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In this week's episode, we branch off of a recent conference call where Roman Reigns was asked a question by TalkSport about the potential of an off-season in the WWE. Reigns mentions that he would never be opposed to trying something new and how it would give performers another couple of months to rest and recover, physically and creatively. We decided to debate on if this could work in the world of wrestling and used the WWE as our main example due to its current model that they have used for years with the amount of shows that they hold in a week, all year round. We look at how this would affect wrestlers, fans, the networks that broadcast the shows and if it would even matter to any other wrestling company.

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In this week's extra special 50th episode, we had an episode by episode roundtable review for the ever so memorable and special attempt at wrestling by MTV in the form of Wrestling Society X. We welcome back our previous guest from The Opie & Friends Show on YouTube, Roy Connor, as well as two newcomers in Allen Santos, aka TerraRyzin on Twitch, and Carlos Rodriguez, aka Carlos Rodriguez. We take a look at each episode, all of the wrestlers that were relative unknowns back then that we all know now, what we liked about it and, just as importantly, what we didn't like about it.

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In this week's episode, we use the recent announcement of Chris Hemsworth playing Hulk Hogan in a biopic set up at Netflix and the release of Fighting with My Family, which depicts the WWE career of Paige, to come up with our topic. We decided to take a look at the wrestlers we would enjoy to see a biopic of eventually and which actors we would like to play them. Who would you choose to play Roman Reigns? How about John Cena? Who could deliver the pipebomb correctly in a movie about CM Punk? And who would be able to handle the role of being Vincent Kennedy McMahon? We choose who we feel should and could play them in this episode!

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In this week's episode, we focus on the huge announcement of The Undertaker making a non-WWE appearance. We take a look at how this could affect his legacy in the wrestling business, what we see for his future in other appearances, could this mean he may ever decide to wrestle a match outside of the WWE and what matches we would like to see. We also take a little bit about the Elimination Chamber PPV and what that main event could mean for Kofi Kingston's future.

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In this week's episode, we take a look at the careers of the three men who made up the group known as The Shield. Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose have all made quite the career for themselves in WWE and their accomplishments have put them into rare company when it comes to success of stables together and apart. We break down each one of the members, where we think the group stands against the greatest stables of all-time and what are some of our greatest memories of each of the three. Unfortunately, Peach was not able to join us again so we were not able to get his insight and wisdom when it came to these three future Hall of Famers.

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In this week's episode, we decide to follow up the Royal Rumble with our own predictions of how we see the Road to WrestleMania 35 playing out. As another episode without Peach (this time it was our fault, we forgot to tell him the new day for recording), Walton and Respass take turns looking at all of the championships in WWE and who we see as the champion and competing for that title on "The Grandest Stage of Them All". Since we recorded on a Wednesday this week, we cheated a little bit by seeing what happened on Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live that may have given us hints, but we still tried to look at how we would personally have WWE get to the matches we predicted.

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In this week's two-part episode, we break down the numbers of the Royal Rumble with our very special guest, Roy Connor, of The Opie & Friends Show on YouTube. We decided to divvy up the numbers secretly by only knowing which numbers we have ourselves which would make it a surprise for us who had the other entrant numbers. Part two focuses on entrants 16 through 30 in the Royal Rumble's history as we cover some of the combined numbers that go with that entrant number, some of the best and worst wrestlers that came out at that number and so much more.

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In this week's two-part episode, we break down the numbers of the Royal Rumble with our very special guest, Roy Connor, of The Opie & Friends Show on YouTube. We decided to divvy up the numbers secretly by only knowing which numbers we have ourselves which would make it a surprise for us who had the other entrant numbers. Part one focuses on entrants 1 through 15 in the Royal Rumble's history as we cover some of the combined numbers that go with that entrant number, some of the best and worst wrestlers that came out at that number and so much more.

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In this week's episode, we honor the passing of "Mean" Gene Okerlund by asking ourselves and the rest of the Social Media world (or at least those who follow us) for some favorite professional wrestling interviews of all-time. With a ton of feedback, Respass & Walton fighting sickness and Peach actually joining the fold this week, we decided to speak mostly on what others brought to us with adding a few of our favorites as well. And since Peach doesn't seem to understand the concept of a topic, he decided to research "Mean" Gene Okerlund and gave us some fun facts on him. To add a little bit of spice, Walton speaks on the few matches of Wrestle Kingdom 13 that he watched. *A link to a YouTube playlist of most of the videos discussed in the episode can be found below.*

Apron Work Favorite Interviews Playlist

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In this week's New Year's special episode, we take a look back at the wrestling world over the past year as well as our very own podcast. We discuss things we enjoyed, our favorite matches, things we did not like, who we feel could have been utilized more and how often Peach shows up for episodes (he was shockingly missing from this one too). We then talked about what we would like to accomplish in the next year as a podcast and what we would like to see from the wrestling world. To top it all off, we quickly ran over the Wrestle Kingdom 13 card to pacify Walton!

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