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).
It’s the Big Three Oh on Three Way Theater as Mike, Lumberjake, and JC celebrate thirty episodes with our first ever WATCH-ALONG as we watch the documentary Beyond the Mat, directed by longtime wrestling fan Barry Blaustein.
While we had the best of intentions to record a Best in Show this past week (sorry Adam!), things didn’t end up going our way. Luckily for us recent inductee into the New England Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame Beau Douglas was hanging about, and foolishly agreed to let us interview him.
It’s celebration time as we kick off Three Way Theater’s two year anniversary with a very special episode of Best In Show as we look back to the final Pay-Per-View of Extreme Championship Wrestling, ECW Guilty as Charged 2001! Joined by referee extraordinaire Rob “Buddy Christ” Greer (and Gay Tazz!) the boys look back on the sad demise of ECW and try to reconcile the ECW they loved with its final PPV from the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City.
Mike, Lumbie, and JC continue to wait for their copy of The Naked Man to come in the mail as JC recounts his attempts at obtaining this cinematic classic over the last month. In the meantime the gang hangs out with TWT friend “All Good” Anthony Greene (@allgoodag) and competes in a trivia challenge with the boys as they determine if it’s a wrestler, or if it’s Arnold Schwarzenegger. All this plus so much more (but not much more) on the latest Three Way Theater Minicast!