WWE continues to think outside the box while running shows during a pandemic. The company announced during Friday Night Smackdown that the two Money in the Bank ladder matches at the May 10th event will take place at WWE headquarters in Stamford, CT. Each match will begin on the ground floor with the briefcases hanging
Brian Fritz and Connor Casey discuss NXT’s debut on USA Network, the possible rotating cast of talent on the brand, possible matches coming, AEW Dynamite, Kenny Omega comments, an uneventful Clash of Champions, the upcoming WWE Draft, Bray Wyatt and Brock Lesnar destined for titles in WWE reset, and your questions. Enjoy what we do? Support
Brian Fritz and Connor Casey discuss WWE TV from MSG, Kevin Owens “fired”, KOTR finals moving to Raw, if anything notable will happen at Clash of Champions, what to expect from NXT on USA Network, if TakeOvers are on the move, Impact moving to AXS TV and possible ripple effects, ROH TV, AEW unanswered things,
Brian Fritz and Connor Casey discuss the missing AEW Championship and the twists and turns of what happened with it. Then they talk about All Out including Chris Jericho becoming the first-ever AEW champion, if he was the right choice, thoughts on the entire show and where AEW looks to be going when it starts
Brian Fritz and Connor Casey discuss AEW All Out, if Chris Jericho or Adam Page should be the first-ever AEW world champion, Jon Moxley being off the show and Kenny Omega now facing PAC, what they’ll looking forward to at Starrcast including CM Punk and if that’s the only place he’ll appear this weekend, the
Brian Fritz and Connor Casey discuss the finals of the NJPW G129 with Kota Ibushi winning the tournament, some of the best standouts, and where NJPW goes next. Plus, they talk NXT TakeOver: Toronto including the polarizing main event between Adam Cole and Johnny Gargano, NXT possibly headed to FS1, WWE SummerSlam with Seth Rollins
Brian Fritz and Connor Casey look ahead to a busy wrestling weekend including WWE SummerSlam, the latest on the big whodunnit angle, what matches will or won’t be on the show, and any possible surprised. Then the discuss NXT TakeOver: Toronto, the G129 standings going into the final days of the tournament, upcoming AEW TV
Brian Fritz is joined by Dave LaGreca of the Busted Open Radio show to preview WWE SummerSlam, the matches announced so far and some others that haven’t been, possible surprises and outcomes, the effect of the Canadian audience, and the Busted Open pre-show taking place at The Rec Room in Toronto (right across the street
Brian Fritz and Connor Casey talk about the WWE whodunnit on who tried to injured Roman Reigns to end SmackDown, the Brock Lesnar beatdown of Seth Rollins, building up to SummerSlam, the G1 standings at this point, AEW news and notes, and your questions along with movie talk about new releases including Quentin Tarantino’s “Once
More details on AEW’s TV launch, CM Punk interesting appearance, what the Raw Reunion says about WWE, and the G129 so far.
Brian Fritz and Connor Casey discuss the busy weekend in wrestling including AEW Fight for the Fallen, plusses and minuses of the show, and where they are leading up to All Out. Then they dive into WWE Extreme Rules and Brock Lesnar once again the Universal Champion, how WWE has turned back the clock, why
Brian Fritz and Connor Casey discuss the WWE Reimagined video on what would have happened if The Undertaker had gone to WCW and if there could (and should) be a match between ‘Taker and Sting. Then, they talk about the big upcoming weekend including AEW Fight for the Fallen and Evolve shows on Saturday
The guys look back at AEW Fyter Fest including the Cody chair shot, Paul Heyman and Eric Bischoff taking over WWE TV and more.
Brian Fritz and Connor Casey discuss Seth Rollins’ comments about WWE, his work, and Will Ospreay who got pulled into the discussion. They also look back the better than expected Stomping Grounds, how Extreme Rules is already coming together including The Undertaker who appeared on Raw. Plus, they look ahead to this weekend’s AEW Fyter
Brian Fritz and Connor Casey discuss the AEW All Out selling out in 15 minutes along with matches set for their upcoming shows, NJPW G129 field and blocks announced and who their favorites are, explaining what is going on with Bray Wyatt, the falloff of Braun Strowman, a preview of Sunday’s WWE Stomping Grounds, how
Spencer and Marty return from a two-week absence to discuss an incredible NXT TakeOver: XXV and the fallout coming out of it heading into the coming episodes of NXT. Subscribe to the podcast! iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | Spreaker Follow Us! Twitter | Facebook | Instagram Listen to “Summer Rules With Wolfe And Wolfie | Stick to the Gimmick (Ep. 65)” on Spreaker.
Brian Fritz and Connor Casey discuss NJPW Dominion including if some matches were too dangerous along with the main event between Kazuchika Okada and Chris Jericho, how the field is shaping up for the G1 tournament, WWE Super ShowDown with Shane McMahon beating Roman Reigns and the Goldberg – Undertaker match, WWE ratings and their
Brian Fritz and Connor Casey discuss the finals of the New Japan “Best of Super Juniors” show including Will Ospreay’s big win and Jon Moxley’s NJPW debut, NXT TakeOver XXV including Adam Cole winning the NXT championship, Johnny Gargano’s epic run, reaction to the Moxley interviews, the hype or lack thereof for WWE Super ShowDown,
Spencer and Marty preview NXT TakeOver: XXV and review the go-home episode headed into the show. Plus, a huge discussion on AEW’s Double or Nothing and Jon Moxley’s words regarding the handling of WWE. Subscribe to the podcast! iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | Spreaker Follow Us! Twitter | Facebook | Instagram Listen to “The Rules Are Made Up And The Falls Don’t Matter
Brian Fritz and Connor Casey discuss AEW Double or Nothing including how the show came off along with pros and cons, Jon Moxley’s surprise debut and how his post-WWE career is looking, what’s next for AEW, more Brock Lesnar cash-in teases on WWE TV, the ‘cool’ factor in wrestling, a preview of Saturday’s NXT TakeOver