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WrestleRoasts

WrestleRoasts

Mike Lawrence, Dan St. Germain, Scott Chaplin, and Robert Karpeles, the man behind @WWECreativeish, are joining forces to give you WrestleRoasts! Each episode they’ll tear a legend a new “hole” before diving into the wildest wrestling news of the week. If you’ve gotten your fill of wrestling’s past, tune in to WrestleRoasts where the four bearded big men of podcasting skewer wrestling’s present. F... more

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This week, Dan(iel), Scott, Mike and Robert cover all of WrestleMania 40 and break down the disastrous move of AEW airing CM Punk's footage.

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6 days ago

The gang's all here as Dan, Robert, Scott and Mike all look at the week in WrestleMania terms. Plus, there's a little AEW discussion too.

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13 days ago

It's a double whammy this week as we are having trouble with the Patreon so EVERYBODY gets to hear Scott and Dan review WWE Raw from Chicago and AEW Collision!

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15 days ago

Dan & Scott look at The Rock bloodying Cody Rhodes, is Ricochet out of place, what does Chris Jericho have planned with HOOK, plus Dan powers through like Michael Jordan in the flu game. Join the Patreon: patreon.com/wrestleroasts Buy our Merch: IT'S... more

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Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars from 474 ratings
  • Mid

    I like the guy that has bad internet everyone else either seems less informed than their platform suggests they should be or their takes are pretty bad.

    Apple Podcasts
    3
    DomMarachinskas
    United States19 days ago
  • Great content, terrible audio

    The audio is consistently terrible, each co-host should record their audio locally and then edit them together. Basic stuff guys.

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    2
    B_C_Jones
    United States6 months ago
  • Could Be Better

    Any podcast asking for people to pay for content should at the very least have decent audio equipment. Sometimes this show is unlistenable when you have Dan and Scott calling in from hotel parking lots, having their calls being a garbled hot mess. If you’re not proper set up to record, maybe don’t record fellas?

    Apple Podcasts
    2
    Bob Van Slam
    United States8 months ago
  • These guys are miserable.

    No notes.

    Apple Podcasts
    4
    Charly Muskrat
    Canadaa year ago
  • Finger lickin’ good commentary

    Satisfied

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Sway_14
    United Statesa year ago

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