Welcome back to another installment of the Lawcast! This week, we're going back to TNA for the second time, and we're going to take a good long look at how Jeff Jarrett and the gang chose to display this magnificent company to the world for the first time. We'll talk about wrestling most important fishing trip, Vince Russo's love of tag teams, and the sad end to the careers of Scott Hall, Ken Shamrock and basically the entire WCW midcards. Also, two giant penises named the Johnsons!
Welcome back to another exciting installment of the Lawcast! This week we go way over our usual time because we just can't stop talking about Unforgiven 99. We go into more detail than anyone deserves about the goddamn Kennel From Hell match, (the only match ever given 0 out of 100 by Cewsh Reviews,) but we also get a chance to talk about this era as a whole, as this is the very last WWF show ever written by Vince Russo. All that plus the dream match that wasn't, poor out of place British Bulldog, and entirely too many references to Something To Wrestle.
Welcome back, cats and kittens, to a brand new Lawcast! This week Law and Cewsh head to Sturgis, South Dakota for about the last thing you'd ever expect to find in Sturgis, South Dakota. A wrestling show! Marvel at the hubris it took to stage a wrestling show in the middle of goddamn nowhere surrounded by apathetic bikers. Be dazzled by the quality of wrestling you get from guys in the middle of a dirt road. And feel the deepest of sympathies for the Giant, as he is buried so deeply that he never escaped. All this and one of the most iconic moments in wrestling history!
Hot on the heels of a Summerslam that was perhaps not so good, we finish off our series of Summerslam podcasts with what may very well be the greatest Summerslam of all time. From the one in a lifetime venue, to the absolutely incredible main event, to yet another great Ultimate Warrior match, this show had it all. Even Crush! Especially Crush! It's the Summerslam you thought you would never see!
...and a whole lot of shitty ones. Welcome back to another episode of the Lawcast! To celebrate Summerslam weekend, we're releasing not one, but TWO more Summerslam recaps, taking us all the way to 1992. But before we get there, we have to talk about the rise, (and immediate fall,) of Virgil, the perfection of Bret Hart vs. Mr. Perfect, and the GIANT CLUSTERFUCK that was everything else. So join us, won't you, as we watch the 80s slowly shrivel up up and die.
Welcome back, cats and kittens, to another Lawcast. This week we're continuing our march towards Summerslam with another recap of a classic Summerslam and this one is a doozy. As the first summer of the 90s unfolds there's a whole bunch of weird stuff going on, from Ultimate Warrior as the top star in WWE, (sort of,) Hulk Hogan wrestling Earthquake, and the seduction of Sapphire, which is not as erotic as it sounds.
All this and more, this week on the show!
It's a comeback episode for your podcast heroes, as they try to make sense of the ridiculous number of things that have changed since they were last riding the radio waves. Is Jinder Mahal's push working? Who is the stand out from this year's NJPW G1 Climax series? Do we really think Brock Lesnar is leaving? And the most important question of all, is TNA suddenly worth watching again? The boys cover all that and more, this week only on CEWSHCAST.
Welcome back to another installment of the Lawcast! This week Law and Cewsh are continuing their tour of every installment of WWE's summer classic by investigating WWF Summerslam 1989! And while there is so much to talk about, from the Red Rooster to the Ultimate Warrior having a great match to Cewsh's weird hatred of Demolition, none of it holds a candle to the unibrowed wonder that is Zeus. Where did he come from, where did he go? Where did he come from, cotton eyed Zeus?
Welcome back, after our long sojourn into the madness of the past month. The Lawcast is back in style, as Law and Cewsh sit down and try to make heads or tails of as many Summerslams as possible before the biggest show of the summer! They start right at the beginning with a show that looks old, feels old, and makes one of us feel very old. Witness the rise of the Ultimate Warrior, the build to the Mega Powers exploding, and see if Cewsh's Grand Theory of Summerslam holds true!
Hello, cats and kittens! After a week off to recharge their batteries before their upcoming epic project of epicness, (which is revealed at the end of the show!,) Law and Cewsh are back in action as they look deep into one of the most important shows in WWE history! The guys break down the pipebomb promo and if it led to lasting change, talk about the beginning of Daniel Bryan's rise to the top, and shake our heads sadly at the enormous missed opportunity that was Sin Cara. All that, plus a huge collection of guys we said, "Aw man, remember him?" about!