FREE PODCAST 10/16 – Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-Show – AEW Dynamite w/Keller & Radican: Jericho vs. Allin, Riho vs. Baker, Omega & Page vs. Pac & Moxley, live callers, on-site correspondent, mailbag (164 min)



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SHOW SUMMARY: PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by PWTorch columnist Sean Radican to discuss AEW on TNT with live callers and mailbag questions, plus an on-site correspondent from Philadelphia. They discuss Chris Jericho vs. Darby Allin, Riho vs. Dr. Britt Baker, Kenny Omega & “Hangman” Page vs. Pac & Jon Moxley, and spirited discussions about whether AEW is doing enough to develop and define their characters, whether they’re too loose with the rules, and if they’re possibly trying too hard to counter-program and break from the standard WWE TV format that features a great mix of talkings and video packages.

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2 Comments on FREE PODCAST 10/16 – Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-Show – AEW Dynamite w/Keller & Radican: Jericho vs. Allin, Riho vs. Baker, Omega & Page vs. Pac & Moxley, live callers, on-site correspondent, mailbag (164 min)

  1. Both Wade and Keller continue to look at the world, too much, through WWE glasses, or WWE-critique glasses. This reminds me a bit about how wrestling podcasts and writers reacted to Lucha Underground, when a new show didn’t fit the received paradigm.

    Professional wrestling is many things, but one thing it is not is a true sport, so whenever a promoter or fan or show commentator go on about the “sport” I recognize immediately that the work-aspect (that is, the deception tradition that has been handed down since the carnival days) is in effect.

    After listening to this podcast I am starting to believe that Wade is becoming like Jim Cornette – increasingly out of touch with younger generations. Wade is not yet to Cornette’s extreme, but it’s happening.

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