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!
Hello cats and kittens, and welcome to a new episode of the Lawcast! This week we're going all the way back to before a lot of you were alive, (i'm so old,) and talking about a show generally considered to be one of the best of all time, WCW Great American Bash 89! There is so, so much interesting stuff to talk about, from the NWA to WCW transition, to the amazing glut of talent collected here, plus peak Great Muta and a wild and amazing main event. But mostly Cewsh just wants to talk about the fat kid Frisbee toss.
Hello, cats and kittens, and welcome to the newest edition of the Lawcast. This week the guys talk about ECW One Night Stand 2006, and the entire chaotic mess that was the launch of WWECW. On this show, someone has maybe the best match of their career, we spend a lot of time talking about crack pipes, we see the debut of EXTREME HUMPING, and we marvel at the Stone Cold Security Guard. All that and a whole lot more!
Hello, cats and kittens, and welcome to another episode of the Lawcast! This week, we're delving deep into WWF King of the Ring 1996, also known as that show where Steve Austin cuts the promo that would launch a million t-shirts. But more than that, this show is a collision of two eras, as the Attitude Era tries to claw it's way out of the tired, drabness of mid 90s WWE. We talk about the rise of Steve Austin, the influence of the Kliq, and one of the wonkiest main events we've watched yet! Come for the insight, stay for the jokes about Ahmed Johnson's inability to dress himself.
Hello, cats and kittens, and welcome to another episode of The Lawcast. This week we recorded easily our longest episode ever, but we couldn't bear to cut anything out as we tried valiantly to make some sense of one of the worst shows in wrestling history. Join us as we peel back the layers of embarrassment, relive childhood trauma, and spend 20 minutes just talking about Mordecai.
Oh yes indeed, welcome to season 1, episode 1 of a brand new batch of weirdness from the Cewshcast gang. You've heard us talk wrestling, you've heard us talk about nerd stuff, and now both of those things meet at the crossroads in an incandescent beam of creativity and splendor. In episode 1, we get introduced to the country rap stylings on The Polish Stronghammer and learn all about the man behind the tattoo. What perils await the mighty Polish Stonehammer as he journeys forth as the newest signee to Impact Wrestling? Lots of them. Oh my god, so many perils.
As part 2 of our "We Went On Vacation And Holy Shit A Lot Of Stuff Happened So We Better Cover It" recap spectacular, this episode sees Julius and Jason throw off the yoke of their podcast oppressor as they do an entire show without any Cewsh supervision whatsoever. They compare Raw to Impact, play a game of WHAT IFFFFF, and go out of their way to explore Cewsh's greatest fear in detail, (and yes, he really is afraid of those.)
This week on Cewshcast Wrestling Weekly, we're back from vacation and are catching up on what we missed! On this episode the guys catch up with the results from WWE Payback 2017, a show that looked horrible on paper, but got real, real sexy by the end. Predictions contest winners are announced, emotions are had about Roman Reigns and Braun Stowman, and Alexa Bliss is the queen of the universe.
This week on the ever fresh and buoyant Lawcast, your hosts are breaking down the listener's choice for the most interesting Spring Stampede, WCW Spring Stampede 1999! And boy is it ever interesting. From the last spasm of life for Goldberg's push, to the unmasking of Rey Mysterio, all the way over to the unrealized potential of Booker T, this show opens the doors for a big ol' discussion on the fall of WCW. It represents all that was wrong with WCW, while at the same time being perhaps the final good show in WCW history!
Hello cats and kittens, and welcome to the sixth episode of The Lawcast. Today Law and Cewsh talk about the greatest night in TNA history in terms of sales, attention and credibility, TNA Lockdown 2008. On a show so near and dear to Cewsh that he won't shut up about it, there are a million questions that need answering. Why was the main event so amazing and why did they never do it again? And what the fuck is a Cuffed in the Cage match? Who was lazier in 2008: Kevin Nash or Scott Steiner? Click that play button to find out the answer to those and many, many more!