Rudo Radio spoke with Vice Sports’ David Roth this week about what it’s like to live a life surrounded by wrestling without ever watching any.
This week’s Rudo Radio looks at Extreme Rules as well as the fallout on RAW, talks women’s divisions, and of course, the Great Ball of Fire logo.
We’ve got a lot to talk about on this week’s episode, and we’ve brought Dave Gibb along to help us out.
The wrestling was great this week, but the heartbreak was even greater.
Looking at the Rumble, Elimination Chamber, and what it could all mean for WrestleMania 33 in Orlando.
Rudo Radio is back from an unexpected hiatus to talk about the week in WWE programming.
The Miz and Dolph Ziggler had the match of the night at TLC, but it wasn’t the only excitement from this week.
We went from a basic RAW vs. SmackDown for bragging rights to actual structural changes to each show depending on the victors
And RAW was far superior to last week’s disaster, too
This week’s SmackDown and Talking Smack were so, so good. RAW? It was regular good, but also had Goldberg.
No Mercy was a good show even with the weird scheduling. Goldberg probably isn’t being brought back for us, though.
We recapped a busy (and successful!) week in wrestling, starting with Backlash and ending up back in Lucha Underground