Aired 2 years ago 2:09
brock lessner Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
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Aired 6 months ago 52:42
Brock Lesner Doesnt Cash In
Matt Camp and Mark Henry react to Brock Lesner not cashing in the Briefcase against Seth Rollins. (1:23) Then they talk about Sethâ€™s chances for going to Saudi Arabia after Brockâ€™s attack during RAW. (13:27) Mark and Matt talk about Undertaker versus Goldberg and Undertakerâ€™s Promo.(25:23) Finally, they discuss the Firefly Funhouse and hidden symbolism. (37:30)
Aired 6 months ago 90:50
WKPWP - Mailbag Friday - Keller & Powell talk Moxley, Lesnar bait & switch, WWE alternative weekly shows, Aleister Black, Aries (6-7-19)
PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents the Mailbag Friday edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast with guest cohost Jason Powell from ProWrestling.net and the Pro Wrestling Boom Podcast. They answer mailbag questions on these topics:Â Ricochet and Aleister Black, NXT UK, Austin Aries-AEW, 24/7 Title, Fox debutÂ championship picture, Jon Moxley interview talking points, Brock LesnarÂ bait and switch, WWEÂ frustrations, pros and cons of various non-WWE alternativeÂ weekly TV shows, Bray Wyatt'sÂ Firefly Funhouse, Kofi Kingston's WWE Title future and an idea for Big E, and more.
Aired 6 months ago 131:03
WKPWP - Interview - Jon Moxley a/k/a Dean Ambrose (pt 2 of 2): The story behind Brock vs. Ambrose at WM, Stone Cold Podcast, more (6-2-19)
PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents a special Weekend Interview edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast with guest Jon Moxley (f/k/a Dean Ambrose). This is Moxâ€™s second long-form interview and the first he recorded since his AEW surprise debut last Saturday night at â€œAEW Double or Nothingâ€ in Las Vegas. This is by design a follow-up to his first interview earlier this week with Chris Jericho on his podcast which has been the talk of the pro wrestling industry for several days, so weâ€™re not covering the same territory but instead covering topics he didnâ€™t get to with Jericho. This interview, conducted on May 29, lasts nearly two-and-a-half hours. This is the second half of that interview. The first avenue was published the day before this one on the same feed. LIST OF TOPICS COVEREDâ€¦ The story behind the videos he has produced on Twitter and the excitement he feels being an artist in control again and collaborating with colleaguesâ€¦ On peopleâ€™s skepticism that â€œby the boys, for the boysâ€ will never work in AEW because thereâ€™s too many cooks in the kitchenâ€¦ Producers he really respected and liked in WWEâ€¦ On his growing relationship with Cody behind the scenes on creative matters and how it contrasts to his WWE experienceâ€¦ His amazement that top writers on WWE donâ€™t go insane working in that systemâ€¦ Details on his frustration with how The Shield return was handled Summerslam weekend last year and details on how it originally was supposed to play out and who derailed it at last secondâ€¦ Tons of details told for the first time ever, on his WrestleMania frustrations the year he wrestled Brock Lesnarâ€¦ The awkward Stone Cold Podcast on WWE Network, finally explained in (agonizing) detailâ€¦ Did he hesitate to sign another â€œcorporate contractâ€ with AEW so soon after being free from his WWE contact?â€¦ What the greatest moment of his career was so farâ€¦ What did he think watching back at his entrance at Double or Nothingâ€¦ His reluctance to dive head first into social media like most wrestlersâ€¦ PPV payoff structure under the WWE Network and strong thoughts about WWEâ€™s way of scheduling house shows in this eraâ€¦ Why he thinks WWE will soon have to start paying wrestlers more money, and itâ€™s not (just) because of AEW as competitionâ€¦ And more. BONUS SECTION: At the end of the Jon Moxley interview, listen for a 20 minuteÂ bonus segment featuring Wade Keller's interview from April 1992 with Paul Heyman who discusses Steve Austin as the future top star in the industry way back then, plus other topics along with fun banter with Keller and callers.