WWF Royal Rumble 1991 (19/1/91) – Review

Wrestling promoters have often used “foreigners” to build heat and tension, which originated from past conflicts. For example, Rikidozan – who despite being Korean was presented as Japanese – built his legacy and the foundation of Japanese pro wrestling by defeating American heels in the 1950s and 1960s. Conversely, in the United States, German and Japanese heels flooded promotions across […]

Podcast: WWF No Way Out 2002 (February 17, 2002)

Inject yourself with a lethal dose of podcast as we take a look at that time Vince tried to kill the WWF by hiring the NWO – Hogan, Hall and Nash. This is quite a stacked show as we see Undertaker, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, Kurt Angle, The Rock and Chris Jericho among others. Email: podcast@thewrestlingroadshow.comWebsite: www.thewrestlingroadshow.comFacebook: The […]

Podcast: WWF Royal Rumble 1991 (January 19, 1991)

We’re back for 2023! Join us on the roadshow, the road to Wrestlemania, our first Royal Rumble! The Iraqi sympathiser Sgt. Slaughter tries to take down the Ultimate Warrior and win gold for Saddam. 30 men battle to claim victory. The Rockers and the Orient Express put on a classic. Email: podcast@thewrestlingroadshow.comWebsite: www.thewrestlingroadshow.comFacebook: The Wrestling RoadshowTwitter: @wrestlingroads1

Roadtrip Music: Celtic Invasion by CFO$ (Becky Lynch)

I’ve recently decided to give the modern WWE product a go after last dropping it in 2018, based on a combination of the children that run the other show and that recent farce, Ariel Helwani and Jim Cornette both giving the current product favourable reviews, and realising I have access to the weekly shows included with Kayo. One of the […]

Podcast: WWF Summerslam 1992 (August 29, 1992)

As we can see winter on the horizon here in Australia we take a look back to summer. The summer of 1992 over in England. It’s the British Bulldog’s finest hour as he battles Bret Hart for the gold. It’s intrigue and mystery between Randy Savage, the Ultimate Warrior and Ric Flair. It’s the second-largest crowd in history (at that […]

“I’m sorry. I love you” (WWE, March 30, 2008)

“I’m sorry, I love you”. The metaphorical gun was cocked, the trigger pulled. An old dog, finally able to find peace. The gun – a super kick. The shooter – Shawn Michaels. And the old dog – one of the greatest careers in the history of professional wrestling, that of Ric Flair. It cannot be overstated how important Ric Flair […]

Podcast: 2/22 Commentary on Commentary

As the calendar reads 2/22 we honour legendary cricket commentator Richie Benaud in our own Wrestling Roadshow way as we take this opportunity to chat about some of the people that have narrated the action in the ring over the years. Send us your comments – podcast@thewrestlingroadshow.com Or send us your money – https://ko-fi.com/thewrestlingroadshow