Wrestling Uncensored EP. 161 now online

Wrestling Uncensored Episode 161. Original air date: November 16, 2013. Hosted by Dave Simon and Johnny North.

Simon and North discussed CM Punk and Daniel Bryan as a tag-team and their upcoming match at WWE Survivor Series versus Luke Harper and Erick Rowan of The Wyatt Family.

Simon and North talked about Randy Orton’s handicap match versus Cody Rhodes and Goldust on Raw and John Cena’s handicap match versus The Real Americans.

Simon and North discussed The Wyatt Family and The Shield’s clash on Raw, Kane’s new role as Director of Operations, the Divas division and a possible return for Mickie James.

All this and much more pro wrestling on this 1-hour episode.

Wrestling Uncensored EP. 121 now online

Wrestling Uncensored Episode 121. Original air date: February 2, 2013. Hosted by Dave Simon and Johnny North.

Simon and North discussed The Rock defeating CM Punk for the WWE title at Royal Rumble, their rematch at Elimination Chamber and who they could face at Wrestlemania.

Simon and North discussed John Cena winning the Royal Rumble and announcing he will challenge for the WWE title at Wrestlemania.

Simon and North talked about the returns of Brock Lesnar, Rey Mysterio, Sin Cara and Chris Jericho this week and what they could do next.

All this and lots more pro wrestling on this 1-hour episode.

TNA: Lockdown 2011 DVD review

Kurt Angle and Jeff Jarrett continued their feud of the year when they nearly killed each other in the most brutal steel cage match in the history of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling at TNA: Lockdown 2011.

Angle, looking to outdo his incredible steel cage matches of the past, attempted a few new maneuvers that did not go exactly as he hoped, but the end result gave fans an amazing show. Angle looked like he broke his neck once again when he attempted to reverse Jeff Jarrett’s powerbomb from the top rope. Jarrett looked like he lost all his wind when Angle landed on him after an attempted belly-to-belly suplex from the top rope. Although not the main event of the show, Angle-Jarrett was clearly the match of the night.

Lockdown started off strong with a No.1 Contender X-Division XScape Match which ended up as the last match for Jay Lethal in TNA. Lethal and Amazing Red had a nice exchange, but the match was mainly highlighted by former TNA talents Generation Me having problems working together. Sting defending the TNA Heavyweight Championship against Mr. Anderson and Rob Van Dam was an even back-and-forth bout until Hulk Hogan interfered and got involved in the match.

The Lethal Lockdown match was a contrast compared to last year where you had Fortune and Sting as the villains against Hogan’s heroes. This year Fortune are now the heroes against Hogan’s Immortals which consisted of Nature Boy Ric Flair, Matt Hardy, Bully Ray and Abyss. Both teams start off at ringside unlike everyone having their own entrance. The bloody destruction of Flair by Fortune is truly one fans of hardcore wrestling will love, but fans of the Nature Boy will be disgusted with Flair getting butchered in the ring and forced to tap out.

TNA stays ahead of WWE when it comes to giving wrestling fans a little extra on their DVDs. Not only do you get the entire Lockdown event, but TNA provides a bonus disc that includes the entire pre-show for Lockdown, post match interviews, a music video recap, and interviews from Lockdown’s fan interaction. Jarrett looks like he is completely out of it while doing his post match interview and Angle is sporting a huge ice pack on his neck in his. The Lockdown Fan Interaction is a different look at TNA stars as they interact with their fans and give their thoughts on their matches. Mickie James and RVD come across as two who are very approachable at the event.

TNA: Lockdown 2011

Rated PG-14

Distributed by Navarre

Released on Jun. 21, 2011

Run time of about six hours

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Match listing–

X-Division XScape Match

Max Buck VS. Jeremy Buck VS. Suicide VS. Robbie E VS. Chris Sabin VS. Amazing Red VS. Brian Kendrick VS. Jay Lethal

Crimson & Scott Steiner VS. Ink Inc. VS. The British Invasion VS. Eric Young and Orlando Jordan

TNA Knockouts Championship VS. Mickie’s hair -Mickie James VS. Madison Rayne

Samoa Joe VS. The Pope D’Angelo Dinero

Matt Morgan VS. Hernandez

Kurt Angle VS. Jeff Jarrett

TNA World Title Match – Sting VS. Mr. Anderson VS. RVD

Lethal Lockdown – Fortune VS. Immortal

TNA: Bound For Glory 2010 DVD review

The biggest Total Nonstop Action Wrestling event of the year Bound For Glory, saw the crowning of Jeff Hardy as World Champion when he joined ‘they,’ an evil group ran by Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff.

Now in a special two-disc DVD release, fans can relive all the memorable confrontations from TNA’s biggest pay-per-view of the year and for the first time they get exclusive pre-and-post match interviews, a behind-the-scenes look at the fan expo before the big event, the entire Before The Bell preview show for BFG and the standard music video recap and photo gallery for the extravaganza. TNA continues to deliver more bonus content than World Wrestling Entertainment does with their PPV DVD releases.

Not only did TNA deliver with a main event match of Hardy versus Mr. Anderson versus Kurt Angle for the TNA title, the rest of the card was quite possibly one of the best lineups TNA has ever presented. Rob Van Dam against Abyss was a solid hardcore match that saw the use of barbed wire boards, steel chairs and a bit of blood shed between the two. For fans of absolutely insane brawls, there will be a lot of love for the Lethal Lockdown showdown between Fortune and EV 2.0. It is the last time for many of the Extreme Championship Wrestling originals to have one true moment of glory before the group starts to fall apart and exits the company.

Eric Young teaming with Orlando Jordan in a battle against Ink Inc. provided the comedy for the night, while The Motor City Machine Guns against Generation Me featured great back and forth action and innovating high-flying maneuvers. Sting and The Pope and Kevin Nash against Jeff Jarrett and Samoa Joe helped elevate the shocking revelation of Hogan and Bischoff’s regime and the Knockouts match had a bit more intrigue thanks to the addition of Mickie James to TNA who definitely adds a lot more star power to that division.

TNA has traditionally shaped up their entire year based off what transpires at BFG and last year’s was no different. The PPV also is a strong showing on far TNA has come along in not only bringing in some of the biggest names in pro wrestling, but also introducing brand new superstars to the wrestling audience. If you tired of WWE’s programming, TNA does offer an alternate that is not afraid to be edgy or controversial.

TNA: Bound For Glory 2010

Rated PG-14

Released on Jan. 18, 2011

Run time of 300 minutes


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BFG Full Card

TNA Tag Team Championship

Motor City Machine Guns vs. Generation Me

TNA Knockouts Championship

Angelina Love vs. Velvet Sky vs. Madison Rayne vs. Tara – Mickie James special referee

Ink Inc. vs. Eric Young & Orlando Jordan

TNA X Division Championship

Jay Lethal vs. Douglas Williams

Monster’s Ball

Rob Van Dam vs. Abyss

Jeff Jarrett & Samoa Joe vs. Sting, Kevin Nash, D’Angelo Dinero

Lethal Lockdown

Tommy Dreamer, Sabu, Stevie Richards, Raven, Rhino vs. A.J. Styles, Beer Money, Kazarian, Matt Morgan

TNA World Championship Match: Kurt Angle vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Mr. Anderson