The Wrestling Brethren are back again, and Josh and Seth are providing their on-site reports from AEW’s ALL OUT pay-per-view. Jarret provides his insights from watching at home on TV. Before getting to that show, the Brethren discuss the Top 10 wrestlers revealed in the new PWI 500 listing. They discuss if people were slotted in the correct order or not. Join us for this great episode and hear if All Out was really ALL it was cracked up to be.
Josh, Seth, and Jarret are back to provide their predictions for AEW’s All Out happening on Sunday, September 5, 2021. The return of C.M. Punk! Surprise debuts could be plentiful! Will Chris Jericho end up retiring from in-ring competition? Will any titles change hands? The answers – or predictions – to these questions and more are discussed on this episode! The Wrestling Brethren also discuss some news items of the week. Why was Monday Night RAW bad and disjointed… again. Who will be in charge of the “new NXT”? Will WrestleMania 38 be one night or two? Finally, we briefly discuss Nick Aldis losing the NWA World Title, after a reign lasting beyond 1,000 days.
The Brethren are back again to discuss the worst kept secret in professional wrestling – the RETURN OF C.M. PUNK! Chicago welcomed their home town hero, and our very own Seth was at the scene! We discuss everything Cookie Monster Punk, everything Chick Magnet Punk, everything Chicago Made Punk – and even some Phil Brooks references – on this “raw emotion” episode!
The Wrestling Brethren are here to discuss the topics that have the wrestling world buzzing! They cover WWE, NXT, AEW, IMPACT!, and everyone who is flying through the Forbidden Door! On this episode, they discuss the most recent round of WWE releases that impacted NXT’s brand, they discuss Smackdown from August 13th, Rampage from August 13th, IMPACT’s World Title picture, and so much more! You should tune in to this great episode to hear all the latest from the Brethren!
Seth, Jarret, and Josh are here again to discuss the June 2nd releases from WWE (Braun Strowman, Aleister Black, Buddy Murphy, Ruby Riott, Lana, and Santana Garrett). Then the Brethren go over the results from AEW’s Double or Nothing Pay-Per-View. We all picked the same, but how did we do? Tune in and find out!
The Brethren are here to discuss, preview, and predict AEW’s Double or Nothing show for 2021. It will be AEW’s first show since the start of the pandemic, to feature a “full house” of wrestling fans. The atmosphere should be great. But before we get there, Seth, Jarret, and Josh have to provide their thoughts and predictions — and something happens on this episode that has NEVER happened before on the podcast! Tune in to this great episode to find out what it is!
Josh and Seth are here to discuss the results of AEW Revolution. They break down all the fallout from the AEW pay-per-view, they discuss THAT final segment, and how it ties into future story lines moving forward. They also breakdown some of the important segments of the next Dynamite. How did the show come off, and how did The Brethren do in their predictions? Tune in to this great episode to find out!
The Brethren are here to preview and predict AEW’s second installment of Revolution! Of course, last year’s card was the final pay-per-view before the start of the global pandemic that ended fans in arenas… and pretty much anywhere else. This year, the show continues to emanate from Daley’s Center in Jacksonville, Florida. The main event features AEW’s first foray into the Exploding Barbed Wire Death Match. Other matches include title defenses, another Casino Battle Royal – this time for the tag team division, and a ladder match! Who will have the best night of predictions? Tune in to this great episode to find out!
Jarret and Josh are back again, and this time they are discussing the passing of Pat Patterson, and what a legend he was in the business. Then the Brethren turn their attention towards how bad and nonsensical WWE Creative Booking is overall. Josh brings up a recent story reported about Chelsea Green and Mickie James. They also discuss a “fantasy booking segment by Adam Blampied on the Smackdown Hacker story line. It is something that WWE story lines are not: complete with a beginning, middle, and ending. Yes, this was recorded on Wednesday, and big things happened in AEW, but the guys deferred that discussion to a future episode.
Josh and Jarret are back at it again, reviewing the PPV that was AEW Full Gear 2020. They go over every match, share their thoughts, and where things might go in the near future. Additionally, they cover the recent announcement by the AEW Games division – with one console game and two mobile games on the horizon. 2021 is shaping up to be BIG for wrestling gamers!