It was episode 21 of the TJRWrestling Podcast this week and it was our longest episode ever. Blame it on WrestleMania season because there’s a lot to talk about regarding World Wrestling Entertainment these days.
This weeks show has a run time of 2 hours and 10 minutes, which is our longest show to date.
Here’s a quick recap of what we discussed.
– We started off talking about current NXT storylines heading to the NXT Takeover Dallas show on April 1. We have predictions for the five main matches as well as a lot of excitement for the debut of Shinsuke Nakamura at that event.
– The discussion moved on to WWE’s Roadblock show from last Saturday with the awesome Triple H/Dean Ambrose main event.
– There was also a brief discussion about the big angles from Raw such as Roman Reigns’ return that led to boos from the crowd and the Shane McMahon/Undertaker main event segment.
– In the last hour of the show, we had a lengthy talk about WrestleManias 13-18, so make sure to listen to that as we reminisce about those memorable shows that took place from 1997 to 2002.
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