Welcome to episode 240 of Sweetman Podcast with support from our sponsors – T Leaf T and Yeastie Boys Now – as you probably know, as well as the usual platforms (this site, soundcloud, iTunes/Apple) you can now get to Sweetman Podcast on Spotify – follow it there and have it saved in your Spotify […]
Survivor Series 2019 Madman WWE It’s the 33rd version of the Survivor Series PPV event and it worked well with WWE pitting the three brands – RAW, Smackdown and NXT – against each other as a way of modernising the traditional Survivor Series-styled team match-ups.
Wrestlemania Monday WWE Madman Its known now – really ever since the advent of RAW – as its own thing: Wrestlemania Monday. It’s the night after the biggest event on the WWE calendar and just when you think you’ve seen and heard all the big double-crosses or new additions, you’ve watched the pay-off to a […]
Pegi Young & The Survivors Raw Pegi Young & The Survivors Even in divorce it’s unlikely that Pegi Young will get a fair chance of it – that said, Raw is uncomfortable in its energy. She has every right to exorcise her marriage and at the least complain about it. Sounds like Ol’ Neil put […]
For a few years I wrote for a pro-wrestling website, NZPWI, mostly I reviewed DVDs and books, I wrote a nostalgia-based column – and I interviewed two of my favourite wrestlers the first being Bret “The Hitman” Hart and then – it was on to The Nature Boy, Ric Flair… Ladies and gentlemen, his name […]
Clash of Champions 2016 WWE WWE.com Just as Backlash was the first SmackDown-branded PPV event following the brand-separation it was now the time for RAW to shine with Clash of Champions, a card that featured title-matches for the RAW roster. One of the great bonuses of watching these shows as they happen on the WWE’s […]
Best of RAW & SmackDown 2015 WWE Madman As with the recently released best of 2015’s PPV matches, I found The Best of RAW & Smackdown 2015 very useful and interesting. I’m a lapsed fan, I don’t watch the TV shows at all, I check in with the product via the DVDs and occasionally read […]
Superstars of Wrestling (back when the WWE was known as the WWF) started in 1986. It ran through until the early 1990s when a name-change to RAW (still the name) saw the turn to a new kind of product. Yes, yes, we’re talking pro-wrestling. I was a fan. Er, am a fan. Well, I’m not […]