More than just a silly wrestling podcast
As a kid fan in the Ruthless Aggression era, wrestling was all I cared about. I stopped watching the product around 2010, but got back in when the Hardy Boys returned to WWE at Wrestlemania 33. My passion for wrestling was immediately reignited and I’ve become obsessed over the last several years, which at first I thought was strange as an adult. However, Adam and the Dadleys, along with AEW have shown me that wrestling is still cool, it’s okay to be a nerd about it, and to be passionate about whatever makes you happy. Over the last few years of changing times and mundane adult life, the daily news and review podcasts remain part of my routine as I always listen to them with my morning coffee and on my commute to work. I’m beyond grateful for the work you guys do and I often find myself just as excited to listen to the review of a great (or terrible) wrestling show as I am to watch the show itself. For my Five Star Review Review, could you please review anything involving MNM. Like I said, I was a fan as a child in the 2000s and thought MNM were absolute geeks. Also, the comments section should be interesting with Melina involved. Keep up the great work fellas, much love from the U.S.!! P.s. Sidgwick, I loved “Becoming All Elite” and am currently rereading it. Hamflett, in my opinion you’re even more handsome than Gunther/Walter. Wilbourn, if you could do me a favor and be LESS careful with the soundboard, as nothing pops me more than when you hit the wrong button and play the wrong sound.
Cambrenan227 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/24/23
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I love this podcast more than Roman Reigns loves getting suplexed, more than James Ellsworth loves winking and more than Vince McMahon loves big sweaty men.
talkshowhost86 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/04/18
You are a bunch of pricks, keep it up
TomRdons123 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/20/17
Semi-recently got back into wrestling after a long time away; whatculture in general has been great for filling in the gaps, podcast is no different. Keep up the good work
ScottKeogh84 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/21/18
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