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77 minutes | Mar 12, 2018
Wrestling Unwrapped Reacts: WWE Fastlane 2018
One more stop... the final stop on the road to Wrestlemania, and it could turn into a car crash for some. Tonight, Columbus plays host to what could be the off ramp for some, as WU Reacts to WWE Fastlane Our main event has MAJOR Wrestlemania implications, as AJ Styles battles John Cena, Baron Corbin, Dolph Ziggler, Sami Zayn, and Kevin Owens for the WWE Championship and the right to face Shinsuke Nakamura in New Orleans. Will the dream match become a reality? Or will one of the other 5 turn it into a nightmare? But, all other titles are on the line, as well. Everyone dreams of being a champion in the grandest stage, but only 5 people will be able to live that dream. Can the Usos, Charlotte, and Bobby Roode be able to hold on to their gold to make the big walk at the Superdome? Then, stick around for the big finish, with the best an worst match of the night. The final stop on the road to Wrestlemania takes us to Columbus, as WU Reacts to WWE Fastlane
81 minutes | Feb 26, 2018
Wrestling Unwrapped Reacts: Elimination Chamber 2018
It's the most barbaric stop on the Road to Wrestlemania, and this time, it's a history making stop with a couple of tire changes as WU Reacts to Elimination Chamber 2018. For the first time ever, there is a women's Elimination Chamber match as Alexa Bliss puts her Raw Women's Title on the line against 5 others who want their shot to hold the gold. Can the goddess hold on to her belt? Or does her Road to Wrestlemania take a MAJOR detour? Then, also for the first time ever, 7 men will collide for the right to face Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania. Braun, Roman, Cena, Rollins, Balor, Miz, and Elias all look at a date with Destiny as the Beast awaits them. Who will be assured their spot on the grandest stage and who will be left in the unknown? As always, stay tuned for the big finish, as Patrick, Harry, and Bisko talk the best and worst of the show. The road to Wrestlemania becomes a little clearer as WU Reacts to Elimination Chamber 2018.
106 minutes | Nov 13, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped #51: WWE No Way Out 2004 Review
Wrestling Unwrapped Episode 51 brings you kind of a sad trip into the wrestling archives. November 11th, 2005 wrestling lost one of its true good comeback stories when Eddie Guerrero passed away. Tonight on Wrestling Unwrapped, Harry Broadhurst is joined by special guest co host Jared 'JHawk' Hawkins as they present Eddie's crowning moment in the WWE, his WWE championship win at No Way Out 2004. In addition, Rey Mysterio defends the Cruiserweight Title against Chavo Guerrero Jr and a triple threat match between Kurt Angle, John Cena and Big Show determines the number one contender to the Smackdown Heavyweight title at WrestleMania XX. And though Jared is a guest, we're still hitting the 'Big Finish' with our Best and Worst Match, 'Cash and Trash' and our Final Rating as well. So join us as Wrestling Unwrapped reviews No Way Out 2004.
122 minutes | Nov 6, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped #50: WWE Survivor Series 1997 Review
As WU approaches it's 50th episode, we though about what we could cover for a mommy is occasion. So, we looked in the calendar and realized that a MAJOR anniversary was approaching. One that would change wrestling. So join WU as our 50th episode revolves around... the 1997 Survivor Series. The main event needs no introduction... Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart. It's one of the most controversial moments of all time. However, getting to it is whole other story. We'll talk about everything we can that went into the match that dawned the attitude era. And, of course, stick around for the big finish, with the best and worst matches of the show. It's a night that lives in infamy, and we celebrate it's 20th anniversary, as WU talks about the 1997 Survivor Series and the Montreal Screwjob.
