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TV Zombie
Sep 6, 2011

*Cues Saint Agnes and the Burning Train*


Dinosaur Gum

The last thread reached around 1000 pages and a lot has changed since the original thread with everyone and their mother seems to have created a wrestling podcast.

Here is an evergrowing list of podcasts that you can listen for your wrestlegraps needs! This is not a recommendation of podcasts to listen to but rather a ill-conceived catch most list for wrestling podcasts that you can listen to...whether you do listen to any listed, is at your own discretion.

Wrestling Observer/Figure Four-subscribers get 3 Meltzer Podcasts a week, plus more if there's a UFC or a WWE show. Also you get the very funny Bryan and Vinny show that reviews current and old wrestling which is actually good unlike most "2 people watch old wresting" shows. If you factor in getting to read the Observer every week it's probably worth it just for the 3 Meltzer podcasts and everything else is just gravy but there are some people that listen to them all.

Live Audio Wrestling- It's a Toronto-based weekly radio show that airs every Sunday on Sirius (you can also listen online). They upload the show to their website after it airs and if you listen to it this way they also include a podcast of reviews done by a couple of their hosts. The same two hosts also do weekly reviews of raw and impact.

Art of Wrestling Weekly show hosted by indie wrestler Colt Cabana. He interviews a different person every week and it's generally pretty drat entertaining. Probably one of the first wrestlers to get into the podcasting game.

Wrestlecrap Radio

PW Torch They do something like three shows a week and they're OK, but nothing special and the website is loaded with popups

Smart Wrestling Fan A goon created podcast.

Voices of Wrestling Voices of Wrestling is a collection of podcasts talking about most things Wrestling Related from Dragon Gate stuff to WWE to NJPW.

Steve Austin
Steve Austin Clean One of the standouts back in the day as we got insights into Austin's personal life and his thoughts on things in Wresting. Now..it's not as entertaining in my opinion but hey, for those nostalgic of the Attitude Era, this could be a good listen.

Wrestling Friends with Flash Morgan Webster Started while Webster was injured, the conversational style of interviews Flash gets is pretty interesting.

Edge & Christian Pod of Awesomeness Edge and Christian have an easy rapport with each other and it leads to a fun podcast with good interviews. Can't really sell it well but if you need to waste one or two hours listening to two friends shoot the poo poo, you could do worse than this.

Jim Cornette Experience Old man yells at cloud show. But also, Old man ran Smoky Mountain and worked JCP/WCW and Mid South. Worth listening to when he talks about those things and not when he talks about literally anything else. If you want to know exactly how tough the driving was in Mid-South during the heyday and how often you slept in your own bed and how much you made and whether it was smart fly to Oklahoma then this is your show.

Jim Cornettes Drive Thru Jim Cornette only covering questions about classic wrestling!

Talk is Jericho Current WWE wrestler and frontman of rock band Fozzy, Chris Jericho interviews a wide range of guests, including current and former wrestlers, musicians, and so on. You can easily skip the first 10 minutes or so where he shills whatever his sponsor of the week is and also the latest Fozzy record. Despite being a WWE wrestler, they don't seem to have much oversight on who he invites or what they talk about, which is a good thing.

Wrestling Soup A podcast that has interviewed the porn actor that hosed Sunny, and gave a book report on the Ryback self-help manifesto. If you like to hear wrestling nerds make fun of other wrestling nerds this may be worth a look.

6:05 Superpodcast A podcast about classic pro wrestling hosted by The Great Brian Last.

Cheap Heat WWE part-time employee and WWE Kissass Peter Rosenberg and his friend Stat Guy Greg go over the week's wrestling events, largely from the fan perspective. Rosenberg's inside access occasionally grants them interviews or some additional info on goings-on, but for the most part, they just talk about the week.

The Masked Man Show Prior to the closure of ESPN's Grantland, longtime wrestling writer David Shoemaker was also on Cheap Heat. Following the creation of The Ringer, and a move out west, Shoemaker started his own podcast. It's pretty much the same kind of thing as Cheap Heat, but without anyone working for WWE.

We Watch Wrestling Three comedians talk about wrestling, are genuinely enthusiastic about it. One is a former WWE writer. They talk mainly about WWE, NJPW and way too much about PWG. Also features the best Vince impression out there. Comes out Wednesdays.

