Joe and Kurt are back! This week is all about the AEW Continental Classic, fallout from Full Gear, Survivor Series, and missing the old tag matches it used to feature. And that’s it. There’s nothing else notable to discuss.
Joe and Kurt are back, and this show starts off all about this weekend’s Full Gear PPV and the ramifications of the main event. Then it’s onto who the new mystery signing in AEW will be, before talking some WWE Survivor Series War Games matches.
Before Joe and Kurt discuss this weekend’s Crown Jewel PLE, Joe needs to clear the air first.
Joe and Kurt are back! This week they discuss the results and fallout of WWE Fastlane, before veering into AEW and Sting’s big announcement. Then it’s about the surprises of the PWI Women’s top 250, and then… NWA news?
Joe and Kurt dive into Adam Copeland’s arrival in AEW and why he’s bigger for them than CM Punk. Then they get into Tuesday night’s battle between Dynamite and NXT for ratings supremacy.
Joe and Kurt go through all the recent WWE releases and awe at the career of Dolph Ziggler. Then it’s all about CM Punk, Edge, and Jade Cargill ahead of this weekend’s WrestleDream and No Mercy events.
Joe and Kurt are baaaack. This week, it’s about the WWE-UFC TKO merger and its next steps. Then its onto AEW’s excising of CM Punk before talking other AEW exits and WWE returns! There’s just too much for one synopsis!
Joe and Kurt are back, and in a fit of deja vu, are talking about CM Punk in a fight backstage instead of the actual AEW PPV. After that, it’s onto WWE’s Payback and AEW’s All Out this weekend! (Save me from this CM Punk madness.)
With the show starting on a somber note, Joe and Kurt discuss the tragedies of Terry Funk’s passing and the shocking death of Windham Rotunda. Then its back inside the ring to figure out where The Bloodline goes following SummerSlam. Then the boys talk this weekend’s AEW All In Mega-event in Wembley.
Joe and Kurt are back! This week it’s about previewing this weekend’s SummerSlam in Detroit before talking AEW and ESPN’s list of top wrestlers under 30.