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Kris & David are guestless as we discuss the almost-week that was September 21-26, 1998. We start the show by talking about what "really happened" between Jerry Lawler & Jim Carrey on the set of "Man on the Moon.” This was a pretty damn big story at the time, and we chronicle that before going into WWF proper, where we talk about the company changi…
 
Kris & David are joined by our dear friend Beau James (@KingofKingsport) to discuss the week-plus that was September 12-20, 1985. We talk about the impending demise of the St. Louis Wrestling Club thanks to venue politics involving the WWF, and we look at how St. Louis had been declining in general over the previous year. Then we go to JCP talking …
 
Kris & David are guestless this week as we discuss the week-plus that was September 7-14, 1993. We start with WCW and their issues with the NWA over the NWA World Heavyweight Title, specifically who should be able to pick who the champion, and how all of that nonsense ended up in court. We also talk about Vader losing the “Big Van” part of his name…
 
Kris & David are joined this week by The Artist Formerly Known as Lenny Leonard (@LTFromAstoria) to discuss the week that was August 30th - September 4th, 1985. We start the show by talking about the tragic death of Jay Youngblood at the age of 30, complete with Gordon Solie actually announcing it on Florida TV, which was extremely rare at the time…
 
Kris & David are back with yet another episode of Between the Sheets, a Patreon request submitted by Allan Paisner who wanted us to do the week that was August 24-30, 1994. We are also joined by one of our favorite guests, Joe Gagne (@JoeGagne), which is always a treat. We start off talking about WCW and one of the most watched wrestling matches in…
 
Kris & David are guestless as we discuss the week that was August 17-23, 2001. We start the show with the WWF, where we talk about their problems with DirecTV (which lasted several months) before pivoting into SummerSlam 2001, where we talk about the good and the bad from the second PPV show of the WCW/ECW invasion. We then go to Raw & Smackdown, i…
 
Kris & David are joined by Gregg Serota (@GreggSerota) this week as we discuss the week-plus that was August 7th-16th, 1988, a show that Gregg requested we do with a $50 pledge on our Patreon. We start the show with Jim Crockett Promotions, where lots of rumors are going around about a potential sale to Ted Turner, plus lots of other rumors about t…
 
Kris & David are back for another episode of BTS, as we go back to the week-plus that was August 2-9, 1989. We talk about Dave Meltzer attending a WWF TV Taping in Oakland with a full rundown of a wild night outside the ring, as a pair of fans decided to create quite a scene with a pro-WCW banner. We also talk about all of the other news of the wee…
 
Kris & David are guestless for this week's episode of Between the Sheets, where we will be talking about the (almost) week that was July 28-August 2, 1992. We talk about Ron Simmons becoming the WCW World Heavyweight Champion in shocking fashion at the TV tapings in Baltimore, including the importance of the win and just the overall greatness of th…
 
Kris & David are back with yet another episode of Between the Sheets, and we’re joined by one of our Patrons in Danny Kuchler (@DJDKooks) to discuss the week that was July 20-26, 2008, which he selected as a $50 Patreon pick. Danny sat in with us as we talked about WWE which was switching to a TV-PG product, which is funny to look at now that they …
 
Kris & David are back this week with Keith Harris (@glasgowkjh) to discuss the week-plus that was July 12-19, 2005, which Keith requested as a $100 Patreon pick. We start off talking about WWE and the backlash from the Muhammad Hassan "terrorist" angle with The Undertaker that aired hours after the 7/7 attack in London and how that blew up in their…
 
Kris & David are back this week for another wild episode of BTS, as we go over the week that was July 6-12, 2000, a Patreon pick. This show is dominated by World Championship Wrestling, particularly Bash at the Beach 2000 and the fallout from that crazy PPV, especially the Vince Russo/Hulk Hogan/Jeff Jarrett/Booker T saga, which we hit from all dir…
 
Kris & David are back with another episode of BTS, discussing the week-plus that was June 28-July 5, 1995. We begin with WCW, as Kevin Sullivan has replaced Ric Flair as the head booker, and we go over the reasons why that happened, with Flair basically having no one to blame but himself. We also talk Eric Bischoff's interview on Chet Coppock’s New…
 
It's time to take another Walk on the Wildside as Kris Zellner is joined yet again by "Reverend” Dan "The Dragon" Wilson (@revdanwilson) & Jeff G. Bailey (@JeffGBailey1) to discuss the month of March 2002 in NWA Wildside. This show focuses on the build to the major 2 night extravaganza that was Hardcore Hell 2002, where there were many big matches …
 
As promised, here’s the do-over of what’s missing from this week’s show due to a mysterious technical issue, covering the end of the UWF sub-section before moving on to World Class, Texas All-Star Wrestling, Central States, Portland, and Hawaii. Topics include Blackjack Mulligan getting fired by WCCW for beating up Kevin Von Erich and Rick Hazzard,…
 
Kris & David are back this week with another episode of BTS, going back to the 80's with Robert O'Connor (@ghostofquinones) making his return to discuss the week that was June 22-28, 1986. We start in the WWF, where we talk about George Scott being removed as the head booker as well as who his replacements were rumored to be at that time, which may…
 
Kris & David are back with another Patronr-requested episode of BTS this week, as we discuss the week that was June 15-21, 2005. We start off with Ring of Honor, where the "Summer of Punk" began with CM Punk shockingly winning the ROH World Heavyweight Title from Austin Aries in what was thought to be his last match before reporting to WWE developm…
 
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