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A podcast where Joey, Nick and a special guest try to convince Stephen Perlstein to love professional wrestling. They tackle matches and promos from WWE, WWF, WCW, NJPW, NXT, ROH, and beyond, in an effort to create another pro wrestling fanatic.

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Bonus 3. WWE Studios’ “See No Evil” (2006) [Remastered]
<p>In this very special Bonus episode, Joey and Nick try to throw Stephen a bone by talking about something only semi wrestling related: the WWE Studios 2006 horror movie disasterpiece, See No Evil starring Kane. What did the boys think about it? Is Kane a good actor? How many ways can you kill people? Did they even remember character’s names? How many dumb things can happen in one movie? Find out! Warning: everyone’s pretty mad in this one. </p><p><br></p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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91. Mike Rose - You Should Love “Rowdy” Roddy Piper
<p>This week, the boys welcome writer and performer Mike Rose (Daughters of Triton, Sketch That Tune) to the show to take a look back at the legendary career of “Rowdy” Roddy Piper! Stephen gets a full dose of the Hot Rod as topics include the Rowdy One’s early days in Canada, famous Piper’s Pit segments, his quotable quotes, the fight scene from They Live and his match against Bret Hart at WrestleMania 8 for the WWF Intercontinental Championship - an event that Mike attended live as a kid. Also, everyone discusses Piper’s later days, from his time in WCW to his return to WWE in-ring action, his 2006 Tag Team title win with Ric Flair, “Legends House” and much more. Plus, tons of babbling impressions of Columbus’s own jobber Frank Williams and Nick goes out of his way to shoot on Ohio.</p><p><br></p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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90. Ben Parks - Karl Malone & Diamond Dallas Page vs. Dennis Rodman & Hulk Hogan at WCW Bash at the Beach 1998
<p>This week, the boys welcome actor and brand new father Ben Parks (Funny Or Die, Fat Guys in the Woods) to the show to talk all about the 1998 WCW storylines featuring NBA superstars Karl Malone and Dennis Rodman, including their rather disappointing multi-man match at Bash at the Beach 98. Also, discussions about pro athletes in wrestling, crossover appeal, Hulk Hogan, DDP, David Arquette and much more. Then, the boys finally confront Ben face-to-face about the box of Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Roasts“Au Fudge Chaud” coffee that he gifted the show months ago, all while the aroma of the terrible murky brown water haunts Stephen’s apartment. Plus, Stephen reveals his confounding lack of knowledge of the Sadie Hawkin’s dance, which completely stuns Nick. </p><p><br></p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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89. Erika Curry - Becoming The Great One: from Rocky Maivia to The Rock
<p>This week, the boys welcome actor, writer and producer <a href="http://twitter.com/gillygal" target="_blank">Erika Curry</a> (The Scramble, Jakked Wrestling Comedy) to the show to talk all about the “Blue Chipper” Rocky Maivia’s early career and the steps he took to transform into the “Great One”, mega legendary Superstar The Rock! Also, Erika discusses her relatively new dive into the world of wrestling fandom and what she’s learned so far. Also, a look at Farooq, the Nation of Domination, DOA, Gang Warz, racial tones in wrestling, Steve Blackman, Viagra and more. Plus, Stephen doesn’t buy that the gold Rolex watches on Raw are actually legitimate, and Nick praises narcissistic heel work.</p><p><br></p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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88. Stephen Loh - Rob Van Dam vs. Jerry Lynn at ECW Hardcore Heaven 1999
<p>In this week’s episode, the boys welcome writer and performer Stephen Loh (<a href="https://www.packtheater.com/teams/dr-america/" target="_blank">Dr. America</a>, The CBS Diversity Showcase) to the show to discuss his favorite match of all time: the excellent ECW World Television Championship match between Rob Van Dam and Jerry Lynn at ECW Hardcore Heaven 1999. This also leads to a discussion about how Lynn seems to be fairly unacknowledged in the current WWE canon. Then, a look at Joey Style’s 2006 worked shoot “I Quit” promo from Raw, as well as discussions about the One Night Stand pay-per-views, TNN, tape trading, “WWECW” and Bill Alfonso’s whistle. Plus, Nick talks about how much fun he had at the movies watching the absurd ‘mother!’ and Stephen P. adeptly notices the match’s “proto-Flippy shit.” </p><p><br></p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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87. Nick Pettigrew - WeeLC: El Torito vs Hornswoggle at WWE Extreme Rules 2014
<p>This week, the boys welcome actor, writer and comedian <a href="http://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Nick Pettigrew</a> (<a href="https://www.facebook.com/hoochsketch/" target="_blank">Hooch @ Nerdist</a>) to talk all about a match that <a href="https://twitter.com/nickgligor" target="_blank">Nick Gligor</a> has wanted to show <a href="https://twitter.com/perlstein" target="_blank">Stephen</a> for a while now: the famous 2014 gimmick match and spotfest known as <a href="http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4b7rat" target="_blank">WeeLC</a> - aka the completely miniaturized version of a TLC match that pitted 3MB’s pal Hornswoggle against Los Matadores’ bull buddy El Torito. Also, discussions about the little people portraying the commentators, referee and ring announcer. Plus, Nick G. uses this match as a jumping off point to examine the later and current singles career transformations of 3MB members Heath Slater, Jinder Mahal and Drew McIntyre, including their quests for gold, recognition, redemption and the eventual championship runs they would all receive. Then, a VERY SPECIAL look at Slater’s trailer park life and Rhyno’s love for cheese in a can and crackers!</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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86. Sean Spencer - Kazuchika Okada vs Kenny Omega II at NJPW Dominion 6.11 for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship
<p>This week, the boys welcome writer and producer Sean Spencer (“The 5th Quarter” on go90, Haymaker) to the show to talk all about the colossal sequel match-up between Kazuchika Okada and Kenny Omega - once again for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship and this time emanating from NJPW’s Dominion 6.11 event in Osaka, Japan. And, everyone finds out that Stephen has nearly no recollection of seeing their first match in the Tom Sibley episode. Also, Nick talks about how much he loves EVIL’s theme song, as well as discussions about Sanada’s mohawk and the hair gel he uses to keep it up. Plus, talks about The Bullet Club, The Elite, The Young Bucks, stables and much more.</p><p><br></p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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85. Dan Black - John Cena vs AJ Styles for the WWE Championship at Royal Rumble 2017
<p>In this week’s episode, returning guest Dan Black (Comedians of Wrestling Podcast, Adam Ruins Everything) shows up in his best officially licensed Roman Reigns vest to talk all about John Cena and AJ Style’s highly praised WWE Championship match from the 2017 Royal Rumble. Also, everyone takes a look back at AJ Style's phenomenal WWE debut one year before at the 2016 Rumble. Also, discussions about Reigns, The Miz’s rise to prominence, CM Punk, Hideo Itami and the GTS, Bray Wyatt’s spookiness, the word “jabroni”, if The Undertaker will come back and, of course, Dan’s endless quest to find the perfect male body. Plus, Nick shoots on the “Screamo” music scene in Western Pennsylvania while Stephen drinks out of a glass straw he actually paid money for.</p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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84. Mike Carlson - Sami Zayn vs Neville for the NXT Championship at NXT TakeOver: R Evolution
<p>This week, actor and comedian <a href="https://twitter.com/phatcarlson?lang=en" target="_blank">Mike Carlson</a> (Podcast the Ride (coming soon!), Tournament of Nerds @ UCB) stops by the show to talk about the <a href="https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2k8pzi" target="_blank">2014 Career vs Title match that pitted friends Sami Zayn and Adrian Neville against each other for the NXT Championship at the highly acclaimed NXT TakeOver: R Evolution special</a>. Also, everyone discusses the bookends of the show involving <a href="http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2gysx0" target="_blank">Kevin Owens - both his highly anticipated WWE debut to kick off the show</a> and his devastating heel turn at the end. Also, conversations about the progression of CJ Parker to Juice Robinson, theme parks, Florida, being recognized from commercials and how the subtlety in wrestling that <a href="http://twitter.com/nickgligor" target="_blank">Nick</a> loves continues to go right over <a href="http://twitter.com/perlstein" target="_blank">Stephen</a>’s head.</p><p><br></p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p><p><br></p>
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83. Jesse Klein II - TLC II: Edge & Christian vs The Hardy Boyz vs The Dudley Boyz
<p><a href="https://twitter.com/JessKlein1" target="_blank">Jesse Klein</a> takes a break from his endless quest to find the meaning of jazz to try to convince Stephen to love wrestling with the match that’s meant to steal the show, <a href="http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4k0013" target="_blank">TLC II: Edge &amp; Christian vs The Hardy Boyz vs The Dudley Boyz</a> from WrestleMania X-Seven. <a href="https://twitter.com/JessKlein1" target="_blank">Jesse</a> points out all the great set up being done in this match how it’s true team work the whole way through, which includes the story of Edge’s balls getting destroyed. Seriously. And, <a href="http://www.twitter.com/perlstein" target="_blank">Stephen</a> admits to being super impressed with the Dudley Boyz entrance, until he realizes that Bubba Ray Dudley is just Will Sasso. Plus, <a href="http://twitter.com/nickgligor" target="_blank">Nick</a> brings back some of our favorite characters, Kid in a Bag, Larry The Cable Guy Stuck in a Vent, and Toilet Fish. Plus we talk about <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwKwgI-TLDc" target="_blank">Mae Young going through a table</a> which causes an uncomfortable to watch Dudley orgasm. Plus, we watch a second clip where <a href="https://youtu.be/hImofL_MgWc" target="_blank">William Regal screams defending that poor boy</a>. And <a href="http://www.twitter.com/perlstein" target="_blank">Stephen</a> that gives a rating that makes everyone go WOAHHH!</p><p><br></p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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82. Requestlemania V: The Requestening!
