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Between The Sheets

Kris Zellner & David Bixenspan

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Between The Sheets

Between The Sheets

Kris Zellner & David Bixenspan

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Every Monday, Kris Zellner and David Bixenspan go over how a given week in professional wrestling history was covered by the wrestling media, primarily in the "dirt sheet" newsletters. The deepest dive into wrestling history that you can find.



Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/between-the-sheets/donations

Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

Latest Episodes

Ep. #272: October 9-20, 1987

Kris & David are joined by Al Getz (@AlGetzWrestling) to discuss the week-plus that was October 9-20, 1987. We start with the ongoing drama in Jim Crockett Promotions regarding Starrcade coming up, how they are handling booking house shows, and the bitter banter between the UWF guys and the Horsemen on WTBS. We also talk about the debut of Mighty Wilbur, Takeshi Kitano wanting to start his own promotion in Japan, Stampede heating up, the Midnight Rockers leaving Continental, Jerry Lawler & Bill Dundee finally capturing the AWA World Tag Team Titles in Memphis, World Class and many others in dire straits, Mad Dog Vachon’s life-changing car accident, and the WWF taking on the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission. All that and much more; as always when Al joins us, this is a tremendous show, so listen now!!!! Timestamps: 0:00:00 Jim Crockett Promotions 2:18:50 Int’l: AJPW, NJPW, Takeshi Pro Wrestling Co., AJW, David Manning’s tour, Stampede, EMLL, UWA, Eddy Guerrero, & WWC 3:10:53 Classic Commercial Break 3:16:47 Housekeeping/The Amazon Game 3:44:22 Other USA: ICW, CCW, CWA/Memphis, WCCW, Central States, AWA, Mad Dog Vachon, Eddie Sharkey, Portland, & POWW 5:20:36 WWF To support the show and get access to exclusive rewards like special members-only monthly themed shows, go to our Patreon page at Patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets ( http://patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets ) and become an ongoing Patron. Becoming a Between the Sheets Patron will also get you exclusive access to not only the monthly themed episode of Between the Sheets, but also access to our new mailbag segment, a Patron-only chat room on Slack, and anything else we do outside of the main shows! Shop at Amazon via our link ( https://www.amazon.com/?tag=betweenthesheets-20 ) (go here ( https://www.amazon.co.uk/?_encoding=UTF8&tag=btsheets-21 ) for Amazon UKif you’re in Europe)— Nothing extra comes out of your pocket; for you, it’s the same experience you’d get going to Amazon the usual way. For the best in both current and classic indie wrestling streaming, make sure to check out IndependentWrestling.tv ( http://independentwrestling.tv/ ) and use coupon code BTSPOD for a free 5 day trial! (You can also go directly to TinyURL.com/IWTVsheets ( http://tinyurl.com/IWTVsheets ) to sign up that way.) If you convert to a paid subscriber, we get a kickback for referring you, allowing you to support both the show and the indie scene. To subscribe, you can find us on iTunes, Google Play, and just about every other podcast app's directory, or you can also paste Feeds.FeedBurner.com/BTSheets ( http://feeds.feedburner.com/BTSheets ) into your favorite podcast app using whatever “add feed manually” option it has. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/between-the-sheets/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

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Ep. #272: October 9-20, 1987

Ep. #271: October 5-12, 1985

Kris & David are guestless this week as we discuss the week-plus that was October 5-12, 1985. We talk about the big Cotton Bowl show for World Class featuring The Dynamic Duo losing their hair in an epic angle and what *should* have been done after the match…but wasn't. We also talk about the controversial return of Mike Von Erich and the debut of Lance Von Erich on that same show, and how that would affect World Class in the future. We then have Dave Meltzer’s thoughts on Dusty Rhodes facing Ric Flair at Starrcade ’85, Superstar Billy Graham turning babyface, Giant Gustav in New Japan, Meltzer wanting to see footage of Tom Magee, Kevin Sullivan attacking "Trudy Hurd” of “Sports Review Magazine,” Jerry Lawler facing Rick Martel in Nashville, Eddie Gilbert's portrait contest, a WWF spy in Portland, a New York state senator trying to ban pro wrestling, and, of course, Uncle Elmer getting married on Saturday Night's Main Event. There is also tons more, so make sure you listen to ...