The Attitude Era Podcast Two Brits and an Irish guy recap old WWE PPVs. They're pretty funny.

Music of the Mat Two guys follow the evolution of themes and how they follow the evolution of the character, and stuff like that. If you're looking for a sample, I recommend the Undertaker episode.

Blind Tag A funny podcast featuring bad opinions from someone who is constantly baffled by the WWE.

Open the Voice Gate Getting people mad while talking about Dragon Gate.

Tights and Fights A mainly WWE podcast though Danielle will try to push Lucha Underground and Total Divas on the other two hosts.

Marty and Sarah Love Wrestling Marty and Sarah Love Wrestling on the MLW network is pretty fun and has a refreshingly different format than "wheezing shut-ins talk for 3+ hours". It's basically like Comedy Bang Bang but about wrestling.

Facelock Feministas Anyway, Facelock Feministas is well worth recommending you are interested in UK Wrestling. Both hosts are American but they in the last year became converts to that scene and are pretty much the face of US Progress. Very intelligent and articulate analysis of Pro Wrestling by two underrepresented voices.
https://twitter.com/FacelockFemmes

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Pritchard Something to Wrestle has a ton of information and interesting tidbits from somebody who was in the WWE for years, even though sometimes I get the feeling Prichard is completely full of poo poo. (What Happened When is okay, but you can tell Tony wasn't nearly as involved in decision making that Prichard was.)

Solomonster Sounds Off Apparently, this podcast is just...good?

Virtual Pros A pro wrestling show for "real people", Al & Mike are fans who come from the VHS tape trading era. They love Japanese wrestling merch and indie wrestling road trips, they hate most Internet Wrestling Fans, but they design some pretty sweet t-shirts. Every week, they talk the wrestling world, their own likes and dislikes, and the latest additions to the VRTLPROS Mixtape, an ongoing playlist on YouTube of random matches, weird wrestling ephemera, and YouTube shooters.
Virtual Pros Store:http://vrtlpros.bigcartel.com/

The Rough House Podcast Justin is the host of a major market morning radio show. Christoff is the ex production guy at the same station, who had to abandon his dreams of broadcasting. Together, they tear apart the world of wrestling every week, but usually end up complaining about their lives in incredibly filthy ways.

POLLOCK AND WAI

The Strap A Goon Created Podcast. Feedback is appreciated!

VODCASTS
Sidewalk Slam! Graham Stark and Adam Savidan of sketch comedy troupe LoadingReadyRun talk about WWE narrative and run through PPVs, attempting to be positive.

OSW Review 3 irishmen chronologically critique wrestling storylines or eras, PPV by PPV. Disliked by some for percieved racism and sexism, they nevertheless have high production values, and a legion of fans allowing them to do this full time!

Nobodies Watching Wrestling Drag Queens reviewing wrestling. Questionable wrestling knowledge, high weave knowledge. If you want a sassy look at wrestling where the fashion is as important as the finishes, look no further! It's a duo of Drag Queens and their wrestling-savvy friend ranting about wrestling and it's hilarious!

If you know of any other podcasts out there, let me know and I will include it in this post.

TV Zombie fucked around with this message at Nov 2, 2017 around 13:44

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TV Zombie
Sep 6, 2011

*Cues Saint Agnes and the Burning Train*


Dinosaur Gum

I'm sorry for being poo poo at linking. I will fix the links later.

RacistGuidingLight
Apr 5, 2009

I will wipe away all tears from your eyes. There shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, there shall be no more pain. All these things are passed away.


I'm gonna whoop your rear end, op.

beggar
Mar 6, 2008

Smoking Makes You Impotent


Fallen Rib

Wrestling Soup, mother fuckers.

description edit: A podcast that has interviewed the porn actor that hosed Sunny, and gave a book report on the Ryback self-help manifesto. If you like to hear wrestling nerds make fun of other wrestling nerds this may be worth a look.

beggar fucked around with this message at Oct 29, 2017 around 15:56

algebra testes
Mar 5, 2011



Lipstick Apathy

poo poo post indeed.

efc I'll rewrite the observer one so it's not 6 years old

quote:

Wrestling Observer/Figure Four- subscribers get 3 Meltzer Podcasts a week, plus more if there's a UFC or a WWE show. Also you get the very funny Bryan and Vinny show that reviews current and old wrestling which is actually good unlike most "2 people watch old wresting" shows. If you factor in getting to read the Observer every week it's probably worth it just for the 3 Meltzer podcasts and everything else is just gravy but there are some people that listen to them all.

quote:

Jim Cornette Experience - Old man yells at cloud show. But also, Old man ran Smoky Mountain and worked JCP/WCW and Mid South. Worth listening to when he talks about those things and not when he talks about literally anything else. If you want to know exactly how tough the driving was in Mid-South during the heyday and how often you slept in your own bed and how much you made and whether it was smart fly to Oklahoma then this is your show.

algebra testes fucked around with this message at Oct 29, 2017 around 01:37

Chris James 2
Aug 9, 2012

Eater of worlds, pins, and CHICKEN


RIP Pisscast

yea ok
Jul 27, 2006

postin levels------its over 9000!!!!!!!!!


Unnecessary thread, OP, but I wish the thread luck regardless.

Jerusalem
May 20, 2004

Anybody remotely interesting is mad in some way or another.


This first page is a very good place to request/shill for wrestling podcasts/audios that you'd like to see put into the OP.

Thanks to Karmine for the old thread that lasted as long as it did.

MassRafTer
May 26, 2001

Fundamentals as sound as the WNBA


Wow I can't believe the OP doesn't include the very important and popular Monumental Podcast.

rare Magic card l00k
Jan 3, 2011

Me uni a la Revolucion #RXT


el sabe ...


MassRafTer posted:

Wow I can't believe the OP doesn't include the very important and popular Monumental Podcast.

no other podcast explores the very important topic of 'has hulkamatt ever actually watched wrestling?'

he hasn't

Suplex Liberace
Jan 18, 2012



No between the sheets no buys.

remusclaw
Dec 8, 2009


Attitude Era Poscast is good, even if it's moved on from it's namesake. I admit I also liked Kevin Sullivan's show when I listened to it, as he reminds me of a cross between Grampa Simpson and Carol Kane.

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UltimoDragonQuest
Oct 5, 2011



Dave Meltzer Selling Bears
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04OYuONWoj4

21 Hoot Salute
Feb 8, 2005

Night-time, turn around
Lonely is the city tonight
Night-time, all around
Lonely in the city tonight


Plz add Talk is Jericho to OP. He isn't as funny as he thinks he is but his wrestling guests are good and he asks some good discussion questions that bring up some good stories.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sf527KRaCEc

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Lid
Feb 18, 2005

Rap terrorist, terrorise, tear it up
Brought gas and the matches to flare it up
Militant Michael might go psycho
On any ally or rival
Born Black, that's dead on arrival
My job is to fight for survival
In spite of these #AllLivesMatter-ass white folk


Bryan vinny nwa shows are the best shows of the week

mariooncrack
Dec 27, 2008


Jim Cornette has two podcasts, the experience and the drive thru. You covered the experience but I would add in the drive thru to the OP. It's his show where he only answers questions about classic wrestling. Here's the link:

http://www.mlwradio.com/download-ji...drive-thru.html

The 6:05 Superpodcast is another podcast that only covers classic wrestling. It's hosted by Brian Last and has a myriad of co-hosts. They discuss a lot of things that you don't normally hear discussed.

http://605pod.com/

Fe Vinum
Dec 17, 2013


No Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard, The Lapsed Fan, What Happened When, Between the Sheets, or OSWReview in the OP?

Psychepath
Apr 30, 2003


Don't be fooled by the op into listening to Smart Wrestling Fan. It's absolutely terrible.

Unless you like the first 30 minutes every week being promotion of their stalled patreon, and 80% of the remaining runtime nitpicking commentary and not understanding what they're watching.

St Evan Echoes
Oct 17, 2004



Fun Shoe

I am very glad the last thread ended on Dave bragging about banging a bunch of joshi

Randaconda
Jul 3, 2014
MULTIPLE PROBATIONS FOR RAPE JOKES AND RACISM



DO NOT PROMOTE THIS WORTHLESS POSTER


Is the Drunkcast/Over the Top Radio that Ed, Craig and Cutrer did done?

exploded mummy
Sep 10, 2008

So, so you think you can tell
Heaven from hell
Blue skies from pain
Can you tell a green field
From a cold steel rail?

