FREE PODCAST 2/5 – PWTorch Dailycast – Elite Major Impact: McMahon and Soucek discuss possibility of Dean Ambrose going to AEW, MLW Superfight, Impact Twitch and YouTube numbers, more (87 min)


SHOW SUMMARY: PWTorch.com’s Mike McMahon and Andrew Soucek discuss the possibility of Dean Ambrose going to AEW. They also break down the results and news items coming out of MLW Superfight. Pentagon and Fenix are headed to AEW? They review Impact Twitch and YouTube numbers, and it looks like the Undead Realm is popular.

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2 Comments on FREE PODCAST 2/5 – PWTorch Dailycast – Elite Major Impact: McMahon and Soucek discuss possibility of Dean Ambrose going to AEW, MLW Superfight, Impact Twitch and YouTube numbers, more (87 min)

  1. I made it maybe 20-30 minutes into your pod, and I turned it off. The Impact bashing is honestly ridiculous, and inaccurate in some cases.

    First, you keep throwing out there that the show only had 5000 viewers, which is only partially true. The Twitch stream had 5000 viewers at points, but fluxed; and there were people who watched on Pursuit and replays.

    Secondly, Psycho Clown isn’t an Impact wrestler. He wrestles for AAA. You seemed to continually associate him with Impact Wrestling, which is factually incorrect.

    Third, why all the hate for this product? Many of us who watch it enjoy it, and it’d be nice to have some objectivity in the reviews. If you don’t like it, that’s your right; but way to alienate a portion of your potential audience with your coverage.

    Lastly, how dare they try something different with a post show!? Clearly no one must care anymore because they peel back the curtain a bit on a post show, and during commercials! Nevermind that WWE frequently has done this with shows like Tough Enough, and so on…

    • I hear ya, bro. I stopped listening to these 2 goofballs a while ago for the same reason. They were so unprofessional and clearly put zero effort into show prep or following the product (Xplosion, One Night Onlys, Twitch). I saw them actually put something Impact-related in the title of the post, and clicked to see if any listeners had put anything in the comments section indicating they were taking their task more seriously. Sadly, I see nothing has changed. A wrestling website where the content is bashing wrestling promotions……….brilliant business strategy.

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