<p>The time has come once again for the grandaddy of ‘em all: IT’S REQUESTLEMANIA V: THE REQUESTENING! Just as they did in previous editions, <a href="https://twitter.com/nickgligor" target="_blank">Nick</a> and <a href="https://twitter.com/perlstein" target="_blank">Stephen</a> watch and discuss matches submitted by you, the fans! Topics in this episode include the break-up and feud between Enzo and Cass, the WWE World Championship match between Roman Reigns and Sheamus at TLC 2015, plus much more. And, the boys read some fan emails, which leads to discussions about Reigns, Scott Hall, Sting, Bret Hart, WCW and many others.</p><p><br></p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast,</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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81. Leroy Patterson Returns - Ultimate Warrior, Freakshow Wrestling, and the Debut of Ring Crew Guy
<p>Leroy Patterson returns, and dives right in to the pile of thumbtacks that is <a href="http://twitter.com/perlstein" target="_blank">Stephen’s</a> opinions. First we watch Leroy’s wrestling debut, <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQweYWL3new" target="_blank">Leroy (RCG) vs Vic Grimes </a>at XPW. Then we watch back to back clips of The Ultimate Warrior kicking ass, first demolishing <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzmWjqzOtfk" target="_blank">The Honky Tonk Man</a>, then totally no-selling <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1bSezxA0jA&amp;feature=youtu.be&amp;t=4m45s" target="_blank">The Pedigree</a>. And, we finish the clips with a <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJ60cXRzVkg" target="_blank">Giant Octopus attack</a> from Leroy’s current wrestling outfit, <a href="https://freakshowwrestling.com/" target="_blank">Freakshow Wrestling</a>. Plus, Leroy reveals the moment that wrestling became not real to him, Stephen finally gets to watch the <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvTNyKIGXiI" target="_blank">“It’s Still Real To Me Damn It!” video</a>, and Nick introduces a new character, Al Gore with An Inconvenient Tooth. And lastly Stephen wants you to love something on that is hated.</p><p><br></p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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80. Adam McCabe - The One with La Parka
<p>This week, the boys welcome writer, comedian and old pal <a href="https://twitter.com/AdamSMcCabe" target="_blank">Adam McCabe</a> (<a href="https://twitter.com/bangarangucb?lang=en" target="_blank">Bangarang</a> @ UCB, <a href="http://detectivedetectivedetective.com/" target="_blank">Detective Detective Detective</a>) to the show to examine an individual that proves to be a truly confounding enigma for Stephen: the luchador enmascarado La Parka. From his over-the-top ring entrance set to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” to getting squashed by Goldberg in WCW and even punching a fan, the chosen clips are just a little too much for Stephen to handle, let alone comprehend. Plus, Adam also talks about how good La Parka is at selling the comedy in his matches and segments - including comparing his work to that of the Looney Tunes - which Nick agrees with, only adding to the perplexity.</p><p><br></p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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79. Ben Rodgers - Tommy Dreamer vs. Brian Lee in a Scaffold Match at ECW High Incident 1996 + Crazy ECW Moments
<p>In this week’s episode, Nick and Stephen welcome writer and actor <a href="https://twitter.com/Ben_Rodgers" target="_blank">Ben Rodgers</a> (Workaholics, Action Boyz, <a href="http://www.earwolf.com/episode/hollywood-masterclass-ep1-the-role-of-the-artist/" target="_blank">Hollywood Masterclass</a>) to the show to talk about ECW, with the main highlight being the absolutely bonkers Scaffold Match between Tommy Dreamer and Brian Lee from ECW High Incident 1996. Plus, Stephen gets a sampling of other key crazy ECW moments including the infamous chair throwing incident and the night the ring collapsed. Also, Ben talks about spending time in the ECW arena and witnessing many of these insane moments in wrestling history live in person. And, on Ben’s recommendation, we watch Ted DiBiase kick a basketball out of a kids hands, and it’s nothing short of poetry. Also, Stephen pits Nick and Ben against each other in a game of Rocket League, the racing/soccer hybrid video game that Nick thinks sounds stupid, but then immediately enjoys.</p><p><br></p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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78. Jesse Esparza - The Legacy of Trish Stratus
<p>This week, Nick and Stephen welcome actor and writer <a href="https://twitter.com/jessedontthink?lang=en" target="_blank">Jesse Esparza</a> (Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, <a href="https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/extra-extra/id1091421585?mt=2" target="_blank">Extra Extra</a>) to the show to talk all about his favorite wrestler: Trish Stratus! Everyone takes a detailed look at Trish’s career including clips of her debut, some of her best matches, the hurdles she had to overcome (including the “We want Puppies!” chant), the perception of women’s wrestling, main eventing RAW, her exit from WWE and much more. Also, Nick fills in the blanks for Stephen when it comes to Lita, Mickie James, The Kat/Miss Kitty, Test, Albert, The Hardyz and William Regal. Plus, Jesse gives the boys his unfiltered thoughts on current WWE female superstars and the “Women’s Revolution”, especially Bayley and Sasha Banks.</p><p><br></p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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77. Greg David Jones - Infamous Incidents In The Downfall of WCW
<p>In this week’s episode, Nick and Stephen are joined by guest <a href="https://twitter.com/GregDavidJones" target="_blank">Greg David Jones</a> (Tournament of Nerds, Comedy Bang Bang, Funny Or Die) to discuss many of the “Infamous Incidents” - including the Fingerpoke of Doom - that led to the decline and eventual downfall of WCW. Also, everyone discusses Goldberg, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, Vince Russo, Hulk Hogan, the Monday Night Wars, contracts, backstage politics and even Isaac Yankee DDS. Plus, Nick really tries to stress the importance of how one of WCW’s biggest follies actually led to an important change in trajectory for the career of Booker T. Also, Stephen continues his endless struggle to understand the “willful ignorance” (his words) of wrestling fans.</p><p><br></p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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76. Eric Moneypenny - The Flair/Murdoch/DiBiase Angle & Double Turn from Mid-South Wrestling (1985)
<p> <a href="https://twitter.com/nickgligor" target="_blank">Nick</a> and <a href="https://twitter.com/perlstein" target="_blank">Stephen</a>’s old pal <a href="https://twitter.com/EricMoneypenny" target="_blank">Eric Moneypenny</a> (The Eric Andre Show, <a href="https://twitter.com/themidnightshow" target="_blank">The Midnight Show</a>, <a href="https://twitter.com/ThisisAOK" target="_blank">AOK</a>) joins as a guest to examine an all-time great angle from 1985 Mid-South Wrestling that culminated in the double turn of both <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Murdoch" target="_blank">Dick Murdoch</a> and <a href="https://twitter.com/MDMTedDiBiase" target="_blank">Ted DiBiase</a>; a story that also weaved <a href="https://twitter.com/RicFlairNatrBoy" target="_blank">Ric Flair</a>, <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butch_Reed" target="_blank">Butch Reed</a>, <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Slater" target="_blank">Dick Slater</a> and many others into its crosshairs. Also, Eric talks about growing up in North Carolina and how the location afforded him access to so many different Federations’ television shows in the territory days. Then, Nick and Stephen set the record straight and make a very important announcement about the state of the show. Plus, everyone suddenly finds themselves in COMEDY SHOOT mode while talking about defunct sketch comedy group <a href="https://www.youtube.com/user/DumbshitMountain" target="_blank">Dumbshit Mountain</a>, being young, drama and much more!</p><p><br></p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a></p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p>
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75. Brian James O’Connell - The Rivalry between the Garvins and The Midnight Express
<p>Brian James O’Connell (Bloodsucking Bastards, Dr. God, The Pack Theater) comes on the show to discuss the rivalry between the Garvins and The Midnight Express, A feud very near and dear to his heart that spanned over a number of years throughout many of the Southern wrestling territories. Then, everyone talks about the roles that nostalgia and mythology play in wrestling and how easy it may or may not be to become a fan of any current wrestling product versus the products of the past. Plus, Brian talks about his love of Magnum T.A., as well as Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes, his father and growing up in the South. Also, Stephen decides to “take back” a certain term and Nick praises Italian composer Giorgio Moroder.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to <a href="http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/" target="_blank">BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling</a></p><p>Follow us on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/YSLWPodcast" target="_blank">@YSLWpodcast</a></p><p>Like us on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/" target="_blank">Facebook</a> </p><p>Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com</p><p>Support the show by Shopping on <a href="https://www.amazon.com/?tag=yslw-20" target="_blank">Amazon</a></p><p><br></p><p><br></p>
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74. Lindsay Stidham - The Power of “Twin Magic” in WWE
Lindsay Stidham (Welcome to the Clambake, Play Nice) joins the show to talk all about the power of “Twin Magic” in wrestling by examining clips of the Bella Twins, The Usos and more. Also, Lindsay explains her experiences as a fairly new fan to wrestling, including her first event at PWG. Then, Nick tries to sell Stephen on PWG and the wonderfully dingy American Legion in Reseda, CA that hosts it. Plus, many of the discussions lead to what’s working and what isn’t working on current WWE product, particularly for the SmackDown LIVE brand. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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73. Jon Allen - Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat vs. “Macho Man” Randy Savage from WrestleMania III
In this week’s episode, the boys welcome actor, comedian and pro wrestling manager Jon Allen (Freakshow Wrestling, Playstation’s “Pain”) to the show to discuss one of the greatest matches of all time: the WrestleMania III bout between Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat and “Macho Man” Randy Savage, which ends up threading together many previous matches and clips Stephen has seen in the past. Then, Jon shows off some clips of his character “Jonald Trump” taking to the streets of Vegas to promote Freakshow Wrestling. Plus, Stephen gives an absolutely SHOCKING rating this week, which sends Nick into near cardiac arrest. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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72. Katie Willert - GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (2012 Documentary)
In anticipation of Netflix’s upcoming scripted series GLOW, this week Nick and Stephen welcome Katie Willert (After Hours on Cracked.com, E! Network) to the show to discuss the 2012 documentary ”GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling" and examine the now defunct, all female 80s wrestling show. Also, everyone talks about where many of the wrestlers are now and their individual stories of both redemption and tragedy. Plus, Katie reveals the world of “Customs” to the boys, which leads to a very strange discussion about kinky videos and the current well known wrestlers that have graced them in the past. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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71. Joe Porter - The Undertaker's Obsession with Stephanie McMahon!
