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#144 – Rick Rude vs Jake Roberts, October 29th, 1988, Saturday Night’s Main Event||On this week’s episode Dre and the Black Cat discuss a classic WWF angle from the late 80s involving Rick Rude and Jake Roberts and the big match from Saturday Night’s Main Event from October 1988. Please support the Old School Wrestling[...]||2/22/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#143 – WWWF Madison Square Garden, March 26, 1979||Black Cat and Dre take a trip back to 1979 this week and visit the world’s most famous arena – Madison Square Garden – to review four classic WWWF matches including a tremendous main event with Bob Backland and Greg Valentine for t[...]||2/8/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#142 – Big Van Vader v Cactus Jack, Texas Death Match, October 24, 1993||This week Dre and Black Cat discuss a historic match from early 90s WCW involving two of the baddest dudes in the history of pro wrestling – Cactus Jack and Big Van Vader. Please support the Old School Wrestling Podcast by visiting oldschoolwr[...]||1/25/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#141 – Adrian Street v Randy Savage, January 28, 1985||This week on the show Dre and Black Cat finally get to a topic they’ve been wanting to discuss for a long time – Adrian Street. Adrian is an oft-forgotten but legendary performer who really defined the androgynous character in profession[...]||1/11/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#140 – Prime Time Wrestling, December 31st, 1987||This week on the show Dre and the Black Cat ring in the new year with a review of the December 31st, 1987 episode of Prime Time Wrestling. This episode of Prime Time includes some great moments with Bobby Heenan, Gorilla, the British Bulldogs, Macho[...]||12/30/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#139 – The OSWP Holiday Office Party 2014||This year Dre and the Black Cat review two tag team matches for the holiday – The Rockers vs the Hart Foundation on October 30, 1990 in a match that never actually aired on television and then a match between the Road Warriors and the Funk Bro[...]||12/19/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#138 – Glacier v The Gambler, September 7, 1996||Somehow it took Dre and the Black Cat over five years to discuss one of the most bizarre, yet fascinating gimmicks of the late 1990s – BLOOD RUNS COLD and the debut of Glacier against the Gambler on WCW WorldWide. Please support the Old School[...]||12/7/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#137 – Starrcade 1984||Here at the Old School Wrestling Podcast we have a yearly Thanksgiving tradition – Starrcade and Thanksgiving dinner at David Crockett’s house with all our 80s JCP friends. This year Dre is picking up the Black Cat and they’re driv[...]||11/20/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#136 – Shotgun Saturday Night, January 11, 1997||Dre and Black Cat revisit the beginning of the Attitude Era before Steve Austin was everywhere and the WWF was getting their ass kick by WCW every week in the television ratings to review a very unique syndicated show run out of bars called Shotgun [...]||11/9/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Explicit#135 – The Bride of the Three Rings of Horror||This year for Halloween, Dre and the Black Cat review three spooky tales for your enjoyment – Carlos Colón vs. Hércules Ayala from 1988 in Puerto Rick in a FIRE MATCH, the night the Undertaker tried to marry Stephanie McMahon, and FMW Barbed W[...]||10/26/2014||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.