- Incubus



Doctor Rope



please add to OP

Endless Mike
Aug 13, 2003

Get running
Start pumping your bunions, I'm coming
I'm the dumbest, who flamethrow your function to Funyons
Flame your crew quicker than Trump fucks his youngest
Now face the flame fuckers your fame and fate's done with


Cheap Heat: WWE part-time employee Peter Rosenberg and his friend Stat Guy Greg go over the week's wrestling events, largely from the fan perspective. Rosenberg's inside access occasionally grants them interviews or some additional info on goings-on, but for the most part, they just talk about the week.

The Masked Man Show: Prior to the closure of ESPN's Grantland, longtime wrestling writer David Shoemaker was also on Cheap Heat. Following the creation of The Ringer, and a move out west, Shoemaker started his own podcast. It's pretty much the same kind of thing as Cheap Heat, but without anyone working for WWE.

Talk is Jericho: Current WWE wrestler and frontman of rock band Fozzy, Chris Jericho interviews a wide range of guests, including current and former wrestlers, musicians, and so on. You can easily skip the first 10 minutes or so where he shills whatever his sponsor of the week is and also the latest Fozzy record. Despite being a WWE wrestler, they don't seem to have much oversight on who he invites or what they talk about, which is a good thing.

exploded mummy
Sep 10, 2008

So, so you think you can tell
Heaven from hell
Blue skies from pain
Can you tell a green field
From a cold steel rail?

- Incubus



Doctor Rope

quote:

Wrestling Observer/Figure Four- subscribers get 3 Meltzer Podcasts a week, plus more if there's a UFC or a WWE show. Also you get the very funny Bryan and Vinny show that reviews current and old wrestling which is actually good unlike most "2 people watch old wresting" shows. If you factor in getting to read the Observer every week it's probably worth it just for the 3 Meltzer podcasts and everything else is just gravy but there are some people that listen to them all.

since we get this question every once in a while

Podcast schedule (schedule in Eastern time)
Wrestling Observer Radio (hosted by Bryan & Dave) - Tuesday with a Post-Raw recap, Thursday with a new Observer recap, and a weekend recap show. Plus breaking news, interviews, and PPV recaps.
Wrestling Observer Live (hosted by Bryan & Mike Sempervive) - Hour long live radio show at 3 PM ET on the weekdays and 6 PM ET on Sundays. Usually posted sometime shortly after the show
Bryan & Vinny - Monday, Wednesday (Usually retro Nitro and Raw with their old wrestling buddy Craig), and Friday (the weekly guilt trip by Bryan's granny)
Figure 4 Daily - not actually daily, or even weekly at this point. mostly Bryan interviewing people every so often, plus there's some dude who likes to stick shareholder meeting recordings on this feed
Filthy 4 Daily - (hosted by Bryan and UFC star Filthy Tom Lawlor) - Weekly, usually on Wednesday. Covers MMA & Smackdown! Live and nominates a Geek of the Week
Adam & Mike Big Audio Nightmare- (Whenever, though there's an annual G1 prediction show) Mike Sempervive spends hours talking with Adam about Japanese wrestling and wrestling in general
Dragonking Karl Stern - (Biweekly, Wednesdays) Karl is a wrestling historian and spends time breaking down various subjects. During the summer he'll run a marathon with an expedited schedule where episodes are daily.
Dr. Keith & Alan - (Biweekly, Saturday) Covers European and International wrestling. Also exists to make you appreciate Bryan's audiophile tendencies.
Joh Nason's Punchout - Did we mention they have a strictly an MMA show? They have an MMA show.

exploded mummy
Sep 10, 2008

So, so you think you can tell
Heaven from hell
Blue skies from pain
Can you tell a green field
From a cold steel rail?

- Incubus



Doctor Rope

TV Zombie posted:



Live Audio Wrestling- It's a Toronto-based weekly radio show that airs every Sunday on Sirius (you can also listen online). They upload the show to their website after it airs and if you listen to it this way they also include a podcast of reviews done by a couple of their hosts. The same two hosts also do weekly reviews of raw and impact.


