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In this week's episode, due to the recent NXT TakeOver: WarGames II and WWE's Starrcade House Show, we decided to take a look at some of the old PPV concepts and names that should be brought back. As we welcome back Peach after another few weeks off, we look into some of the former WCW, ECW and WWE/F PPV's that should be brought back in some capacity. Between WCW's Bash at the Beach and World War 3, WWE's King of the Ring and Cyber Sunday and ECW's Heat Wave and Guilty as Charged, we try to take a look at a way to bring back some of the concepts and names that most fans have been wanting to see make a return.

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In this week's episode, we are celebrating Thanksgiving by speaking on what we are thankful for since beginning Apron Work Podcast and in the wrestling world in general. We take time to thank specific matches, wrestlers, their social media accounts and, of course, you the listeners, who have been amazing beyond our wildest expectations in respect to episode downloads. We also find some time to speak on some of the events and happenings of Survivor Series and the possibility of adding other wrestling company PPVs into our predictions next year. To top that all off, with Peach not gracing us with his presence once again, we also attempt to predict what we feel he would be thankful for as well.

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In this week's episode, we discuss Survivor Series weekend, which includes NXT Takeover: War Games II on Saturday and the Survivor Series PPV on Sunday. In what has become commonplace, we are without Peach, mostly due to us not telling him when we were recording the first time around that had to be re-done by the mass changes made on Tuesday night's SmackDown Live. We give our predictions for both cards on the weekend, as well as who we believe will be the survivors in each Survivor Series matches and who we believe Peach will end up predicting, whenever he decides to send them to us.

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In this week's episode, we decide to take a look back to where the idea of Apron Work Podcast all began in honor of the WrestleMania 35 travel packages becoming available this week. In 2016, the three of us went to our first (and only) WrestleMania in Dallas, Texas, as we purchased our tickets through the WWE travel package. We remember the events that surrounded that trip for us, speak on our experiences and explain if we felt it was worth it or not. We also tell some stories surrounding Walton being drunk and Respass wearing Philadelphia 76ers pajama pants to the airport to kick WrestleMania week off the right way.

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In this week's episode, we take a moment to discuss the recent events that included Roman Reigns leukemia announcement, Austin Aries taking his ball and going home at Bound for Glory and the upcoming news of John Cena refusing to work Crown Jewel and needing a way to write him out of the World Cup tournament. These events led us to our topic of the week, which included an extreme amount of input from Peach, of moments in wrestling when you were confused on whether or not you were seeing something real or a story-line. Moments that were brought up was when Jerry "The King" Lawler had a heart attack on live TV, Mark Henry's "retirement" speech in that famous salmon suit coat and the Montreal Screw Job.

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In this week's episode, we push right through "The Peach Pit" trilogy into the fourth edition that nobody asked us for. We kick things off discussing Respass' old attempts at websites using Angelfire.com and Peach shows up for his second episode in a row to ask hard hitting questions that seem to revolve a lot around fantasy football and if a wrestling version of it would work. Peach also asks what can be done to get more people into watching wrestling now and what do we think Fox is going to be looking for when they begin to air SmackDown.

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In this week's episode, we have huge news...WE FOUND PEACH! That is right! Peach is back and that means our B host is here to talk about WWE's B show, SmackDown. SmackDown reaches a milestone of their 1000th episode and that means we were discussing the history of SmackDown. Respass posted three questions on Reddit and Twitter about SmackDown, which included about who you would associate with SmackDown other than The Rock, your favorite announce team in its history and the most memorable moment on an episode. Before we read off these answers, we discussed our own answers to these questions, talked about what has been announced and rumored for SmackDown 1000 and much, much more.

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In this week's episode, we experience yet another week of unforeseen circumstances that caused another last-minute switch in the subject for the week and, which has us very worried, we still can't seem to find Peach. We found ourselves a little more prepared for this week's impromptu change and decided to focus on the professional wrestling style ending that happened at UFC 229 this past Saturday night between Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov. Respass gives his conspiracy theory on what he thinks actually happened that night and we look into why we believe MMA fans have such disdain for pro wrestling. We also look into some wrestlers and fighters of the past who have crossed over to one side or the other and talk about if we believe McGregor will ever step foot in a WWE ring.

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In this week's episode, unforeseen circumstances caused a last minute switch in the subject for the week and to make matters worse, we still can't seem to find Peach. Regardless of the change, we decided to discuss the rumor of Shawn Michaels probably coming out of retirement to wrestle at Crown Jewel, the next event in Saudi Arabia. We give our opinions on retirement in wrestling, if and when it is appropriate to unretire, who we would like to see Michaels feud with and the rumor about The Rock possibly being champion in 2019 leading into yet another event set in Saudi Arabia. As Walton attempted to force more topics into the episode, we also discussed New Japan Pro Wrestling's Fighting Spirit Unleashed, Cody Rhodes' position in the wrestling world and whether or not wrestlers have agents.

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In this week's episode, we take a play out of the Hell In A Cell 2018 playbook and talk about the WORST wrestling PPV endings in our opinions. Unfortunately, we were once again without the in-depth analysis of Peach. We talked about PPVs in the history of wrestling that had awful endings and either ruined the event or added to an already awful card. We both took the idea of what makes a wrestling PPV ending horrible in different directions which led to some serious debating. One of the most interesting debates involved which of the last two Philadelphia Royal Rumble endings was the worst one, you may be surprised to hear that we did not agree on this one.

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