Episode Guide

We’ve talked about a lot of pro wrestling over the last 100+ episodes of the Old School Wrestling Podcast. We keep at least the last 25 episodes freely available on the website. Older episodes are available as seasons by either purchasing a beautiful physical box set we send to you in the mail or by purchasing the digital collected version. Individual episodes are also available for download. Below is a list of the shows currently available for free on the website and links to the other seasons available on box set.

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#101 – JOHN CENA V BROCK LESNAR, APRIL 27, 2003

#102 – JUNKYARD DOG AND MR. OLYMPIA VS. TED DIBIASE AND MATT BORNE, OCTOBER 28, 1982

#103 – SUMMERSLAM 1988

#104 – THE BALLAD OF TOMMY RICH’S MOTHER, NOVEMBER 8, 1980

#105 – SUPERBRAWL 2

#106 – HIGH FLYERS VS THE EAST WEST CONNECTION, MARCH 22, 1981

#107 – THE SQUARED CIRCLE OF HORRORS – DUSTY! CURSES! GROCERY STORE DEATH MATCH!

#108 – NWA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING, NOVEMBER 26, 1988, “DUSTY’S EYE”

#109 – STARRCADE 88

#110 – SHAWN MICHAELS V MARTY JANNETTY, THE BARBER SHOP WINDOW INCIDENT

#111 – SMOKY MOUNTAIN WRESTLING TV, APRIL 10, 1993

#112 – THE OSWP HOLIDAY OFFICE PARTY 2013

#113 – HULK HOGAN V STAN HANSEN, TOKYO DOME, APRIL 13, 1990

#114 – ROYAL RUMBLE 1989

#115 – THE DESTROYER VS VICTOR THE BEAR, LOS ANGELES, CA, 1965

#116 – TULLY BLANCHARD V RON GARVIN, MAY 3, 1986

#117 – THE TALE OF THE COAL MINER’S GLOVE

#118 – SHANE DOUGLAS VS BAM BAM BIGELOW, OCTOBER 16, 1997

#119 – WRESTLEMANIA XX

#120 – LIVE IN NEW ORLEANS – WAR TO SETTLE THE SCORE, FEBRUARY 18, 1985

#121 – ULTIMATE WARRIOR

#122 – THE ARMY OF DARKNESS

#123 – YOKOZUNA VS EARTHQUAKE, SUMO MATCH, MAY 16, 1994

#124 – THE MOONDOGS VS LAWLER AND JARRETT, KENNETT CONCESSION STAND BRAWL, JANUARY 1992

#125 – I LIKE TO HURT PEOPLE

#126 – LIVE AT THE SQUARED CIRCLE RESTAURANT WITH BOX BROWN!

#127 – CACTUS JACK AND CHAINSAW CHARLIE V NEW AGE OUTLAWS, MARCH 29, 1998

#128 – GREAT AMERICAN BASH 1985

#129 – BAYWATCH S6E15 AND BASH AT THE BEACH 1995

#130 – SUMMERSLAM 1998
 

Please post all show or match review requests below in the comment field! Please!

90 Comments

  1. Steven D says:

    I would like to hear any SummerSlam or the 1998 Survivor Series.

  2. Matthew says:

    I’m a huge japanese wrestling fan. I just listened to your episode about Bull Nakano vs Aja Kong. It was fun hearing you guys get excited about Joshi. I have a suggestion for a match you guys can review. It’s my favorite match of all time, Kenta Kobashi & Go Shiozaki vs Kensuke Sasaki & Katsuhiko Nakajima from NOAH 5/11/2005.

  3. Dwyertime says:

    SuperBrawl II

  4. Brent says:

    I started to listen to the stone cold pod casts and found them to very entertaining though I am not a huge Stone Cold Fan.
    Since I liked them, I searched to see if other wrestlers had them and found your site.
    I pretty much stopped watching wrestling when WCW went under. I started to watch wrestling in 1992 when I was 10. I really got into the history and enjoyed going to the video store to rent older tapes. I now find the product of the WWF not to be that good any more and the wrestlers are just not that entertaining. Everyone seems to be the same.
    I sometimes watch some pay per views and find to get disappointed every time.
    Anyway, I really have enjoyed listening to your pod casts. Love the 100th episode. Always loved Bret Hart. His book is great like you guys stated and loved the time line between the books and the documentaries you had prepared for the show.

    I work down town Pittsburgh and thought that was cool that you guys are from “The Burgh”
    Did you get the Pile driver record at Jerry’s records in Squirrel Hill. I have an unopen copy of the wrestling album on cassette, but it is on the actual album flat, but the tape is in the corner. weird.

