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112: 112: Clash of the Champions III

3/13/2019
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It was the final Clash of the Champions under the Jim Crockett Promotions banner as well as the first time an event was named "Fall Brawl." The event featured Sting and Barry Windham for the U.S. Heavyweight Title; Dusty Rhodes against Kevin Sullivan; Ricky Morton versus Ivan Koloff in a Russian Chain Match; the Sheepherders, Doctor Death Steve Williams and more. We take you back to Albany, Georgia and September 7, 1988 and the prime-time swan-song for JCP: Clash III. Support us on Patreon,...

Duration:01:57:48

111: Episode 111-Clash of the Champions IX

3/6/2019
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Just about 30 years ago, in Troy, New York, Ric Flair and Terry Funk wrestled in one of the most memorable matches of the 80's, or any decade for that matter. It was the famous "I Quit Match." Join Conrad and Tony as they go back to November, 1989, when TBS presented its ninth edition of the prime time wrestling program the Clash of the Champions. Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUS content: patreon.com/WHWMonday (http://patreon.com/WHWMonday) Like us...

Duration:02:12:21

110: Episode 110-WrestleMania X7

2/27/2019
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A mere six days after WCW closed its doors, the WWF held WrestleMania 17 at the Astrodome in Houston, Texas. A show full of memorable matches like the TLC match for the tag team championship, McMahon against McMahon, the Undertaker against HHH and Stone Cold Steve Austin versus the Rock. But it also began a downturn in business for Vince McMahon that began with one much debated decision at the end of the show. Join the boys as they look back on one of the most requested subjects of podcast...

Duration:03:49:06

109: WCW Chi-Town Rumble 1989

2/22/2019
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We go back to look at a classic Ric Flair vs Ricky Steamboat main event and all that went along with it. Like: Michael Hayes against the Russian Assassin, Barry Windham against Lex Luger, the Road Warriors, Kevin Sullivan, Dr. Death Steve Williams, Sting, Hacksaw Butch Reed, the Midnight Express, Jim Cornette, Paul E. Dangerously and a whole lot more. Join Conrad and Tony on a trip back to Chicago 30 years ago for WCW Chi-Town Rumble!

Duration:02:43:49

Episode 109: WCW Chi-Town Rumble '89

2/20/2019
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We go back to look at a classic Ric Flair vs Ricky Steamboat main event and all that went along with it. Like: Michael Hayes against the Russian Assassin, Barry Windham against Lex Luger, the Road Warriors, Kevin Sullivan, Dr. Death Steve Williams, Sting, Hacksaw Butch Reed, the Midnight Express, Jim Cornette, Paul E. Dangerously and a whole lot more. Join Conrad and Tony on a trip back to Chicago 30 years ago for WCW Chi-Town Rumble! Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free,...

Duration:02:42:34

108: Episode 108: Thursday RAW Thursday 1997

2/13/2019
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In February of 1997, the WWF was on the cusp of the "Attitude Era." In a memorable interview Shawn Michaels vacated the World Heavyweight Title. Many thought it was only because he was not willing to lose to Brett Hart at WrestleMania 13. It was however, the key moment it was a solid two hour program complete with the crowning of a new Intercontinental Champion and the beginning of a legendary career. Conrad and Tony take you back to Lowell, Massachusetts and Thursday RAW Thursday. Support...

Duration:01:38:04

107: Episode 107: WrestleMania 18

2/6/2019
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Tony and Conrad take you back to March of 2002. Icon versus Icon as the Rock meets Hulk Hogan. Plus Kurt Angle, Robbie Van Dam, Booker T., The Dudley Boyz, Stone Cold vs Scott Hall and Ric Flair against the Undertaker. Truly one of the best WrestleMania's ever and one that was worth every minute of the 3-plus hours broadcast. Remember The Rock interview with Coach? You'll be able to hear it, relive it and much more here on WHW. Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus...

Duration:03:51:16

106: Episode 106: SuperBrawl Revenge 2001

1/30/2019
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It was the final SuperBrawl of them all. February 18, 2001 and a little over a month before WCW would close down the doors, Scott Steiner met Kevin Nash for the WCW World Championship in a match in which the rules seemed to change every five minutes. There were some great moments, like an electric Six Man Elimination Match; Chavo Guerrero, Jr. against Rey Mysterio and Diamond Dallas Page having to fight through not one, but two opponents. Enjoy SuperBrawl, WHW Monday style! Support us on...

Duration:02:58:32

105: Episode 105: Clash of the Champions XIV

1/23/2019
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Conrad and Tony take you back to WCW in 1991. The Gulf War was raging. Dusty Rhodes had returned as booker. The Clash had to be taken out of the CNN Center and moved to Gainesville, Georgia. This show had plenty: Ric Flair vs Scott Steiner, an arm wrestling contest between Paul Heyman and Missy Hyatt, and plenty of enhancement matches. Welcome to the Jim Herd era of WCW! This is DIXIE DYNAMITE!!!!

Duration:02:02:35

104: Episode 104: Survivor Series '96

1/16/2019
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While WCW was enjoying the momentum of Hulk Hogan turning heel and the advent of the NWO, the WWF was chugging right along with who would become the biggest superstar in the business (Stone Cold Steve Austin); a "blue chip" rookie (Rocky Maivia) and one of the true-great performers in the ring (Shawn Michaels). Join Conrad and Tony as they look back on a show that had a little bit of everything and a show that Conrad calls an underrated "gem." This is Survivor Series '96 at Madison Square...

