July was a strong month for the WWE Universe in a lot of ways, though there was plenty that could have been better. Listen to episode 112 of the Wrestling House Show as we share some gripes, observations, and yuk yuks including more on the Sasha/Bayley missed opportunity, Chris Dijak's NXT debut, obnoxious fans, Titus Worldwide's Hulu absence, how this year's Money in the Bank contract should be handled, size shaming, bingo halls, and as always, the best matches from every week in July!
AWA's Super Sunday in 1983 featured legendary wrestlers including Jesse Ventura, Nick Bockwinkel, Jerry Lawler, Mad Dog Vachon, and Verne Gagne, but is it worth spending the time watching the whole show today? Listen and we discuss the good and the not so good and let you know what to watch in the latest installment of the Wrestling House Show's series of retro reviews!
Over the span of a few weeks in the summer of 2018, the world lost some legendary pro wrestlers. To pay tribute to those men, we decided to make a special mini episode of the Wrestling House Show to share some of our memories of Nikolai Volkoff, Brian Christopher, Brickhouse Brown, and Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart.
Michael Cole always sounds like he's just reading directly from Wikipedia when he continually spews random facts during matches. It's like he's trying to sound smart, but he actually just Googled the wrestlers prior to the match. @WWEMYC