307 min1 w ago
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Ep. #271: October 5-12, 1985

Cover 2 Cover Ep. #17: The 1991 PWI 500 Part 6 (#50-#1 & Revisions)

Kris Zellner & Rob Naylor are back with the latest episode of Cover 2 Cover, where we finally finish our miniseries on the 1991 PWI 500; specifically by going over the the top 50 and the list of wrestlers who were mistakenly overlooked from the next issue. We spend a lot of time on these names and we had a helluva blast doing the show. You will definitely be interested in our thoughts on these placements and shocked by some of them, I think. Fantastic show that just can't be missed!!! To support the show and get access to exclusive rewards like special members-only monthly themed shows, go to our Patreon page at Patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets ( http://patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets ) and become an ongoing Patron. Becoming a Between the Sheets Patron will also get you exclusive access to not only the monthly themed episode of Between the Sheets, but also access to our new mailbag segment, a Patron-only chat room on Slack, and anything else we do outside of the main shows! Shop at Amazon ...

194 min1 w ago
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Cover 2 Cover Ep. #17: The 1991 PWI 500 Part 6 (#50-#1 & Revisions)

Ep. #270: September 30-October 6, 2002

Kris & Bix are guestless as we discuss the week that was September 30-October 6, 2002. We talk about Keiji Mutoh officially taking over All Japan Pro Wrestling and all the major changes that would soon be coming to the promotion. We also talk about the rise of Bob Sapp in K-1 as he gets his first big win over Ernesto Hoost and becomes a major mainstream superstar overnight. We then go to New Japan where we talk about Kensuke Sasaki quitting the promotion to go on his own and how it would affect both him and the promotion. We also talk about the Japanese indie scene with lots of results, NWA TNA with news on who may be investing in the promotion, Shocker & Mascara Magica looking for a new member of Los Nuevos Guapos, and ROH vs. XPW in Philadelphia featuring the epic handshake between Rob Feinstein and John Zandig as they call a truce to battle back Rob Black. We then close with the WWE where we talk about Raw & SmackDown, featuring HHH showering with multiple women and the debut of ...

343 min2 w ago
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Ep. #270: September 30-October 6, 2002

Ep. #269: September 22-29, 1993 with Robert O'Connor

Kris & David are joined by Robert O’Connor (@ghostofquinones) to discuss the week-plus that was September 22-29, 1993. We talk about the WWF stripping Shawn Michaels of the Intercontinental Championship and quickly filling the vacancy with Razor Ramon. We also talk about the start of the Ludvig Borga super-push and Undertaker-Yokozuna feud, the rise of Radio WWF, and Titan Sports’ legal team going after bootleggers, which eventually resulted in a lawsuit against RF Video and L&S Comix. We then look at a loaded week in Japan featuring Hulk Hogan capping off a record-breaking house show week for NJPW, Big Bossman/Big Bubba returning to AJPW, a major AJW show flopping at the box office, and much more. We also take a look at Mocho Cota jumping back to CMLL, the seemingly impending takeover of ECW by Jim Crockett and Jim Hudson’s WWN, Dallas woes, a LOT of commission drama Oregon, and much more across North America. Finally, we close out with WCW, where negotiations with Hulk Hogan ha...

344 min3 w ago
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Ep. #269: September 22-29, 1993 with Robert O'Connor

Ep. #268: September 15-22, 1994 with Roy Lucier

Kris & David are joined by Roy Lucier (@RoyLucier) to discuss the week-plus that was September 15-22, 1994. We talk about Jesse Ventura being dropped by WCW, ending his tenure there, and we then talk about the Fall Brawl PPV, featuring the last really good War Games. We also talk about the Halloween Havoc press conference in Detroit, Masahiro Chono's first time wearing black as a heel in New Japan, the birth of Kaientai in Michinoku Pro, Felino exposing the business in a magazine in Mexico, Jim Crockett's failed NWA TV tapings in Tennessee, Brian Christopher & Doug Gilbert's hair vs. match, and the end of the Global Wrestling Federation, plus Bob Backlund's awesome first big heel promo on Raw and MUCH more. This was a tremendous show, so listen now!!!!! Timestamps: 0:00:00 WCW 2:06:24 Japan & Misc. Int’l: NJPW, FMW, IWA Japan, IWU, Michinoku Pro, PWFG, RINGS, AJW, JWP, South Africa, & CWA 2:58:38 Classic Commercial Break 3:02:23 Housekeeping 3:16:34 Other North America: ICW, AAA, C...

