The PG Wrestling Retrospective
About This Show
Jack and Lewis grew up in the late 2000s being huge fans of Pro Wrestling, during an era in WWE history that many people argue was predictable and creatively stagnant. The PG Wrestling Retrospective aims to review every WWE Pay-Per-View and major event of the PG Era and force Jack and Lewis to revisit their childhood, potentially crushing whatever is left of their nostalgia. Will the product be better than critics made it out to be, or will your humble hosts be forced to realise that their childhoods were built on a foundation of garbage? There's only one way to find out.
Most Recent Episode
Cyber Sunday 2008 - Episode 5
It’s time for a Trouble and Paradise to your ears! Jack and Lewis are back with a review of Cyber Sunday 2008! This event features Triple H vs Jeff Hardy for the WWE Championship and the main event of Chris Jericho vs Batista for the World Heavyweight Championship. This was the last edition of the Cyber Sunday pay-per-view, the theme of which allowed WWE fans to vote on the stipulations of various matchups, and since they didn't really know what matches they were getting, the butyrate reflected an audience of completely unsure of if they'd get a crap show. Spoiler Alert: it was a bit crap. Including off-topic conversations like: Voting in an election Creativity in promo packages Phones in 2008 = DEBT Diva's Halloween costumes are weird Matt Hardy is secretly a psychopath Shad Gaspard is a model! The Smackdown vs Raw 2009 Road to Wrestlemania What is a Shaman of sexy? The absence of the WWE Tag Team Championships Primo's amazing debut The Honky Tonk Man Chicken Feed Why The Brian Kendrick wasn't pushed PLUS: The first edition of Question Time: the boys talk about their favourite promo packages of the PG Era. If you enjoyed the podcast get on the Twitter: @PGWrestlingPod If you have any questions you would like to be answered on the show don't hesitate to email: PGWrestlingPod@gmail.com The PG Wrestling Retrospective is a comedic chronological review of all WWE Pay-Per-Views and major events during the company's PG Era. Whilst many people panned this period of wrestling, Jack and Lewis grew up with it, and through it forged a love for all things Professional Wrestling.