The latest episode of Off The Top Rope is here!
The Cagesider's Pro Wrestling Podcast - made for you - by fans like you, has been made available for your listening pleasure as of today (October 31, 2013), by none-other-than your fellow Cagesiders, Mike (vfn) & Rex Ivanovic (the author formerly known as 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.
In this episode, Mike and Rex cannot agree at all on Hell in a Cell and the long-term plans for Daniel Bryan. But we talk about a very good Raw, Damien Sandow being elevated, and more. We then talk about TNA, where the off-the-screen news is far more interesting than the on-screen product.
We then take a break and go into the first step of our Month of Bad Wrestling, Victory Road 2009. We talk about forgotten finishes, how much Magnus has improved, and Sharmell vs. Jenna Morasca... WHY!?
We name our MVP and LVPs, and then talk about next week's show, Great American Bash 1991, before technical issues force an audible at the end.
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Direct download: Episode_36_-_TNA_Victory_Road_2009.mp3
Mike & Rex of Off the Top Rope would like to add these thoughts ~
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~ Thanks for listening!"
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