Welcome, boys and girls, to our first Lawcast Classic. Each week on Monday we'll be reposting an old episode of our show for you to enjoy. This one is the 1989 edition of the Great American Bash, remembered as one of WCW's very best pay-per-views. Hear about Ric Flair and Terry Funk's epic NWA Title feud, the WarGames Match, the incredible aura of The Great Muta in his early run, and lots of other fun wackiness from early WCW.
Welcome, boys and girls, to another episode of The Lawcast. This time, our hosts go back to Steve's favorite place: Early 90s WCW. This Sting's much-awaited anointing as the top star in WCW as he finally defeats Ric Flair for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. It was a long-delayed moment and our hosts cover all the twists and turns along the way. It's also Big Van Vader's WCW debut, and our hosts grapple with the competition both WWF and WCW were facing from Japanese wrestling in this era. All that, and more, this time on The Lawcast.
Law and Cewsh react to the Speaking Out movement rocking the wrestling industry and Undertaker's retirement announcement.
Welcome, boys and girls, to another episode of The Lawcast. This time our hosts go back to cover the dawn of the WCW invasion storyline at King of the Ring 2001. It's a loaded show, as we get to talk about Steve Austin's heel turn, the Two Man Power Trip and Triple H's quad injury, and the main event push of Chris Benoit and Chris Jericho. It's also Edge's coming out party as he wins the King of the Ring Tournament. We've also got the infamous Kurt Angle vs. Shane McMahon Street Fight and the horrific DDP stalker storyline. But of course what our hosts really want to talk about is X-Pac's Uncle Kracker music.
Welcome, boys and girls, to another episode of The Lawcast. This time our hosts follow up on Wrestlemania 21 to cover a forgotten great pay-per-view, Vengeance 2005. This happens smack in the middle of the 2005 WWE Draft Lottery, so we get something of an all-star show with top stars from both Raw and Smackdown. We see Batista defend the World Heavyweight Championship against Triple H in a Hell in a Cell Match. John Cena defend the WWE Championship in a Triple Threat Match against Chris Jericho and Christian. And Kurt Angle vs. Shawn Michaels in a rematch of their Wrestlemania classic. Plus our first time talking about the Lita/Edge/Matt Hardy saga!
Welcome, boys and girls, to another episode of The Lawcast. This time, our hosts cover the infamous Great American Bash 2004. It's the night John "Bradshaw" Layfield shockingly became WWE Champion by defeating Eddie Guerrero in a Bullrope Match. It's the night The Undertaker buried Paul Bearer in a concrete crypt. And it's a showcase of how terrible Smackdown was in 2004, featuring Rene Dupree, Kenzo Suzuki, and Mordecai.
Welcome, boys and girls, to another episode of The Lawcast. This week our hosts are taking a trip back...to the territories. World Class Championship Wrestling was one of the jewels of the territory era, as they revolutionized how wrestling was presented on television. It's the story of the epic rise and tragic fall of the Von Erich family, the amazing run of the Fabulous Freebirds, and the mysterious death of Gino Hernandez. All that and more this time on The Lawcast.
Welcome, boys and girls, to another episode of The Lawcast. This time our hosts journey into the recent present to cover the weirdness that was WWE Elimination Chamber 2015. This was a hastily assembled pay-per-view that was only announced three weeks before it happened. Despite that, it's a card full of interesting developments: Kevin Owens making his main roster debut against John Cena, Daniel Bryan forfeiting the Intercontinental Championship and a new champion being crowned inside The Elimination Chamber, The New Day getting over as heels, and the disappointing title run of Seth Rollins.
Welcome, boys and girls, to another episode of The Lawcast. This time we're finally doing another ECW show, which we know you've all been waiting for. This is smack in the middle of ECW's best year creatively and features many of its most memorable performers and storylines: Raven vs. Tommy Dreamer, ECW Champion Shane Douglas, Eddie Guerrero vs. Dean Malenko, and Cactus Jack vs. Terry Funk.