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Attitude of Aggression Wrestling Podcast
75 minutes | May 16, 2021
WrestleMania Backlash Preview- Episode 271
The Attitude Of Aggression returns as Dave is joined by his friends at the DWI Podcast to preview WrestleMania Backlash. Will this event be as predictable as it appears or will there be a few surprises along the way? Tune in to Episode 271 to see what we think.
241 minutes | Apr 10, 2021
Return of the Immortals- Episode 270
WrestleMania 37 is here....and so is the Attitude of Aggression! With The Showcase of the Immortals returning, along with fans for the first time in a year, the time seemed perfect for an Episode to be released...and what an Episode this one is. A late night conversation between Day and Rey Cash led to the two Bandwagon Nerds getting together to review NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver, as well as preview both nights of WrestleMania 37. As if that is not enough, around the time of the Royal Rumble, Dave got together with PC Tunney, DPP, and AJ Balaz to reboot the Historical Highspot segment as the fellas reviewed Starrcade '83. On a week as epic as this has been so far, it seemed like the perfect time to release that segment as part of a celebration of pro wrestling's past, present, and future. It is the biggest week of the year and this mega-sized Episode will get you caught up and ready to roll as, this year, WrestleMania is back baayyybeeee!
171 minutes | Jan 1, 2021
6th Annual Swaggy Awards- Episode 269
2020 was a year unlike any other in modern human history. It's impact on the world of pro wrestling was profound and unforgettable. Still, 2020 was a year filled with unforgettable moments, tremendous matches, incredible performers, and magnificent performances. In the first Episode of 2021, the Attitude Of Aggression returns for the 6th Annual Swaggy Awards, our annual celebration of the best-of-the-best in pro wrestling for 2020. This year, Big Dave is joined once again by PC Tunney for this celebration of the past year in pro wrestling. They, in turn, are joined by AJ Balaz and Rey Cash, both of whom made their first appearances on the Show in any fashion. We invite you to join us as we hand out virtual hardware in 20 great categories. Who walked away with the gold and the glory? Tune in to the Swaggy Awards and find out.
176 minutes | Aug 23, 2020
Nuclear Family- Episode 268
After a long hiatus, the Attitude Of Aggression has gone back to its roots and broken quarantine. On this Episode, it's the return of the Tri-Cast as Big Dave is joined by the guys from the DWI Podcast and the one and only former host of the Sunday Segue Wrestling Podcast, Kinny Killa, as the gys preview NXT Takeover XXX as well as Summer Slam 2020. Who do the guys see as being the big movers and shakers during one of the biggest pro wrestling weekends of 2020? Tune in and find out.
221 minutes | Apr 22, 2020
5th Anniversary Show Part 1 Featuring Tracy Smothers, John Cosper, Chris Silvio, Plus A Recap Of How COVID-19 Impacted Pro Wrestling- Episode 267
After a length delay due to a myriad of technical issues on the site, the Attitude Of Aggression returns to celebrate its 5th Anniversary. It is a celebration too big for one Episode so we have broken it up into two parts. Here on Part 1, we have some fantastic interviews. The first one was a sit down Big Dave had with the one and only Tracy Smothers and author John Cosper. Recorded shortly after COVID-19 changed the world, and a couple of weeks out from WrestleMania 36, Tracy and John talk to Dave about Tracy's great autobiography "If You Don't Buy This Book Everybody Dies." Tracy and John discuss how they put the book together and there are loads of great stories from Tracy about his experiences, his triumphs, his tribulations, and everything in-between. Fans of the Great American Bash in 1990 will definitely want to listen in as Dave got to ask Tracy his recollections from one of our favorite WCW PPVs of all-time. It is a fantastic interview that any wrestling fan will want to hear. The second interview is a special one as Dave welcomes Chris Silvio back to the show for the first time in a few years. Chris was gracious enough to come on the show and give his insight into the challenges his colleagues are facing performing in front of empty arenas. He also gives us an update as to his status and offered his thoughts on WrestleMania just a few days prior to one of the most unique events in the history of pro wrestling. Fans of Chris, and all fans in general, will want to give this a listen. From there, Dave does a Semi-Retro Review unlike any other in the history of the show. It begins with recaps of Super Showdown from February, AEW Revolution from February, and Elimination Chamber from early March. These three events really altered the landscape of pro wrestling in many ways. Then, Dave recaps the week that immediately followed Elimination Chamber as the world literally changed around all of us. He discusses Raw and AEW Dynamite, both of which took place in front of full arenas. But he also discusses NXT, that was moved to the WWE Performance Center and closes by talking about the March 13, 2020 SmackDown, the first of the empty arena shows, which have now become the new normal for all of us. It is a somber recap of events that seem like something straight out of a sci-fi horror movie.....but which are now all too real to all of us. Still, it is a celebration of the 5th Anniversary of the Podcast so please join us for Part 1 of this mega-event.