In this week’s episode, the boys welcome Joseph Porter (Conan, Ugly Betty, Quick and Funny Musicals) to the show to talk all about The Undertaker’s obsession with Stephanie McMahon, and the insane segments that came out of it including instances of sacrifices, an over-the-top kidnapping, a dark wedding and more. Also, Joe reveals how he tried to go by “Seph” for a while, which leads to Stephen and Nick figuring out their own pretentious shortened nicknames. Then, Nick gets very fired up about McDonalds’ foolish decision to add chocolate, mocha and other accoutrements to the already flawless Shamrock Shake. Plus, Joe talks about the time his arch rival Joey Clift (who is still out on assignment) hit him with his car, which also leads to Vince Russo getting hit by a truck for the 150th time. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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70. Ronnie Adrian - Performance, Commitment and Characters in Wrestling
5! 5! 5! Guest Ronnie Adrian (Key & Peele, Comedy Bang Bang, White Women) brings a Scattershot Smörgåsbord of clips, all focusing on Ronnie’s favorite wrestling performances including Steve Austin returning to RAW to stun the Alliance, Ric Flair’s “What Dreams Are Made Of” speech, and much more. And… for some reason, Stephen likes it?! Also, everyone talks about the commitment wrestlers have for their characters, promos, matches and the production of shows. Then, Nick reveals the purported Vince McMahon lead vocal version of Shawn Michaels’ “Sexy Boy” theme song much to everyone’s delight. Plus, Stephen picks a strange battle and shoots on firefighters. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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69. Cameron Rice - Randy Orton vs Bray Wyatt in a House of Horrors Match from WWE Payback 2017
This week, Joey is out on assignment and the boys needed a knowledgeable guest to help out, so they welcome their pal Cameron Rice (Hyper RPG on Twitch, Tiny Muscles) back to the show to talk all about WWE’s ridiculous “House of Horrors” match from Payback that pitted “The Viper” Randy Orton against perennial spookster Bray Wyatt. Also, everyone has a good laugh talking about topics from Jim Ross and Steve Austin’s podcasts which piques Stephen’s interest but also confuses him. Then, Nick proposes his need to pass on the misery that is D-movie “Dark Harvest 2: The Maize” to Cameron. Plus, the neverending conversation about Bray Wyatt’s mishandled booking in WWE continues. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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68. Ryan Stanger - ESPN Films’ “30 For 30 This Was the XFL”
In this week’s episode, the boys welcome Ryan Stanger (Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Dumbbells podcast) to the show to discuss “30 For 30: This Was The XFL”, the recent ESPN films documentary that examines the failed football league created by WWE chairman Vince McMahon and legendary NBC TV exec Dick Ebersol that lasted for one season. All of the most fascinating bits from the XFL are covered - from the much-hyped commercials, WWF cross-promotion and personalized jerseys, to the increasingly uneventful games, often shuffled personnel and technical disasters that earned the league national criticism. Then, in addition to football, the boys also talk about health, Soylent, Gatorade, marketing/image, and, of course, wrestling. Plus, Joey talks about how eating any food makes him “logy”, a word which is puzzlingly quite new to both Nick and Stephen. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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67. Robert Chan - Shoot Interviews: Wrestlers on Vince McMahon
This week, the boys welcome guest Robert Chan (Yahoo TV, The Science Jerks, Knowing Is Half The Podcast) to the show to give Stephen a look at “shoot” interviews, particularly ones featuring wrestlers airing their grievances about WWE Chairman Vince McMahon. A number of wrestlers and wrestling personalities’ comments are examined as Bret Hart, CM Punk, Jim Cornette, Rob Van Dam, Torrie Wilson, Batista, Ryback and many more all weigh in, making for a fascinating discussion about the psyche of a rich workaholic who seems to never sleep. Also, Chan and Joey talk about their interest in e-Feds which leads Nick to conjure up the power of KFed (Kevin Federline) and his infamous “Brazilian ass shaker” PoPoZão. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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66. Christopher Corbin - The Undertaker vs. Yokozuna in a Casket Match at Survivor Series 1994
In this week’s episode, the boys welcome actor and comedian Christopher Corbin (Jane The Virgin, Adam Ruins Everything, Netflix’s upcoming American Vandal) to the show to talk all about The Undertaker’s Casket (RE)Match against Yokozuna at Survivor Series 1994, complete with Chuck Norris as the special outside guest referee. Also, the story of their feud is examined further in clip of the build to the match, including promos and in-ring segments also featuring Paul Bearer, Jim Cornette and more. Then, Nick drops a bombshell when he reveals that he thinks risotto is “kinda overrated” and prefers Kraft© Mac & Cheese. Plus, Chris talks about being an old school wrestling fan loving Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling cartoon, while Joey proposes that YSLW use their Amazon.com earnings to send Stephen to wrestling school. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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65. RequestleMania IV - MORE Fan Requested Matches!
The Ultimate Thrill Ride “WrestleMania” may have come and gone, but the ultimate CHILL ride is just beginning: it’s REQUESTLEMANIA IV! The boys take a break from guests and chill out to once again discuss fan requested matches sent in by YSLW listeners! First, Joey and Nick show Stephen a clip of Chikara’s Mike Quackenbush delivering an all-out sermon about “The Art of Pro Wrestling” at Ignite Philly 16, which leads to a discussion about comments sections, Superman and logical fallacies. Next, the boys watch Brock Lesnar destroy John Cena for the WWE Championship in “convincing fashion” as Summerslam 2014. Also, everyone discusses an old British World of Sport match pitting Johnny Saint against a mullet-ed Fit Finlay. Plus, Stephen accidentally types in GoFuckMe.com in his browser window. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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63. Nadia Osman - Jack Gallagher vs. Akira Tozawa from the 2016 WWE Cruiserweight Classic
This week, the boys welcome comedian and writer Nadia Osman (UCB Theatre, The Devastator) to the show to talk all about the memorable and star-making battle between “The Extraordinary Gentleman” Jack Gallagher and “The Stamina Monster” Akira Tozawa from the 2016 WWE Cruiserweight Classic! Then, Nick and Joey give Stephen another taste of more Cruiserweight antics when they show him the “Gentlemen’s Duel” between Gallagher and his 205 Live nemesis Ariya Daivari. Also, everyone tries to tie Stephen up into a Pretzel Ball just like in the match, which leads to him getting very frustrated and going on a diatribe comparing the wrestlers to Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. Plus, Nadia pitches a Spice Girls faction to WWE and Stephen contemplates just leaving the show completely. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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62. Tom Sibley - Kazuchika Okada vs Kenny Omega at Wrestle Kingdom 11 for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship
The fans asked for him, and YSLW has delivered! In this week’s episode, the boys are happy to welcome comedian Tom Sibley (We Watch Wrestling, Comedy Central’s “Comics To Watch”) to the show to talk all about the highly praised main event from Wrestle Kingdom 11 between Kazuchika Okada and Kenny Omega for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship, a match that Dave Meltzer rated 6 out of 5 stars. Also, Tom also talks about PWG, WWW live shows, Matt Riddle and not wearing shoes. Then, resident skeptic Stephen gives his thoughts on the length of the match and entrances, overall presentation, Jim Ross’s AXS TV commentary and that bonkers table spot. Plus, Joey tells a pretentious story about backpacking through Vatican City to see the Pope while Nick drinks a murky cup of of Guy Fieri’s “Au Fudge Chaud” coffee from the Flavortown Roasts collection (a gift provided by friend of the show Ben Parks!) #ButtholeWinks For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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61. Ryan Tweedy - The Ultimate Warrior vs Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania VI for the Intercontinental Championship and the WWF Championship
This week, the boys welcome Ryan Tweedy (Nebraska Corn Huskers documentary Through These Gates, Fish Out of Water Podcast) to the show to talk all about the match billed as the “The Ultimate Challenge”: Hulk Hogan vs The Ultimate Warrior at WrestleMania VI for both the Intercontinental and WWF Championships. Then, everyone has a big laugh watching Hulk Hogan rock along to a confusing montage in Rick Derringer’s classic “Real American” video, which is one of the most popular entrance themes in the sport. Also, Joey and Nick reveal they weren’t (and aren’t) huge college football fans. Plus, plenty of talk about dog dicks, weird uncles, homoeroticism in wrestling, Taco Bell founder Kermit Becky, Mayor McCheese and Beauty & The Beast. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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60. Alex Hoffman - “Exposed! Pro Wrestling's Greatest Secrets” (1998)
This week, the boys welcome guest Alex Hoffman (Dreamworks Animation) to the show to discuss the 1998 NBC television special “Exposed! Pro Wrestling's Greatest Secrets”, a program which sought to reveal all the behind-the-scenes details of the business. Everyone mocks the “Trash TV” tone of the show quite and bit and suddenly no one can stop talking narrator Nick Bakay’s “EXPOSED!” voice. Plus, Joey and Nick dissect why the show’s condescending tone and sometimes flat out falsities are completely unfair to both fans, wrestlers and bookers alike, and are curious to see whether Stephen will actually take the side of the show or not. #ConJob For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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59. YSLW Goes to WWE Raw! (2.20.17 in Los Angeles)
Joey and Nick did the unthinkable… AGAIN! That’s right: they dragged Stephen out to the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, CA to witness a live episode of WWE Monday Night Raw! The boys enjoyed the show with a number of previous guests and friends of the show in great seats, so Stephen was able to get an up-close experience to dish out his thoughts on Kevin Owens, Sasha Banks, Charlotte, Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar’s video address to Goldberg and more, as well as $14 margaritas and a very disappointing Blaze pizza. Then, Joey and Nick also rave about the HOSStacular clash between The Big Show and Braun Strowman, express their disappointment at the lack of Crusierweight action and talk about Joey’s uneaten jalapeños. Plus, everyone reacts to The Rock calling CM Punk on the phone in front of a full arena! For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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58. Nicky Urban - Shawn Michaels vs. Ric Flair from WrestleMania 24
This week, the boys welcome Nicky Urban (Comedy Girl Crush, Femmebot PHD, Late Nightmare with Emily Candini) to the show to take a look back at the “Career Threatening Match” between Shawn Michaels and his idol Ric Flair - a match that would eventually signal the end of the Nature Boy’s in-ring WWE career. Also, Nicky reveals what it was like to be at the “Showcase of the Immortals” live and witness the entire thing go down in Orlando. Then, Joey and Nick dissect "passing of the torch" moments in wrestling, and how wins, losses and levels of defeat play into the hierarchy of the larger WWE historical picture. Plus, Stephen tries to get everyone to love public libraries. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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Bonus 14. Ring Psychology, Improv and Erik Barnes!
