The one in which Ted Flint was joined by Jason Mitchell to preview AEW’s Revolution. With a special appearance from Ted’s son.
The one in which Ted Flint was joined by Jason Mitchell to talk about AEW’s upcoming PPV ALL OUT. With a special appearance from Ted’s son breaking down his five favorite wrestlers.
This week was supposed to be AEW’s version of War Games, the wonderfully titled “Blood & Guts.” Because of the coronavirus pandemic, that has understandably and unfortunately been delayed. Tony Kahn issued a statement explaining […]
Let’s start with the obvious: Things are massively screwed up right about now. With the Coronavirus sweeping across the globe, events the world over have been cancelled. Of course, that’s the least of our concerns, […]
With AEW Revolution now in the rearview, I found myself very curious as to the direction AEW would go now. The matches and feuds at Revolution had been meticulously built for months. To continue them […]
Coming off of three straight excellent shows, this week’s Dynamite had the unenviable task of delivering a knock-out go-home show, especially given that last week’s show was so great and felt like a perfect lead-in […]
1984 Mid-South Wrestling is considered by many to be some of the best episodic wrestling television ever produced. Available on the WWE Network, 1984 Mid-South still holds up excellently even today, nearly 40 years later. […]
I gushed over last week’s Dynamite episode and rightly so. The storytelling was top-notch, giving fans some wrestling meat to sink their teeth into. This week, the build towards Revolution, now just a couple of […]
When I started writing about AEW and Dynamite specifically, I didn’t really just want to write another recap of a wrestling show. There’s plenty of those. I’m a lot more interested in what makes a […]
With a month before AEW’s next pay-per-view, I’ve sort of had to recondition myself as a fan. For so long, wrestling fans have been treated to, like clockwork, a major show every month, allowing for […]