Episode 28 Out Now

Episode 28 has been released!  You can listen to it here at the site or via iTunes, Google Play, or Stitcher.  You can also now get the episode over at Place to Be Nation!  In this episode we discuss:

– What Do We Think of: Triple H?
– Mount Rushmore/Death Valley: STABLES!
– WWF Blast-Off 12/7/1996 Review

Enjoy the show!

2 thoughts on “Episode 28 Out Now

  1. HHH’s biggest problem from 2002-onward is that he wanted to be equal parts Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, and Harley Race. Look back at 2002-2004. He had Race’s moustache, was using AA’s spinebuster, and was leading his own version of the Four Horsemen while carrying around the old NWA/WCW Word title. He’s not burying people these days but he seems to think he can put on Flair/Race-style epics and he really can’t. No reason his match with Rollins at WM needed to go nearly half an hour, for example. His match with Reigns at last year’s Mania didn’t need to be as long as it was either.

    There’s a lot to like about the guy because of his work with NXT but meh. His revisionist history streak (isn’t the official line that WWF beat WCW because DX invaded Nitro with a tank?) and his inflated opinion of himself do him no favours.
    I mean I may have been on Team WCW during the MNW, but I knew that the heavy hitters in the WWF were Austin, Rock, and ‘Taker. These days WWE likes to pretend he was on their level, and it’s just annoying.

    Mount Rushmore for stables

    -Four Horsemen
    I think they must have invented the modern concept of a stable, right?

    It changed everything. With no nWo there’s no DX or Attitude.

    I always thought it was a nWo ripoff but the original version with Shawn Michaels leading it was so revolutionary. It wasn’t original, because it leaned heavily on what the nWo did, but it completely changed the WWF’s on-air product.

    -The Corporation
    It was the perfect vehicle for the Mr. McMahon character. At its peak with Rock as the corporate champion in 1998/early 1999.

    Death Valley

    -The Alliance
    WCW vs WWF vs ECW in 2001 should have been the easiest money Vince ever made. And now the term “invasion” is almost a byword for shitty storylines and lost potential.

    – EV 2.0
    The sad, pathetic ECW retread in TNA.

    Another sad retread from TNA. Bischoff and Hogan team up as heels to invade a southern wrestling company? I can’t put my finger on it but I think I’ve seen that before…

    -nWo 2000
    When Russo tried to revive the nWo with a silver logo, Bret Hart, The Outsiders, and Jeff Jarrett. Bret retired due to injuries, Hall and Nash just fucked off because of course they did, and it was all just Jeff Jarrett hitting people with guitars.
    Seriously. If David Arquette didn’t exist? Jeff Jarrett might be the worst WCW World Champion of all time. And I’m including the dubious “nearly 100 years of history” lineage AND the revived WWE version that was just called the WHC too. So that’s pretty damn “impressive” on Double J’s part.


    1. Jeez those TNA ones are just so bad I didn’t even remember them until you mentioned it. The only TNA faction I remember thinking was kinda fun was Ace’s and Eight’s and only because it gave Bubba Ray a chance to shine on his own.

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