In this Bonus offshoot conversation from our Jake “The Snake” Roberts episode, the boys and guest Erik Barnes (Ranker.com, Afterbuzz TV) further elaborate on what constitutes “Ring Psychology” for Stephen, and how it may or may not relate to improvisational comedy. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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57. Erik Barnes - The Career of Jake “The Snake” Roberts
This week, the boys welcome comedian Erik Barnes (Ranker.com, Afterbuzz TV) to the show to look back on the storied career of the charismatic master of the DDT, WWE Hall of Famer Jake “The Snake” Roberts! Joey, Nick and Erik show Stephen a retrospective of Jake’s career highs in the ring, as well as his masterful promos, his infamous lows outside of the squared circle, his quest towards redemption and his ultimate induction into the WWE Hall of Fame. Also, everyone talks about snakes/snakebites and then Erik challenges Stephen’s “Who cares?” argument which leads to some rather heated discussion all around. Plus, Stephen tries to get everyone to love comedian Josh Ruben and his Snapchat account. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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Bonus 13. YSLW Presents: “Macho Man” Randy Savage reads ‘Goodnight Moon’
In this special bonus content piece, You Should Love Wrestling unearths a lost, totally real treasure referenced in this week’s episode with guest Gene Augusto (Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, CBS Diversity Showcase) for the very first time: an intense reading of Margaret Wise Brown’s ‘Goodnight Moon’ read by “Macho Man” Randy Savage. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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56. Gene Augusto - The Romance of “Macho Man” Randy Savage and Miss Elizabeth
Valentine’s Day is here and love is in the air, so this week the boys welcome their good friend Gene Augusto (Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, CBS Diversity Showcase) back to the show to explore one of wrestling’s greatest love stories: the romance of “Macho Man” Randy Savage and Miss Elizabeth! Known to be a tumultuous relationship both on-screen and off, Gene walks Joey, Nick and Stephen through a career-spanning retrospective in an attempt to showcase the very best and sometimes worst bits featuring these two legends. Also, other names inevitably come up along the way like Hulk Hogan, Sensational Sherri, The Ultimate Warrior, Lex Luger, Ric Flair and whoever the “MAGA Powers” are. Plus, things get heated when Joey and Stephen argue for nearly 20 minutes about what they think constitutes marketing and media. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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55. Derek Smith AKA Cereal Man - Mecha Mummy vs Minoru Suzuki (5/4/09)
This week, the boys welcome pro wrestler Derek Smith, better known as Cereal Man (former DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight champion, Hoodslam, Freakshow Wrestling) to the show to talk all about an insane mostly pre-taped 2009 match between Mecha Mummy and Japanese wrestling legend Minoru Suzuki. Then, everyone also watches a brief clip of Cereal Man himself in action. Also, Nick and Joey try to help Stephen remember “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, but he can’t, so they just talk about another VERY real pro wrestler named Jimmy “The Jaundice Kid” instead. Plus, Stephen tries to get everyone to like computer app “Flux”, which of course Nick hates and then an argument ensues. #SABUteur For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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54. The 2017 Royal Rumble Match
It’s the final installment of RUMBLE WEEK! The fans have been suggesting it for a while now, so in this episode, Stephen joined Nick and Joey at their apartment along with a number of previous YSLW guests and friends of the show to watch the 2017 Royal Rumble pay-per-view. Stephen mainly worked on his laptop for the entire show up until the actual Rumble match, which everyone mainly loved until the very last entrant. Plus, everyone talks about what this event means for future storylines building up into WrestleMania 33, as well as how previous threads were brought back into the fold and teased or wrapped up. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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53. RequestleMania III - EVEN MORE Fan Requested Matches!
As Rumble Week continues, we thought it’d be appropriate to bring you the grandaddy of ‘em all: REQUESTLEMANIA! In the third installment of this continuing fan request series (in which Nick declares Stephen to have a streak of “0-2” so far), the boys first watch a recent bout that pitted Cedric Alexander against the “Golden Star” Kota Ibushi from WWE’s Cruiserweight Classic. Also, Joey stresses the significance of Triple H raising Alexander’s hand after the match, while also voicing his displeasure for Drew Gulak’s entrance robe. Then, the discussion gets heavy after watching the sobering ESPN documentary “Von Erich's - Wrestling The Curse”, which leads to the uncovering of additional, very unknown Von Erichs. Finally, the boys watch Santino Marella’s pre-Cyber Sunday 2008 heel promo, which leads Stephen to go off the deep end after “jaundice” victim “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan appears. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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52. Chet Wild - Brock Lesnar vs. Kurt Angle from WrestleMania XIX for the WWE Championship
There’s no stopping Rumble Week now, and today the boys welcome comedian and world’s biggest Fastball fan Chet Wild (Laughs on Fox, Unpopular Opinion Podcast) to the show to talk all about the WWE Championship title match between Brock Lesnar and Kurt Angle from WrestleMania XIX. Chet comes in hot right off the bat, wanting to get to the bottom of the psychology behind Stephen’s hatred for wrestling. Then, after watching Lesnar nearly break his neck due to the infamous botched Shooting Star Press, everyone watches a CZW clip in which The Osirian Portal “hypnotizes” their opponents. Also, Nick, Joey and Chet talk about their love of hugs and the SNL end credits theme song. Plus, Stephen tries to get everyone to love Tim Ferriss’s book “Tools of Titans”. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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51. Nick Mundy - Kevin Owens vs. John Cena at Elimination Chamber 2015
Rumble Week rolls on, and in this episode the boys welcome Nick Mundy (Screen Junkies, Conan, Adam Ruins Everything) to the show to talk all about the 2015 bout at WWE Elimination Chamber between the NXT Champion at the time Kevin Owens and the US Champion John Cena, particularly the shocking ending that ensued. Also, Mundy elaborates on being BFFs with the Rock, working for Chris Jericho, sings the praises of Bobby Roode’s “Glorious” theme song and declares that Stephen is definitely a secret wrestling fan no matter what he says to the contrary. Then, Joey and Nick question if they’re doing the show right and if their quest will ever truly be worth it. Plus, Stephen tries to get everyone to love his method of easing into sleep by thinking of it as a “shutdown sequence”. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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50. Asterios Kokkinos - Wrestling’s Best Promos
Rumble week continues and in this episode and the boys welcome Asterios Kokkinos (“Toys "4" Cheap: The Magic of Toys Will Shut Up Your Child”, Screen Junkies) to the show to talk all about some of wrestling’s greatest promos! Stephen gets a crash course in the art of cutting a good promo by watching classics from Randy Savage and The Ultimate Warrior, while also getting a glimpse of newer standouts from the Miz, Mark Henry and more. Then, Joey and Nick talk about the current state of promos in WWE, while Asterios also gives everyone a lot to think about. Plus, Stephen accidentally starts an anti-vaxxer discussion when he tries to get everyone to like flu shots, a thing that Nick 100% doesn’t believe in. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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49. Justin Donaldson - The Montreal Screwjob Pt. 2: Shawn Michaels vs. Bret “The Hitman” Hart
Rumble Week continues, and Justin Donaldson (UPROXX, Tournament of Nerds at UCB) is back for a Part 2 to elaborate on yesterday’s episode, this time discussing the actual WWF Championship match at Survivor Series 1997 between Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart that ended in the “Montreal Screwjob”. Along with Joey and Nick, Justin tries to stress Bret Hart’s character strengths to Stephen, particularly the integrity he always strived for and, for the most part, maintained throughout his career. Plus, everyone takes a look at Bret Hart’s return to the WWE and whether or not his 2010 reconciliation with Shawn Michaels live on Raw seems genuine to both parties. Also, passionate thoughts on Brian Pillman, the Owen Hart tragedy, Vince McMahon, WCW, WWE’s rewriting of history, “Wrestling With Daddy” and much, much more! For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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48. Justin Donaldson - The Montreal Screwjob Pt. 1: Wrestling With Shadows
It’s day two of Rumble Week and in this episode, the boys welcome back friend of the show Justin Donaldson (UPROXX, Tournament of Nerds at UCB) to dissect the fascinating documentary “Hitman Hart: Wrestling With Shadows”, a film that chronicles Bret Hart’s last year in the WWF, all culminating with the infamous “Montreal Screwjob” at Survivor Series 1997. Also, Joey, Nick and Justin try to explain the Hart Dungeon and traditional, old school-style training to Stephen, which he finds to be absurd because of the real injuries trainees would sustain. Plus, everyone gushes about how groundbreaking it was to see unfiltered backstage moments revealed in 1998 and also whether or not they empathize with Bret or Vince McMahon given the complicated situation. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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47. Maddox - Randy Savage vs Ultimate Warrior in a Title-For-Title match (Feb 11, 1989)
To celebrate the Royal Rumble and kick off YSLW’s Rumble Week, the boys welcome Maddox (The Best Page in The Universe, New York Times Bestseller “The Alphabet of Manliness”) to the show to talk about Randy Savage vs Ultimate Warrior in a 1989 Title-For-Title match at The Boston Garden, which also features an absurd amount of flexing by Rick Rude. Also, everyone watches the 2014 Monster’s Ball match from TNA between Bram and Abyss, followed by an impromptu viewing of the bonafide classic clip that saw Big Boss Man crash Big Show’s father’s funeral. Plus, Maddox suggests Nick start a Catholic school inspired podcast called “Premium Piety”, while Joey drops some knowledge about WWF’s deals with Madison Square Garden in the 80s. Then, Stephen tries to get everyone to like Google’s PhotoScan AND announces his engagement to (maybe) Criss Angel. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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46. Aaron Moles - Goldberg vs Brock Lesnar: Then and Now
