Tag Archives: TLC

Wrestling With My Wife (Ep32): Blame Buffalo

This week, Sam and Adam discuss the Oakland Raiders vs. Buffalo Bills, Linkin Park’s benefit concert celebrating life and Chester Bennington, and give their thoughts about TLC and how Survivor Series is shaping up.

Smash This Podcast | Impact Parts Ways With Jeff Jarrett | TLC Fallout | Impact Review 10/19/17

My thoughts on todays breaking news that Jeff Jarrett with GFW is no longer with Anthem and Impact Wrestling.

My thoughts on last nights WWE TLC show along with tonights craziness of Monday Night RAW! Thanks for watching! Ring that bell for notifications!

My thoughts on this past episode of Impact Wrestling. Thanks for watching! Ring that bell for notifications.

Wrestling With (Ep31): How Haven’t We Been Cancelled Yet?

This week, Sam and Adam discuss surprising changes to WWE’s annual TLC event, the surprise in-ring return of Kurt Angle (or is it?), and AJ Styles v. “The Demon” Finn Balor in what is being called by the Diabolical Duo as “The Wrestling Bubble’s Wet Dream”.

As always, a strong sense of humor and listener discretion is advised.

JLW Podcast #76 – Ultima Lucha Tres REVIEW, WWE TLC 2017 Predictions

Welcome everybody to Episode 76 of the Josh Lopez Wrestling Podcast. Josh goes over the following topics. Thank you for anyone that’s given this podcast a chance.

– Monologue: Trusting Your Instincts, Regaining Your Self Confidence


– Ultima Lucha Tres Review. Why Lucha Underground is my favorite non WWE Promotion.

– WWE SmackDown Live Seattle Thoughts. Jinder Mahal/Brock Lesnar is a good thing

– WWE TLC 2017 Predictions

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Wrestling With… (Ep.28): The Asuka Scenario

This week on Wrestling With My Wife, Sam and Adam debate how they hope Asuka’s Raw career begins, and Sam reacts to the No Mercy event, John Cena’s future, Roman Reigns winning clean, the Miztourage vs The Shield fued and Brock Lesnar retaining the WWE Universal Championship. MOC’s Clown Price and Princess of Podcasting also give their take on Enzo Amore’s Cruiserweight Championship Celebraton, and what could be on the horizon for the Cruiserweight Division.

The Diabolical Duo also discuss this season’s Gotham storylines, the Rick and Morty season finale, and debut a brand new segment.

As always, a strong sense of humor and listener discretion is advised.

Jim Ross Gives His Thoughts On The New Wyatt Family & How The TLC Audience Was Light

During the latest episode of the Ross Report Podcast,  WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross spoke about TLC and discussed how the audience seemed light and speaks about the New Wyatt Family.

Make sure to check out his podcast here. 

Here’s what he had to say (Transcript source from WrestleZone.com):

WWE has really done a really good job with their technology. I haven’t had any issues with the Network; it’s worked great. The TLC crowd felt kind of light. I’m not really sure where they were, maybe the product was not creatively stimulating to the audience, they seemed somewhat docile. They picked their spots, granted, but the audience was flat, so yes, you can say, damn JR the crowd wasn’t very good; it’s a reason, not all of the reason, but a reason. I like the combination of Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton. I hope that the work that has been put in with Heath Slater and Rhyno doesn’t go to knot. A lot of TV  time, fans kind of like them, they’re a solid team, they’re reliable, good on the road. I think you want to maintain them somehow. Orton and Wyatt, as I have said before, Bray Wyatt is potentially the biggest character babyface in years. He’s what Mankind was as a babyface. He was what Dusty Rhodes was in Florida, that’s what a character babyface is. Junkyard Dog was a character babyface. He was unorthodox. He wasn’t the run of the mill. Wasn’t the type of cat you saw running in the neighborhood all the time. He was unique; and Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton together, along with Luke Harper, who is underutilized. All three have the ability, with just a little tweaking, to be massive character babyfaces, along the lines with kind of rough, rugged, kind of an Attitude-Era like; so I believe Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt have a lot going for them, and if they do the Freebird Rule (3 man team) will give him life; and somewhere down the road, everybody is already booking it, that’s what is funny about this business. I saw the show Sunday night, and then I was reading some stuff online on Twitter and so-forth, about feedback on the show, and someone is already predicting; well, it’s good to see Orton and Luke Harper and Bray, but I can’t wait for the angle when it implodes. Geez, how about letting it breath a little bit? Letting it evolve some. Can we give it a little bit of patience for God’s sake? In any event, I like the finish, the match was okay. I like the potential of Bray Wyatt, Randy Orton and Luke Harper and to see where they go. I hope they get some legs in creative, and some input, and step up and give input. They should all step up and contribute to creative, and make it better, so I am optimistic where creative can go with all three of those guys.


Mauro Ranallo Quickly Squashes Rumors Of Possibly Being Released From WWE

During last nights TLC pay-per-view and the following hours rumors started to come out that Mauro Ranollo’s contract is ending soon, and WWE could be considering releasing him. Mauro quickly took to his Twitter to address the rumors, and says fans have nothing to be concerned about, you can read his tweets below.

New Champions Crowned At WWE TLC

During tonight’s WWE TLC PPV Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt managed to beat Heath Slater and Rhyno to capture the SMACKDOWN LIVE tag team championship.

This marks Bray Wyatt’s first WWE title reign.

10-Man Tag Team Match Announced For TLC Kickoff

WWE announced that a 10 man tag team match has been scheduled for the Kickoff Show.

American Alpha, Hype Bros & Apollo Crews vs. The Vaudevillians, Ascension & Curt Hawkins.

See the announcement below: