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'WCW with AK & Wynter Dior' is a weekly structured shit-talkin show that sheds light on the versatility of ideas that 2 Black millennials who don't give a f*ck, can come up with. Being a bit "unconventional" in their womanliness, WCW is the outlet for women to understand "WE CAN DO WHAT MEN DO AND LOOK 10x BETTER WHILE DOING IT". Interviews, drinking games, DJ mixes, current events and celebrity gossip are only the half of it..
 
Former World Championship Wrestling producer Neal Pruitt - perhaps best known to fans as the unforgettable voice of the New World Order - discusses the previously unheard stories behind the production of a variety of classic WCW Nitro moments, including: Roddy Piper's trip to Alcatraz; The creation of the nWo logo; Hollywood Hogan's initial heel 'promos'... And much more! This podcast focuses on the magic created behind the camera during an iconic period in professional wrestling. In an unpr ...
 
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With barely any time to bail on our New Year's Resolutions, WCW throws together its first Pay Per View offering of 1999, and Dave and Lee are here to navigate you through these murky Snickers-free waters.*What WCW wrestlers would make a great buddy cop pairing?*A show setting the table for Russo's arrival later this year*A tale of a one man war wit…
 
Today marks four years since the very first episode of Because WCW looked at the infamous Starrcade 1997 PPV (which also means we have lasted longer than the promotion did after that botched Sting/Hogan main event), and to celebrate our 4th birthday we spoke to a member of wrestling media who knows World Championship Wrestling extremely well - the …
 
Dean and Liam arrive at one of the most iconic editions of Monday Nitro, as Scott Hall and Kevin Nash bring a regularly-scheduled episode to its knees with a sneak attack so rough and severe that wrestling writers would spent the next decade or more attempting to replicate it on a weekly basis, to diminishing returns and diluted effects. Re-live th…
 
Hard to believe it, it's our first PPV go-home show in 1999! Less hard to believe, it's a pre-taped Thunder :/ Join Dave and Lee as they attempt to stay awake and ask themselves:*Why are they spoiling matches that haven't happened yet?*Why have we brought back TRL?*Why is this company already acting like Russo works there?*Why was THIS the show we …
 
It's been a while, but the best things are worth the wait! The pod family of Dave, Jack and Chris have returned to you when the Fast Saga bumps up into a new level with Fast Five. Enjoy and Salud!Dave is one of your hosts on PWOM's Days of Thunder: http://twitter.com/wcwthunderpodDave and Jack join their pal Mark every week to chat video games on L…
 
In a sign of things to come, Dave and Lee are nearly broken by the first Thunder of 1999: a shambolic episode of television with almost no redeeming segments. Oh this year will be fun!*We meet Raven's family*Hogan sports quite the ensemble*The NWO Family Drama dead horse is flogged again*A nadir in t-shirt designs[Dave's note: to donate to keep the…
 
Somehow, some way, Because WCW made it to the 100-episode mark. So, Dean and Liam decided to celebrate by bringing on a very, very special guest! Former United States (sorry, CANADIAN) heavyweight champion, Triple Crown title winner and globally-respected wrestler and trainer Lance Storm joins the podcast to discuss his brief-but-memorable tenure a…
 
Days after learning of the passing of beloved wrestling legend 'Beautiful' Bobby Eaton, Dean and Liam decided to rewatch one of the few shows Eaton main evented: a 1991 challenge of WCW champion Ric Flair on a TV special. Joining the duo is returning former guest Darren Goss of Discovery Wrestling, but before they can get to Flair vs Eaton, first t…
 
What a way to start a year! Kicking off 1999 on the podcast we bring you a special bumper show talking two historic shows from the same night: Raw is War where Mick Foley finally wins the Big One, and Monday Nitro, where money is burned everywhere you look! We also have* Sex dungeons as far as the eye can see *Some of our first cuts of Prime Russo …
 
The Disney tapings continue in the wake of the New World Order's formation, and Ric Flair is conspicuous by his absence. Fortunately, in Flair's place is new arrival The Leprechaun. Yes, you read that right. Join Dean and Liam as they breeze through a fast-paced two-hour Nitro, which is a blessing considering how much intolerable guff is on this ep…
 
Has it really been a whole year of WCW TV? Dave and Lee return after an accidentally long break to talk about it all in our Thundies special! The lads reflect on the year of Thunder, the process of making the show for two and a half years, and of course, we bring you the winners and losers of our listener polls!Thank you all so much if you've liste…
 
