The Wrestling Insomniac has released 89 episodes since launching on Jul 07, 2017
In this Thanksgiving overstuffed episode of Podcast of 1,000 Holds, Mike sits down with Aaron and Ronnie as the guys try to hold their tongues about WWE Survivor Series while they praise NXT Takeover Toronto. Is the state of NXT in flux? Each has their own thoughts of if it is or not? What was the match of the weekend? What was the lamest match of the weekend? Tune in and find out and have a happy and safe Thanksgiving weekend. Thanks for listening and follow us on Twitter @aaronsbell, @superstarml, @ronbarl316 @1000holdspod Also check out our new Facebook Group to join in on the fun! Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and subscribe on iTunes and leave a review.
In this episode of Podcast of 1,000 Holds, Mike sits down with Aaron as Ronnie calls in from the road. As the three talk about Raw and Smackdown 900 Live, it is apparent that Aaron is angry in the current direction of how some wrestlers are used, or not used in this case. NXT Takeover and Survivor Series are this weekend and the guys give and discuss their thoughts on what they think we might see before the weekends out. What’s happening outside the world of WWE? The guys talk about that as well.
Thanks for listening and follow us on Twitter @aaronsbell, @superstarml, @ronbarl316 @1000holdspod. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and subscribe on iTunes and leave a review.
Ronnie (@ronbar316) was injured before coming through the curtains, so Mike (@superstarml) and Aaron (@aaronsbell) had to pick up the slack this week. They talk all things WWE for the past week (and more), hitting all the tough topics - is Charlotte the best performer on the roster? Are the champions being booked as strong as they can be? Why do they go off on a tangent about Skinner and This Tuesday in Texas? seriously, i don't remember how we got on that subject. Thank you for listening, if you want to tweet the show directly, you can @1000holdspod. be sure to leave an itunes review.
In a bonus zero episode of Podcast of 1,000 Holds, Mike sits down with New England wrestling stand-out "All Good" Anthony Greene for a casual conversation about, what else, professional wrestling! We talk about Greene's earliest memories of wrestling, starting as a referee before transitioning into the ring, and a lot more. Greene also sets the record straight on the first time Mike actually saw him in the ring.
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