We wouldn't have so much Goldberg in 2019 if his 1999 wasn't so successful. Mo & Gregg look back on which exact match Goldberg become a star, reflect on WWE's push of Billy Gunn in the Attitude Era, and they provide romantic advice as only they can.

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Program runs 47 minutes

Recorded before Harley Race's passing, Mo & Ballz cover some recent news & rumors, speculate on Jericho's mystery partners for the debut of AEW on TNT, review WWE Smackdown Live, and both hosts admits to the wrestlers that they are "over".

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Program runs 1 hour, 1 min.

Raw Reunion brought back dozens of legends this week. How much of it worked... and how much of it didn't work? Mo Lightning looks back on this special edition of WWE programming, as well as AEW/TNT's announcement this week.

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Program runs 48 minutes

Mo & Ballz do their best to sort the wrestling-related news coming out of San Diego Comic-Con, look back upon the week in WWE ppv & TV, and they talk CM Punk appearing at Starrcast 3.

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Program runs 1 hour, 5 minutes

Mo & Gregg preview next week's Raw Reunion show and try to figure out how the eff WWE will get all of the promoted legends onto TV, list off some fun facts from an infamous King of the Ring, look at Eric Bichoff's reasons for taking over Smackdown, and they try to remember all of the WCW Nitro Girls without cheating.

LISTEN NOW -- Gregg did something unheard of, for him, Saturday night. It amazed Mo.
Program runs 52 minutes

Jericho invented THAT too? Mo, Gregg, and Ballz take a look at the long-running wrestling tradition he seemed to debut, predict this weekend's AEW Fight For The Fallen and WWE Extreme Rules events, look at the WWE/ESPN relationship, and wonder why Avengers Of Justice is a thing.

LISTEN NOW - - Or you'll miss some of Mo's most shocking jokes yet.
Program runs 1 hour, 10 minutes