Eight days after the infamous conclusion of BATB '96, 'Hollywood' Hulk Hogan makes his first appearance in the infamous all-black garb. Well, if you ignore his temporary midlife crisis period in late '95. The battle lines are drawn in WCW as the New World Order make their presence known on another episode that really struggles to cope with the new …
 
Well here we are. Nearly two and a half years of thrills and spills on Thunder Road, and we FINALLY reach the end of 1998 WCW. To put it mildly, Starrcade 1998 is a milestone for us and in the history of WCW, so we hope you enjoy it. On the show:*A thrilling opening match*Details on how YOU can get involved in helping us celebrate our end of 1998 a…
 
Dean and Liam, for the first time in a while, review a classic major WCW show as a two-man act and for the occasion, they covered the second Clash event in the podcast's run so far. Join them as they debate whether Cactus Jack turned babyface at or before this show; whether 2 Cold Scorpio's hideous music video is the craziest WCW ever produced (and…
 
The pod family is back together once again as the combined forces of Days of Thunder's Dave Ryan ( http://twitter.com/thedaytodave ), Strong Style Story's Chris Damasceno ( http://twitter.com/brasilianfury ) and Link to the Cast's Jack Layzell ( http://twitter.com/jacklayzell ) watch and chat through another two installments of Toretto Championship…
 
Poverty has been an underlying part of many of the conversations that we have discussed this season; however, there are many unique aspects of poverty that needed to be the focus of a discussion all on their own. We hope that this episode will educate and challenge our listeners to have a better understanding of the complexities of poverty in the w…
 
It's the final Thunder of 1998, and what better way to celebrate with some quintessential WCW nonsense: the Thunder after the infamous Ric Flair heart attack angle. Join Dave and Lee on a whirlwind show for: *Eric Bischoff "acting"*Lex Luger "wrestling"*the biggest upgrade to a match in cruiserweight history*Some real dumb bits for one of your host…
 
It's the day after Bash At The Beach 1996 and everything has changed on Nitro. Not only is beloved hero Hulk Hogan now a villain in league with The Outsiders, but WCW are filming their Monday night TV show at Disney in broad daylight! An intriguing and unique episode begins the steady move into the promotion's absolute peak. Join Dean and Liam for …
 
The hinting is finally over, and the Cast has landed. As a change of pace in the lead up to F9 later this month, Days of Thunder's Dave Ryan ( http://twitter.com/thedaytodave ) sits down with Strong Style Story's Chris Damasceno ( http://twitter.com/brasilianfury ) and Link to the Cast's Jack Layzell ( http://twitter.com/jacklayzell ) in this littl…
 
The stars have aligned once more as the powers of Days of Thunder and Strong Style History unite!In this very special episode, Dave and Lee are joined by Geoffrey ( twitter.com/StrongStylStory ) to break down the WCW/NJPW/AJW Collision in Korea PPV presentation, along with extensive discussion of the recent Dark Side of the Ring episode about it.So…
 
In this episode Shurita and Christie talk with two friends who work with families in the Foster Care system daily: Keke Rover is with Ambassadors for Children in Springfield, MO and Holly Madden is the Director of the Family Connection Program at The Connecting Grounds. This conversation is bold, honest, and eye-opening. It covers a wide range of t…
 
It's the end of an era on the Watchalong series, as Dean and Liam cover the final episode of Monday Nitro prior to the arrival of the New World Order and professional wrestling being turned on its head. A mostly-enjoyable run of pre-Hollywood Hogan television finishes up with a decent enough offering, featuring the biggest Ric Flair's Banquet Table…
 
Well folks this might be it. This might be the one that broke us both at the same time. A hideous Thunder offering was on display this week, but Dave and Lee watched it so that you don't have to. Come with us on a review of a two hour show that could be described as 'a series of things' as we chat:*Blood & Guts & Documentaries *Banging, and the own…
 
Because WCW continues its chronicles of the company's bizarre obsession of anchoring its flagship year-end pay-per-view offering with a myriad of side concepts as Starrcade finds itself once again piggybacking a Battlebowl and a Lethal Lottery. Nonetheless, this curiously-booked smattering of double duty, triple duty and wholly uninspiring encounte…
 
It took a month, but Nitro are finally starting to figure out how to make their two-hour shows run as smoothly as their mostly-enjoyable 60-minute bursts. Join Dean and Liam as those two no-good outsiders continue to make their presence known, spoiling an intriguing triangle main event for the tag team titles, while the rest of the show features a …
 
