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62 minutes | a year ago
Episode 6 - Too depressed for wrestling
This episode has it all: poor mental health, burnout, bad sound quality with a can-do attitude. We also talk a little bit about wrestling too, specifically our trip to see Eve's Wrestlequeendom 2 and our thoughts on Session Goth Martina, Charlie Morgan's farewell, and our introduction to Stardom. But mostly we talk about a very relatable subject: when you are too depressed to watch wrestling, with some additional rants about capitalism, chats about internalised misogyny, and Gentleman Jack. Content warnings for talk about the diet industry and fatphobia as we absolutely tear down the abhorrent current Cancer Research fat shaming ads. I swear this is a wrestling podcast.
55 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 5 - Friends Forever
This is a real emotional episode as we pay tribute to one of our fave wrestlers and lover of butts and meat: Kris Wolf. We talk through the emotional rollercoaster which was her retirement show at Pro-Wrestling Eve and why it was maybe our favourite wrestling show of all time. Seeing her friends say goodbye to her in the ring was a LOT. Friendships in wrestling is honestly what attracted us to this ridiculous form of entertainment forever. The loyalty, emotional bonds, jealousy, and inevitable betrayal ending nothing but deep-seated respect is a thing of beauty and keeps us coming back for more. From our love of Kris Wolf to saying goodbye to Dean Ambrose, to why fans lack of respect for Sasha Banks is based on racism and sexism, to why all wrestlers should join a union. It's a real humdinger.
46 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 4 - Unladylike
Zines and wrestling are our two loves and in this episode we chat diy self-publishing and who controls the narrative of wrestling history with Heather Bandenburg. Heather is a wrestler, a ref, a zinester, wrestling historian, and all round rebel grrrl hero and we chat about not knowing who the Undertaker is and why it doesn't matter and her upcoming book Unladylike: a Grrl's Guide to Wrestling.
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