96 minutes | Oct 30, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped #49: WCW Halloween Havoc 1997 Review
Happy Halloween everyone! And what better way to celebrate this spooky day than talking about the scariest thing of all? A hulk Hogan main event... in a cage... as WU reviews WCW Halloween Havoc 1997. It's a match for the ages. Ages 60 and up. Hollywood Hogan battles his longtime rival Rowdy Roddy Piper inside of a steel cage. Will Hogan get past his demons and finally beat Piper? Or will Piper continue to haunt Hogan after all of these years? But that's not all, as Randy Savage faces DDP in a Las Vegas Sudden Death Match. These two have had absolute wars in the year 1997, and we await to see what they can pull off in this last man standing match. And be sure to stick around for the big finish. The ghosts of wrestling paat come back to haunt WCW, and a crow lurks in the shadows, as WU reviews WCW Halloween Havoc 1997.
71 minutes | Oct 23, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped Reacts: WWE TLC 2017 Review
The month, the matches, the stipulations, EVERYTHING'S CHANGED!! It's a night where everything changed in the last 48 hours. While the main match is the same, the competitors have changed in our main match. And, one match was changed to become an international dream match. Will it pay off? We'll find out as WU Reacts to WWE TLC. The main event here is an insanely huge match, as it is the first ever 5 on 3 handicap TLC match, as Miz, Sheamus, Cesaro, Kane, and Braun Strowman team up to take on The Shield... kind of. Due to Roman Reigns being sick, he's been replaced by the returning Olympic Hero, Kurt Angle. Will 12 years away from the WWE affect Kurt badly? Will The Shield be able to overcome this sudden change? Or will this huge alliance be able to make Shield regret getting back together? And then... the sub-main event. You want the pumpkin spice king? Tough. Due to both Bray Wyatt and Sister Abigail being sick, we get a dream match on 2 days notice. The Demon Finn Balor will be there, but his opponent will be... AJ Styles. So we get a legitimate dream match as these two face off for the first time ever. And, of course, stick around for the big finish, featuring the best and worst match of the night. Will the changes affect the matches? Find out as WU Reacts to WWE TLC.
81 minutes | Oct 9, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped Reacts: WWE Hell in a Cell 2017 Review
Every year, there's a night where things get so heated and so intense between people, that they must go to every length to settle it. They must go... to Hell. Tonight is that night as WU Reacts to WWE Hell In A Cell. Two huge Hell in a Cell matches greet us, as the rivalry between KO and Shane goes to a new level. They will battle in side of the Devil's playground. The last time Shane was in a Cell, he paid a huge price. The last time KO was inside, he won. But KO has proven he'll stoop to any level to get the better of Shane, including bringing family into the mix. Shane is a man possessed, but will he pay the price again? Then, in the final chapter of an incredible rivalry, the New Day put their SDL Tag Team Titles on the line against The Usos. Who will have the last laugh? Will the new day make the cell into their playground? Or will it be the dawn of the Uso Penitentiary? Only one way to find do out. Then, stick around for the big finish, with the best and worst match of the night. It's the one ight of the year the WWE goes to hell, as WU Reacts to WWE Hell in a Cell.
99 minutes | Oct 2, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped #48: WWE Bad Blood 1997
As we approach the annual Hell in a Cell pay per view, we also approach a significant anniversary regarding the match that now bears the pay per view names. October 5th will mark the 20th Anniversary of the first time we saw Satan's playground, and WU decided what better anniversary to cover with WWF Badd Blood: In Your House. The main event needs no introduction. Shawn Michaels faces The Undertaker inside of the first Hell in a Cell match to determine who will face Bret Hart for the WWF Championship the following month at Survivor Series (more on THAT one later). Will Taker make HBK pay for his previous transgressions inside of the heinous structure? Or will the Heartbreak Kid walk out of the grueling match with a title shot in his hands? All of this , and more awaits us. And, be sure to stay for the big finish, featuring the best and worst match of the night. It's the 20th Anniversary of the Hell in a Cell, and WU celebrates the only way they know how, with WWF Badd Blood: In Your House
90 minutes | Sep 25, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped Reacts: WWE No Mercy 2017 Review
It's not everyday that you get a huge card like this. A card with a bona-fide double main event of wrestlemania quality, but that's what we have. Who walks out with their championships and legacies in tact? Find out as WU reacts to WWE No Mercy The Universal Title in on the line in a HUGE main event, as Brock Lesnar put his belt up against the monster among men, Braun Strowman. It's rare that Brock has to overcome odds and be the underdog, but here we are. Can Braun become the champion among men? But... that's not the only big fight tonight. As Big Match John faces the Big Dog, with John Cena goes against Roman Reigns. Instead of New Orleans, it happens in LA. Cena jumped to Raw for this match. Will Roman make him regret it and show whose yard it is? Then, stick around for the big finish,with the best and worst match of the night. It's a Wrestlemania type of night in the City of Angels, as WU reacts to WWE No Mercy 2017.
