Pro-Wrestling Wednesday Episode 09Just because it was a slightly shorter show with the United's 7-0 beatdown of the Revolution, doesn't mean Tony Schiavone and Beau Le Blanc didn't have a lot to talk about in the wide world of Wrestling. They spoke with legenday WWE Hall of Fame announcer Jim Ross about his recent stint calling the Mae Young Classic for the WWE, his trip to Columbus to watch the Sooners beat Ohio State and the latest drama with the UFC and Jon Jones. Not to mention, a discussion of Cena and Reigns' feud being too meta, Vince McMahon's return to Smackdown and much more on this week's edition of Pro-Wrestling Wednesday!
Pro-Wrestling Wednesday Episode 08
Pro-Wrestling Wednesday Episode 07This week for Pro-Wrestling Wednesday, Tony Schiavone and Beau Le Blanc talk about Ring of Honor's event last Saturday night at Center Stage and the incident between Rosemary and Sexy Star at Triplemania XXV in Mexico. The usual coverage of WWE TV including John Cena and Roman Reigns' "war of words" and Shelton Benjamin's return to Smackdown. They also give details Tony's return to wrestling commentary this October for MLW and his Bobblehead night this past weekend at the Gwinnett Braves game.
Pro-Wrestling Wednesday Episode 06This week's edition of Pro-Wrestling Wednesday was a bit abbreviated with the Atlanta United game, but Tony Schaivone & Beau Le Blanc still got an hour in to talk about Summerslam and the fall out on this week's WWE TV. Also, Beau got a chance to speak with Ring of Honor World Champion, The American Nightmare, Cody Rhodes. They talked this Saturday Night's Sold-Out Ring of Honor event at Center-Stage, Bullet Club, "Being The Elite" and what it's like being the first Rhodes in 31 Years to hold a World Championship.
Pro Wrestling Wednesday, Ep. 05: Ric Flair 'Doing Much, Much Better'Tony Schiavone and Beau Le Blanc hit the air for Pro Wrestling Wednesday (live from 9-11 p.m.) and gave an update on Ric Flair.
Pro Wrestling Wednesday, Episode 04This week on Pro-Wrestling Wednesday Tony and Beau talked about the latest developments as the WWE works towards Summerslam, spoke with legendary manager/promoter JJ Dillon and discussed Cody Rhodes vs. Christopher Daniels' ROH World Title re-match.
Pro-Wrestling Wednesday - Episode 03This week on Pro-Wrestling Wednesday Tony and Beau discuss Jon Jones challenging Lesnar in the UFC, which sounds like a work. The latest developments as WWE TV works towards Summerslam. An Interview with Terri Runnels, former WCW and WWE talent. Look forward to the Mae Young Classic and reflect on the Cruiserweight division.
Pro-Wrestling Wednesday - Episode 02Tony and Beau talk to WWE Hall of Famer and WCW Legend Diamond Dallas Page, discuss the aftermath of WWE Battleground, Raw and Smackdown and the latest departures from GFW.
Pro-Wrestling Wednesday Debut EpisodeWednesday July 19th was the debut episode of Pro-Wrestling Wednesday with Tony Schiavone and Beau Le Blanc from 9pm-11pm on 92-9 The Game. They introduced the show, talked about Shane McMahon's Helicopter Crash, Kurt Angle's secret son Jason Jordan, Jinder Mahal's title reign, previewed WWE Battleground, not to mention an interview with 16x World Champion Ric Flair.
PWW: Sponsored Wrestling ContentNaturally, with the WWE in the City of Angels on Monday night, they had to bring out the latest addition to the Los Angeles Lakers, Lonzo Ball and his even more famous father, Lavar. Outside of Paul Heyman, I can't think of a better advocate for an athlete then Lavar Ball. He gets SOOO much heat every time he opens his mouth,
PWW: History & ControversyLast Sunday night was WWE's Money in The Bank event (went 4 for 5 on my predictions), featuring the first ever women's Money in the Bank match that ended in controversy. Courtesy of Carmella's BFF, James Ellsworth, who ended up being the one to grab the actual briefcase and handed it to the Princess of Staten Island for the victory.
PWW: Money in the Bank 2017 PreviewThis Sunday, June 18th LIVE on the WWE Network and Pay-Per-View it is the Smackdown Exclusive event, Money in the Bank. The titular match puts 6 superstars in the ring with a brief case suspended high above it and the first competitor who can climb up and retrieve it; is guaranteed a Title Match at ANY time over the next year. Since 15 out of 17 Money in the Bank winners have gone on to successfully become champion, the stakes are as high as the briefcase and the competition is fierce.