5 of 6 Fastlane main event competitors face off in this go-home edition of SmackDown as Sami Zayn attempts to convince Kevin Owens of his allegiance and AJ Styles aims to protect the purity of his WrestleMania main event against Shinsuke Nakamura. Plus, full recaps of Mixed Match Challenge and 205 Live!
John Pollock and Wai Ting review the NJPW 46th Anniversary Show headlined by Kazuchika Okada vs. Will Ospreay in a special non-title challenge between fellow Chaos champions. Also featuring Minoru Suzuki vs. Togi Makabe for the IWGP Intercontinental Championship, Tetsuya Naito vs. Taichi in Taichi’s heavyweight debut and more.
Is NJPW too conservative with their global expansion? Are the glory days of the UFC over? How do we feel about putting our content behind a paywall? Do Wai’s parents understand what he does for a living? These topics discussed and more as John Pollock and Wai Ting answer any and all of their patrons’ questions from the POST Wrestling Forum.
John Pollock and WH Park go through the highlights from the New Beginning in Osaka card, the reunion of The Golden Lovers and reaction at the Honor Rising shows, a preview of next week’s 46th Anniversary card for New Japan, a breakdown of the New Japan Cup brackets with opening round predictions, Golden Lovers vs. Young Bucks in Long Beach, All Japan’s recent Yokohama event and Champion Carnival lineup, the new All Japan streaming service, WH’s live reports from Stardom and Dragon Gate, and lots more on a packed show!
Martin, Oli Court and Benno are back to talk Over The Top Homecoming (featuring Keith Lee vs Mike Bailey and Zack Sabre Jr. vs Travis Banks), ICW Square Go (30 Man Rumble match), Benno provides a live report from the Tetsujin Shoot-Style event, Progress Chapter 63 Take Me Underground and Apollo Crews making his return to PCW.
John Pollock and Wai Ting dig into the WWE Network’s newly released Coliseum Home Video Classics archive to review Battle at the Royal Albert Hall. Highlighted by a 20-Man Battle Royal for the “prestigious” Royal Samovar Trophy, the show features early 90’s appearances from Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair, Roddy Piper, The Undertaker, The Legion of Doom and of course, The British Bulldog in his home country.