--SEP 21
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Ep. #268: September 15-22, 1994 with Roy Lucier

Ep. #267: September 9-15, 2004 with Devon Hales [Part 2]

Kris & David are joined by Devon Hales (@kingmotivatorh) to finish discussing the week that was September 9-15, 2004. We talk about all of the major happenings in Japan including a big NOAH show at the Budokan featuring the debut of SUWA and everything happening in Mexico & Puerto Rico, plus Mick Foley's debut in ROH, CZW doing a double shot in Philly the same day, IWA Mid-South running a stacked show in Evansville in a promotional war, and lots more on the indie scene. Then of course we close with TNA featuring all kinds of drama and wackiness that can only happen in TNA. This is Part 2, so you better make sure that you listen to the giant WWE section that is Part 1 if you haven't already!!!! 0:00:00 Japan:AJPW, NJPW, NOASH< Zero-One, Tenryu, Dragon Gate, Hustle, K-Dojo, Michinoku Pro, Osaka Pro, Toryumon X, GAEA, & JWP 1:05:59 Other North America: Tinieblas, CMLL, IWRG, Monterrey, Tijuana, & WWC 1:24:25 Classic Commercial Break 1:28:08 Housekeeping/The Amazon Game 1:50:50 Other US...

237 minSEP 14
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Ep. #267: September 9-15, 2004 with Devon Hales [Part 2]

Ep. #267: September 9-15, 2004 with Devon Hales [Part 1]

Kris & David are joined by Devon Hales (@kingmotivatorh) to discuss the week that was September 9-15, 2004. We talk about a LONG week in the WWE featuring many issues on SmackDown including Kurt Angle & Eddie Guerrero fighting each other backstage in a shoot as well as Unforgiven featuring Triple H taking the World Title off of Randy Orton after a month long reign, not to mention the infamous Tyson Tomko-Steven Richards match. And let's not forget Monday Night Raw featuring the debuts of Simon Dean and Gene Snitsky, and oh boy…what debuts they were. This is only Part 1, folks, so don't miss Part 2!!! To support the show and get access to exclusive rewards like special members-only monthly themed shows, go to our Patreon page at Patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets ( http://patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets ) and become an ongoing Patron. Becoming a Between the Sheets Patron will also get you exclusive access to not only the monthly themed episode of Between the Sheets, but also access to our ne...

236 minSEP 14
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Ep. #267: September 9-15, 2004 with Devon Hales [Part 1]

The Pay Windah #2: The Family Unit [Audio issues FIXED]

Kris Zellner & Dylan Hales welcome you to the second episode of our new podcast series, The Pay Windah, in which we go over the history of World Championship Wrestling. This time out, we go over the month of February 1989, where George Scott has fully taken over the promotion. Everything is being molded in his vision, but that is a major problem. We talk about the mistakes he made in signing talent, the total lack of build for the Clash of the Champions in Cleveland, the booking and layout of the matches both on the Clash and Chi-Town Rumble, as well as the debacles that were NWA house shows in that era. We also talk about Ric Flair & Ricky Steamboat, though, who are the true highlights of the promotion, but Steamboat is grating on some fans due to his portrayal on TV. This is a fantastic show, and we can't wait for you to listen!!!! --- To support the show and get access to exclusive rewards like special members-only monthly themed shows, go to our Patreon page at Patreon.com/Betwe...

279 minSEP 13
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The Pay Windah #2: The Family Unit [Audio issues FIXED]

Ep. #266: September 2-8, 1991 with Alfredo Esparza

Kris & David are joined this week by Alfredo Esparza (@therealfredo) to discuss the week that was September 2-8, 1991. We talk about the impending luchadores strike that is about to go down in Mexico with all the details about how and why this is happening, with the timing being very important because CMLL is about to get on Televisa and the big Anniversario show coming up. We also talk about Ric Flair officially signing with the WWF and what was to expected there, the 1991 King of the Ring tournament in Providence, AJPW running a big show at the Budokan, lots of great USWA clips featuring Ronnie P. Gossett going belly to belly with Bert Prentice, and of course one of the most WCW EVERYBODY sections ever featuring Clash of the Champions XVI: Fall Brawl ’91. Outstanding show, so don't miss it!!!! Timestamps: 0:00:00 Mexico: Luchadores strike, EMLL, & UWA 1:37:59 WWF 2:29:36 Other Int’l: AJPW, SWS, Universal, AJW, & WWC 3:00:33 Classic Commercial Break 3:03:24 Housekeeping/The Amazo...

