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 (December 13, 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..the fellas feel cursed, as it takes two nights to record. They start with the Daniel Bryan show, er...Raw, and talk about the unification this Sunday, the way Monday night finished, and if the Slammys largely dampered the go-home show for the pay-per-view (PPV). Then it's talk with TNA, and how they desperately need an Edit button.
After the break, it's WCW Mayhem 2000, a card that it's hard to believe wasn't booked by Vince Russo. It features the second of two Mancow-Hart matches the boys have reviewed, Stevie Ray on commentary, Glacier in 2000, Booker T's stupidity as a babyface, and more.
Mike & Rex name their MVPs and LVPs, and then reveal which show they're discussing next week, the 1994 Super J-Cup.
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Direct download: Episode_41_-_WCW_Mayhem_2000.mp3
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