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Sunday Night's Main Event

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Description

For more than 20 years, wrestling radio has dominated the Sunday night AM airwaves in Toronto… Sunday Night’s Main Event continues that long-standing tradition on MLW Radio Network. SNME is a weekly radio show providing comprehensive coverage of all the latest news, interviews, and opinion in the world of professional wrestling. Broadcasting on TSN Radio, Canada’s original leader in sports coverage, each week host Jason Agnew delivers a live radio show with an emphasis on caller interaction. Weekly segments include The Wresting Observer Insider with Dave Meltzer, Turnbuckle Trivia and the “Triple Threat” segment featuring a rotating cast of the industry’s leading pro-wrestling journalists. Sunday Night’s Main Event is the wrestling insider’s NEW #1 source for kayfabe-free wrestling radio.

Customer Reviews

Love the show

I love the show but hate that Jason is making the show only two hours for Patreon subscribers just so he can get Dan the Mouth on the show. I’m not a fan of Dan. Will probably take the show off my weekly podcast upload because I can’t hear Dave Meltzer or the triple threat segment.

Glad they’re back but...

Echoing the sentiment of some other reviewers, I’m a long time fan of the LAW and was upset when it was cancelled. Jason’s decision to revive the show under a new moniker was and is applauded by me. I always looked forward to the Wrestling Observer Extra segment and the rest of the show thereafter, but was disappointed to find out, while catching up on shows I’d missed during the baseball season, that the second hour is only available to listeners who pay. This day in age, I can’t possibly afford to add another monthly bill (because it all adds up) and I say this not being a WWE Network subscriber, so it’s unlike I am deciding not to allocate those funds here because they are allotted elsewhere, I merely don’t have extra funds to spend outside of the high cost I already pay for internet each month. Great show, pioneers of the wrestling radio show, for certain, but unfortunately to the second hour, anymore. That’s a bummer because just when I’m excited to hear what’s about to come up after the break, I am cut off.

Dropping the show as long as the 2nd hour is behind a paywall

I appreciate the predicament Jason is in trying to (rightfully) get paid for the work he puts into this show. Unfortunately I think it's a bad situation he's in where he does the show on terrestrial radio for free and relies on listeners to pay the bills. As a listener of the old LAW Radio podcast for many years I feel like I'm being punished for not being able to help financially support it in its new incarnation. It's not fair to listeners to be required to pay for a podcast. It's as unfair as it is that Jason agreed to do the show without pay in the first place. Podcasts that have a following willing to pay a premium to keep it running usually do it by enticing with a value add rather than taking away what was previously free. I wish Jason (and Dan, if they're Patreon goal is met) the best for the future, but without this show's 2nd hour going forward there's no reason for me to keep listening given the amount of free, podcasts there are out there to enjoy.

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