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PWO Intermission – Episode 11 – “Complain Long Enough And You Can Achieve Anything”

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*A Pro Wrestling Opinion Exclusive*

 

Check out the latest episode of Intermission, a 15-minute podcast where Host Nicholas Jason Lopez talks about current pro wrestling news and shoots on social media!

Oscar-Winning Topics Include: 

  • “Complain Long Enough And You Can Achieve Anything” – The Revival 
  • Corey Graves Caught Cheating With Carmella? 
  • Jimmy Uso Purposely Trying To Get Fired To Go To AEW?
  • Don’t Eat Kurt Angle’s Potatoes 
  • Does Kofi Kingston Actually Have A Chance This Time? 

 

 

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RSN Wrestling Podcast – Shoot February Edition

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*A RSN Wrestling Podcast Exclusive*

 

Check out the latest episode from The RSN Wrestling Podcast as Rich, Sal and Nick “shoot” on the last week in wrestling – WWE Royal Rumble and after!

 

 

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PWO Intermission – Episode 9 – It’s Organic!

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*A Pro Wrestling Opinion Exclusive*

 

Check out the latest episode of “Intermission,” a 15-minute podcast where Host Nicholas Jason Lopez talks about current pro wrestling news and social media ramblings with help from his Facebook feed! 

Graceful Topics Include: 

  • How To Be “The Man” 
  • Why Did They Turn Them Without Explanation? 
  • Hideo Itami Leaving WWE 
  • “Until We See A Match Card, AEW Is A T-Shirt Company” 
  • Daniel Bryan’s “Eco-Friendly” Belt 

And More! 

PWO Intermission – Episode 8 – Night Of The Man

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*A Pro Wrestling Opinion Exclusive*

 

Check out the latest episode of Intermission where Nick talks about pro wrestling news for 15 minutes with help from his Facebook feed! 

Incredible Topics Include:

  • Seth Rollins Is The 2019 Royal Rumble Male Winner (In Case You Were Unsure What Rumble Becky Lynch Won) 
  • Why Rollins-Brock Lesnar Is The Way To Go For WrestleMania 
  • The Lesnar Face 
  • Bad Stone Cold Impressions 
  • Lana Died For Our Sins 

And More!

 

 

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The RSN Wrestling Podcast – WWE Royal Rumble 2019/NXT TakeOver: Phoenix Preview/Predictions

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*A RSN Wrestling Podcast Exclusive*

 

Check out the latest episode of The RSN Wrestling Podcast as Hosts Rich, Sal and Nick break down the cards and cast predictions for both this year’s Royal Rumble and NXT TakeOver: Phoenix!

 

 

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PWO Intermission – Episode 7 – What The World Needs Now Is Gore Sweet Gore

*A Pro Wrestling Opinion Exclusive*

 

Check out the latest episode of Intermission where Host Nicholas Jason Lopez talks about pro wrestling news for 15 minutes with help from his Facebook feed!

Life-Essential Topics Discussed Include:

  • Thoughts On Raw And SmackDown Live 
  • Wrestling Moves We Don’t See Anymore 
  • Worlds Colliding 
  • Sami Zayn or Mustafa Ali Winning Championship Gold
  • Lacey Evans’ Debut Promo 

 

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RSN Wrestling Podcast: Year End Show 2018

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Check out the latest episode of The RSN Podcast as Hosts Rich, Sal and Nick discuss the year that just was – 2018! Categories include Match Of The Year, Superstar Of The Year, Tag Team Of The Year, Breakout Star, Top Prospect, Botch Of The Year and much more!

 

 

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Notes In Observance – WWE SmackDown Live 3/7/17: Vices By Vipers

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By Nicholas Jason Lopez

 

“Notes In Observance” features random thoughts and analysis on television shows. Quick results can be found at the bottom of the post. 

 

 

 

 

 

(Aired 3/7/17)

Vices By Vipers 

– The opening video recapped the last month, aka Randy Orton’s “master plan” to sacrifice himself into The Wyatt Family to get a shot at the WWE Championship, which ultimately culminated with arson. Definitely one of the more darker angles in recent years, with the image of Orton’s pose with a fiery background probably something that’ll follow his career in the years to come. It’s still hard to determine ideologically that Wyatt wasn’t turned babyface by Orton’s actions judging by his sympathetic “Oh my god, my house is burning down” reaction. We guess this new episode will help out with that.

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Notes In Observance – WWE SmackDown Live 2/28/17: A Flaming Invocation

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By Nicholas Jason Lopez

 

“Notes In Observance” features random thoughts and analysis on television shows. Quick results can be found at the bottom of the post. 

 

 

 

 

 

(Aired 2/28/17)

A Flaming Invocation 

– As plenty of past episodes have, we opened with a close-up of a monitor backstage that aired last week’s “controversial ending” of the Battle Royale to determine the challenger for WWE Champion Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania 33. In reality, something appeared botched because it looked like Luke Harper had thrown AJ Styles to the floor first, even though they were supposed to land at the same time. To cover that up, of course, they only showed us the hard camera angle. which had both guys falling out of view. In the room with said monitor was Commissioner Shane McMahon, General Manager Daniel Bryan and Styles himself. In chickenshit heel fashion, Styles tried to get by without wrestling on the show. Bryan shuts that down quickly and proclaimed Styles was lucky to even get this chance. We went for a funny as they had Styles badmouth Harper for not showering or discovering Dove, but Harper crept on him from behind. It’s like all those teen dramas. Or that time Stone Cold Steve Austin did it to Stephanie McMahon. Things ended as Styles walked away in disgust, as Harper cautiously got in the “friendly” Authority’s faces and… thanked them. Well, we guess he’s supposed to be a babyface trying to right his past wrongs, so this fits that. Either way, a good start.

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Review – Ron Snyder – Wrestling’s New Golden Age

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By Nicholas Jason Lopez

 

 

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) was once signified as the “Be All, End All” of professional wrestling.

By now, that statement has been detracted with talent like The Young Bucks, Colt Cabana and Kenny Omega, all of whom have achieved financial efficiency and without any WWE stints (or pushes in Cabana’s case) to boot.

Ron Snyder’s “Wrestling’s New Golden Age: How Independent Promotions Have Revolutionized One Of America’s Favorite Sports,” released by Sports Publishing, succeeds in its goal to inform and explore just how independent wrestling came to be from its eerie territorial beginnings.

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