211 minutes | Mar 13, 2020
Daredevil Dave Doll; Semi-Retro Reviews for NXT UK Takeover Blackpool II, Worlds Collide, Royal Rumble 2020, and NXT Takeover: Portland- Episode 266
With the world seemingly falling apart more and more by the day, the Attitude Of Aggression returns with an Episode long overdue. We begin this Episode with a great interview that Big Dave conducted with a fantastic wrestler making a big name for himself on the Indy scene, Daredevil Dave Doll. Find out the background of this great wrestler, the origins of his name, his influences, experience, and outlook in this excellent interview. From there, Big Dave conducts a different type of Semi-Retro review as he recaps four recent PPV events in WWE. Unlike prior Semi-Retro reviews though, Dave keeps his focus on the events themselves and not all the Raw, SmackDowns, and NXTs in between. In this segment, Dave reviews NXT UK Takeover: Blackpool II, Worlds Collide, the 2020 edition of the Royal Rumble, and NXT Takeover: Portland. Wedged right in the middle of all this is the return of the Tri-Cast as Kinny Killa was coaxed out of retirement to join Big Dave, PC Tunney, and DPP as they previewed the Royal Rumble and made some very interesting predictions, some of which have now come to pass. All of these events really shaped the landscape for WrestleMania 36 and NXT Takeover: Tampa, assuming they happen as planned. With Covid-19 threatening to postpone or even cancel the Showcase of the Immortals, travel back in the not too distant past with us and revisit some great action from a simpler time here on Episode 266. And, by all means.....stay safe out there Aggressionaholics.
224 minutes | Feb 1, 2020
Dynamo Pro Women's Champion, Rahne Victoria; Jams & Slams Preview; Semi-Retro Review TLC 2019- Episode 265
On Episode 265 we are thrilled to welcome back to the show the first-ever, and still reigning, Dynamo Pro Women's Champion, Rahne Victoria. Rahne was gracious enough to return to the show to take about her upcoming title defense against "The Barbie Killer" Hayley Shadows coming up on 2/1/20 at the Jams and Slams event, a collaboration between Arch Rival Roller Derby and Dynamo Pro Wrestling. In addition to The Empress of Evil, our good friend Luke Roberts is back to give us all the details on this huge event coming up Saturday Night at Queeny Park in Ballwin, Missouri. From there, it is time for another Semi-Retro Review. This time out, Big Dave recaps TLC 2019, as well as all the action from Raw, NXT, SmackDown, and AEW Dynamite for the 2 weeks leading into WWE's final PPV of 2019. How did this event shape recent events at the Royal Rumble? Tune in to Episode 265 and find out.
142 minutes | Jan 8, 2020
5th Annual Swaggy Awards- Episode 264
The 5th Annual Swaggy Awards are here! Big Dave was joined by PC Tunney and DPP of the DWI Podcast as the guys celebrate the best of the best in pro wrestling for 2019. The guys go through 20 categories and distribute some virtual hardware to the cream of the crop from the wonderful world of wrestling. What was the PPV of the year? What was the Moment of the Year? What was the Match of the Year? Who was the Overall Wrestler of the Year? Tune in to find out our thoughts as to these topics and so much more here on the 5th Annual Swaggy Awards!