LAW hasn't done a weekly review of Impact in over 2 years. Also Wai pawned it off onto someone else for a while before that.

flashy_mcflash
Feb 7, 2011

I joined the #RXT REVOLUTION.

he knows...


exploded mummy posted:

LAW hasn't done a weekly review of Impact in over 2 years. Also Wai pawned it off onto someone else for a while before that.

Yup. There is an NXT recap though, which I have never not regretted listening to. Jason Agnew is awful.

Keep It 2000, with Nate Milton and Bryan Mann, is sometimes fun.

yea ok
Jul 27, 2006

postin levels------its over 9000!!!!!!!!!


I dont listen to anything but WON and the Giant Beast cast

Go RV!
Jun 19, 2008

Uglier on the inside.


The ones I listen to that aren't on that list:


We Watch Wrestling
: Three comedians talk about wrestling, are genuinely enthusiastic about it. One is a former WWE writer. They talk mainly about WWE, NJPW and way too much about PWG. Also features the best Vince impression out there. Comes out Wednesdays.

Attitude Era Podcast: Two Brits and an Irish guy recap old WWE PPVs. They're pretty funny.

Music of the Mat: Two guys follow the evolution of themes and how they follow the evolution of the character, and stuff like that. If you're looking for a sample, I recommend the Undertaker episode

oatgan
Jan 15, 2009



napa know how

yea ok
Jul 27, 2006

postin levels------its over 9000!!!!!!!!!


n-n-n-n-napa know how

HerraS
Apr 15, 2012

Looking professional when committing genocide is essential. This is mostly achieved by using a beret.

Olive drab colour ensures the genocider will remain hidden from his prey until it's too late for them to do anything.


please make sure to mention that Rosenberg is a WWE kissass and thats Indie Wrestling Superstar "Filthy Tom Lawlor to you

Karmine
Oct 23, 2003

If you tremble with indignation at every injustice, then you are a comrade of mine.


Jerusalem posted:

Thanks to Karmine for the old thread that lasted as long as it did.

Let this be my lasting impact on the internet.

rip pisscast thread

e: does Nigel McGuinness still do that polyamory podcast?

Malcolm Excellent
May 20, 2007


Buglord

Here's a kind of funny wrestling podcast a friend of a friend mine made. I like hearing bad opinions from someone who is constantly baffled by WWE.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast...1229548575?mt=2

NotQuiteQuentin
Jan 29, 2005

BIG OVER


College Slice

open the voice gate is my dg podcast on vow. we get people real mad and do an episode after nearly every live Dragon Gate show.

our show’s page has all that rss/iTunes/stitcher business: https://audioboom.com/channel/open-the-voice-gate

EugeneJ
Feb 5, 2012
Probation
Can't post for 5 days!


Prichard Show is the only one I listen to with any sort of regularity, and even then I'll just seek out highlights people upload to YouTube

Numero6
Oct 10, 2012


Would Nobodies Watching Wrestling count? (They do have podcast episodes).
It's a duo of Drag Queens and their wrestling-savvy friend ranting about wrestling and it's hilarious.

flashy_mcflash
Feb 7, 2011

I joined the #RXT REVOLUTION.

he knows...


Karmine posted:



e: does Nigel McGuinness still do that polyamory podcast?

It seems to be as much or more about co-parenting now but yeah, the latest episode is from five days ago. Its called My Unconventional Life.

TV Zombie
Sep 6, 2011

*Cues Saint Agnes and the Burning Train*


Dinosaur Gum

Fe Vinum posted:

No Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard, The Lapsed Fan, What Happened When, Between the Sheets, or OSWReview in the OP?

I was trying to go by the original post of the old thread and the first couple of pages of that thread. I'll put these up...do you have any recommended episodes of these podcasts to listen to so that I can do a brief write up of them or would you be willing to provide a description?

Cavauro
Jan 9, 2008

andey...


who here listens to the most podcasts. it only counts if you are a regular listener, so please only list podcasts that you have heard within the last one week. list them all, and the one who is listening to the most podcasts becomes the winner.

oatgan
Jan 15, 2009



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Cavauro
Jan 9, 2008

andey...


congratulations oatgan, the podcast champion of 2017. see you all next year

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