Dangerous Dave celebrates 10 years of WrestlingAudio in this first of two episodes! Dave looks back on how he began with the site before moving onto a brand new Top 10 list of the best moments in WrestlingAudio history!
Dangerous Dave reviews a recent Uk independent show he attended from Infinite Promotions (which featured TNA's The Wolves) and also a look at the new Signature Sounds of the WWE DVD which counts down the Top 25 WWE Themes of all time... one glaring omission from that list... can you guess who it is, Brother? Followed by Dave's personal Top Ten Themes.
Dangerous Dave pays tribute to the legendary "Rowdy" Roddy Piper with memories and a top 10 Moments of Hot Rod's Career list.
Dangerous Dave tales a look at a few films starring wrestlers - San Andreas starring the Rock, Magic Mike and MMXXL starring Kevin Nash and (as a bonus) The Human Centipede 3 starring Zeus... could it be worse than No Holds Barred?
Dangerous Dave cuts the WWE Hall of Fame down to 20 people! No Managers. No Stables. No Announcers or Promoters and they must have been in WWE at some point. (Oh yes there will be haters to this; Bring it on!)
Dangerous Dave pays tribute to Dusty Rhodes, responds to some recent criticism brought on by his Best/Worst title reigns list, and he reviews the recent "Just Say Yes" Daniel Bryan release.
Dangerous Dave counts down the best and worst title reigns since he's been watching pro wrestling/sports entertainment.
A lot of blu-ray reviews! Dangerous Dave checks out recent WWE releases including Jerry "The King" Lawler, the Ultimate Warrior, Chris Jericho and ECW. Also, did WWE put as much effort into the WrestleMania blu-ray as they did the actual show?
"WrestleMania shouldn't be 'good', it should be WRESTLEMANIA!" Dangerous Dave claims he broke the internet with his less-than-stellar thoughts about WrestleMania 31. Now he fully explains his reasoning.
Dangerous Dave lists the best and worst matches in WrestleMania history after giving his thoughts on the road to WrestleMania 31.
Dangerous Dave waited a long time for the UK to receive the WWE Network! Now that he's had a chance to sample everything it offers, does he feel it was worth the wait?