359 minutes | Dec 28, 2019
Barry Horowitz, Mike Sydal, Camaro Jackson, Dynamo Pro New Year's Brawl Preview, Semi-Retro Review Of NXT War Games & Survivor Series '19- Episode 263
Episode 263 is an interview spectacular and features some of the best interviews we have had in the near 5 year history of the show. We lead off by talking with the one and only Barry Horowitz. A 40 year veteran of the ring, Barry has seen and done it all. In this awesome interview, Dave gets to pick Barry's head for some great moments including his thoughts on his time in WWE and WCW, what he is up to now, his thoughts on legends like Hulk Hogan and The Ultimate Warrior, the Monday Night Wars, the current product and much, much, more. You will not want to miss this interview and you will definitely not want to miss Barry being inducted into the New England Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame on July 17, 2020. From there, our friends at Dynamo Pro Wrestling are back and Dave got the chance to preview their big event, New Year's Brawl, coming up on December 28, 2019. On this Episode, Dave got to speak with Dynamo Pro commentator Drake Lee about the awesome event and what we can expect at New Year's Brawl. Then, Dave got a chance to speak with the two guys who will compete for the Dynamo Pro D-1 Championship on December 28th, the challenger,Mike Sydal, and the defending champion, Camaro Jackson. What were both guys thinking of as they head into one of the most anticipated matchups on the card? Tune in to Episode 263 to find out. We then close the Episode out with a Semi-Retro Review of NXT War Games '19 and Survivor Series '19. Big Dave recaps all the action for the week leading into the mega-events, reviews both War Games and Survivor Series, and recaps all the action for the following week. Along the way, he recaps all that was going on with AEW as well. The back and gold brand truly asserted themselves during a very short period of time and Big Dave recaps all the action for you right here. If you missed anything that happened during one of WWE's Big 4 PPV weekends, just tune in here as we have you covered.
350 minutes | Dec 5, 2019
Semi-Retro Review/ Parabellum Part 2- Episode 262
On this latest installment of the Attitude of Aggression, we recap some fairly recent events in what evolved into a Semi-Retro review...of sorts. The second part of the Parabellum theme to the state of pro wrestling continues here as Dave returns to recap the continuing build to War Games and Survivor Series. He also does an in depth review of AEW's Full Gear PPV, the third PPV under the AEW banner. The episode then concludes with Big Dave being joined by PC Tunney of the DWI Podcast and a late run-in by the one and only Chris Platt from The Chairshot.com's Pod Is War podcast. The three old friends discuss some great topics, such as the return of CM Punk, the Jordan Myles controversy, Full Gear, and much more. Highlights of this way too long episode include: The continuing invasion of Raw and SmackDown by NXT, Seth Rollins v. Adam Cole, Cody's promo of the year, the OC showing up at Full Sail, all the results from Full Gear, the Kabuki Warriors continued dominance of the WWE Women's Tag Division, Scorpio Sky pinning Chris Jericho, the brutal ladder match between Mia Yim and Io Shirai, and Daniel Bryan's journey to his match vs The Fiend at Survivor Series. All that and much more on Episode 262.
299 minutes | Nov 14, 2019
Parabellum Part 1- Episode 261
On Episode 261, Big Dave returns to recap recent events in the world of pro wrestling. Recorded in multiple parts over a span of two weeks, we run the gamut of emotions as the Washington National went from the brink of disaster to 2019 World Series Champions. Meanwhile, the pro wrestling world prepared for war. It was not just the Big 4 war brewing between Wednesday Night rivals NXT and AEW, Raw, and SmackDown, it was the warzone existing within each brand respectively. Highlights of this Episode include: The rise of Humberto Carillo, The Street Profits vs The OC, the conclusion of the AEW Tag Team Championship tournament, Jon Moxley and PAC going to a time limit draw, the Kabuki Warriors returning to NXT to defend the Women's Tag Titles, Keith Lee, Dominik Dijakovic and Roderick Strong tearing the house down, Brock Lesnar's attack of Rey Mysterio and Cain Velsaquez, the return of Drew McIntyre to Raw, the contract signing between Cody and Jericho for the AEW Championship match at Full Gear, Moxley v Omega becoming a Lights Out match, Finn Balor's fiery promo, War Games beginning to take shape, , and the NXT invasion of Friday Night SmackDown. Also on this Episode, we recap and review Crown Jewel 2, a historic event from Saudi Arabia and the first of the Saudi shows that did not feel like a glorified house show. It was an event with real ramifications and we touch on this here on Episode 261. Latin for "prepare for war" is parabellum (as anyone who has seen John Wick 3 will tell you) hence the title of this Episode. The wrestling world prepares for war on multiple fronts and we begin our look at a very exciting time here on this Episode.