--SEP 7
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Ep. #266: September 2-8, 1991 with Alfredo Esparza

Latest Episodes

Ep. #272: October 9-20, 1987

Kris & David are joined by Al Getz (@AlGetzWrestling) to discuss the week-plus that was October 9-20, 1987. We start with the ongoing drama in Jim Crockett Promotions regarding Starrcade coming up, how they are handling booking house shows, and the bitter banter between the UWF guys and the Horsemen on WTBS. We also talk about the debut of Mighty Wilbur, Takeshi Kitano wanting to start his own promotion in Japan, Stampede heating up, the Midnight Rockers leaving Continental, Jerry Lawler & Bill Dundee finally capturing the AWA World Tag Team Titles in Memphis, World Class and many others in dire straits, Mad Dog Vachon’s life-changing car accident, and the WWF taking on the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission. All that and much more; as always when Al joins us, this is a tremendous show, so listen now!!!! Timestamps: 0:00:00 Jim Crockett Promotions 2:18:50 Int’l: AJPW, NJPW, Takeshi Pro Wrestling Co., AJW, David Manning’s tour, Stampede, EMLL, UWA, Eddy Guerrero, & WWC 3:10:53 Classic Commercial Break 3:16:47 Housekeeping/The Amazon Game 3:44:22 Other USA: ICW, CCW, CWA/Memphis, WCCW, Central States, AWA, Mad Dog Vachon, Eddie Sharkey, Portland, & POWW 5:20:36 WWF To support the show and get access to exclusive rewards like special members-only monthly themed shows, go to our Patreon page at Patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets ( http://patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets ) and become an ongoing Patron. Becoming a Between the Sheets Patron will also get you exclusive access to not only the monthly themed episode of Between the Sheets, but also access to our new mailbag segment, a Patron-only chat room on Slack, and anything else we do outside of the main shows! Shop at Amazon via our link ( https://www.amazon.com/?tag=betweenthesheets-20 ) (go here ( https://www.amazon.co.uk/?_encoding=UTF8&tag=btsheets-21 ) for Amazon UKif you’re in Europe)— Nothing extra comes out of your pocket; for you, it’s the same experience you’d get going to Amazon the usual way. For the best in both current and classic indie wrestling streaming, make sure to check out IndependentWrestling.tv ( http://independentwrestling.tv/ ) and use coupon code BTSPOD for a free 5 day trial! (You can also go directly to TinyURL.com/IWTVsheets ( http://tinyurl.com/IWTVsheets ) to sign up that way.) If you convert to a paid subscriber, we get a kickback for referring you, allowing you to support both the show and the indie scene. To subscribe, you can find us on iTunes, Google Play, and just about every other podcast app's directory, or you can also paste Feeds.FeedBurner.com/BTSheets ( http://feeds.feedburner.com/BTSheets ) into your favorite podcast app using whatever “add feed manually” option it has. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/between-the-sheets/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

--4 d ago
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Ep. #272: October 9-20, 1987

Ep. #271: October 5-12, 1985

Kris & David are guestless this week as we discuss the week-plus that was October 5-12, 1985. We talk about the big Cotton Bowl show for World Class featuring The Dynamic Duo losing their hair in an epic angle and what *should* have been done after the match…but wasn't. We also talk about the controversial return of Mike Von Erich and the debut of Lance Von Erich on that same show, and how that would affect World Class in the future. We then have Dave Meltzer’s thoughts on Dusty Rhodes facing Ric Flair at Starrcade ’85, Superstar Billy Graham turning babyface, Giant Gustav in New Japan, Meltzer wanting to see footage of Tom Magee, Kevin Sullivan attacking "Trudy Hurd” of “Sports Review Magazine,” Jerry Lawler facing Rick Martel in Nashville, Eddie Gilbert's portrait contest, a WWF spy in Portland, a New York state senator trying to ban pro wrestling, and, of course, Uncle Elmer getting married on Saturday Night's Main Event. There is also tons more, so make sure you listen to ...