92 minutes | Sep 18, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped #47: NWA Bunkhouse Stampede 1988
In the late 80s, two companies had moved ahead of all others, and we're waging a war unlike any other. Pay per views were being sabotaged, shows run in company's backyards, nothing was off limits. And this was no different, as WU reviews the NWA's 1988 Bunkhouse Stampede Finals. A unique main event greets us as 8 men will wage war in the finals of the bunkhouse stampede, in a battle royal inside of a steel cage, where you want to be the last man in the cage. Who will be able to outlat 7 other men to win the bronze boot and the half a million dollars? Also, the world title is on the line as NWA World Champion Ric Flair puts his title on the line against Road Warrior Hawk. Can the champ retain his belt against the powerful challenger? Or will the Road Warrior become the most powerful man in wrestling? And, as always, stick around for the big finish, inclung the best and worst matches. It's a battle royal unlike any other as WU reviews the 1988 Bunkhouse Stampede Finals.
82 minutes | Sep 11, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped #46: F1RST Wrestling Wrestlepalooza VIII
Sometimes, wrestling doesn't have to be serious. It can be going out to a giant party with music, booze, and a hell of a lot of fun. Not all shows have to be total serious in-ring clinic spectaculars, as this show proves. This is not your normal show. It's a variety show. It's burlesque, it's a concert, it's a lot of booze. It's Wrestlepalooza 8 this week on Wrestling Unwrapped. A huge but small 6 match show awaits, with a huge main event, as the North Star Express put their Tag titles on the line against Red and Silver Ant, The Colony. Will the long time tag team defend their belts in their hometown, or will the ants come marching in to claim the belts? But also, #1 contendership for the Wrestlepalooza Championship is on the line, under strange circumstances. That because it is Heidi Lovelace vs. Kimber Lee vying for the top championship. Who can get a crack at Shiek Ariya Daivari and the Wrestlepalooza Championship? And, as always, be sure to stick around for the big finish, featuring the best and worst match of the show, and the cash and trash of this show. Witness the goofiness and chaotic fun as WU reviews Wrestlepalooza 8
102 minutes | Sep 9, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped #45: Rise 1: Ignite
As with most things, wrestling is always evolving. top wrestlers come and top wrestlers go. But once a steady stream is made, companies need to look to the future for more stars. that's where this company comes in. Join Patrick and Harry as they review the first show for a company dedicated to helping the future of women's wrestling, with Rise 1- Ignite. An unknown factor greets us as this insanely large (14 MATCHES) card, with several #FP0R matches. What is it? we'll find out more as the night goes on, but we're treated to several qualifying matches, featuring stars like Delilah Doom, Angel Dust, Britt Baker, Skilled Death Artist #1, among many others. But, there's other featured talents, as well, as Shayna Baszler puts her AIW Women's Title on the line in a three way elimination match against Ray Lyn and Ayzali. Can the dominant champ continue her reign, especially with Trifecta at her side? or can one of the young upstarts get one over on her and claim the belt? Plus, stick around for the Big Finish, and everything that happens there. The future of women's wrestling starts here, as WU reviews Rise 1- Ignite
113 minutes | Sep 9, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped #44: WWE Summerslam 1998
