Burning Spirits Supercoven
Posted 25 August 2017 - 02:26 PM
Posted 01 September 2017 - 03:53 PM
Were back from beyond this week on Burning Spirits, as we review the big AJPW 45th anniversary show from Sumo Hall.
We break down every single match, including a monstrous main event. We share our thoughts and feelings on some potentially controversial booking decisions throughout the show and look forward into the fall for All Japan and Shuji Ishikawa. We then hop over to Big Japan to briefly talk about the two title matches from the Death Mania V show, including a very hyped death match! Listen to all of us give our thoughts on this match, and listen as Brennan shares a revelation so shocking it has sent the podcast into an existential crisis.
Yuma Aoyagi vs Taichi
KAI/Naoya Nomura vs Strong BJ
Kento Miyahara vs Shuji Ishikawa
Hideki Suzuki vs Daichi Hashimoto (BJW 8/19)
Masaya Takahashi vs Masashi Takeda (BJW 8/19)
Posted 11 September 2017 - 10:33 AM
What better way to do a live watch of DDTs recent Campsite Wrestling match than with two people who have never really watched wrestling before? No better way, thats what!
With Kevin down for the count this week, Drew is joined by his lovely wife Isabelle and Brennan is joined by his lovely fiancee Zoraya for a bewildering introduction to DDT via Campsite Wrestling! Listen for the confused silence, the nervous laughter, hilarious reactions, and genuine confusion as these two wonderful women attempt to navigate the insanity they see unfolding before them. I will say this, this episode rewards the listener for listening through to the end, so dont give up!
Posted 15 September 2017 - 03:01 PM
This week on Burning Spirits Drew is joined by Timothy Robert Buechner (@luchaundead) to review Wrestle-1s biggest show of the year: Wrestle-1 2017 Pro-Wrestling LOVE in YOKOHAMA!
We break down every match and discuss the all the young talent active in the promotion right now. We move onto the main event and hit on a variety of topics including the continued progression of emerging ace Shotaro Ashino, Jiros incredible ability to integrate his character, match structure, selling, each wrestlers individual performance, and overall opinions of the match. We also diverge throughout the episode and talk about the strong imagery & aesthetic of the band Crass, Metallicas real life Spinal Tap Some Kind of Monster, and Lemmy from Motörhead
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