts on WCW Souled Out 1998, or just flat out what you think about our show in general, via any of the ways to get in touch with us...
~ Thanks for listening!"
Editorial Note: This Fan-Podcast has been promoted to the front page and various sections within Cageside Seats for your enjoyment, Cagesiders! It is however, solely a production created by Fans for Fans, please remember, the opinions expressed herein are solely the subjective opinions of "Mike & Rex" and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cageside Seats Management, Editors or Staff.