In this episode, the boys welcome Aaron Moles (WWE Swerved, Channel 101, Our RoboCop Remake) to the show to talk all about the recently resurrected feud between Goldberg and Brock Lesnar by taking a look back at their disappointing bout at WrestleMania XX in 2004 and then comparing it to their shocking yet surprisingly logical Survivor Series 2016 rematch. Joey, Nick and Aaron also try their very best to fill in the 12-year gap for Stephen, dissecting the vastly different trajectories both mens’ careers took on between 2004 and 2016. Then, everyone looks to the future including the possibility of a third match, what the revived feud means for both Superstars’ immediate careers and how it will and/or should affect their lasting legacies. Plus, Stephen tries to convince everyone to love the Dash Wallet. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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45. Danielle Radford - Daniel Bryan’s WWE World Heavyweight Championship Journey at WrestleMania XXX
This week, the boys welcome Danielle Radford (Tights and Fights Podcast, Maximum Fun) to the show to discuss the ultimate underdog Daniel Bryan’s journey to winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania XXX. First, everyone discusses his against-all-odds win over WWE COO Triple H to qualify him for competing in the main event later that night. Then, Joey, Nick and Danielle try to convey the weight of Bryan’s title win in the main event against Randy Orton and Batista, and the catharsis that came with such a gargantuan win on the grandest stage of them all. Plus, a lot of Bryan’s past is filled in, the word “gimmick” is thrown around a lot as is the song “Monster”, and Stephen tries to get everyone to love sending postcards. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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44. The Best of 2016: You Should Love “You Should Love Wrestling”!
The merciful end of 2016 is finally here, and while the world has seen its share of ups and downs, Joey, Nick and Stephen want to forget about all the bad, focus on only the good times and revisit the VERY BEST of You Should Love Wrestling 2016! The boys take a look back at the show’s first year, highlighting all of the incredible guests, unforgettable AND forgettable matches, recurring characters, moments of breakthrough, triumphs, frustrations, occasional bad movies, a surprisingly long conversation about rechargeable batteries that’s STILL going on and much, much more. Find out if Stephen loves wrestling yet and hear what 2017 will have in store! For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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43. David Steiman - The WRITER & DIRECTOR of “Santa’s Slay” (2005) + Joan Ford Returns Again!
In this very special Christmas miracle episode, Stephen ends up tracking down “Santa’s Slay” writer & director and former Brett Ratner protégé David Steiman (Red Dragon, Rush Hour 2) on Twitter, and swiftly invites him onto the show to a record a follow-up to the last edition of YSLW (featuring now yet AGAIN returning four time guest Joan Ford) to talk all about about the holiday horror cult classic he helped create. David offers up details about his initial pitch, set stories, editing woes, early casting possibilities, how B-Movie legend Roger Corman almost got involved. Plus, how WWE/WCW’s Bill Goldberg came to be cast. And, David answers everyone’s questions from the last episode while also discussing his own relationship with wrestling, and how his Jewish heritage influenced the movie. Then, everyone pitches on-screen deaths for a sequel that they definitely hope happens. Also, Nick and Joey bring up asswiping again. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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41. Jason Wayne Christian - You Should Love Vader!
In a special career retrospective episode, the boys welcome Jason Wayne Christian (Angie Tribeca, You’re The Worst) back to the show to discuss the legacy of Big Van Vader, who recently announced that he has health issues. From his days in WCW and WWE to his legendary run in Japan, Joey, Nick and Jason try to clue Stephen in as to what made the super heavyweight such an international star while and why he remains such a respected name in the business - both inside and outside of the squared circle. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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40. YSLW Pro #1 - White Oak Jr. vs. Percy The Prowler LIVE at the Pack Theater (11.12.16)
It’s the inaugural edition of YSLW Pro -the all new real wrestling promotion presented by Joey Clift, Nick Gligor & Stephen Perlstein of You Should Love Wrestling- emanating live from the Pack Theater in Los Angeles! In this exciting show, White Oak Jr. takes on Percy the Prowler to determine who will be the first ever wrestler to hold the YSLW Pro World Championship title belt! But that’s not all: audience member and previous YSLW guest Josh Lassman also challenges the winner of that bout as an audience member and Percy’s manager Jumanji shocks the world! Plus, The Rock shows up! Featuring ring announcer Cameron Rice and referee Robert Chan. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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39. Jacquis Neal - Triple H vs The Rock from Backlash 2000 for the WWF Championship
This week, the boys welcome Jacquis Neal (Mess Hall Night @ UCB, Dramedy) to the show to revisit the huge WWF title match between Triple H and The Rock from Backlash 2000, which also saw Stone Cold Steve Austin return to a deafening pop. Then, Nick and Joey show Stephen Chris Jericho’s classic and highly regarded 1999 WWE debut on Monday Night Raw. Also, everyone discusses the origins of the “Stone Cold” moniker and how Austin landed on it, while offering up a number of alternate nicknames for him as well. Plus, Stephen tries to get everyone to love youth mentoring. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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38. Jesse Klein - Hulk Hogan vs Shawn Michaels from SummerSlam 2005
This week, the boys welcome their pal Jesse Klein (Afterbuzz TV, Haymaker) to the show to talk all about the SummerSlam 2005 bout between “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels and the “Immortal” Hulk Hogan - a match made (in)famous due to Michaels’ effort to mock Hogan by overselling every move. Also, Nick and Joey show Stephen HBK’s Larry King/Hogan parody video and also the moment when he “lost his smile”. Then, Jesse calls out original YSLW character “Fish in the Toilet” which causes some other very brilliant original characters to briefly appear. Plus, Stephen tries to get everyone to like rechargeable batteries, which Nick is oddly and vehemently against. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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37. Dan Black - Roman Reigns vs Brock Lesnar from WrestleMania 31 for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship
This week, the boys welcome Dan Black (The Comedians of Wrestling Podcast, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Adam Ruins Everything) to the show to talk all about Roman Reigns vs Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 31, which featured Seth Rollins’ surprise Money in the Bank cash-in at the end of the match. Then, Nick and Joey make Stephen get squeamish again when they show him Lesnar busting open Randy Orton the hard way at Summerslam 2016. Also, Hulk Hogan and Vince McMahon both show up to do an improv scene for the ages! Plus, discussions about male physiques, Mauro Ranallo’s commentary, CM Punk’s UFC run and Stephen tries to get everyone to like scheduling dates. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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36. YSLW Goes to NXT Live in Hollywood! (10.30.16)
It happened again: Stephen went to a live wrestling match! This time, Joey and Nick dragged him out to see NXT Live at the Hollywood Palladium. In addition to seeing some taped Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic semi-final matches, the boys also got to see some of NXT’s biggest stars including Shinsuke Nakamura, Samoa Joe, Bobby Roode, Asuka, Tye Dillinger, DIY, Ember Moon and more plus a drop-in from Kota Ibushi! Also, Stephen gives his thoughts on the crowd, the energy, the chants and all the in-ring action, plus discussions about discussions with wrestlers, friends and previous YSLW guests in attendance! For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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35. YSLW Goes to Lucha VaVOOM! (10.26.16)
The rumors are true and the unthinkable has happened: Stephen went to his very first ever real, live wrestling event - and HE got the tickets! Joey and Nick were there to witness history as the boys all head off to see Lucha VaVOOM live at the Mayan Theater in Los Angeles. Everyone shares their thoughts on the matches that featured wrestlers like Joey Ryan, Rey Horus, El Presidente, The Crazy Chickens and more. Then, the boys break down the other elements of the show including the comedy bits, the musical performances, the circus-like spectacle and the VaVOOM itself: the burlesque acts! Plus, the boys announce their plans for YSLW Pro, a new live wrestling federation that they’re honest-to-God buying a real Championship belt for. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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34. Joan Ford - The Donald Trump WWE Retrospective
With the 2016 Presidential election/Apocalypse right around the corner, the boys welcome Joan Ford (UCB Theatre, Cracked, “Killing It: The Action Girl's Guide to Saving the World”) back to the show to take a hard, retrospective look at Donald Trump’s “run” in WWE. From giving away millions of dollars and treating women terribly on national TV, to his WrestleMania Hair vs. Hair stipulated match and being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, these events serve as just another strange chapter in the life of a man who could become the leader of the free world. Also, the public finally has their prayers answered and gets to experience four comedians in one room doing Trump impressions all at once. Then, because Nick is in that room, the Denny’s “Hooburrito” naturally comes up while Joey continues to defend his position of “knowing everything about old school hip-hop.” Plus, Stephen fittingly tries to get everyone to love “The Voter App.” For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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32. RequestleMania II - MORE Fan Requested Matches!