Duration:03:07:29

103: Episode 103: Remembering Gene Okerlund

1/9/2019
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Whether you worked in pro wrestling or were a fan of pro wrestling, January 2, 2019 was a tough day for all of us. It was the day, "Mean" Gene Okerlund passed away. He had a profound impact on all our lives. Conrad and Tony look and listen back to some of the moments that made him so special. Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUS content: patreon.com/WHWMonday (http://www.patreon.com/WHWMonday) Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/WHWMonday...

Duration:01:58:02

102: Episode 102: Ask Tony Anything

1/2/2019
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A noble underachiever and a beautiful valedictorian fall in love the summer before she goes off to college. Tony plays "In Your Eyes" by Peter Gabriel, the song that was playing the first time they slept together, on a boombox under Lois' open bedroom window. WAIT. NO THAT'S THE MOVIE. But here on this 102nd episode of the podcast Tony Schiavone answers you questions as only he knows how. With honesty, passion and a whole lot of bullshit. So if you sent your Slapdick questions in on Twitter,...

Duration:01:45:10

101: Episode 101: WCW Sin 2001

12/26/2018
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As World Championship Wrestling began it's final year, WCW Sin kicked off the Pay Per View schedule with a real cluster***k from Indianapolis. It's a show best remembered for Sid Vicious' broken leg. but you'll best remember it for the beginning of end of the run of WCW. WHW 101 is complete with a Tony and Lois version of "Baby It's Cold Outside." Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUS content: patreon.com/WHWMonday (http://www.patreon.com/WHWMonday) Like...

Duration:03:05:57

100: Episode 100: Starrcade 2000

12/19/2018
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It's the final Starrcade! (Yeah, we know it's now a WWE, house show-streaming-type-thing, but this is the last REAL one). And WCW went out with a fizzle. With the exception of the opening match (a great ladder match, by the way), it was not much going on. DDP and Kevin Nash did win the WCW Tag Team Championship and Big Papa Pump retained the WCW World Title by beating Sid Vicious, but mostly is was a "Christmas Miracle" WCW lasted as long as it did. And three months later WCW was..."a...

Duration:02:59:47

99: Episode 99: Starrcade '93

12/12/2018
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Many say it was Ric Flair's greatest moment. Everyone tuned in on December 27, 1993 to see not only Flair with one of his finest triumphs, but also to honor "The Man" during his biggest challenge; one on one against Vader. From the opening montage, to Flair leaving his home, to the match, to the emotional end, it was a wonderful tribute. And be sure to look not only for a young future Mrs. Thompson (Megan), but also a very young Charlotte Flair. Support us on Patreon, get this show early and...

Duration:02:57:12

98: Episode 98: December to Dismember 2006

12/5/2018
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Was this the worst Pay Per View of all time? Well, it was branded as ECW, but with the exception of Tommy Dreamer, Rob Van Dam, Joey Styles, Taz, Paul E. and an appearance by Sandman, it was everything but ECW. As a matter of fact, a case could be made that it was WWE burning the ECW brand once and for all. Sad, but probably true. Join Conrad and Tony as they cover the Elimination Cage that basically eliminated a loved wrestling product. Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad...

Duration:02:25:55

97: Episode 97: Starrcade '83

11/28/2018
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This is the one that has "stood the test of time." The very first Starrcade from Thanksgiving night 1983. It was before WrestleMania and became the flagship event of Jim Crockett Promotions and then WCW. It was not a Pay Per View event but was broadcast via closed circuit to many arenas in the then Mid-Atlantic area. Ric Flair vs Harley Race was the featured event, but the event had so much more. Including Roddy Piper and Greg Valentine in a Dog Collar Match; Gordon Solie and Bob Caudle on...

Duration:03:06:12

96: Episode 96: ECW November to Remember 1997

11/21/2018
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Conrad loved them. Tony never watched them. But 21 years later Tony has fallen in love with the action and carnage that was ECW! ECW! ECW! We take you back to the time when Shane Douglas won the ECW Title in his own hometown with Francine by his side. Was this a good or a bad ECW Pay Per View? Most viewers back then seemed split on the decision, but as Tony says: "...give me Francine, the Dudleys and Tommy Dreamer and Beulah then what more do you want?" Support us on Patreon, get this show...

Duration:02:49:25

95: Episode 95: Royal Rumble 1990

11/14/2018
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Conrad and Tony take you back to January 1990. It was the WWF Royal Rumble from Orlando featuring 30 top superstars and angles and issues heading to WrestleMania VI. It was also the event in which Tony found himself at the last minute behind the mic with Jesse "The Body" Ventura doing commentary. Orlando, Florida was the site and it was "Every Slapdick For Himself!" Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS of BONUS content: patreon.com/WHWMonday Like us on Facebook:...

Duration:02:53:28

94: Episode 94: Road Trip 2018

11/7/2018
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You may have been expecting Royal Rumble 1990, but that will come next week. This week, go on the road with Tony and Conrad as they drive from Nashville to Atlanta. If you hear a loud hissing noise then keep in mind most of it was Tony driving in a driving rain storm. But they survived and their conversation ranged from Hulk Hogan to Eric Bischoff to the current WWE product to Scott Steiner to Blew Chew. It also included a stop in Acworth, Georgia at the Shoney's to see if Big Papa Pump was...

Duration:02:46:11