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The Internets most authentic & passionate WWE analysis. We cover every Raw, Smackdown, AEW Dynamite and NXT show. A show by fans, for fans.Follow me on Instagram @Wrestling_Audio. We are not affiliated with WWE in any way.Become a supporter of this podcast:

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4.1 out of 5 stars from 718 ratings
  • I love the analysis and your personality; but you're killing me with the mispronounced names. The man's name is Oba Femi with an "M", not Oba Feni with an "N" and most egregiously you consistently refer to Fallon Henly as "Farron Henry". WTF dude? It's spelled on the screen for you and everything. You're killing me, Smalls. Otherwise, I find you engaging and a good listen.

    Podcast Addict
    2 months ago
  • Way too many Ads

    Ads every 5 mins just relax a lil

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    rocket balboa
    United States5 months ago
  • Same old same old

    Gave this pod a chance a few times but it’s the same as most others. Complain about everything wwe. Every episode I’ve listened to from the main guy I hear a 10mins of Roman Reigns complaining. If you like AEW and hate WWE this is for you. But to be fair it’s just one guy, I’ve randomly listen to a smackdown episode and that guy was cool.

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    Gorilla biz
    United States5 months ago
  • Ads

    Love the show! But 15 out of the first 30 minutes is ads is crazy. Anyways love the actual content

    Apple Podcasts
    United States7 months ago
  • Review

    Matt does a good job with as much as he has on his plate each week. I wish the shows did their homework more and not just assume or make stuff up. The only tough show to listen to besides having to mute the DJ guy when he comes on is the smack down show. They need to go back and listen to their show before they post it. They say “definitely” and “I guess you could say” way too much that it becomes tough to focus on the content. Otherwise, keep up the good work!

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    United States8 months ago

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