It’s another REQUESTLEMANIA, and the boys once again sat down to watch matches and clips suggested by the fans! First, everyone discusses Max Landis’s recent short “Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling”, a popular web video that tries to encourage non-fans and casual viewers to like wrestling – a battle that Joey and Nick are well aware of. Then, the boys revisit a bloody bout that kept Stephen up late that night: the WWE Championship match between Eddie Guerrero and JBL from Judgement Day 2004 – one that saw Eddie accidentally botch a blade job when he sliced an artery in his head instead of a vein. Plus, Vince Russo accidentally walks into traffic and Stephen tries to get Joey and Nick to love coconut water. Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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29. Geoffrey Golden - Colt Cabana vs. Shockwave the Robot from DREAMWAVE Wrestling (4.13.13)
This week, the boys welcome Geoffrey Golden (The Devastator Press, National Lampoon, Cracked) to the show to talk all about big, crazy comedy wrestling matches by bringing in a 2013 DREAMWAVE Wrestling match that pits Colt Cabana against Shockwave The Robot, as well as a couple of insane over-the-top clips from Kaiju Big Battel. Then, Joey and Nick decide it’s time to play yet another rousing game of “NWO or N-W-No?”, a game that could theoretically continue for all eternity. Then, a fan sends the boys the 1980s rap song “Wrestling” by LYF. Plus, Stephen tries to get everyone to love the Amazon Kindle. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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28. Paul London - Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart from WrestleMania X
This week, the boys are honored to welcome to the show current Lucha Underground star and three time WWE Tag Team Champion (a title he once held for a record-setting 331 days alongside partner Brian Kendrick), the rakishly handsome Paul London! Paul sits down for a very open, intimate conversation to talk all about his time coming up in the wrestling business, as well as acting, struggles, success, injuries and more, plus 3D Maya files and whatever “worming” is. Then, everyone tries to break down the classic Bret Hart vs Owen Hart match from WrestleMania X and a clip from the Roger Corman produced B-movie “Deathstalker 2”. Also, Nick does an impression of a Deathstalker character, while Joey does the same impression but accidentally makes everyone uncomfortable. And, Stephen tries to get everyone to like TSA Pre-Check. # GligorsGorvers For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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27. Matthew Brian Cohen - Bryan Danielson vs. Takeshi Morishima from Ring of Honor Manhattan Mayhem II (8.25.07)
This week, the boys welcome Matthew Brian Cohen (Lifescrapers: Tall Stories of American Lives, Cool Shit/Weird Shit at UCB) to the show to discuss a match that he saw in person: the 2007 Ring of Honor Manhattan Mayhem II bout that pitted Bryan Danielson against Takeshi Morishima in what many called the Match of the Year. Then, the conversation gets heated when Joey and Nick show Stephen the clip where Vader’s eye pops out of its socket during a match with Stan Hansen - a thing that Stephen absolutely refuses to believe happened. Also, everyone sings Daniel Bryan’s praises and reflects on how over he and the “Yes!” chant were (and still are) in WWE. Plus, Stephen tries to get everyone to like Poke from LA’s Ohana Poke. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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26. Bobby Ramos AKA Dino Winwood - Katsuyori Shibata vs Tomohiro Ishii from NJPW’s G1 Climax 23 (04/08/2013)
This week, the boys welcome the knowledgeable former PWG commissioner Bobby Ramos AKA Dino Winwood (developer of the upcoming indie wrestling video game “Saturday Knights”) to the show to discuss the hard hitting 2013 bout between Katsuyori Shibata and Tomohiro Ishii from NJPW’s G1 Climax 23. It also just happens to be 9/11 and Bobby’s birthday! Also, Stephen comes to terms with the differences between hard and soft surfaces. Then, Joey and Nick show off the legendary “Jumpin’” Jeff Farmer promos. Plus, the boys play some incredibly revealing YSLW Voicemails, two Vince Russos show up for a Russo-Off and Stephen tries to get everyone to love his industrial 3M label maker. #Yip For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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25. YSLW LIVE! - 9/10/16 at The Pack Theater
It’s the first LIVE edition of You Should Love Wrestling, emanating from the Pack Theater in Los Angeles! This month, Joey and Nick invite friends of the show Rachel Evans (AfterBuzz TV, CreepShow Comedy, Snarled), Eric Moneypenny (FOX ADHD, AOK, The Midnight Show) and Chad Damiani (Former WCW Announcer, JETZO, the "Fruit Ninja" movie) to come watch TNA Impact’s “THE FINAL DELETION” and to try to convince Stephen to love wrestling in their biggest effort yet. They also get some help from ring announcer Matt Mazany (Gay of Thrones, Funny or Die) and even good old JR himself Jim Ross (Greg Jones, in a bit written by Cameron Rice)! Plus, everyone plays a game of “NWO or NW-NO?” This night was truly GLORIOUS! For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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24: Ty Matthews - Kota Ibushi vs. El Generico vs. Nick Jackson vs. Jigsaw from CHIKARA King of Trios 2009
This week, the boys welcome Championship Wrestling from Hollywood’s own “First Progenitor of Hyperoptimism” Ty Matthews (Smosh, Afterbuzz TV) to the show to discuss the CHIKARA Four-way elimination match between Kota Ibushi, El Generico, Nick Jackson and Jigsaw from King of Trios 2009. Then, Nick announces the Kickstarter he’s starting for whatever “Butthole Waveform” is, while resident ‘Dallion-head Joey invites all Juggalos to come on the show. Plus, a plethora of new recurring characters are introduced, including Pocket Ted Cruz and Kid in a Bag. Also, Ty shows off the Percy Pringle III Memorial Cup and Stephen tries to get everyone to like Zeiss lens cleaning wipes. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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23. Joshua Lassman - Triple H vs Cactus Jack: Street Fight from the WWF 2000 Royal Rumble
In the third installment of “3 Matches of Foley”, guest Joshua Lassman (Del Closed Fist, Man vs. Improv, The Hopefully Chris Pratt and Shane Hartline Show) not only brings in Triple H & Cactus Jack’s Street Fight from the 2000 Royal Rumble (which he attended) but some Broken Skull IPA beer to boot! Also, Stephen analyzes the bounce of barbed wire, the Spanish announce table and more. Plus, Nick talks about the XXL t-shirt he got from his dad’s band’s road crew guys Nut and Blade, and Joey cuts an impassioned Mick Foley promo that he did back in high school drama class. Then, Stephen tries to get everyone to love Packing Cubes and the boys lay out the details for the upcoming LIVE version of You Should Love Wrestling! #FancyMan For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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22. Cameron Rice - The Rock vs Mankind I Quit Match from Royal Rumble 1999 for the WWF Championship
In the third installment of “3 Matches of Foley”, the boys welcome Cameron Rice (Geek and Sunday, Tiny Muscles, The Pack Theater) to the show to discuss The Rock and Mankind’s I Quit Match for the WWF title from the 1999 Royal Rumble - a match famous for Mick Foley’s 11 brutal, unprotected chairshots to head. Also, Stephen gets his first inside look at what Foley’s family was thinking when Nick and Joey show him the backstage footage of this match seen in the documentary “Beyond The Mat”. Then, everyone gets real while discussing concussions, health, upbringing, youth, high school and Shawn Michaels’ Playgirl spread for good measure. Plus, Joey declares he can take a bullet, Stephen tries to convince everyone to like cologne and Cummy Ray Romano shows up. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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21. Chad Damiani - No Holds Barred (1989)
This week, the boys are very excited to welcome former WCW announcer Chad Damiani (JETZO, the upcoming “Fruit Ninja” movie) to the show to discuss the 1989 WWF feature film “No Holds Barred” starring Hulk Hogan, and it’s incoherent “story” which was mainly rewritten by Vince McMahon and Hogan himself. Plus, Chad discusses many wacky road tales from his days in WCW, including mismanagement and clueless booking, iron-clad contracts, backstage politics, promos, Kevin Sullivan, that time when Chuck Palumbo and Shawn Stasiak kept pushing backstage for a mountain gorilla to be their manager, the company’s demise and most importantly, how Chad taught the Hulkster what the internet is. Nick and Joey are very excited to hear these stories, while Stephen is mainly focused on the word “Jockass”. Plus, fan tweets are read in a segment called “Cheap Pops!” For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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20. Matt McCarthy - Undertaker vs Mankind from WWE Hell in a Cell 1998
This week, the boys welcome former WWE writer and comedian Matt McCarthy (Conan, @Midnight, the We Watch Wrestling Podcast) to the show to discuss what may very well be the most famous (and infamous) wrestling match of all time: The Undertaker vs Mankind at WWE Hell in a Cell 1998, which is met mostly with abhorrence by Stephen. Also, Joey and Nick are ecstatic to discuss the Tommy Wiseau-level quality of the Matt and Jeff Hardy TNA Slammiversary contract signing video. Then, Vince McMahon shows up for another "Push 'Em!" where he's intensely met by yet ANOTHER Vince McMahon in his OWN office. Plus, Stephen tries to get everyone to like the SndLtr Google Chrome extension. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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19. Edgar Momplaisir - Cryme Tyme