    I was at the monday night raw where Bret stated that Pittsburgh was a toilet bowl. He lost to the Patriot because of Shawn.

    Sorry for the rambling, I am going to order your CD’s.

    Thank you

  5. Dre says:

    Hi Bret,
    I just saw your post. I actually purchased the same cassette inside the album sized box. I got my copy at Eide’s Records and Comics. The original shop before they moved to the location in the strip district. Eide’s is my favorite place from my youth. I miss it dearly.
    I moved to Chicago when I turned 13. I am and will forever be a Steeler fan.

  6. Scott says:

    Summerslam 97. WWF tried doing a million dollar giveaway and it ate up almost 10 minutes and it didn’t seem like they knew what they were doing. Also in this segment we some great side boob action on Sunny.

  7. Scott says:

    Quick dumb question, but I bought season one and how do I transfer the files to my itunes so I can put them on my ipod? Any help would be great.

  8. Nachtfalter says:

    Hey guys, I just stumbled across the podcast and am enjoying it quite a bit. I really like that you have a generally positive attitude and don’t subscribe to the idiotic notion that you have to trash everything and everyone in order to be entertaining.
    Also, just a heads up, the link to Episode 83 (Starrcade 85) isn’t working – at least for me.

  9. RepoMantaur says:

    You guys gotta do an episode of Shotgun Saturday Night.

  10. Cereal Killer says:

    Just started listening to your podcast and I’m enjoying it immensely…I was wondering if you guys could do a show on the AWA SuperClash from 1985. There was not only AWA guys, but WCCW and NWA matches. Looks like a show right up your alley. Keep up the great work.

  11. Prometheus says:

    If you’re looking for suggestions, I’d love some not-quite-as-old school WCW like, say, Slamboree 1998 – it has loads of bizarre stuff (like Eric Bischoff “beating” Vince McMahon), absolutely awesome stuff (Chris Jericho introducing the participants to the Cruiserweight Battle Royal), a bit of good wrestling (Finlay vs. he-who-shall-not-be-named as well as Eddie vs. Ultimo Dragon), a match that mixes bizarre, awesome and, to a degree, decent wrestling (Raven vs. DDP), a long-time dream match of mine (Bret Hart vs. Randy Savage) and so much more, including the main event I haven’t even mentioned…

    I’m currently watching through 1998 Nitros and PPVs and while I’m not quite there yet, I’m already looking forward to Slamboree because it’s such a fascinating mix of things that made WCW what it was at the time, like the never-ending battle of WCW vs. NWO (vs. NWO), good international wrestlers and cruiserweights, strange booking decisions, the rise of Goldberg and so on and so on.

  12. Tough as Nails says:

    Ok…I’ve seen and heard the AWA mentioned a few times…but nobody has ever brought up the Wrestle Rock Rumble. Black Cat, Dre…I challenge you to watch this video and NOT want to review both the video and the event.

    Greatest 80’s promo ever. That’s right…EVER.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdnB7OLHNwM

  13. Ryan says:

    The Great Muta vs Jushin Liger 10/20/96

  14. Dynamite's illegitimate Kid says:

    In honor of the Royal Rumble coming up soon, you guys should check out these 2 awesome Legends battle royals from the 80’s that I discovered on youtube. The first is the “old timers game” version that includes the likes of way past their prime: Lou Thesz, Nick Bockwinkle, Pedro Morales, Chief Jay Strongbow, Killer Kowalski, and Bobo Brazil (just to name a few!). Its under “WWF House Show East Rutherford, NJ Legends Battle Royal 11/16/87″. The second (Battle Royal MSG July 12th, 1986) features contemporary WWF stars from the 80’s like Beefcake, Studd, Bundy, Tony Atlas, JYD, British Bulldogs and Valentine. Also commentary from Lord Alfred and Gorilla make it quite enjoyable.

    Or the Vader/Hansen “Eye” match would be cool as well

  15. IanEvs79 says:

    Slowely getting through the box sets now, but I’ve nearly got to the most recent podcats. Really like hearing all about the old school wrestling, as being from the UK. I was only aware of early WWF (from watching VHS’s) and WCW, which had a brief stint on free to air tv here back in the early 90s. WWF has always been the biggest promotion in the UK, so finding out about the territories and which wrestlers came from where, is really interesting. I’m a pretty lapsed fan, but have had a rekindling of old wrestling through shows like this. Keep it up guys. Love it :)

    All the way from rainy Wales, UK

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