Welcome to the first-ever episode of Weekly Wrestling Ruminations. That’s right, grapple fans, those lovely people here at Sports Obsessive and over on The Ruminations Radio Network have decided to let your friendly neighbourhood wrestling writer have his own podcast, dedicated to all things pro-wrestling. The concept of the show is pretty simple. Like me. Every seven days I will be looking at all the biggest news stories that are fit to print, as well as reviewing any PPV that catches my eye. Basically, it’s a cut and paste job from my other podcast, The Old Metal Bar-Steward, but if a concept isn’t broken, then why fix it?
So what do I have on offer for this premier debut? Well, unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that a little show called WrestleMania aired just over a week ago and, due to the fact it takes Spotify a goddamn age to add anything to their catalogue, this entire show is dedicated to what I thought of the Show of Shows.
From the catastrophe of The Fiend vs. Randy Orton and the couldn’t-care-less response to the Women’s Tag Team Titles, all the way through the Indy-rific Sami Zayn vs. Kevin Owens match and the brutality of the Roman Reigns/Edge/Daniel Bryan all-out war that ended the show, I look at every match across both nights and give you my honest opinion on each one.
And that’s the key phrase here. Honest opinion. I pull no punches and call it as I see and my language can be colourful at times, to say the least, so if you’re easily offended, then Weekly Wrestling Ruminations might not be the show for you. You should also know that the opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone, and in no way reflect the opinions or thoughts of Sports Obsessive or The Ruminations Radio Network. But if you have a sense of humour, then the next 19 minutes are the best way you can have fun today with your clothes on.
So, enjoy the show and if you have any questions, opinions, or just feel like calling me names, you can find me on that there Twitter @WWRuminations.
Until next week, it’s time for me to kick out.