This week, the boys welcome writer, producer and improviser Edgar Momplaisir (Buzzfeed, Frenemies Podcast) to the show to take a special look at the career of JTG and Shad Gaspard, collectively known as Cryme Tyme - whose antics were billed by WWE as “an attempt at SNL-style humor”, to which Stephen takes particular offense. Also, everyone examines the racial stereotypes presented throughout their run and especially dissects an infamous RAW in-ring segment featuring a George W. Bush impersonator. Then, Joey and Nick further break down the use and misuse of comedy in wrestling, especially the execution of it on WWE TV. Plus, Nick tries to make #MalcolmSnackwell happen and Stephen tries to get everyone to love Sam Cooke’s Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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18. Mike Roe - Chris Benoit vs Triple H vs Shawn Michaels for the World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania XX
In this week’s episode, the boys welcome comedian and former Pro Wrestling Torch writer Mike Roe (89.3 KPCC) to the show to discuss the iconic triple threat World Heavyweight Championship match from WrestleMania XX between Chris Benoit, Triple H and Shawn Michaels. Joey and Nick also use the opportunity to fill in the blanks for Stephen regarding the real life Benoit family murder/suicide tragedy, and the surreal backdrop of the scripted Mr. McMahon death angle that was happening on WWE television at the same time, which further blurred the lines between kayfabe and reality forever. Then, Joey reads off fake OR real headlines in a game called “Dirt Sheets!” Plus, Stephen tries to get everyone to like Breathe Right nasal strips. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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17. Rachel Evans -The Bullet Club (AJ Styles & Kenny Omega) vs. CHAOS (Shinsuke Nakamura & Yoshi-Hashi) from NJPW New Year Dash 2016
This week, the boys welcome Rachel Evans (AfterBuzzTV, CreepShow Comedy, Snarled) to the show to discuss The Bullet Club (AJ Styles & Kenny Omega) vs. CHAOS (Shinsuke Nakamura & Yoshi-Hashi) from NJPW’s New Year Dash 2016 event. Also, Joey and Nick show Stephen the “World's Largest Food Fight” from this past July 4th edition of RAW which, as usual, highlights how truly delightful Kevin Owens is. Then, Vincent Kennedy McMahon himself stops in to discuss business and talk wrestler pushes in a segment called “Push 'Em”! Plus, Stephen tries to convince everyone to love the Roomba after his old one got all clogged up with dog shit. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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16. Janel Santa Cruz - The 2016 Royal Rumble Match
This week, the boys welcome Janel SantaCruz (Key & Peele, The Midnight Show, Twitch.tv) to the show to discuss the entire 2016 Royal Rumble match - a thing that Stephen actually had to sit through - and how it has affected current WWE storylines. Joey, Nick and Janel also declare their mutual love for the endlessly entertaining Kevin Owens + they talk The Wyatts, Chris Jericho, the debut of AJ Styles and more. Then, everyone, including Stephen vents about the booking of (“the”) guy Roman Reigns after watching a video compilation featuring questionably scripted and delivered promos. Plus, Stephen tries to get everyone to like the movie “Swiss Army Man”. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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15. Ryan Nemeth - Kana vs. Serena from SMASH.17 + Dolph Ziggler’s Money In The Bank Cash-In 2013
This week, the (honorary Cream)boys welcome wrestler Ryan Nemeth (Former NXT/FCW Superstar Briley Pierce, Author of “Hardbody: How to Be One”, Fitness celebrity) to the show to discuss the excellent 2011 match-up between Kana and Serena from SMASH.17. But that’s not all: Ryan also brings the inside scoop on his brother Dolph Ziggler’s incredible Money in the Bank briefcase cash-in to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Alberto Del Rio on Monday Night Raw in 2013. Plus, backstage politics talk! Then, Nick reveals he’s a wise 70-year-old man with bad knees while Joey waxes nostalgic about the time he speared Ryan and got superkicked by Dolph in one night at UCB. Also, Stephen cuts another promo and tries to get everyone to like kettlebells. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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14. Leroy Patterson - The Mass Transit Incident + Leroy vs. Carnage: Lighttube Deathmatch at SCCW Supercard 2005
In our most controversial episode yet, the boys welcome Leroy Patterson (Freakshow Wrestling, America’s Got Talent) to the show to talk all about the one video that Stephen absolutely REFUSED to watch: the infamous 1996 accident from ECW known as the “Mass Transit Incident” in which an untrained non-wrestler lied his way into a brutal match against New Jack and then accidentally got arteries in his head sliced open. We also talk about Leroy’s 2005 Lighttube Deathmatch vs Carnage from SCCW. Plus, Joey geeks out when Leroy reveals himself to be XPW’s Ring Crew Guy (RCG). Then, Nick calls Stephen a genuine creep for flying his drone all over Muncie, Indiana. (WARNING: THIS EPISODE’S VIDEO CLIPS ARE EXTREMELY GRAPHIC!) For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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13. Shane Hartline - Ricochet vs. Will Ospreay from NJPW Best of the Super Juniors XXIII (5/27/16)
This week, guest Shane Hartline (Rock of Ages, Jimmy Kimmel Live) joins the boys to discuss a recent match that caused quite a stir in the world of professional wrestling: the highly acrobatic face-off between Ricochet and Will Ospreay at NJPW’s Best of the Super Juniors XXIII. Shane also discusses his previous life as a young pro wrestler and how it led him to comedy. Plus, Joey and Nick show Stephen the classic “Paid for by the NWO” promos from WCW. Then, Stephen pays tribute to boxing legend, the late Muhammad Ali. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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12. Amanda Meadows - The New Day! [Remastered]
This week, the boys welcome Amanda Meadows (The Devastator Press, “We Don’t Think You’re Racist”) to discuss the endlessly entertaining trio of Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston and Big E: The New Day! Joey and Nick gush about how “Booty” they think the New Day ISN’T, thanks much in part to the group’s charisma and how over Francesca the Trombone is. Also, Stephen tries to convince everyone to love Kombucha. Amanda and Joey enjoy it, but Nick is beside himself and rages because he thinks Kombucha is “bullshit”. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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11. Gene Augusto - The Lita/Kane Saga [Remastered]
In this week’s episode, the boys welcome their good friend Gene Augusto (Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre) to the show to discuss WWE’s entire dramatic Lita/Kane saga. The storyline, which spanned the better part of 2 years, and also involved Trish Stratus, Matt Hardy, Edge and the infamous Gene Snitsky. Stephen has particularly strong opinions about Snitsky kicking a baby. Joey and Nick can’t stop adding more videos to the episode but they claim it’s “not their fault.” Also, Stephen tries to convince everyone to like a rather sobering “The Fallen of World War II” infographic video, which is both informative and depressing. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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10. Willy Roberts - Prince Puma vs. Cage from Lucha Underground 1/28/15
In our 10th episode, Joey and Nick enlist the help of the delightful Willy Roberts (WWE Swerved, Community, Channel 101) to discuss an excellent Prince Puma vs Cage match from season 1 of Lucha Underground, a promotion which Stephen has admitted in the past to almost actually sorta kinda liking in a way. Then, the boys dissect the commitment shown by the performers and the crowd during the popular “Slow Motion Sequence” in the 10-man Tag Match from PWG’s Battle of Los Angeles 2014. Also, Stephen attempts to convince everyone to like the LineLearner app, while also indirectly but fruitfully exposing one of Nick’s biggest on-stage line flubs in the process thanks to documented video proof. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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9. Jason Wayne Christian - Danshoku Dino & Yoshihiko vs Golden Lovers (Kenny Omega & Kota Ibushi) from DDT Max Bump 2009 for the KO-D Tag Team Titles
In perhaps the most heated episode of YSLW yet, Joey and Nick bring in wrestling fanatic Jason Wayne Christian (Angie Tribeca, You’re The Worst) to discuss the DDT Max Bump 2009 Tag Title match pitting Golden Lovers (Kenny Omega & Kota Ibushi) against Danshoku Dino & Yoshihiko, a blow-up doll, which makes Stephen completely irate. Jason discusses his time job shadowing Harley Race (for one day). Then, the boys watch Dusty Rhodes’ legendary “Hard Times” promo. Also, Stephen tries to get everyone to love meditation with Calm.com, which Joey loves and Nick is having absolutely none of. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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Bonus 8. Wrestler Entrances
In this Bonus episode, Joey & Nick had Stephen watch a bunch of wrestling entrance videos in an effort to convince him how theme songs, pyrotechnics, spectacle and energy automatically affect the mood of a match; and Stephen’s favorite MAY shock you! Also, the boys somehow find themselves wandering down a rabbit hole where they argue about army fatigues, pleated khakis and the “official” colors of KKK uniforms. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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8. Sam Brown - The 1992 Royal Rumble Match
This week, the boys welcome their pal Sam Brown (The Whitest Kids U’Know, WWE Swerved) to discuss his favorite match of all time: the 1992 Royal Rumble Match. Stephen gives everyone his impassioned thoughts on Ric Flair’s cartoonishness and dad bod physique while agonizing over why in the hell it’s so hard to simply throw someone over the top rope. Then, Joey and Nick present the infamous “Vader’s White Castle of Fear” segment from WCW. Plus, everyone reveals their hypothetical finishing moves and Stephen tries to convince everyone to love running marathons. It’s also established that Joey is 7 feet tall, which is fun. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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Bonus 7. RequestleMania - Fan Requested Matches!
