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The Lawcast
The Law and Cewsh go back in time to relive some of the best (and worst) shows in wrestling history.
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July 11, 2018 09:04 PM PDT

Welcome, boys and girls, to another episode of the Lawcast! This week we're talking about WCW Bash at the Beach 1994, which is more commonly known as the debut of Hulk Hogan in WCW! After a wild negotiation period, the unthinkable happened when the Hulkster actually stepped foot onto WCW tv and wrestled Ric Flair in the ultimate 80s dream match. But how in the hell did this shoddy company manage to land the biggest free agent in wrestling history? How was WCW able to make this dream match when WWE never could? And just why can't we stop comparing this to when Hogan came to TNA?

Lots of questions, even more answers, as we watch a show that has the best of WCW, the worst of WCW, and everything in between.

July 08, 2018 12:45 AM PDT

Welcome, boys and girls, to another episode of the Lawcast. This week we're going back to 2002 to investigate the rise of Brock Lesnar in all of its form and splendor. Watch as WWE pins all of their hopes for the future on the single most can't miss propect of all time! Be thrilled as the main event becomes a stagnant mess! Gasp with wonder as Test is still a thing! 2002 was super weird!

To see the Lawcast archives, check out www.youtube.com/user/CewshReviews

July 02, 2018 07:00 PM PDT

Welcome, boys and girls, to another episode of the Lawcast. This week we're bringing you King of the Ring 1998. A show which is about as relevant as a as P. Diddy's career right up until Mick Foley take one giant leap into history. In one of our longest shows ever, we into crazy detail on a match that lives on forever in the minds of everyone who saw it. For better and for worse.

But that's not all! We also have the New Midnight Express, Steve Austin at his very peak, and a truly brilliant main event angle. Come for the mayhem, stay for Steve trying to defend his love of Dan Severn!

June 21, 2018 04:52 PM PDT

Welcome back, boys and girls, to another episode of the Lawcast! This week we're looking back to the very first King of the Ring PPV in 1993, to discuss the incredibly tumultuous events as WWE tried desperately to turn Bret Hart into their new top star, heavily against the wishes of one Hulk Hogan. The result is a rare show that is built entirely around one man and some incredible matches result.

But that's not all! We also have a photographer attacking Hulk Hogan, a debate about whether Crush almost got the Lex Luger push, and we marvel at the sheer existence of the Smoking Guns.

June 13, 2018 12:08 PM PDT

Welcome, boys and girls, to another episode of the Lawcast. This week we're deviating from our normal format of covering one show, and instead are going to go into detail about John Cena's 2005. The year John Cena, a hugely popular young talent, became the top guy and WWE, and was promptly turned on by the WWE audience in a way that we had never seen before. What caused it? How did WWE try to fix it? And how did the ripples from this affect the way WWE interacts with their audience going forward?

Oh, and while we really, really tried not to, of course we wound up discussing how this whole thing correlates to the Roman Reigns situation. Oh boy.

To see the Lawcast archives, check out www.youtube.com/user/CewshReviews

June 10, 2018 08:18 AM PDT

Welcome, boys and girls, to another episode of the Lawcast! A few weeks ago we ran a poll to see which year of Judgment Day you wanted us to cover, and to the shock of absolutely no one, you chose Judgment Day 2000. Not that this show itself is the most interesting in the world, but it comes from arguably the greatest year from any American wrestling company ever, and we've never even scratched the surface before this show.

So what are we talking about? Well, we're going to cover how this is the wrong Shane/Big Show match, the missed opportunity of Eddie/Chyna, and the unreal timing fuckup that made the final moments of this show a chaotic mess. Oh, and Shawn Michaels' bicycle shorts. He really loved those bicycle shorts.

May 30, 2018 09:19 AM PDT

Welcome back, boys and girls, to another episode of the Lawcast! This week we're headed back to WCW for an in depth look at a show so packed full of all time legendary talent that it defies belief, WCW Spring Stampede 98. Savage, Sting, Hogan, Nash, Hall, Jericho, Benoit, Guerrero, Booker T, the list goes on and on. And pretty much every single one of them is doing something kind of ridiculous. From a baseball bat on a pole match to a main event that didn't even get hyped on it's own show, this show is weird from start to finish.

This week we're talking about how WCW failed with Sting's title run, whether or not Eddie Guerrero could have made it in the main event during the Monday Night Wars, and Cewsh opens to Hot Take machine to reveal who WCW should have made their top star instead of Goldberg.

To see the Lawcast archives, check out www.youtube.com/user/CewshReviews

May 25, 2018 11:17 PM PDT

Welcome back, boys and girls, to another episode of the Lawcast! This week we have a show that we have been waiting to do since the very first night the Lawcast was created. At long last, we are covering the single most anticipated event in WWE history, WWE Invasion.

WWF vs. WCW. It was a dream that lived in the hearts and minds of so many wrestling fans, and now here on this show we were finally going to see it come to life. I bet you were super pumped! Unfortunately, then the camera started rolling, and we got a show that was so poorly managed, so devastatingly wrongheaded, and so downright silly that it actually made Steve angry. Steve!

To see the Lawcast archives, check out www.youtube.com/user/CewshReviews

May 17, 2018 12:13 PM PDT

Welcome back, boys and girls, to another episode of the Lawcast! This week we're covering one of the most fascinating periods from the past decade: the Hulk Hogan era of TNA.

When the Hulkster walked through the door to TNA and they declared war on WWE, there was a genuine feeling of hope and possibility. Fast forward 4 months to Lockdown 2010 and...woo boy. On this show we have a Lethal Lockdown that definitely got the Lethal part right, a World title match that ends with a pen stab, and right in the middle of it all, the greatest match in TNA history.

To see the Lawcast archives, check out www.youtube.com/user/CewshReviews

May 04, 2018 09:26 AM PDT

Welcome back, boys and girls! After a little post-Wrestlemania vacation, the Lawcast is back in a big way, and we're jumping right back in by covering a show that is near and dear to Steve's heart: the very first Clash of the Champions!

Famously, this is the show that made Sting a star with an incredible match between he and Ric Flair, but there's so much more to it than that. Going up against Wrestlemania 4, this was WCW's shot at revenge and they went for it in a big way. We've got promos so bad that it works as an advertisement for scripted promos, we've got not one but TWO incredible matches in a single 2 hour show, and we've got Tony Schiavone's mustache keeping us warm and safe in an uncertain time.

To see the Lawcast archives, check out www.youtube.com/user/CewshReviews

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