Found March 31, 2013 on
Pro Wrestling Radio:
This episode of Pro Wrestling Radio goes back to April 05, 2003. Playing into the theme of March Madness and the Sweet 16 tournament, I offered callers the chance to participate in the WWE champions tournament.
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WrestleMania XIX was a mirage in the desert that was WWE in 2003. The drastic changes in Vince McMahon's cash cow going into 2003 were rather alarming. Once a self-assured, well-booked company was now a mostly depressing product, centered around developmental stars that made no head way.
WrestleMania X8 will always be remembered for that Hogan vs. Rock classic. It's a good thing to look back on with fondness and a twinkle in your eye, as fans of all ages were reduced to their pre-pubescent selves watching it. Wrestling became real again for over twenty minutes.
TNA Impact is in Jonesboro, Arkansas this week, and man, these shows have been total throw-away lately. Not good, especially when this is the beginning of TNA being on the road full time.
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Join your hosts of WrestleChat Radio Jonathan Ragus, Brett Clendaniel and Jim Williams will be joined by WWE Legend George “The Animal” Steele to talk his legendary wrestling career, the current state of professional wrestling, what he’s been doing since he’s been away...