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PWTorch Dailycast features a line-up of seven weekly shows, with a new episode on each day of the week with a different focus. The lineup currently features shows dedicated to NXT, ROH, AEW, MLW, and Impact Wrestling, plus MMATalk for Pro Wrestling Fans, Wrestling Night in America covering pro wrestling's biggest events including our post-WWE PPV live call-in post-shows, and a weekly Deep Dive on a single topic.
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On this week's edition of MMA Talk for Pro Wrestling Fans, Robert Vallejos and Rick Monsey review the most recent UFC Fight Night from Las Vegas. They discuss the decline of Donald Cerrone. They preview UFC 262. They recap a very noteworthy Bellator 258. Rick gives his report on Canelo vs. Saunders. They go to the email corner and discuss the PFL and the status of Michelle Waterson. The show closes with Rick discussing his binge of "Dark Side of the Ring."
In this episode of Wrestling Night in America, PWTorch columnist Greg Parks is joined by PWTorch.com contributor Brandon LeClair for a full match-by-match preview of WWE WrestleMania Backlash. They also answer emails and caller questions on Daniel Bryan's future, AEW's dangerous spots, potential NXT call-ups, and more.
This week, PWTorch Contributor Dan Kuester returns to do a live watch of the Brian Pillman "Dark Side of the Ring" first hour, made possible via the Vice YouTube channel. Rich and Dan discuss their thoughts on the biography, the genius of Kim Wood, the strength of Linda Pillman, and what brought both Rich and Dan to the Pillman experience as it was happening.
Mike and Andrew begin this week's show talking about the Blood and Guts match, and how the whole thing played out. From there, they discuss Daniel Bryan's situation, and what's going to happen with him. Then they get to the mailbag! For next week's show, email us at alleliteaftershow@gmail.com.
This week’s “Best of PWTorch Livecast” jumps back five years to a double-header of Pat McNeill interviews. The first, which aired live on May 4, 2016, features ex-WCW wrestler Scott Riggs. The second aired live on May 7 with current WWE wrestler Drew Gulak.
Kelly Wells, Tom Stoup, and Nate Lindberg cover the women's main event street fight, Leon Ruff vs. Isaiah Scott in a falls count anywhere match, Sarray's indifference, and more.
On this week's edition of MMA Talk for Pro Wrestling Fans, Robert Vallejos and Rick Monsey review Jiří Procházka's spectacular KO over Dominick Reyes. They take a quick look at the upcoming UFC card while discussing Diego Sanchez's departure from the UFC. They lament the fact that Yoel Romero was forced to withdraw from his upcoming fight with Anthony Johnson. They take an email and discuss the current state of the PFL. The show closes with Rick discussing the latest happenings in the world of boxing.
In this episode of Wrestling Night in America, PWTorch columnist Greg Parks is joined by PWTorch.com contributor Nate Lindberg to talk the big events in pro wrestling, including AEW Blood & Guts, WWE WrestleMania Backlash, Finn Balor's return to NXT, Daniel Bryan losing to Roman Reigns Friday on Smackdown, and more.
This week, Rich hosts D.M. Stevens, a referee on the indy scene based out of New Jersey that hosts the Open Mic Wrestling Night podcast. D.M. talks about his mother's role in his wrestling fandom, his love of Vegas, how esports expanded his horizons, and the challenge of refereeing MMA/Boxing vs. Wrestling. D.M. concludes with an announcement of his latest upcoming guest - Alex Kane!Follow DM on Twitter: @refdmstevens
This week’s “Best of PWTorch Livecast” jumps back five years to the May 1, 2016 episode of the PWTorch Livecast. PWTorch assistant editor James Caldwell and PWTorch columnist Greg Parks host the Payback PPV Post-Game Show with live calls and emails breaking down a claimed “New Era” for WWE with Roman Reigns vs. A.J. Styles in the main event, plus Chris Jericho vs. Dean Ambrose, Charlotte vs. Natalya, Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn, Miz vs. Cesaro, and more.
Mike and Andrew begin this week's show talking about the upcoming Blood and Guts match. From there, they enter a lengthy discussion on Turner Broadcasting reaching an agreement with the National Hockey League, and how it might affect AEW's role on the network moving forward. After that, they empty out the mailbag. For next week's show, email us at alleliteaftershow@gmail.com.
