Old School Wrestling Podcast
By Flair Chop
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Your hosts review your favorite (and not so favorite) classic pro wrestling events from at least 10 years in the past. They'll remind you why you loved, or hated, these NWA, WWF, WCCW, AWA or other events with their own insight and memories.
||Explicit#121 – Ultimate Warrior||There was no one else like him in the world of professional wrestling - The Ultimate Warrior. Dre and the Black Cat sit down to talk about the icon mere days after his passing and days after seeing him live in New Orleans and review two matches fro[...]||4/17/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#120 – Live in New Orleans – War to Settle the Score, February 18, 1985||This week the Black Cat and Dre are joined by their good friends from the Awesome 80s Podcast for the annual SuperCast between the two except this year they got in a car and rolled on down to New Orleans to broadcast live from Champion’s Squar[...]||4/13/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#119 – WrestleMania XX||Jumping into the modern era, Dre and the Black Cat review the classic, yet potentially controversial, WrestleMania 20 this week on the podcast. Hear them discuss their thoughts on a rising John Cena, a cluster of a match between Brock Lesnar and Gol[...]||3/29/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#118 – Shane Douglas vs Bam Bam Bigelow, October 16, 1997||Dre and the Black Cat take a look back this week at a gem of a match between Shane Douglas and Bam Bam Bigelow for the ECW title in at the legendary Elk’s Lodge. They also go over their trip to New Orleans, feedback from the Coal Miner’s[...]||3/15/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#117 – The Tale of the Coal Miner’s Glove||On the newest OSWP we fall into a nasty YouTube wormhole as we explore the history of the Coal Miner’s Glove match. We start by reviewing a match between Jimmy Snuka and Col. DeBeers, followed by a match between Curt Hennig and the Assassin in[...]||3/1/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#116 – Tully Blanchard v Ron Garvin, May 3, 1986||This week we watch a classic old school match between two greats as they battle for the NWA National Heavyweight title on an episode of NWA Worldwide TV. We also go over some amazing feedback from our review of a match involving Victor the Bear. We [...]||2/16/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#115 – The Destroyer vs Victor the Bear, Los Angeles, CA, 1965||On this episode of the OSWP we take a look at one of the oldest gimmicks in the wrestling gimmick book: wrestling bears. We review a match between the legend the Destroyer and a Coca-Cola loving Victor the Bear. We also look at some other wrestling [...]||2/2/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#114 – Royal Rumble 1989||The 1989 Royal Rumble was the second year of this big event and the beginning of the annual pay-per-view tradition. It showcased many of the WWF’s classic characters and big men of the time, as well as a five-star classic woman’s title m[...]||1/19/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#113 – Hulk Hogan v Stan Hansen, Tokyo Dome, April 13, 1990||This week we dive into the Hulk Hogan in Japan myth and review an incredible match between the Hulkster and Stan Hansen. What happens to the Hulkster when he flies across the ocean and wrestles in the Tokyo Dome? Find out this week on the Old School[...]||1/5/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#112 – The OSWP Holiday Office Party 2013||This year we celebrate the holidays with a couple of amazing tag team matches. First we look at a six-man steel cage elimination match between the Freebirds and the Von Erichs from September 3, 1984 and then we look at a classic match between the St[...]||12/20/13||Free||View In iTunes|
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Hook the leg with this podcast! If you remember Nacho Barrera, Iron Mike Sharpe and The Mulkeys, than you have a new home (or should be put in one). They break down the memories in a refreshing but respectful manner. May this podcast continue until Stanley Blackburn is able to finally put together the AWA Championship Tournament (oh the logistic horror involved)...
Great, great podcast!!
I highly recommend this podcast to any fan of professional wrestling. These guys are funny, and they pick a wide variety of old wrestling shows to review. They love wrestling but don't take it too seriously, and always make me laugh. I highly recommend the 1980 Shea Stadium show and the most recent "Mulkey-mania" show especially. You can learn a little wrestling history and have a fun time doing it. Sometimes the wrestling they review is awesome, and sometimes it's awful, but "Flair Chop" is always entertaining regardless. Keep up the great work guys, and thanks for the free shows!!!
Best old school Wrestling comentary anywhere
These guys are awsome could not stop laughing at there comentary of wreslers and events. in addition, they are an ecypedia of grtat information about where wrestlers are now.