WU finishes their look back at August 1998 in fine style. The biggest show of the summer goes to the world's most famous arena. It's a highway to hell on the road to Summerslam. Join WU as we travel to the mecca, Madison Square Garden to end our August with Summerslam 1998 It's one of the biggest matches you could have, for the main event. Austin. Undertaker. WWF Championship. The highway to hell ends here for both men. Cam Austin overcome the odds and face off with death and win? Or will The Deadman take his place at the top of the mountain again? But, the semi man event has huge implications as well, as two young stars will battle for the 2nd richest prize they can. The Rock puts his Intercontinental Championship on the line against Triple H in a ladder match. The leader of the Nation faces the leader of DX. Which leader will win this war in New York City? And, as always, stick around for our big finish as we look at the tops and bottoms of this show. The WWF goes home for one night. Who makes the turn off of the Highway to Hell? All of this as WU talks about WWF Summerslam 1998
89 minutes | Sep 9, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped #43: WCW Road Wild 1998
As WU rolls through August 1998, we realize not everything can be good. Boy... do we realize it. WCW once again brings a celebrity into the fold at their summer pay per views. But, this is an interesting one... Join WU as we look at Jay Leno's only venture into the ring with WCW Road Wild 1998. You read that right. Our main event is an unforgettable one as Eric Bischoff and Hollywood Hulk Hogan team up to take on the odd team of Diamond Dallas Page and... Jay Leno. Can the king of late night become the king of the ring, as well? Or wI'll the NWO send Leno back to his show embarrassed and dejected? But that's not all, as The Man is in action. The new WCW World Heavyweight Champion, Goldberg, puts his title and streak on the line in a 9 man battle royal, taking on both NWOs, Wolfpac and Hollywood. Can Goldberg continue The Streak? Or will a new champion be crowned in Sturgis? And, as always, stick around for Cash and Trash, and everything else in the Big Finish. The King of Late Night looks to add a new kingdom, as WU reviews WCW Road Wild 1998.
90 minutes | Aug 8, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped #42: ECW Heatwave 1998
As we approach the dog days of summer, WU decided to once again utilize their idea they used earlier in 2017, and relive the PPVs of the Big 3 from August of 1998. And what better to start the hottest month of the year than with ECW Heatwave 1998? Severse huge matches await the Hara Arena, including the main event, where Buh Buh Ray, D-Von, and Big Dick, the Dudleys, will take on Sandman, Little Spike Dudley, and Tommy Dreamer. Can Tommy gain revenge after the 3D put Beulah out of wresting? Or will the Dudleys put even more carnage next to Beulah in the hospital? And, the tag titles are on the as Sabu and RVD put the belts up against the Japanese icons of Hayabusa and Jinsei Shinzaki (bless you...). Can the dysfunctional tag champs pull another victory from somewhere? Or will they finally be overtaken by the Japanese legends? And, as always, stick around for the best and worst match and cash and trash of the show in our big finish. ECW starts the August 98 reviews in a hot way with their highest regarded show ever, as WU reviews ECW Heatwave 1998
103 minutes | Aug 8, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped #41: PWG DDT4 2015
Tournaments can be wonderful things. Usually with a big prize for whoever wins, they can really help people move up the ranks. But, what about a tournament where the winner is guaranteed a championship by the end of the night? That's what happens as WU goes back to California and reviews the 2015 DDT4 Tournament. The DDT4 tournament takes center stage as the tag titles are on the line in EVERY match the reigning champs are in. The Worlds Cutest Tag Team go into the night with the belts, but will they finish the night with them? Or, will another walk out with belts? Beaver Boys? Everett and Lee? Inner City Machines Guns? Who can survive 3 rounds and walk out with the PWG World Tag Team Championships? But, there's also non-tournament action, including a PWG World Championship match. Roderick Strong puts his title on the line against two of the biggest opponents he's faced in Brian Cage and Chris Hero. Can Roderick survive this match to continue his title reign? And, as always, stick around for our big finish, featuring our best and worst matches and cash and trash. The tag titles are on the line all night long as WU reviews PWG DDT4 2015.