233 minutes | Oct 25, 2019
Inner Circles And Draft Dodgers- Episode 260
On Episode 260, Big Dave returns to do a two week recap of recent events in WWE, NXT, and AEW. A special focus of this Episode is the 2019 WWE Draft. What was good about it, what was bad about it, and which brand came out on top? Big Dave has a full analysis of the Draft here on Episode 260. We also discuss the build to Crown Jewel II, that feels less like a glorified house show and more like a blatant attempt to grab the attention of boxing and MMA fans and to try and convert them into WWE fans. That and some very curious matches being set up in the wake of the Draft. Over on NXT, the black and gold brand continues to deliver quality with Lio Rush capturing the NXT Cruiserweight Championship, Keith Lee and Dominck Dijakovic putting on another classic, and Damien Priest continuing to make a strong case for consideration as a top contender for either of the men's singles titles in NXT. But three weeks into the Wednesday Night War and AEW has definitely gotten the attention of the wrestling world. On this Episode, we take a look at Chris Jericho's Inner Circle and his AEW Championship defense against Darby Allin. Jon Moxley can't seem to make friends as his issues with Kenny Omega persisted, as well as new hostilities with PAC. All that plus some surprising results in the AEW Tag Team Championship tournament. We cover all that and much more on Episode 260. If you missed anything the past two weeks, we have you covered right here.
192 minutes | Oct 11, 2019
Al Snow Interview Plus A Week For The Ages- Episode 259
Episode 259 is one of the most important ones in the history of the podcast. It begins with an awesome interview with the one and only Al Snow. Al was gracious enough to spend about 25 minutes talking to Big Dave about his purchase of OVW, what makes his wrestling academy unique, the 24/7 Championship, the similarities and differences between the Monday Night Wars and the Wednesday Night Wars, and much more. There is a wealth of information in this interview and new wrestlers, in particular, will definitely want to tune in. From there, Big Dave recaps one of the most important weeks in the history of pro wrestling. On this Episode we discuss the season debut of Monday Night Raw, the debut of Friday Night SmackDown on Fox, the beginning of the Wednesday Night War between NXT and AEW Dynamite, and we also discuss one of the more controversial PPVs in recent memory, Hell In A Cell '19. Included in the discussion are: Brock Lesnar's attack of Rey Mysterio and his son; Brocks destruction of Kofi Kingston on SmackDown; the emergence of Cain Velasquez in WWE; The Rock's return to SmackDown; Tyson Fury showing up in WWE; three huge championship matches, and two huge returns, on NXT; the crowning of the AEW Women's Champion; the emergence of a mega-faction in AEW; Shane McMahon getting fired: and the great, good, bad, and downright ugly from the Hell In A Cell PPV this past weekend. If you missed anything that happened in what was absolutely a week for the ages, we have you covered here on Episode 259.
216 minutes | Oct 1, 2019
Kings, Fiends, Beasts And Prophecies- Episode 258
While the title for Episode 258 might sound more like the latest installment in the Final Fantasy or Elder Scrolls series than anything pro wrestling related, it actually accurately describes the state of WWE over the past two weeks. Here on Episode 258, Big Dave is back to recap the last two weeks in WWE and NXT. And what an eventful two weeks it has been as we now stand on the brink of the onset of the Wednesday Night Wars. Highlights of topics discussed here on this Episode are: Fallout from Clash of Champions, the crowing of the 2019 King of The Ring, The Beast challenging Kofi Kingston to a WWE Championship match on the SmackDown debut on Fox, NXT's first two live 2 hour shows, the fulfilling of Adam Cole's undisputed prophecy, The Fiend terrorizing Seth Rollins, Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch agreeing to face each other inside Hell In A Cell, the first British Rounds match in NXT UK history, Imperium invading NXT, Kushida standing up to Walter, Brian Kendrick turning heel, Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon putting their careers on the line, Candice Lerae and Matt Riddle emerging as #1 contenders, and much more. Get ready for one of the biggest weeks in pro wrestling history this coming week by making sure you are caught up with all that went down the past 2 weeks by tuining in to Episode 258 here.
