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Im now re listening to these shows. Its by far my fav podcast. more
This was my favorite podcast that I look forward to listening to every week when it was going strong! My greatest wish would be for them to start up the podcast once again and cover the episodes that they never did originally!
kind of lame that Brian gave up mid run, should of let someone else do it if you couldn't handle watching a 2hr show once every 2 weeks. You sure it has nothing to do with not getting paid? Should of just been honest and said you asked for money they said no so you quit. Why cant someone who wants to continue the show pick up where you left off? Ill throw my name in the hat and guarentee the ratings double in 2 months.
I love Nate and Brian. They often have guests that are willfully ignorant McMahrk jabronis and they often make me want to reach through the phone and slap them. But otherwise good coverage of a terrible time in the history of professional wrestling.
I could listen to this podcast all day - and sometimes do. more
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Keep It 2000: WCW Nitro in the year 2000 launched 6 years ago and published 37 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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