Close the window because there’s a draft in here. No not this window, it has the link to the file. Joe Gagne went to the genuine draft and appears here to provide extensive spoilers of the 7/22 Main Event tapings. A show so check it out.
Joe is joined by Justin Shapiro & Matt Feuerstein for part 4 of the epic History of WrestleMania series. The lads cover Manias 29-32, with topics including the end of Rock/Cena, being at Mania live, the series finale of Daniel Bryan, that Undertaker guy losing, the trouble with Roman Reigns, Shane McMahon: badass, more trouble with Roman Reigns, and so much more. We all kind of lose our minds during the 32 recap. 2 hours of majestic Mania talk!
The tenth anniversary of Joe Vs. The World kicks off with a return to the WWF in 1997. Joe and Justin look at some great TV and medicore PPV’s, the Vader hostage situation, the real Sunday Night Heat, Light bulb jokes, wrestlers who care, shoot interviews, Sunny Days, tag partners feuding, and glorious, glorious puns. An action packed 90 minutes to kick off the celebration!
It’s a new year but the gang at thecubsfan.com is up to the same old tricks. This time, they all gather for a very special edition of “List Em and Learn,” as Matt is joined by his two dads, Justin and Joe. J&J Security tell Matt what’s what, and teach him what the meaning of New Years is really all about as they count down the top 10 best years in WWE history. They all like matches, so some of them say that matches make a year good. Some of them even like interviews and angles too. Which years will come out on top? Will it be 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, or 2015? Yes, it will be some of those years. One thing these years all have in common is that they all contain the month of June. They have other things in common too, and Matt, Joe, and Justin will talk about all of them on this very special episode! It’s a very special episode, so check it out!
TLC is an American girl group whose repertoire spans R&B hip hop, funk and “urban” soul. TLC was originally composed of lead singer Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins, rapper Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes and singer Crystal Jones. Jones was replaced by Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas in 1991; whilst Lopes died (and was subsequently not replaced) in 2002. The group was very successful in the 1990s and early 2000s in spite of numerous spats with the law, each other, and the group’s record label and management.
Joe vs. the World is back! Joe and Justin do a deep dive into 1997, and this show is packed! Shotgun Saturday Night, the Alamo Dome, Raw goes 2 hours, a new title, ECW invades, and the best match in company history. Also, calling up Paul, wondering if old babysitters still watch the product, grappling with attending TLC, Joe nearly chokes on his cherry Pepsi, Justin flushes a toilet, and so much more. Lost your smile? This show will give you something to listen to while you look for it!
It’s Thanksgiving once again, and for the second year in a row, you’re being surprised with a wrestling podcast that’s going to be the talk of the wrestling world, and set download records. And then after you listen to the new “Art of Wrestling” episode, you can be one of the 5 people to hear the brand new Thanksgiving edition of List Em and Learn. On this episode, Justin Shapiro joins Matt to list the top 10 things they’re most thankful for in wrestling. They interpret the topic completely differently, so things get pretty confusing. That’s okay though, because these two really talk turkey and they give tribute to all sorts of amazing aspects of wrestling. From men to ladies to stacks of things to gifs to multiple websites, this show is a tour de force. There’s also singing, so there may be dancing when you play this show for your entire family at the Thanksgiving dinner table. It’s a podcast you can listen to while eating turkey, so check it out!!!!!!
A groundbreaking interview with two local New York City street toughs, Royal Pains’ Matt Feuerstein and Cardinals placekicker Tom Feely, discussing their shared experience attending SummerSlam 2015 in Mr. Barclay’s center. Contents include: Brooklyn, Brocklyn, New Day, Newsday, new Bray, boo Reigns, Su. Rae, NXT-level thinking, WWE-inspired menu items, food named after wrestlers, things you can eat changed to have words about wrestling added to them, wrestler foods. A show so check it out.
Like Will Smith and Barry Sonnenfeld themselves, Justin and Mr. Andy Napier (SoWeWereTold.com) are collaborating to tell the story of the MIB. A knight of Columbus, Andy’s “case study” from his live attendance of Money in the Bank is mostly a pretense for the two to investigate s04e01 of Total Divas at great length. Also: Nationwide planning Big Show’s retirement, NXT season fivers cash in their redemption points, and we pick out a nice card to send to John Cena. From autumn to Summer, a show so check it out.