A sense of dread befalls the pod as we begin to lurch toward THAT Starrcade show on Thunder Road, but Dave and Lee nonetheless find themselves in high spirits (with their spirits in hand) as they recap a surprisingly great episode of Thunder!*There is a new leader in the nWo!*A FABULOUS squash match*The return of 'Chocolate' Chip Minton*Our newest …
 
The 83 weeks ratings streak is over and WCW decides to respond. Newly crowned Heavyweight Champion, Randy Savage, squares off with Hollywood Hogan. Piper declares it a 'no DQ' match. How many run-ins will there be? Raven faces off with Goldberg. Somehow WCW manages to get everything right with the US title match. Follow us on Twitter @wcwvsnwopodca…
 
We let our special guests pick a pay-per-view or special WCW event to cover when they appear on the show, and many of them pick shows from the early 1990s. Who can blame them? To many of us growing up at that time, it was a true glory period, surpassed only by the nWo's peak months. Our latest third chair was no exception, as Dave Bradshaw - who ha…
 
Surprise! For a special Mania week treat, Dave and Lee are taking a one-time detour off Thunder Road to have a look at what the competition were doing while Big Sexy stormed to victory at World War 3. Instead of a 60-man Battle Royal, WWF held a one night, sort of 16 Man Tournament to crown a new Champion, and we're here to break down the whole sho…
 
It's the night after the 1996 Great American Bash (recently reviewed in episode 88), and the battle lines are starting to form in the wake of The Outsiders' attack on Eric Bischoff. Even WCW's resident villains are issuing threats to Hall and Nash - what has become of pro wrestling!? Join Dean and Liam as they once again attempt to speed up Nitro's…
 
With the clock running out on 1998 in WCW, we make our last PPV stop on Thunder Road before the biggun. We assure you War is an appropriate word as watching this show felt like going through one! On this episode:*A definitive new Martial Arts Division Champion*A casual disregard for psychology*Generic Cowboy #5 gets his shot at the big time.*Bait a…
 
It was indeed an entire two decades ago on this very day that World Championship Wrestling staged its final live event, the 'series finale' edition of Monday Nitro, from Panama City Beach, Florida. This poignant landmark has prompted Dean and Liam to reflect back on the final few months of the company, whether Eric Bischoff could have truly turned …
 
With World War 3 just three days of way, your intrepid hosts pull into the final stop on this segment of Thunder Road!*Cruiserweight Division Musical Chairs*Jericho checks out*Bam Bam checks in*A title change with far reaching consequences!We’ll be back in two weeks with our World War 3 extravaganza, and encourage people to watch the shows along wi…
 
Once again, Dean and Liam look back at a PPV in line with their ongoing Nitro Watchalong series, and it happens to be one of the more enjoyable efforts WCW ever put behind a paywall. The Giant vs Lex Luger, Sting vs Lord Steven Regal, a surprisingly fun battle between The Horsemen and two NFL stars plus the iconic Falls Count Anywhere bout between …
 
Nitro's move to two hours continues to experience some teething pain, as WCW delivers another one-hour episode stretched out the extra length as the hard sell for the 1996 Great American Bash begins. That said, a great old-school tag team main event featuring Sting and Lex Luger defending the tag titles against the Horsemen, plus perhaps the greate…
 
Days of Thunder returns to your earholes on a week that WCW was less than action packed, but we still have a go at chatting about it! On the show this week:*A presidential campaign begins*Bobby Heenan makes at least one pick for World War 3*Glacier holds a grudge*Your questions answered!We’ll be back in two weeks as we continue along the road to Wo…
 
One week after the shocking Nitro appearance of Scott Hall, WCW broadcast their second two-hour Monday night offering - though it could have easily fit inside the old one-hour timeslot if they removed all the repeated promo videos for the absent Hulk Hogan. Nonetheless, an old-school bout pitting Ric Flair and Arn Anderson against The Rock 'n' Roll…
 
They said it couldn't be done, but this episode fought the recording gremlins and lived to tell the tale!After an unintended delay, the road to World War 3 continues with a brisk edition of Thunder, where Dave and Lee experience the usual thrills and spills of 1998 WCW*A battle of dodgy haircuts*A Konnan music video*A huge return is undersold and a…
 
A new year means new horizons for Because WCW, as for the first time we review a Clash Of The Champions event! The two-hour TV specials had a Saturday Night's Main Event/In Your House vibe, but were eventually replaced by monthly three-hour PPVs. Dean and Liam start with one of the very best Clash shows of the 1990-2001 WCW era, as the 17th edition…
 
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