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?
History is being made on October 28th, 2018 as WWE presents EVOLUTION, the first ever all-women’s PPV extravaganza!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Except it’s not the first, and Three Way Theater is here to talk to you about it! Back in February 2001 promoter David McLane brought the Women of Wrestling to Pay-Per-View for WOW Unleashed featuring the WOW World Title Match, a Hair Match, and headlined by a Steel Cage Grudge Match. Because of this wonderful gift to the world, MIkey, Lumberjake, and JC are being joined by “The Beast Master” Kevin Castro (@kevincastrosays) to run down this trailblazing and historic event for your listening pleasure.
No matter how great a pro wrestling event is, in the end there can only be one Best in Show! Mike Paiva, Lumberjake, and JC are joined this month by “RIOT” Kellan Thomas (@VivaLaRIOT) as they revisit one of the biggest Pay-Per-Views of all-time– WWF WrestleMania X7!
On June 7, 2003 WWE RAW (presented by Steve Austin and Eric Bischoff) invaded Newcastle, England, and put on a show that won’t be forgotten, or should be forgotten, or just forgotten. It’s Insurrextion 2003, the final WWE UK only PPV!
Joining Mike, Lumberjake, and JC this week is New England wrestling manager, announcer, consigliare, and all around great dude in Kevin Castro who graciously joined us despite forcing him to watch this event in it’s entirety.
When world wrestling champion RIP THOMAS (Hulk Hogan) refuses to join a competing network, an evil executive creates a new program, “The Battle of the Tough Guys,” where rules don’t exist and men engage in an all-out brawl for money. Continue reading →