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Tights and Fights

By Maximum Fun

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Description

Tights and Fights is the podcast that covers pro-wrestling with the sincerity and hilarity that it deserves. Every week, hosts Hal Lublin, Danielle Radford and Mike Eagle make sense of the chaos that is the world of sports-entertainment. Whether it's the latest headlines, a cultural analysis of an old angle or a debate about which wrestler has the best merch, Tights and Fights will examine every corner of the squared-circle for your enjoyment.

Customer Reviews

Danielle is the best ever

Danielle is so good. Everyone should give m-HER money

Best Wrestling Discussion Podcast

Little did I know what I needed in my life was Hal Lublin talking about wrestling, but even topping that are his cohosts Danielle Radford and Mike Eagle who bring important and interesting viewpoints to the discussion. It's not too 'insider' and it definitely allows the conversation to be about the fun and entertainment without getting all angry internet fan about things. Delightful and I'm looking forward to future episodes.

Excellent!

I am a new fan (of only a couple years) to wrestling, but I am a long-time fan of comedy, and this podcast is the best blend of both worlds. I LOVE that a female fan's perspective is represented as well by not only Danielle, but several guests, and that both Hal and Mike are aware and sensitive to the portrayal of women wrestlers. Thoughtful, funny discussion of the sometimes-ridiculous product of professional wrestling. It's a treat that I look forward to each week.