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Happy Turkey Day! It may be a holiday but your favorite retro wrestling podcast doesn't take days off. A perfect way to celebrate the day is with our discussion of the 1997 event featuring possibly the greatest Halloween Havoc match of all time.
Was Raw or Smackdown triumphant last night? How did we all celebrate the Undertaker's 30th anniversary? Continuing the singles runs from your trios tag team champions, Matty Treats reacts to last night's WWE Survivor Series pay per view.
You know what's great? This podcast. And we have another fun filled episode for you today. This is the first Halloween Havoc in the nWo era and the entire landscape of WCW has changed.
Happy Monday morning. Did any wrestling news happen since last week? Welcome to the first edition of Kevin's Soapbox. The Masked Library is solo on today's episode of The Run In, but he has something to say about wrestling.
Oh baby! It's finally time for one of the most memorable, most iconic moments in wrestling history. When wrestling fans are asked to name the greatest matches of all time, certain names are guaranteed to come up. Flair, Hart, Michaels, and of course Sumo Monster Trucks.
Good Monday morning! On today's special episode of The Run In, Matty Treats breaks down Saturday night's All Elite Wrestling pay per view - Full Gear. Joining him to discuss every match is the 4th member of the trios tag team champions - Krone Meltzer.
Today is the end of an era. Finally, after becoming the biggest champions of the 1980s in separate companies, Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair will collide.
Your trios tag team champions do it once again. We put the retro back into public consciousness and WWE hears us. Much like In Your House returned earlier this year, the NXT brand has brought back Halloween Havoc after 20 years in dormancy.
When an idea works, the best thing to do is use the idea again. That's right. It's time to Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal once more! WCW's history of bad match endings is apparent and our anger grows over the course of this show.
Usually our listeners have the pleasure of waking up with your trios tag team champions. This Monday, wake up with the same person one of the hosts wakes up with. Today is a Hellions take over as the Masked Library Kevin Hellions is joined by his wife, Mrs Hellions, for the entire episode.
It's time. Time for the most famous phrase in Halloween Havoc history. It's time to... Spin the Wheel. Make the Deal! Sting must spin a wheel full of dangerous specialty matches and accept whichever one the wheel finally lands on.
The House Show fantasy draft is over and the listeners have raised many complaints and concerns. We bring on super fan and internet wrestling community sensation Krone Meltzer to speak for the fans. Krone breaks down the hits and misses from a fan point of view. All three of your co-hosts get what's coming to them.
It’s time for “an evening of terrifying destruction”! The evening begins with one of the most infamous matches in Havoc history – the Chamber of Horrors! The night ends with a two out of three falls battle for the WCW World Heavyweight title when champion Lex Luger takes on Ron Simmons.
We start the day like we start all good days - with breakfast Skittles! Some birthday party talk. We respond to the recent NXT Halloween Havoc announcement and make our own announcement. Finally we get into rounds 11-20 of our Draft. Check out the rosters for Team Hellions, Hard Knox University, and Treats Brand.
It's time once again to break down all the winners and losers over today's 3 hour wrestling event. Except, this time, someone dropped the ball. Four matches were deleted for the VHS release, and that is the version that the WWE Network airs. But the big matches for the World title, the U.S. title, and tag after tag after tag team match are here in their entirety.
This Friday on Smackdown will begin the 2020 WWE Draft. To get wrestling fans excited and to reminisce, we will be holding our own draft on the next two episodes of The Run In.
Welcome to the newly christened Haunted House Show podcast. For the next 12 weeks we will take a look at the entire NWA/WCW Halloween Havoc series. Every year. Every match.
For this is the official end of the In Your House series. Your trios tag team champions gather together to close up season one. We look back on the past 27 episodes of the In Your House series.
It's here. The culmination of our journey. The end of season one of the House Show. This is the last event in the In Your House series.
GM Jason and Commissioner Mickey give their verdict of the two wrestling movie pitches from SequelQuest EP 123 and declare who wins the TRN trios tag team championship belts.
The Masked Library Kevin Hellions takes over hosting duties with a question for his co-hosts. Could he get into ring shape, and if so - which wrestler body type could he obtain? This conversation goes about as well as can be expected. Matty Treats and the Educator enlighten Kevin about the New Japan G1 Climax 30.
If you smell what the Rock is cookin...then you will know this is the penultimate episode of the WWF In Your House series.
Grab your cream. Grab your sugar. Make a full pot or just a K-Cup. Your Monday morning audio coffee is here. We discuss injuries that changed the course of wrestling. Stalled pushes. Silver lined opportunities. Story line changes and more. Some great examples are given and we would love for the listeners to suggest their own.
You can listen but you can’t touch the greatness that is this episode. Events are set up on one pay per view that pay off three weeks later on the next show. Which means The House Show proudly presents to you – Twin Magic!
So much happened in current day wrestling this week. Too much for one man to keep track of. This Monday morning, Matty Treats is joined by The House Show's fourth Horseman - Krone Meltzer!
Ohhhh baby! It's time once again for your favorite Trios Tag Team champions of the wrestling podcast world to reflect back on this week's installment in the In Your House series. All of this plus a huge announcement on the future of the podcast!
Your Monday morning aural coffee is here. Start your week off with the House Show crew. This morning we answer a listener question and discuss wrestling video games. Retro stories of all the time we spent playing these games. The state of current day WWE video games. Plus a tease for this Thursday's episode.
The In Your House series may be nearing it's conclusion but your Trios Tag Team champions are not done with this trip down wrestling memory lane. The 1998 Over the Edge event is mostly forgotten and we are here to rectify that. The Austin era is here. Mr McMahon is becoming the biggest heel in wrestling. The Attitude Era continues to rise. We were surprised by this show and you'll be amazed how this late in the series event ranks.
Why is so much happening in wrestling at the same time? We break down the biggest events of the week and give some opinions. We discuss the Thunderdome, NXT TakeOver, AEW, Brodie Lee, Eddie Kingston, Damian Priest, Keith Lee, Karrion Kross, and so much more.
Tonight is a night of firsts. The first Unforgiven event. The first Inferno match. The first evening gown match. All of these first took place April 26, 1998 at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina in front of over 21,000 fans. This is a hot show for more than one reason.