After a much needed break the boys are back in town as Mike, Lumbie, and JC team up with their ol’ retro pal Anthony Greene (@retroag) for a new episode of Best in Show as they review the WWE sponsored ECW One Night Stand 2005, a unique reunion event never before seen (and unfortunately would be repeated over and over and over to diminishing returns).
Whether you’re watching live from New Jersey New York or sitting from the comforts of home almost every wrestling fan alive will be doing their best to convince themselves they still love pro wrestling while sitting through 7.5 hours of sports entertainment.
Just in time for WrestleMania 35 it’s another Best in Show Mania’ spectacular when Mike, Lumberjake, and JC welcome Dan Terry to the show when they review WrestleMania 27 featuring The Miz defending his WWE Championship against John Cena with THE ROCK returning to the company to host the big event!
The boys are hanging out during one of their recent ring rentals on the eve of watching Fighting With My Family, breaking down the big news that Chris Hemsworth had signed on to play the role of Hulk Hogan in a Netflix biopic directed by Todd Phillips!
Join Mike, Lumberjake, and JC for our trip down memory lane to the year 1996, just weeks before the wrestling landscape changed forever when Scott Hall showed up on WCW Monday Nitro to kick off the nWo storyline when we review WCW Uncensored 1996 featuring the DOOMSDAY CAGE MATCH, an event of epic proportions.
It’s another episode of Three Way Theater as Mike, Lumberjake, and JC return to the world of pro wrestling animation as they review The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age Smackdown! Can Fred, Barney. Wilma and the gang compare to the adventures of Scooby-Doo? (SPOILER: They can’t).
Welcome to the first Best in Show of 2019 as its our favorite time of the year on Three Way Theater.. ROYAL RUMBLE time! This year we’re headed back to wild and weird world of 2005 and the ascension of John Cena and Batista to the WWE and World Heavyweight Championship. What could possibly go wrong?
It’s 2019 and we’re starting things off HUGE on Three Way Theater with one of our most requested films of all-time when the boys finally review Carl Reiner’s The One & Only starring the Fonz himself Henry Winkler.