Thursday, June 05, 2008

W.W.E. 24/7 Is The Best Buy On Cable

If you are a fan of the squared circle, then W.W.E. 24/7 is a must! For around $6 or $7 per month you can watch some great stuff from the past and the recent present. They already have No Way Out from February as a feature this month.

My favorite show is the Legends of Wrestling. It's normally hosted by Jim Ross, but the last couple of episodes have been hosted by my "close, personal, long-time friend," "Mean" Gene Okerlund.

This month he moderates a round table discussion on the worst gimmicks in the history of wrestling with Dusty Rhodes, Pat Patterson, Mick Foley and Michael Hayes as the panelists. Yes, the Gobbeldy Gooker does come up. But in past months they've talked about other topics such as territories and legit badasses.

It has an old-school type of feel with some of the guys puffing on cigars or cigarettes. Former panelists have included Tazz, Eric Bischoff, Mike Graham and Jerry Lawler.

So if you're tired of the current product, do yourself a favor and at least try out W.W.E. 24/7.


Anonymous said...

Not related but I wanted to bring this to your attention Sean, I don't know about you but I think this is a real bush leauge move:

Sean G. Kilkelly said...

Thanks very much for bringing this to my attention...

I can't understand W.W.E. sometimes, this really stinks because they are screwing the fans. The N.W.A. is definitely not a threat to them at this point.

They are actually giving away tix to this event now because no one is going.

W.W.E. should really be ashamed!

Anonymous said...

Between two Flair fans I'd really like to see you write a post on this one.

See this is the stuff that makes me hate Vince, at the end of the day it's all about the benjamins and what he wants. In truth he really has no love for the industry, at least not anymore. In a perfect world JR would be in full control of the WWE right now because he still has that passion for the business on whole.

Ric Flair is the best of the best of the best, he is the greatest the industry has ever offered. If someone wants to pay tribute to him like this and he wants to attend then he should be able to, it's absurd that he can't.

Sean G. Kilkelly said...

Well, said!

In fact, I couldn't have said it better myself!

I'd be really interested to see if J.R. comments on this if he hasn't already.