103 minutes | Jul 18, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped #40: PROGRESS Chapter 36 Review: We're Gonna Need a Bigger Room Again
40 episodes in, and WU thought it was about time to go to england. And what better company to cover than one of the most popular in the world. It's a show so big they needed to go to a bigger place. 2 out 3 falls, a triple threat for the title, and a preview of what was to come for the wwe. Join WU as they cover Progress Wrestling Chapter 36: We're Gonna Need a Bigger Room... Again. A massive main event greets us as The Villain Marty Scurll puts his Progress title on the line again Mark Haskins and Tommy End. Can anyone dethrone the only 2 time champ? Or will Marty prove why he is the greatest Progress champ ever? But, all titles are on the line as British Strong Style challenges the London Riots for the Progress Tag Team Titles. And, Rampage Brown and Joe Coffey will battle out in the finals to crown a first ever Atlas Champion. Who walks out with the gold? And, be sure to sure to stick around for the big finish, with the best and worst match and our cash and trash. Progress has a huge show for our 40th episode, and we feel like they do... so be sure to check out WU as they review Progress Chapter 36: We're Gonna Need A Bigger Room... Again
103 minutes | Jul 3, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped #39: WWE NXT Arrival
On this week's Wrestling Unwrapped, Since it's start as a glorified reality show, NXT has helped to nurture the future of the WWE. Then, with the launch of the WWE Network, it was able to be seen in a different light, with it's weekly show. But, what better way to launch itself as a brand, than to announce it's arrival with the first live special in Network history? Join WU as we review it's very first time on WWE Network with NXT Arrival. A massive main event greets us as Adrian Neville and Bo Dallas face off in NXT's first ladder match for Bo's NXT Championship. Can Neville put a red arrow through Bo and take his title? Or will Neville be forced to Bo-lieve? But that's not all as another featured match of Xavier Woods vs. Tyler Breeze. Who walks out of the first NXT Special with their titles? Find out as WU reviews NXT Arrival.
126 minutes | Jul 3, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped #38: ECW One Night Stand 2005
On this Wrestling Unwrapped, Who would've thought that just a simple DVD would lead to huge things? And would help prove what many wrestlers knew already? A lot happens in one extreme night at ECW gets the gang back together. Join WU as we celebrate the 12th anniversary of ECW One Night Stand 2005. The gang's all here as ECW alum return for one night only with several big matches, including the Dudleys vs. Tommy Dreamer and Sandman, and Masato Tanaka vs. Mike Awesome. These brutal matches cap off a hard-hitting, high-flying night. But, there's an elephant in the room as crusaders from Raw and Smackdown threaten to shut down the entire show? Will the Eric Bischoff led Raw and JBL led Smackdown superstars have anything to say by the end of the night? And will JBL manager to not get drunk and become and asshole? Find out on this episode of WU. And, as always, stick around for the best and worst match of the show, and our cash and trash of the show. ECW lives for one night only and the gang is back together as WU reviews ECW One Night Stand 2005.
78 minutes | Jun 19, 2017
Wrestling Unwrapped Reacts: WWE Money in the Bank 2017
It's the one night of the year where everything can change. And this year, EVERYTHING can turn into chaos. Join us as WU Reacts to the history making 2017 edition of WWE Money In The Bank. For the first time since 2013, we have two money in the bank ladder matches, as in the first one, Dolph Ziggler, AJ Styles, Kevin Owens, Shinsuke Nakamura, Baron Corbin, and Sami Zayn face off for a guaranteed WWE Championship match. Who can become the automatic #1 contender and almost guarantee themselves a WWE Title reign? But then, history will be made as for the first time ever, the women of SDL will face off for their own briefcase. Charlotte, Becky Lynch, Carmella, Tamina, and Natalya will battle to see who will be the first Miss Money in the Bank. But, who will they cash in on? Both potential titles are on the line. Jinder Mahal puts his WWE Title on the line against the hometown boy, Randy Orton. Then, Smackdown Womens Champion Naomi puts her belt on the line against The newcoming Ravishing Russian, Lana. Who will leave with their belt? And will anyone pull a Dean Ambrose and cash in the night they win their briefcase? What happens on the night everything changes? Find out as WU Reacts to WWE Money in the Bank.
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