John Pollock & Wai Ting review every tournament match from the G1 Climax 28. Day 9 (July 27) is headlined by Kazuchika Okada vs. YOSHI-HASHI and Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Togi Makabe. We discuss what we thought was perhaps the worst match of the G1 thus far, our pick for A Block’s MVP halfway into the tournament, and a Baseball Mogul update.
John Pollock & Nate Milton review Impact Wrestling’s ‘Slammiversary’ card from Toronto with Austin Aries vs. Moose for the Impact title, Pentagon Jr. vs. Sami Callihan in a Mask vs. Hair Match, Santana & Ortiz vs. Hernandez & Homicide, and we are joined by Wai Ting for a live report after attending the card.
John Pollock speaks with Colt Cabana on his recent victory in court alongside CM Punk, the process of going through the legal system, the toll it has taken, the charges and amount being asked by Dr. Amann’s side, his decision to document the trial on his podcast, and the unexpected comedy that came from the trial.
In the first edition of the POST PROFILE, we go in-depth on the career of Ken Shamrock. John Pollock spoke to the UFC Hall of Famer about his rise within mixed martial arts, his roots in professional wrestling, helping to form Pancrase, the rise of the UFC in the 90’s, signing with the World Wrestling Federation, the importance of UFC 40 and the legacy he has carved out.
John Pollock is joined by Keep It 2000’s Nate Milton to review Impact Wrestling’s Redemption pay-per-view. The two go through the full card and take your live feedback from the event. They discuss the state of Impact Wrestling in 2018, what worked and what didn’t on the show, and whether or not Impact Wrestling has been “redeemed”.
John Pollock and Wai Ting present a special POST Wrestling tribute to the late Bruno Sammartino, who passed away on Wednesday at the age of 82. The two are joined by Dan “The Mouth” Lovranski to chat about Sammartino’s incredible legacy, his two runs as WWWF champion, his biggest drawing programs, his appeal to his audience as the ultimate hero and why the city of Toronto was such an integral part of Sammartino’s career.