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Lacey & Yullie cover the PPV Massacre on 34th street and a few shock returns to Hardcore TV

Rory McNamara is joined by Erick Landstrom and Pete Kimber to round off the year 2000 in World Championship Wrestling. How could they leave this behind...?

 

They wait patiently for Eric Bischoff to weigh in with the poppy already, marvel at the very idea of Scott Steiner getting into a backstage fight, give Mark Madden the parting gesture he deserves and oh yeah...Starrcade...that thing.

 

 

Rory McNamara is joined by Erick Landstrom, Dan Welling, Chris Lacey and Chris White to deliberate over the previous 12 months of professional wrestling! In amongst arguing as to whether the 2000 Royal Rumble match was any good or not and having no fewer than two on-air production meetings, they somehow find time to dish out 14 awards! 

 

(And yes, I know that light years are a measurement of distance and not time...;))

 

Merry Christmas to all our listeners!

Rory McNamara is joined by Billy Johnson to review another UK-only PPV! Yay! This time it is Rebellion 2000! Hurrah!

Most of it is spent by Rory inventing new phrases ("cherry-coated"? "Poetry in Motion-ed"?) and Billy bemoaning the loss of £14.00! Wahoo!....

"Chris White is joined by Rory McNamara and Dan Welling to review the Survivor Series pay-per-view and THAT finish to Triple H vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin"

Rory McNamara is joined by Erick Landstrom and Daniel D'Wit to completely negate everything they talked about last month!

They discuss why Eric Bischoff is so damn persistent, say goodbye to both Scott Hall and Bobby Heenan, wonder why they're not pulling The Trigger on Goldberg again and talk about a Pay Per View under the WCW banner that is.....alright?

 

 

"Chris White is joined by Devinder Vargas & Adam Joyce to review No Mercy featuring the in-ring return of Stone Cold Steve Austin & the coronation of a new WWF Champion"

Lacey and a Returning Del Mur are here to run through November to Remember, we also discuss a shock appearance of a Outsider and backstage prank gone wrong. 

Rory McNamara is joined by Erick Landstrom and Daniel D'Wit to bring you the biggest news in World Championship Wrestling since we started the show...and it all emanates from the other side of the Mason-Dixon line!

 

After briefly discussing the slight changes that have been made to the format for our  programming on these shows, the boys marvel at the possibility of 'WWFEWCW', bid a fond farewell to either Vince Russo and Bret Hart (and a hardy 'Sod Off' to the other one...), then cast some goggly eyes at the best(?) of Halloween Havoc 2000!

 

 

Lacey & Yullie run through the Anarchy Rulz PPV and the last ever TV on TNN. We also talk about the passing of Tracy Smothers

"Chris White is joined by Billy Johnson to review the Unforgiven 2000 pay-per-view, break down the return of Stone Cold Steve Austin and speculate wildly about a Chris Benoit/Mick Foley feud."

Rory McNamara is joined by Erick Landstrom to publish the latest edition of the WCW Autumn Almanac...which would no doubt be a very handy doorstop if it did indeed exist in hardback form! On the farmer's wheel this month:

War Games: Russo's Revenge. UGH! What IS it good for?!

How's Your Father?/Who's The Father?

Fall Brawl 2000. Divide and conker.

Oh And Now He's World Champion Too Huh? (And Is Rory Trying To Endorse It?)

 

Lacey & Yullie run through (maybe the best EVER) month of TV ECW, Tag Title Tournament, Title Changes and build up to next months PPV. We also discuss the lack of TV deal and lack of money.  

"Chris White is joined by Rory McNamara and Devinder Vargas to breakdown the WWF for the month, including the Triple H, Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley & Kurt Angle love triangle and full review Summerslam 2000"

Lacey & Yullie breakdown another month of ECW TV, with the rise of Kid Kash, the importance of the Titles and a possible face turn of a great heel. We also preview the upcoming Tag Title Tournament.   

Rory McNamara is joined by Erick Landstrom and Adam Joyce to say hello to WCW in August 2000 and subsequently say goodbye to professional wrestling as we knew it!! There might be a review(sorta!) of New Blood Rising in there somewhere too...

 

The script dictates you should listen to this one, so you know what to do. Don't go into business for yourself!!Bro.

 

In the second of three Non-Timeline Specials we are making available to celebrate our Seventh Anniversary, Chris Lacey is joined by Bob Colling and Dan Welling to discuss Wrestlemania......just in time for this year's Summerslam!

 

Originally recorded shortly before Wrestlemania 35 for our Patreon account (lest we forget!), the guys give you their Top Five Wrestlemania Shows and Matches, plus a few fun extra discussion topics along the way

 

Enjoy the great hour of content that we all think deserves the widest possible audience!

 

Be sure to watch out for our standard shows for all three promotions in August 2000 - they'll be along soon.

 

Many thanks for your continued support!

In the first of three Non-Timeline Specials we are making available to celebrate our Seventh Anniversary, Chris Lacey is joined by Chris White and Dan Welling to LiveWatch NXT Takeover London from December 2015.

 

(This show was originally recorded in October 2018 for our Patreon account (lest we forget!), so when references are made to  the likes of heel Becky Lynch or NXT being an hour-long weekly show on the Network, be sure to bear that in mind!)

 

As the two of them were there, Chris and Chris regale you with stories from the night itself..well...the stories they can remember anyway! You might also come away with the opinion that Dan quite likes this Samoa Joe fellow..

 

Enjoy the great two hours' worth of content that we all think deserves the widest possible audience!

 

Be sure to watch out for our standard shows for all three promotions in August 2000 - they'll be along soon.

 

Many thanks for your continued support!

 

Watch along with the guys on the following link:  https://watch.wwe.com/episode/WWE-NXT-TakeOver-London-9853?startPoint=227.167

 

 

 

Erick Landstrom, Chris Lacey, and Rory McNamara review Bash at the Beach 2000 and discuss Booker T’s world title win, the Hogan-Russo fiasco, and the ECW invasion of WCW. (Watch out for the Jung Dragons!)

lacey & Yullie review Heatwave and the months TV, we also have news that TNN have finally cancelled ECW

"Chris White is joined by Dan Welling and Rory McNamara to review the Fully Loaded show and recap an excellent month of WWF TV."

Lacey & Yullie are back with ECW TV review for June and there is also a company news heavy month. We have more ECW vs the Network (in real life as well on TV)

Chris White is joined by Rory McNamara to review the 2000 King of the Ring and break down a convoluted month of WWF booking

Erick Landstrom and Bob Bamber discuss the Great American Bash, month three of the Russo-Bischoff era, and the (we're serious) Goldberg heel turn before Bob hops on the WWF cruise.

Chris White is joined by Daniel D'Wit for your second WWF episode for the month covering the Judgement Day show featuring a 60-minute Iron Man Match between the Rock and Triple H, as well as the return of the Undertaker.

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