Viagra jokes on both shows as the boys take on the May 11th, 1998 episodes of Raw and Nitro. Nitro features almost exclusively squash matches, while Raw sees the debut of Al Snow, Sable powerbombing Marc Mero and Steve Austin teaming with Vince McMahon.
A few months ago, we recorded a short episode about Wrestlemania 32, but that conversation is now hopelessly out of date. In an attempt to squeeze some value from the recording, we decided to add some thoughts about where the WWE has gone since WM32. Topics of discussion include: The past two PPVs, the impending Raw/Smackdown brand-split, and an impromptu wrestler draft.
Just in case you’d like to skip directly to the conversation on current events, the Wrestlemania portion of the show lasts until the 27-minute mark.
This time around, we cover the May 4th, 1998 episodes of WCW Nitro and WWF Raw. Topics of discussion include: The Steiner Bros?, S.T.O.M.P., the inception of the Attitude Era, Funk vs. Foley, Stone Cold Steve Austin pro-wrestling fan, and some dumb pun fun.
The boys are back to take on the 4/28/1998 Raw and Nitro and the 4/29/1998 Nitro. Along the way we talk about how much DX is too much DX, a really weird segment with HHH and Dan Severn, how good Austin vs. Goldust is and Disco Inferno having handprints on his chest. Oh, and, of course, Goldberg’s new most competitive match.
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