198 minutes | Sep 22, 2019
Clash Of Champions 2019- Episode 257
Episode 257 is all about Clash Of Champions 2019. Big Dave does a 2 week recap of all the events on Raw and Smackdown Live leading into last weekends PPV. He also covers all of the developments on NXT as they got ready for the shift to the live 2-hour format on USA, as well as 2 weeks of action on 205 Live and some NXT UK in the wake of Takeover: Cardiff. Key events discussed are the Quarter-Finals and Semi-Finals of the King of the Ring Tournament, Bayley's shocking heel turn, Johnny Gargano's decision about his future in NXT, Lince Dorado earning a Cruiserweight Championship opportunity, two nights of action at Madison Square Garden for the first time in a decade, Rhea Ripley getting a shot at Shayna Baszler, the Grizzled Young Veterans attempt to reclaim the NXT UK Tag Titles, and much more. From there, Big Dave recaps Clash of Champions 2019. With all the WWE gold on the line, who retained their titles and who was crowned as new champions? Would Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman implode? Did Charlotte Flair become a 10x Champion? Did The Boss dethrone The Man? Did The Viper end Kofimania? Would Roman Reigns get a modicum of revenge against Erik Rowan? Who left North Carolina as the Universal Champ....and perhaps became the next victim of The Fiend in the process? We have all the answers and analysis you could want right here on Episode 257.
219 minutes | Sep 13, 2019
NXT UK Steals The Show- Episode 256
August 31, 2019 was going to be a historic day in pro wrestling. After all, AEW was going to host its second ever major PPV, All Out, in Chicago, IL, in the same building where All In created a movement that led to the birth of the All Elite Wrestling. To say excitement and anticipation were at an all-time high would not be much of an overstatement. But, a funny thing happened on the way to All Out. Earlier in the day, halfway across the globe, in Cardiff, Wales, NXT UK was also hosting its second major event, NXT UK Takeover: Cardiff. Both shows were excellent, but Takeover: Cardiff might have actually been the better show. Opinions have varied widely on this topic and on Episode 256, Big Dave is back to recap both of these huge events and much more. With Clash of Champions looming this weekend, Big Dave begins by recapping events in WWE, NXT, and NXT UK between August 20 - August 31, 2019. Highlights include continuing recaps of the King of The Ring matches, an incredible rematch between Keith Lee and Dominick Dijakovic, Killian Dain and Matt Riddle destroying each other, Sasha Banks's explanation, a massive tag team gauntlet match, the ongoing Roman Reigns saga, Rhea Ripley showing up in NXT and the Undisputed Era making history by becoming the first ever 3x NXT Tag Champs. From there, Big Dave recaps NXT UK Takeover: Cardiff. It was a night of incredible action, title changes, a brutal Last Man Standing match, and a Main Event that will certainly gain consideration for Match of the Year. Who would answer Cesaro's open challenge in Cardiff? Who was the Last Man Standing between Dave Mastiff and Joe Coffey? Did Flash Morgan Webster and Mark Andrews make history? How did Kay Lee Ray defeat Toni Storm mentally before she beat her to take the NXT UK Women's Championship? Could Tyler Bate do the unthinkable by defeating the unbeatable, Walter, with the WWE UK Championship on the line? What made this card so great? We cover it all for you on Episode 256. We then close things out be reviewing AEW's All Out. Make no mistake, this was a tremendous card as well. Did Kenny Omega fail to adequately adjust his strategy against PAC? Who would end up challenging each other for the AEW Women's Championship on the October 2 debut episode on TNT? Could Cody Rhodes gain a measure of revenge against the main who blasted a chair into his head, Shawn Spears? Did the Young Bucks and Lucha Brothers have the greatest ladder match of all-time? And how did Chris Jericho defeat Hangman Page to become the first ever AEW World Champion? We recap all the events from this amazing event and recap whether NXT's British cousin actually stole the weekend from AEW. Tune in to Episode 256 for all this and more.
