Wrestling Mayhem Show 899: Which One if Toxic Uno?

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Wrestling Promotions Discussed:

  • WWE and AEW: The podcast touches on major wrestling promotions WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) and AEW (All Elite Wrestling), discussing recent events, matches, and storylines.
  • New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW): Will Ospreay’s storytelling capabilities and his matches in NJPW, particularly a noted 40-minute match with Michael Oku, are highlighted.
  • Revolution Pro Wrestling (Rev Pro): The show delves into specific matches from Rev Pro, emphasizing the quality of wrestling and storytelling.
  • Indie Wrestling: The hosts discuss the dynamics of independent wrestling shows, highlighting their unpredictability and the different atmosphere compared to larger promotions.

    Wrestlers Mentioned:
  • Drew McIntyre: Praised for his charisma and the impact he’s currently having in WWE, being described as a ‘runaway freight train’ in terms of momentum.
  • Will Ospreay: Discussed for his storytelling in the ring, particularly regarding a recent NJPW match and his performance at Rev Pro.
  • Hangman Page: Mentioned in context with AEW Dynamite, specifically regarding his reactions and the storyline developments leading to a match at the event Revolution.
  • Swerve Strickland: Involved in a significant match against Hangman Page on AEW Dynamite, leading to storyline developments.
  • Tony Kincaid: Noted for his laughter and presence in wrestling media.
  • Gianni Michael Emricko: Mentioned in relation to indie wrestling scenes and his activities on social media platforms.
  • Beastman: Discussed in a light-hearted manner regarding indie wrestling events and his unique character traits.

    Additional Highlights:
  • The show provides insights into the current trends in the wrestling world, including fan reactions, wrestler interactions, and predictions for upcoming events.
  • There’s a blend of humor, personal anecdotes, and wrestling knowledge, offering listeners a comprehensive view of the current state of professional wrestling.
  • Discussions extend beyond the in-ring action to include aspects like memorabilia, fan engagement, and the culture surrounding wrestling events.
  • Mayhem Mania continues!
  • What did we learn from wrestling?

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