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The Ultimate Warrior Character, and Warrior the man

We Talk Wrestling April 13, 2014: Warrior – The Ultimate Retrospective

(Explicit Content) Warrior – On April 8th 2014 one of the most memorable figures in the history of sports entertainment passed away just days after his triumphant return to the WWE. A complicated man who polarized many with his antics and views but never the less managed to inspire legions of fans and an entire […]
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on April 13, 2014

Bigger Douche – Hulk Hogan vs Shawn Michaels

It’s been a while since we’ve had one of our comparison columns where we look at promos, workrate, or in this case douchi-ness. It’s topical given the release of RAW’s biggest writing douche, Brian Gewertz, and hell I’m in a bad mood anyway so why not look at who the bigger prick has been in […]
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The Best Wrestlers To Never Be World Champion

  I was recently watching some wrestling from the past online (any listeners to our podcast will be shocked!) and Jim Ross put over that fact that, at the time, Rob Van Dam was the best wrestler to never have won the world title. As well all know, Rob would win the title at the […]
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My RAW 1000 Wish List

We are on the eve of the most promoted Monday Night RAW show that WWE has done in a long time, RAW 1000. RAW has been filled with good moments (Canada vs USA in 1997) and some horrible moments (Katie Vick) over the years but, despite it all, lasting 1000 episodes is a milestone that WWE should absolutely be […]
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Comparing WWE 2012 to WWF 1995

Recently on our We Talk Wrestling podcast I compared TNA Impact of 2012 to the early days of WCW Monday Nitro. I did this to point out that, while there were no breakout angles, Nitro felt like a fresh alternative show to the stagnant Monday Night RAW. Fast forward 17 years later and Impact is […]
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A Look Back At In Your House Canadian Stampede

It’s hard to believe but this week, July 6th more specifically, marks the 14th anniversary of WWF’s (yes that’s not a typo) In Your House: Canadian Stampede Pay Per View. This show is still considered one of the best top to bottom cards that the WWF/E has ever put on. In fact it was the […]
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