“Time to Make Amends.” This week, Emily Fear, Val Quartz, and JR Harris were all live in Pittsburgh at MV Young’s PolyAm Cult Party 3. Plus, Harley R. Pageot and Mayydayy discuss Purrazzo-Dashwood, the Knockouts tag titles, and the return of Taylor Wilde at Impact’s Rebellion PPV.
Nate Lindberg, Kevin Cattani, and Bruce Hazelwood discuss Kai vs. Martinez, Storm vs. Ramier, Reed vs. Theory, Imperium vs. Dain & Maverick, Legado vs. MSK & Kushida, The Hartwell/Lumis love story, LA Knight and Swerve’s promo abilities, a Million Dollar cameo, more.
On this week's edition of MMA Talk for Pro Wrestling Fans, Robert Vallejos and Rick Monsey review every fight from a loaded UFC 261 card. They give a very brief preview of the UFC's upcoming card, headlined by Dominick Reyes and Jiří Procházka. They have a quick conversation about John Lineker's recent victory in ONE Championship. The show closes with Robert and Rick giving an expanded review of the newly released "Mortal Kombat" film.
In this episode of Wrestling Night in America, PWTorch columnist Greg Parks breaks down, with callers and emailers, the Impact Wrestling Rebellion PPV. Much of the discussion is centered around the Rich Swann vs. Kenny Omega main event. Other topics include the Knockouts tag titles, Mauro Ranallo's announcing, the Impact/AEW relationship, and more.
This week, a live call-in edition of The Deep Dive features two guests; first, Kylin from NJ talks the recent personnel moves in WWE, and then Will Cooling returns to talk about the current BritWres scene regarding the recent report, backlash, and the willingness (or lack thereof) to make changes. Finally, after a great return call by Boris from Chicago, Will and Rich talk Super League and how its failure reflected the avarice of the American owners in the EPL, and how they should learn from it.
Mike and Andrew begin this week's show talking about last week's WWE releases and who might be a target for AEW now or in the future. From there, they move on to listener emails, which hit on a variety of topics. They close the show with more thoughts on Tony Khan, Vince McMahon, and WWE. For next week's show, email us at alleliteaftershow@gmail.com.
This week’s “Best of PWTorch Livecast” jumps back five years to the April 22, 2016 episode of the PWTorch Livecast. PWTorch contributor Jim Valley hosts the “Saturday Morning Wrestling” Livecast Episode #12 fresh off a trip to Cauliflower Alley Club in Las Vegas. Included is an interview with legendary announcer Lance Russell in one of his final interviews before his death the next year. The show starts with nostalgia talk and live calls.
“All of My Friends Moved In With Me.” This week, Emily Fear and Megan Nielsen chat with veteran wrestler Dark Sheik about the 18+ antics of her promotion Hoodslam, founding the Church of Wrestling, and limitations imposed on female wrestlers. Plus, Meg Fair and JR Harris analyze bad wrestler tattoos.
Kelly Wells and Tom Stoup cover Kyle O'Reilly's changing persona, Sarray's debut against Zoey Stark, changes in the women's division, and more.
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Michael Bacsardi

way too many commercials. i couldn't make it through

Sep 4th
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Kamaras Krisztian

wow..the riho match a bit overpriced..they were FINE. nothing more,nothing less. riho herself shouldnt be on this stage because she is just not good enough. her opponent was fine but she is nothing special either.when you glorify mediocriity you doing a real disservice .

Oct 7th
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Christopher C. Quevedo

The one podcaster should make the effort to pronounce Cejudo's last name correctly. The 'j' is an 'h' sound not a 'g'. If his job is literally to talk, he could make a basic effort to pronounce correctly. The other host does. It sounds ignorant as literally NO media or UFC programming says 'Cegudo'. It makes this guy sound ignorant and oblivious to his mispronunciation.

Jun 13th
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iTunes User

I like that they make the effort to put out daily shows and they do provide some good insider info. Unfortunately, the hosts spend far too much time complaining about and bashing the state of wrestling today. That is not what I want to listen to a wrestling show for.

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

If you like Wrestling you should probably subscribe to this podcast. It features the most influential journalists in the sport taking live calls and analysing the news.

Aug 30th
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