Jun 4th, 2018
The Wrestling Estate's David Gibb and Juice Make Sugar's Nick Bond are here to provide a pleasantly in-depth weekly discussion on what makes professional wrestling, well, professional wrestling. And what that means for the rest of the world.
Because we live their lives on the end of a lightning bolt and do not apologize for that, we've decided to try something slightly different for this week's topic, Slasher Films: After we spend some time dissecting the finer points of Big Van Vader's Mastodon mask, Nick sits down with NYWC's Rich Kasin and Andy Miller to talk about slasher films and monster heels, before coming back to end the show with Dave's breakdown of the Tupelo Concession Stand Brawl and its violent ramifications throughout wrestling history.
If you liked the theme song, "Dog of War" by Dylan's band The Hell Yeah Babies, you should buy their album All The Things You Believe on Bandcamp