307 min1 w ago
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Ep. #271: October 5-12, 1985

Cover 2 Cover Ep. #17: The 1991 PWI 500 Part 6 (#50-#1 & Revisions)

Kris Zellner & Rob Naylor are back with the latest episode of Cover 2 Cover, where we finally finish our miniseries on the 1991 PWI 500; specifically by going over the the top 50 and the list of wrestlers who were mistakenly overlooked from the next issue. We spend a lot of time on these names and we had a helluva blast doing the show. You will definitely be interested in our thoughts on these placements and shocked by some of them, I think. Fantastic show that just can't be missed!!! To support the show and get access to exclusive rewards like special members-only monthly themed shows, go to our Patreon page at Patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets ( http://patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets ) and become an ongoing Patron. Becoming a Between the Sheets Patron will also get you exclusive access to not only the monthly themed episode of Between the Sheets, but also access to our new mailbag segment, a Patron-only chat room on Slack, and anything else we do outside of the main shows! Shop at Amazon ...

194 min1 w ago
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Cover 2 Cover Ep. #17: The 1991 PWI 500 Part 6 (#50-#1 & Revisions)

Ep. #270: September 30-October 6, 2002

Kris & Bix are guestless as we discuss the week that was September 30-October 6, 2002. We talk about Keiji Mutoh officially taking over All Japan Pro Wrestling and all the major changes that would soon be coming to the promotion. We also talk about the rise of Bob Sapp in K-1 as he gets his first big win over Ernesto Hoost and becomes a major mainstream superstar overnight. We then go to New Japan where we talk about Kensuke Sasaki quitting the promotion to go on his own and how it would affect both him and the promotion. We also talk about the Japanese indie scene with lots of results, NWA TNA with news on who may be investing in the promotion, Shocker & Mascara Magica looking for a new member of Los Nuevos Guapos, and ROH vs. XPW in Philadelphia featuring the epic handshake between Rob Feinstein and John Zandig as they call a truce to battle back Rob Black. We then close with the WWE where we talk about Raw & SmackDown, featuring HHH showering with multiple women and the debut of ...

343 min2 w ago
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Ep. #270: September 30-October 6, 2002

Ep. #269: September 22-29, 1993 with Robert O'Connor

Kris & David are joined by Robert O’Connor (@ghostofquinones) to discuss the week-plus that was September 22-29, 1993. We talk about the WWF stripping Shawn Michaels of the Intercontinental Championship and quickly filling the vacancy with Razor Ramon. We also talk about the start of the Ludvig Borga super-push and Undertaker-Yokozuna feud, the rise of Radio WWF, and Titan Sports’ legal team going after bootleggers, which eventually resulted in a lawsuit against RF Video and L&S Comix. We then look at a loaded week in Japan featuring Hulk Hogan capping off a record-breaking house show week for NJPW, Big Bossman/Big Bubba returning to AJPW, a major AJW show flopping at the box office, and much more. We also take a look at Mocho Cota jumping back to CMLL, the seemingly impending takeover of ECW by Jim Crockett and Jim Hudson’s WWN, Dallas woes, a LOT of commission drama Oregon, and much more across North America. Finally, we close out with WCW, where negotiations with Hulk Hogan ha...

344 min3 w ago
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Ep. #269: September 22-29, 1993 with Robert O'Connor

Ep. #268: September 15-22, 1994 with Roy Lucier

Kris & David are joined by Roy Lucier (@RoyLucier) to discuss the week-plus that was September 15-22, 1994. We talk about Jesse Ventura being dropped by WCW, ending his tenure there, and we then talk about the Fall Brawl PPV, featuring the last really good War Games. We also talk about the Halloween Havoc press conference in Detroit, Masahiro Chono's first time wearing black as a heel in New Japan, the birth of Kaientai in Michinoku Pro, Felino exposing the business in a magazine in Mexico, Jim Crockett's failed NWA TV tapings in Tennessee, Brian Christopher & Doug Gilbert's hair vs. match, and the end of the Global Wrestling Federation, plus Bob Backlund's awesome first big heel promo on Raw and MUCH more. This was a tremendous show, so listen now!!!!! Timestamps: 0:00:00 WCW 2:06:24 Japan & Misc. Int’l: NJPW, FMW, IWA Japan, IWU, Michinoku Pro, PWFG, RINGS, AJW, JWP, South Africa, & CWA 2:58:38 Classic Commercial Break 3:02:23 Housekeeping 3:16:34 Other North America: ICW, AAA, C...

