In what’s sure to be the wackiest episode of the Kayfabulous Lucha Bros Wrestling Podcast to date, we present PART 1 of our review of Summerslam 1990, one of Big D’s favorite shows of all time and a show that exemplifies the late 80s and early 90s era of WWF professional wrestling. More →
PART II of our review of Summerslam 1991 is up on the Kayfabulous Lucha Bros Wrestling Show as we finish our review of the match by focusing on the last three matches and the mid-PPV promo segment of the era. We go into detail about what REALLY HAPPENED behind the scenes between the Ultimate Warrior Jimmy Helwig and Vince McMahon and why the story you’ve heard is false. Get the real story here. PLUS, Sid Eudy arrives in the WWF and Terry Gene likes his body, we put over powder to the eyes AND the back rake, Lord Al Hayes’ crocodile tears (again), and MUCH MORE AND we give you THE MOST IN DEPTH ANALYSIS of the Randy Savage/Elizabeth post-wedding angle with Jake Roberts and Undertaker and provide humorous observations on things that quite frankly, make little sense. PLUS, the TUMBLER! Download the show now!!
Its Lucha Brothers time… and the LIVING… IS ANYTHING BUT EASY. As the lovely Brandon Draven and the Macho Dan Big D request your honor of joining us on this audio adventure as nuptials turn to napalm and we review Summerslam 1991 – a show that is legendary for all the wrong and right reasons! More →
The Kayfabolous Lucha Brothers are flying completely off the cuff as we literally SPIN THE WHEEL live on the air (not the tumbler this time) and review a random show WITH NO PREPARATION and THANKFULLY the wheel chose one of the greatest and most historic PPVs of all time – The 1996 Great American Bash. More →
The Lucha Bros are back with Vol II of our retrospective study of the Summer of 1996 in professional wrestling. On THIS edition, we travel to Japan and tackle New Japan, All Japan, FMW, and UWFI, then conclude the series back in the United States as we talk WCW and WWF and go right smack dab in the middle of the Monday Night War. Topics to be discussed include, but are not limited to – All Japan’s failed push of Taue and Kobashi in 96, New Japan’s three musketeers and the war with UWFI, a mini bio on Nobuhiko Takada, FMW and the truth about Hayabusa, the Shawn Michaels championship reign of the summer of 1996 with no real heels, the Austin 3:16 promo at the King of the Ring, the start and early days of the NWO invasion including Hogan’s turn and all of the things that led to WCW shooting ahead of the WWF in the Monday Night ratings War and not looking back. An amazing show! Listen and learn!
And we’d like to wish ANOTHER VERY SPECIAL thanks to Jeff “King J” Elmore for designing our awesome logo. You can get work done or just admire his work. Follow him on Instagram – kingj_brand or twitter at twitter.com/kingjbrand and SAMPLE his art at http://www.behance.net/jelmoredesign
Bash 1994 will have to wait a couple of weeks as the The Kayfabulous Lucha Bros take a very special investigative look at one of the most fascinating time periods in the history of the business, a time period where things were mostly booming and in an embryonic state before the big explosion, the Summer of 1996. In Vol I of a two part series, Draven and D examine the goings on of the Summer of 96 in the business of professional wrestling. We discuss all aspects of the major changes going on and on this first part, we discuss all types of fascinating topics of the times, including the beginning of the end for AAA’s boom period, the annexation of the luchadors to WCW, the seeds for the forming of Promo Azteka in amazing detail, the Summer of ECW including the rise and repackaging of Taz and his feud with Sabu and UFC Fighter Paul Varelans, the debut of Rob Van Dam, the Sandman vs. Raven storyline with Sandman’s son and whether or not it would work in the modern era, and MUCH MORE. Come back for Vol II next week as we discuss New Japan, All Japan, FMW, and then of course, WCW and WWF as the Monday Night War gets extremely competitive!
And we’d like to wish a VERY SPECIAL thanks to Jeff “King J” Elmore for designing our awesome logo. You can get work done or just admire his work. Follow him on Instagram – kingj_brand or twitter at twitter.com/kingjbrand and SAMPLE his art at http://www.behance.net/jelmoredesign
The Tumbler has spoken~! Kayfabulous Lucha Bros review the 1989 Survivor Series and folks, its hard to find anything wackier than late 80s WWF. We run down the entire card while pointing out the awesome, the terrible, and the absurd. We talk about the character of Zeus coming into our world from the movie world via portal to kill Terry Gene, the who played Rip in No Holds Barred, we talk Big Boss Man’s sweat, Martel vs. Santana in the Neverending Story, the most coked up promo in the history of the business, the team of ABSOLUTE MANHOOD~!, AND MORE! We also talk about some last minute card changes (Tully, Windham, Akeem) AND not only contemplate, but BOOK a Grand Finale Match of Survival for THIS show! And yeah folks, we booked a ***** match the likes of which Kobashi wouldn’t fathom! Check out what we’re thankful for! Download or die!