216 minutes | Aug 24, 2019
Glacier & Generation Iron Talk Spectrum Slam; Summer Slam Fallout; AEW V. NXT- Episode 255
Episode 255 is a really special one. We kick things off by speaking with the one and only Glacier. A 30+ year veteran, the former WCW competitor talks to Big Dave about his teaming with Generation Iron this Saturday in St. Peters, Missouri for The Spectrum Slam, a great event presented by Dynamo Pro Wrestling, Fighting for Autism, and Car Shield. Glacier talks about that match, some of his most memorable moments in WCW, offers his thoughts on the possible Wednesday Night Wars and provides some advice for new wrestlers. Big Dave then gets a chance to speak to his partners, Generation Iron, about the match this Saturday, tag team wrestling in general, how the two former rivals became such an effective team, and much more. Dynamo Pro's Luke Roberts then returns to the show to run down this weekends big card as he and Dave preview what should be a tremendous night at The Spectrum Slam. From there, Dave recaps all the big events in the wake of Summer Slam. This includes recaps of Raw, Smackdown, NXT and NXT UK for the week of 8/12/19, as well as a recap of the most recent installment of Raw from 8/19/19. Highlighted topics include the return of the King of the Ring Tournament as well as the return of "The Boss" Sasha Banks. Have Randy Orton and The Revival formed another powerful faction....and can The New Day survive them? Buddy Murphy took major steps forward just in time for the KOTR Tournament. Who is Dave picking to win it all? Tune in to Episode 255 to find out. We close this Episode off by talking about the big news stories of the week, namely NXT's move to USA directly opposite AEW's show. Is this the dawning of the Wednesday Night Wars and, more importantly, did AEW wake the sleeping giant? We explore these issues and much more on Episode 255.
223 minutes | Aug 21, 2019
Summer Slam 2019 Super Recap- Episode 254
On Episode 254, Big Dave returns to recap one of the biggest weekends of the year in pro wrestling....Summer Slam. The 2019 edition of the Biggest Party of the Summer had all the drama you would expect from a Big 4 PPV and lasting ramifications for WWE moving forward. On this Episode, Dave recaps the two weeks leading into Summer Slam '19 and NXT Takeover Toronto II by reviewing Raw, Smackdown Live, and NXT leading into those two mega events. From there, we move into the review of NXT Takeover: Toronto II. NXT has been the center of wrestling news the past couple of days and Takeover Toronto II, and the fall out from that event, had a lot to do with that. With all of the NXT Championships on the line, the event lived up to the hype. Big Dave reviews the event here on Episode 254, including the final chapter of the epic rivalry between Adam Cole and Johnny Gargano. Also included on this Episode is a preview of Summer Slam '19 recorded just prior to the event. That is then followed up with the Summer Slam '19 review. It was a very good PPV, even though nothing truly shocking happened. How did Seth Rollins manage to slay The Beast yet again? How did "The Man" Becky Lynch and Bayley put away the latest challengers to their respective Championships? How did Charlotte Flair become the Queen of all Eras? Does The Fiend have one of the coolest entrances ever?And why did the outcome of Kofi Kingston v Randy Orton feel vaguely familiar to certain things that went down last year? Big Dave breaks it all down for you and contemplates might it all might mean moving forward here on this Super Recap of Summer Slam weekend for 2019.
132 minutes | Aug 4, 2019
Rematches, Retreads, Rinse, Repeat- Episode 253
On Episode 253, we take a look at some of the recent build to some of the biggest events of the summer: NXT Takeover Toronto II, Summer Slam '19, and NXT UK Takeover: Cardiff. Along the way, we question why Summer Slam is shaping up to be filled with rematches and retreads of things we have seen before? Is this what Summer Slam needs and are there enough subtle differences to make this year's biggest party of the summer worth watching? Meanwhile, the Main Event of NXT Takeover: Toronto II took shape as Johnny Cargano and Adam Cole each chose their respective stipulations for their huge NXT Championship match coming up in Toronto. Who has the edge now? Along the way, a tremendous Triple Threat for the North American Championship was booked and we explore why it might be the perfect matchup for those involved. We also discuss 205 Live, ponder whether Imperium might be the most powerful faction in WWE, and discuss AEW's big announcement of their debut episode coming to TNT on Wednesday 10/2/19. Are the Wednesday Night Wars upon us.....and is picking a fight with NXT smart on the part of AEW? We then close out this Episode with a Watch Along. Shortly after WrestleMania, Big Rick and Big Dave got together to watch one of the greatest WrestleMania matches of all-time: "Macho Man" Randy Savage vs Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat from WrestleMania III. So join us on Episode 253, fire up your WWE Network, and watch along with us as we relive one of the best matches ever!
339 minutes | Jul 28, 2019
Out Of Hibernation- Episode 252
After a three month hiatus, The Attitude Of Aggression returns to talk about AEW's Fight For The Fallen, WWE's Extreme Rule 2019, and Raw Reunion. We also rundown The Chairshot.com's Mid-Season Awards and do a Semi-Retro Review opf NXT Takeover: New York and WrestleMania 35.
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