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We Talk Wrestling May 4, 2014: Daniel Slays The Demon

(Explicit Content) Addie and Mo are back to talk the 2014 WWE Extreme Rules Special Event. They look at all the matches and give their thoughts on them and where they see WWE going. Subscribe on iTunes to We Talk Wrestling NEW FEED HERE Download (Duration: 40:51 — 18.7MB) | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android […]

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 […]
on April 13, 2014

Live Audio Commentary : 1994 in the WWF with Sean Waltman

It’s We Talk Wrestling with Addie and Mo giving Live audio commentary as they watch, talk, eat, drink, burp, fart and scratch as Sean Waltman recalls his memories of 1994 in the WWF Live Audio Commentary : 1994 in the WWF with Sean Waltman.MP3 (Warning Explicit Content) Download (Duration: 2:17:22 — 62.9MB) | EmbedSubscribe: […]

Why I Want Ryback To Fail

Looking at the title of this blog I’m sure most will just assume that I hate Ryback going in, but that’s not quite right. As a performer it’s true I don’t think much of him, and as a person obviously I don’t know him at all. So I do want it understood going forward this […]
on November 25, 2012

Better Worker – Hulk Hogan or John Cena

Welcome to another new semi regular We Talk Wrestling Blog called Better Worker where we categorize and try to figure out who’s the better in ring performer between 2 superstars. In this inaugural edition we have the man with all the Hulkamaniacs in Hulk Hogan vs the leader of the Cenation in John Cena. Let’s […]
on May 22, 2012

Those Who Do Not Learn From History…

I grew up a wrestling fan in the 1980’s, during the height of Hulkamania. I rode the wave of wrestling popularity until it came to an abrupt halt in 1992. Suddenly I found that no one wanted to talk wrestling with me, it wasn’t “cool” anymore. I chose to trudge on, silently, watching such stars […]

Why Ryback Seems Unlikely To Be The Next Goldberg

                A few weeks back after the debut of Ryback I joked that he was Brock Lesnar, and I wasn’t too far off.   As Addie and I sat watching Extreme Rules Ryback made his way down to the ring in an unadvertised match against two jobbers and […]