Episode 112: Wrestling News
We figured it had been some time since we’ve last done an episode that was dedicated to some of the bigger news topics in the world of wrestling. This time around, we take a look at all of the talk that’s been happening in regard to the Women’s Hell in a Cell match between Charlotte Flair and Sasha Banks. Did it live up to expectations? Now that it’s over, where do we go from here?
We then venture on over to talking about the Undertaker showing up for the 900th episode of Smackdown and how rumors are constantly flowing as if this may be it for the Phenom. Will he take on John Cena at next year’s WrestleMania? Or will something else happen? When will the Undertaker finally call it quits or is this man going to die in the ring?
Speaking of quits, we take a look at how in the hell can TNA still be alive? Everyone makes their jokes but this company still pulls through. It’s not that we want wrestlers to be jobless but this company has proven time and time again that they can’t pay the bills. Will this time be different? (Hint: Probably not)
Lastly, we look at the rumored Cruiserweight Show in development for the WWE Network, along with an interesting topic on Trademark Law thanks to Tony Nese and Drew Gulak getting their trademark applications abandoned (you can tell John is happy about this). This ends up with us discussing what they want to do with TJ Perkins.
Enjoy the show!Next Episode: Episode 113: Jonathan Presley with Detroit Style Wrestling
Previous Episode: Episode 111: Bill Goldberg
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About The Accidental Wrestling FanWhat happens when you find yourself getting back into wrestling? Where do you start? Do you go back to where you left off or do you jump in to the present? If you are new to wrestling, then this is the podcast for you. Listen in as four wrestling fans talk about the crazy and wonderful world of sports entertainment. From wrestling spotlights to current news discussions, John, Damon, Michael, and Lino take a look at wrestling around the world and its ever evolving style.
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