In this very special Bonus episode, the boys decide to give back to the fans by watching two fan requested matches from social media… it’s REQUESTLEMANIA! Joey, Nick and Stephen discuss the exciting Jeff Hardy vs The Undertaker Ladder Match from Raw in 2002; followed by the comparatively lo-fi 2014 PWG bout pitting the World’s Cutest Tag Team (Candice LeRae & Joey Ryan) against The Young Bucks in Guerilla Warfare. Plus, everyone has to suffer through a couple of minutes of Jeff Hardy’s band Peroxwhy?gen. For full show notes, including links to watch matches, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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7. Ify Nwadiwe - Shawn Michaels vs. The Undertaker Casket Match from Royal Rumble 1998 for the WWF Championship
In this week’s episode, Ify Nwadiwe (@Midnight, White Women) joins the boys to discuss one of his favorite and also most traumatizing matches: Shawn Michaels vs. The Undertaker from the 1998 Royal Rumble for the WWF Championship. What does Stephen think of this casket match between two wrestling titans? Also, Joey and Nick continue their never ending quest to convince Stephen that blood in wrestling is definitely real by showing him a definitely real clip of Ric Flair definitely bleeding. Also, Stephen tries to make everyone feel guilty for “not watching” a feminist video, which they definitely did watch. That is a bullshit description by Nick.
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Bonus 6. Lucha Underground
For this Bonus episode, Joey and Nick showed Stephen “Aztec Warfare II” from season 2 of Lucha Underground, but the conversation also quickly turns to a number of other topics including Joey Ryan’s YouPorn plex, Mae Young giving birth to a human hand and much, much more. What does Stephen think of this highly stylized, mega-produced living, breathing Wrestling comic book/TV show? What does he think of the weirdness from the other clips? Listen and find out! For Full Show Notes go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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6. Taylor Orci - Bayley vs. Sasha Banks 30 Minute Iron Man Match from NXT Takeover Respect
Joey and Nick enlist the help of Taylor Orci (Comedy Central’s Broken People, Fox ADHD’s Golan the Insatiable) to help open Stephen’s eyes to the world of Women’s wrestling by watching the groundbreaking Bayley vs. Sasha Banks 30 Minute Iron Man Match from NXT Takeover Respect. What does everyone think of a Women’s match headlining a special event for the first time in WWE history? Also, Stephen gives his thoughts on Medusa dumping the Women’s title belt in the garbage on Nitro and then desperately tries to go for the cheap pop by guilting everyone into liking a No Kill Animal Shelter. For Full Show Notes go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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Bonus 5. Damien Sandow (Now Aron Rex)
In another bonus episode, the boys watch and discuss some clips from former WWE World Tag Team Champion & Money in the Bank winner Damien Sandow’s career. Joey and Nick are certainly in the corner of this highly underrated Superstar who shines in any position he’s put in - from portraying the Intellectual Savior of the Masses to his John Cena-induced slump to his rebirth as Damien Mizdow. Does Stephen think the same? Does he have an appreciation for this mishandled talent? Find out! “YOU’RE WELCOME”! For Full Show Notes go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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5. Justin Donaldson - Bret Hart vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin from Wrestlemania 13
In episode 5, the boys welcome Justin Donaldson (Uproxx, UCB's Tournament of Nerds) to discuss the legendary Bret Hart vs "Stone Cold" Steve Austin match from WrestleMania 13. What does Stephen think of the match that many consider to be the birth of the Attitude era? Does he care what that is? How much do Joey and Nick love Austin 3:16? Also, they discuss Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations, who inevitably gets mocked by a bunch of knuckleheads. For Full Show Notes go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling Follow us on Twitter @YSLWpodcast Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling/ Email us at YouShouldLoveWrestling@Gmail.com
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Bonus 4. Chyna
In our fourth bonus episode, Joey, Nick and Stephen reflect on the groundbreaking career of the late Joanie “Chyna” Laurer. In the wake of her passing, the boys highlight her time with the legendary D-Generation X, the relationship with Eddie Guerrero, her numerous firsts including being both the first woman to enter the Royal Rumble and the her reign as the first female Intercontinental Champion, plus much more. This episode is a brief overview of what made Chyna a pioneer for female wrestlers everywhere. For full show notes, go to http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/
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4. Matt Mazany - Misawa Vs Kobashi From NOAH March 3, 2003
It’s the fourth episode of You Should Love Wrestling, and the boys welcome Funny Or Die & Cascade Up’s own Matt Mazany, who brings a Japanese wrestling perspective to the show! The boys discuss Mitsuharu Misawa vs. Kenta Kobashi, a brutal 2003 encounter from the NOAH promotion. What did Stephen think of Japanese strong style? Are Nick and Joey impressed that Matt was once a white meat babyface in an Alaskan independent wrestling promotion? Also, Stephen tries to get everyone to like Peter Gabriel’s classic album So. For full show notes, visit http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/
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3. Jake Goldman - CM Punk vs. John Cena at Money In The Bank 2011
For episode three of You Should Love Wrestling, Joey and Nick bring in passionate wrestling fan and writer for The Powerpuff Girls Jake Goldman to try and convince Stephen to love wrestling by watching CM Punk vs John Cena for the WWE Championship at Money in the Bank 2011. The boys also watch CM Punk’s iconic “Pipe Bomb” worked shoot promo and discuss the layers of reality and kayfabe. Everyone tries to guess the rotten tomatoes score for the WWE Studios Triple H vehicle The Chaperone. Also, Stephen tries to convince everyone to love Lenny & Larry’s Complete Cookie, a vegan product which Nick will have no part of.
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Bonus 2. WrestleMania 32
In this Bonus episode, Stephen continues to watch way too much wrestling over an excruciating WrestleMania 32 weekend by attending a party at Joey & Nick’s place to watch (most) of the showcase of the immortals. What did Stephen think of Shane McMahon taking a dive off of the Hell in a Cell? Is The Rock’s flamethrower his favorite thing now? Is he the biggest Roman Reigns mark on the planet? Find out! Also, the boys answer another fan question. And, Joey, Stephen and Nick announce their “Flair Chop Our Way to the front page” review drive. For full show notes, go to Boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling
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2. Kerry O'Neill - The Rock Vs. Stone Cold Wrestlemania 17
In the second episode of You Should Love Wrestling, Joey and Nick enlist the help of guest Kerry O’Neill (Upright Citizens Brigade) to try and convince Stephen to appreciate a clash that many consider to be the culmination of the Attitude era: The Rock vs “Stone Cold” Steve Austin at WrestleMania 17 for the WWF Championship. Will Stephen be persuaded by this bout between the two biggest stars of all time? And will he be able to get through an entire game of “Guess The Gimmick” based on the names of wrestlers alone? Also, Stephen tries to get Nick, Joey and Kerry to love South By Southwest. For full show notes, go to BoardwalkAudio.com/YouShouldLoveWrestling
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Bonus 1. NXT TakeOver Dallas 2016
For this Bonus episode, Nick, Joey, and yes, even Stephen went to a party to watch NXT TakeOver: Dallas. Listen to what the boys thought of American Alpha topping The Revival and Austin Aries taking on Baron Corbin. What did Stephen think of being stuffed in a room full of 30 people, all losing their minds over Shinsuke Nakamura’s NXT debut against Sami Zayn? Plus, Asuka vs Bayley for the NXT Women’s Championship Title, and Finn Balor vs Samoa Joe for the NXT Championship. This TakeOver was so good, Joey was actually sad that he had to leave early to go on a date. We even take an audience question! For full show notes, visit http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/
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1. Joey Clift, Nick Gligor, Stephen Perlstein - Hulk Hogan vs Andre the Giant Wrestlemania 3
In the first episode of You Should Love Wrestling Joey and Nick try to convince Stephen to love wrestling by showing him one of the greatest matches of all time in wrestling, Wrestlmania III Hulk Hogan vs. Andre The Giant. And to keep Hulkamaniacs happy out there, the guys watch one of Hulk Hogan's promos for Wrestlemania IV. Stephen tries to convince Nick and Joey to read John Steinbeck's East of Eden. For show notes, visit http://boardwalkaudio.com/youshouldlovewrestling/
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0: Theme Song
In the first episode of You Should Love Wrestling Joey and Nick try to convince Stephen to love wrestling by showing him one of the greatest matches of all time in wrestling, Wrestlmania III Hulk Hogan vs. Andre The Giant. And to keep Hulkamaniacs happy out there, the guys watch one of Hulk Hogan's promos for Wrestlemania IV. Stephen tries to convince Nick and Joey to read John Steinbeck's East of Eden.
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