AEW Episodes

Current Era AEW

AEW Revolution 2021 Review

March 8, 2021

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Current Era Alternatives Of The 2000'S AEW ROH

Ring of Honor: Crowning a Champion 2002 | AEW is Changing the Landscape of Wrestling

Dec. 9, 2020

A landmark show for the company of Ring of Honor, and a landmark episode of The Apron Bump! As always, watching 2002 ROH is quite the experience; we get to take a journey through some of ROH's growing pains, while also getting to experience some of the b...

Current Era AEW

AEW All Out 2020 Review

Sept. 8, 2020

A very noteworthy show in the history of AEW…good and bad. We got to see great tag team wrestling, a horrific table spot, and that no one in AEW knows what mimosas look like. Great wrestling, but unfortunately hindered by the lack of energy from the sele...

Evergreen Topics AEW WWF / WWE

Shutting Down the Idiots: Wednesday Night War Edition

April 16, 2020

Dear WWE diehards, AEW diehards, and dummies all over the internet, I'm here to take a dump on your lives. I've had it. Let's destroy some marks.

Current Era AEW WWF / WWE

Raw Wedding Was Awesome | 2020 Belongs to the Drews | Sheamus Deja Vu

Jan. 6, 2020

In this episode of the Weekly Review, we explain why the Lana/Lashley wedding was a rousing success, we prove that every wrestler in WWE named Drew is great, and we predict the future perfectly, just like last week. Please follow, rate, and subscribe!

Current Era AEW WWF / WWE

Jim Cornette is Angry, Lars is Gay, and Smackdown is Low-Key Awesome

Dec. 31, 2019

We explain why Braun isn't ruined, why Lars still has a chance and explain why Taynara is the next big thing. More news and more shows covered.

Current Era AEW WWF / WWE

TLC Preview | NXT vs. AEW | Wrestling in Khakis

Dec. 13, 2019

In this "Weekly Wrasslin Review", we look ahead towards TLC, decide who won the Wednesday Night Wars this week, and dissect the cornball that is Seth Rollins.