The much-anticipated (ha!) conclusion to Brandon and Danielle seeing too much wrestling in a short period of time and it still notbeing enough somehow is finally here! We preview Inspire Pro’s Clash at the Bash (as this was recorded prior to the event), recap Chikara Pro’s triumphant return, and how baller Davey Vega is. Because he really, really is.
This week, Rachel Summerlyn – former wrestler, current producer at Inspire Pro, lady not to be trifled with, and all around lovely person – sat down to talk In Their Blood, Portia Perez’s much anticipated return to Texas, the struggles of female professional wrestlers, and the importance of context and presentation in women’s wrestling. Note: If you missed her on the scene before, you’re gonna miss the heck out of her after this podcast.
Ever wanted to know what it was like to watch a pay-per-view with Brandon and Danielle? Desperate for our expert slammentary? Well then you’re in luck, friend! Queue up In Your House 7, sync up the podcast, take our hands, and let us lead you through the terror and glory that is wrestling’s past.
Brandon and Danielle recap their two very different live wrestling experiences over WrestleMania weekend, including getting chicken-wung by Bob Backlund, and the sheer delight of having Jervis Cottonbelly and Dasher Hatfield in the same room. We also talk Warrior, Impact Wrestling, and the roller coaster that has been this week in pro wrestling.
Practically perfect in every way (and also Spud is there too).
On this week’s episode (recorded the previous week), Brandon lets Danielle talk about TNA, perhaps not knowing the tirade it would unleash. Some Raw thoughts, multiple exclamations about how great Ethan Carter III is, then a little buttstuff fanfic to round out this very shouty episode.
Fresh from their exhausting trips to National Pro Wrestling Day, Robert and Danielle try to get a different perspective on the events of February 2nd by interviewing a man at the heart of the destructive Devastation Corporation, Max Smashmaster. It…does not go quite as planned.