VIP AUDIO 3/4 – The Fix Mailbag w/Todd Martin & Wade Keller (pt. 2 of 2): Would Austin have dropped down cards if he didn’t retire? Wasn’t Shaq a great use of celebrity in a match? Crockett Jr.’s legacy? More (83 min)


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SHOW SUMMARY: In this week’s episode of The Fix Mailbag (pt. 2 of 2 of The Fix) with PWTorch VIP analyst Todd Martin and host PWTorch editor Wade Keller, they address the following questions and topics submitted by readers…

  • Thoughts on Tony Khan’s touting his Wrestling Observer promoter/booker award.
  • Is Pete Dunne’s joint manipulation executed in a way that just lacks too much credibility?
  • Are too many wrestlers in WWE having monikers that mean “a woman of power” or “man of power”?
  • Did AEW pull off their women’s tournament as well as they should have, especially in terms of how it was presented on TV?
  • Does AEW’s announce team have “tells” that give away what’s going to happen like WWE announcers have?
  • Are there any “bad takes” or predictions over the years where you go, “What was I thinking?”
  • Had Steve Austin not retired, would he have continued to move down the card?
  • Is Jim Crockett Jr. the no. 2 all-time great promoter and what is his legacy?
  • Wasn’t the use of Shaq a great use of a celebrity athlete in pro wrestling, despite Wade’s take?
  • Why doesn’t PWTorch do year-end awards anymore, and does Todd think the Torch should?
  • Did this year’s Observer awards reveal a pro-AEW-bias that should be considered when evaluating the results?
  • Does Vince McMahon deserves criticism for how little TV time women get compared to men?
  • Is Jade Cargill a future star?

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