RAR 4/22/19: Never Rest & Never Rust, MITB title match, Firefly Fun House
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RAR 4/22/19: Never Rest & Never Rust, MITB title match, Firefly Fun House

The mysterious Superstar Shakeup continued with more roster moves reflected on the show, a pair of three-way matches took place with the winners facing off to determine Seth Rollins’ next challenger for the Universal title, an insane re-introduction of Bray Wyatt, the transformation of Bobby to Robert Roode, an update on The Vikings and their call-up experience, and a three-hour build up to a Baron Corbin main event.

David Lagana on NWA’s reality-based storytelling, Crockett Cup | Café Hangout (4/18/19)
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David Lagana on NWA’s reality-based storytelling, Crockett Cup | Café Hangout (4/18/19)

John Pollock and Wai Ting welcome NWA Vice President David Lagana to discuss the revival of The Crockett Cup tag team tournament, the selection process of participants such as Yuji Nagata, PCO and The Rock ’n’ Roll Express, the importance of basing storylines on reality in the Cody vs. Nick Aldis build-up to ALL IN, and how he and Billy Corgan want to make the most out of the average wrestling fan’s limited supply of time.

upNXT 4/18/19: The NXT Experience
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upNXT 4/18/19: The NXT Experience

Braden Herrington and Davie Portman review this week’s edition of WWE NXT featuring an instant TV classic for the North American championship between Velveteen Dream & Buddy Murphy, a heated segment between The Undisputed Era & Johnny Gargano, Shayna Bazler vs. Kairi Sane for the NXT Women’s Championship with a heartbreaking ending… and more.

WWE WrestleMania 35 POST Show
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WWE WrestleMania 35 POST Show

John Pollock & Wai Ting review WWE WrestleMania 35 from the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. We discuss our live experience attending the longest show in WWE history featuring Becky Lynch defeating Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair in the first women’s WrestleMania main event, Kofi Kingston defeats Daniel Bryan in one of the best moments in WrestleMania history, Seth Rollins defeats Brock Lesnar in the show opener, and much more.