The North-South Connection

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17 hours ago

On this episode of Territorial, Shawn goes to Georgia Championship Wrestling post Battle of Atlanta 1983 to look at the short face run of Buzz Sawyer. His fallout with Paul Ellering, reuniting with his mother and brother, confrontations with Jake Roberts, Abdullah the Butcher, Ted DiBiase and the Road Warriors, along with narration by Gordon Solie and Ole Anderson to help tell the story!

2 days ago

From the eagle’s nest, high above the ECW arena, this is the Extreme Three Way Dance! In this episode, JT, Jenny and Matt review the next three episodes of ECW television from November and December 1998!
The troublesome trio talk Shane Douglas scheming, Lance Storm becoming a star, Taz injuring Sabu, the set up for Guilty as Charged, Funk pushing Dreamer to the edge and so much more!
So jump on board, grab a chair and get ready to join this threesome for an extreme journey through time!

3 days ago

Another edition of This Week in the NFL is live! The Three Man Booth is back and Cowboy Senior has had this Thursday's Patriots vs. Steelers game circled on the calendar for months. The guys also preview Eagles vs. Cowboys, Bills vs. Chiefs, and all the other Week 14 action.  They also take a look back at Week 13 and provide the in depth analysis you all know and love.  njoy!

4 days ago

In this episode of the Ruthlessly Aggressive Podcast, Jake is joined by Logan Crosland to discuss the 6/23/03 Raw and 6/26/03 Smackdown. The two discuss the unmasking of Kane, boring Lance Storm, a nice moment for Mick Foley, Mr. McMahon trying to get Zach Gowen to join the club, a disappointing debut for Ultimo Dragon and much more. Follow along through this progression through aggression!

6 days ago

North South Connection, Welcome to the Temple for this episode of Linking Up Luchas!
Join your host Logan Crosland on this pod journey where he will be linking some of his most beloved friends up with one of his favorite short lived Lucha promotions, Lucha Underground.
On this installment, he is joined by Jennifer Smith and Jacob Williams to discuss the episodes from 3/25/15 and 4/1/15! We dive into an unexpected good match, two huge title matches, the beginning of the Trios tournament and much more!

7 days ago

First they were making the cut. Then they made the cut! And now... Aaron and JT are covering the gamut of wrestling, pop culture and beyond because... it is time to get NO HOLDS BARRED!
The boys are continuing their journey through their big stretch project: ranking every single WWE World Title change ever! They will be discussing and breaking down each and every match where the WWE's top prize changed hands and creating a master all time list.
In this episode, they break down Kurt Angle challening The Rock for the WWF Title at WWE No Mercy 2000!
Come for the concept and the absurdity, stay for Bermuda, Kokomo, the Property AND Neville Brothers. JT! Aaron! NO HOLDS BARRED!

Friday Dec 01, 2023

Hello again everybody and welcome back to another exciting episode of A La Carte with Keithie. This week, Keithie brings on his nephew Chase to talk about some random topics... maybe even one that will save your life one day. 
Keith and Chase wrap up the Thanksgiving menu, find out who Chase wants to have lunch with, and bring someone into the interrogation room. They also talk about the zombie apocalypse and survival tips and then Chase dazzles with some baseball knowledge by taking on the Immaculate Grid. 
Check it out and, just maybe, you will survive the Last of Us!

Thursday Nov 30, 2023

Your favorite Three Man Booth returns for another edition of This Week in the NFL. The guys take a look back at the week that was including the "Game of the Year" between the Giants and Patriots... or, actually... Bills vs. Eagles! With six teams on bye, Week 13 is a little light but the guys preview all the important matchups. Enjoy!

WWE WAR #57: SummerSlam 1990

Thursday Nov 30, 2023

Thursday Nov 30, 2023

Welcome to WWE WAR: Wrestling Above Replacement! JT & Marcus are breaking down each WWE "season" and giving a comprehensive by the numbers breakdown of each PPV event using a specific set of metrics.
In this episode, the boys kick off the 1990-91 WWE PPV season with a deep statistical dive on SummerSlam 1990. They also continue to build their list of complete WWE PPV rankings based on the scoring system.
Do your personal ranking synch up with the WWE WAR formula? Tune in and find out!

Tuesday Nov 28, 2023

 "...But for some, a war is never over." Creatively, one of the most contentious elements in the making of X-Men: TAS was the decision to forestall the first appearance of Magneto until after the series premiere. As the X-Men's greatest rival, his omission was viewed by many within Marvel as starting the show off on the wrong foot. In retrospect, this choice would prove to be another win for the production team in their commitment to a specific vision of the X-Men on screen. Having put in the work of clearly defining the human-mutant conflict -- and its stakes established as nothing short of life-or-death -- the path was paved for the other side of the equation to be introduced. Suddenly, with our heroes' necks under the oppressive jackboot of human bigotry, Magneto's philosophy of mutant supremacy begins to look a lot more sympathetic. But make no mistake, this is a decidedly terroristic depiction of Magneto, a controversial figure whose motives and personality have varied enormously since his 1963 comics introduction. Can his actions in this two-parter be reconciled with the nobility that has also come to define more contemporary presentations of the character? To the show's credit, it embraces, rather than shies away from this question. In strategically and tastefully navigating Broadcast Standards and Practices, the show is able to preserve the traumatic backstory and shared history with Professor Xavier so crucial to Magneto's fundamental being, without explicit reference to real-world events. The duality of conflicts set up by Sabretooth's simultaneous intro and treatment by Xavier in contrast to the re-emergence of his old foe is likewise impressive. Also appreciated is the renewed focus on Beast's plight, not forgotten since his capture last episode, which serves as a logical springboard for Magneto's introduction. All in all, it's an underrated, brilliantly written pair of episodes, hitting all the right notes for a major debut and crafting a compelling portrait of one of comics' greatest characters. Join us for this continued examination of X-Men: The Animated Series, proudly presented by Jennifer Smith, Tim Capel, and "Dark Keithie" Langston.

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