--SEP 21
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Ep. #268: September 15-22, 1994 with Roy Lucier

Ep. #267: September 9-15, 2004 with Devon Hales [Part 2]

Kris & David are joined by Devon Hales (@kingmotivatorh) to finish discussing the week that was September 9-15, 2004. We talk about all of the major happenings in Japan including a big NOAH show at the Budokan featuring the debut of SUWA and everything happening in Mexico & Puerto Rico, plus Mick Foley's debut in ROH, CZW doing a double shot in Philly the same day, IWA Mid-South running a stacked show in Evansville in a promotional war, and lots more on the indie scene. Then of course we close with TNA featuring all kinds of drama and wackiness that can only happen in TNA. This is Part 2, so you better make sure that you listen to the giant WWE section that is Part 1 if you haven't already!!!! 0:00:00 Japan:AJPW, NJPW, NOASH< Zero-One, Tenryu, Dragon Gate, Hustle, K-Dojo, Michinoku Pro, Osaka Pro, Toryumon X, GAEA, & JWP 1:05:59 Other North America: Tinieblas, CMLL, IWRG, Monterrey, Tijuana, & WWC 1:24:25 Classic Commercial Break 1:28:08 Housekeeping/The Amazon Game 1:50:50 Other US...

237 minSEP 14
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Ep. #267: September 9-15, 2004 with Devon Hales [Part 2]

Ep. #267: September 9-15, 2004 with Devon Hales [Part 1]

Kris & David are joined by Devon Hales (@kingmotivatorh) to discuss the week that was September 9-15, 2004. We talk about a LONG week in the WWE featuring many issues on SmackDown including Kurt Angle & Eddie Guerrero fighting each other backstage in a shoot as well as Unforgiven featuring Triple H taking the World Title off of Randy Orton after a month long reign, not to mention the infamous Tyson Tomko-Steven Richards match. And let's not forget Monday Night Raw featuring the debuts of Simon Dean and Gene Snitsky, and oh boy…what debuts they were. This is only Part 1, folks, so don't miss Part 2!!! To support the show and get access to exclusive rewards like special members-only monthly themed shows, go to our Patreon page at Patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets ( http://patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets ) and become an ongoing Patron. Becoming a Between the Sheets Patron will also get you exclusive access to not only the monthly themed episode of Between the Sheets, but also access to our ne...

236 minSEP 14
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Ep. #267: September 9-15, 2004 with Devon Hales [Part 1]

The Pay Windah #2: The Family Unit [Audio issues FIXED]

Kris Zellner & Dylan Hales welcome you to the second episode of our new podcast series, The Pay Windah, in which we go over the history of World Championship Wrestling. This time out, we go over the month of February 1989, where George Scott has fully taken over the promotion. Everything is being molded in his vision, but that is a major problem. We talk about the mistakes he made in signing talent, the total lack of build for the Clash of the Champions in Cleveland, the booking and layout of the matches both on the Clash and Chi-Town Rumble, as well as the debacles that were NWA house shows in that era. We also talk about Ric Flair & Ricky Steamboat, though, who are the true highlights of the promotion, but Steamboat is grating on some fans due to his portrayal on TV. This is a fantastic show, and we can't wait for you to listen!!!! --- To support the show and get access to exclusive rewards like special members-only monthly themed shows, go to our Patreon page at Patreon.com/Betwe...

279 minSEP 13
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The Pay Windah #2: The Family Unit [Audio issues FIXED]

Ep. #266: September 2-8, 1991 with Alfredo Esparza

Kris & David are joined this week by Alfredo Esparza (@therealfredo) to discuss the week that was September 2-8, 1991. We talk about the impending luchadores strike that is about to go down in Mexico with all the details about how and why this is happening, with the timing being very important because CMLL is about to get on Televisa and the big Anniversario show coming up. We also talk about Ric Flair officially signing with the WWF and what was to expected there, the 1991 King of the Ring tournament in Providence, AJPW running a big show at the Budokan, lots of great USWA clips featuring Ronnie P. Gossett going belly to belly with Bert Prentice, and of course one of the most WCW EVERYBODY sections ever featuring Clash of the Champions XVI: Fall Brawl ’91. Outstanding show, so don't miss it!!!! Timestamps: 0:00:00 Mexico: Luchadores strike, EMLL, & UWA 1:37:59 WWF 2:29:36 Other Int’l: AJPW, SWS, Universal, AJW, & WWC 3:00:33 Classic Commercial Break 3:03:24 Housekeeping/The Amazo...

--SEP 7
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Ep. #266: September 2-8, 1991 with Alfredo Esparza
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