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LAW Interviews: In depth and full-length interviews with wrestling's top stars from the past and present. LAW Xtra: Occasionally added on the end of the podcast, it covers smaller pay-per-view reviews e. Jojo Remy "Japanese Audio Wrestling":

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The show is also considered to be a spiritual successor to Fight Network Radiodue to John Pollock's past and present connections. Notably, in a homage to an early "Ask-a-Wai" episode where John and Wai reviewed a wrestling-related pornographic film, the second and third anniversary shows had John and Wai review a wrestling-related pornographic film; the visible discomfort of Wai reviewing the film has led them to discontinue reviewing wrestling-related pornographic films.

The name was chosen to not only reflect the product being reviewed a show based on developmental wrestlingbut also the fact that this was Braden's first foray into radio broadcasting having ed shortly after the LAW debuted on TSN Radio as one of his first industry jobsand a turning point in Agnew's television career having left Bite TV since the LAW debuted on TSN Radio, leaving him with no permanent work in television aside from Splatalot.

Also since whtsNXT has chosen to skip the review of the post-Takeover NXT episodes, stating there's no point in reviewing a review show. LAW Interviews: In depth and full-length interviews with wrestling's top stars from the past and present.

On occasion, when either co-host is unavailable, a substitute co-host has ed the other co-host; most notably, Arda Ocal has been a guest reviewer on "Review-A-Wai" on several occasions during the years that the LAW and "Aftermath" The Score Television Network 's wrestling analysis show, co-hosted by Arda Ocal were promoted together.

The last episode of Review-a-Smackdown was posted on October 25, They embark on the worst decision of their lives — fully chronicling every WCW Nitro from the year The two primarily review older wrestling pay-per-view events from the mid to late s, but have since branched out to other media relating to wrestling and mixed martial arts.

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Spinoff series[ edit ] Over the years, there have been several radio shows and podcasts that have complemented the LAW. Jojo Remy "Japanese Audio Wrestling": Each episode also ends with a piece of music specifically selected by one of the co-hosts, often relating to the show being reviewed.

Although initially deed to be a biweekly series, it was moved to a weekly format soon after, available on both the MLW and LAW podcast feeds. Review-A-Wai[ edit ] "Review-A-Wai" is a weekly review podcast starring John Pollock and Wai Ting, which was originally presented immediately following the archived episode of the LAW and was later made available separately. The cjat episode of Review-a-Raw was posted on Chaf 23, Reviews of classic events often contain audio clips from the show s they are reviewing; at the end of the show, John and Wai also respond to listener feedback after the review.

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Jojo Remy "Japanese Audio Wrestling": As the podcast version takes precedence, the television edition of the show is likely to be pre-empted in the event of other Fight Network commitments by either host; this first occurred on July 5,where Jason Agnew would host an audio-only edition in lieu of the televised show, due to John and Wai covering UFC for Fight Network.

Although put on hiatus with the shutdown of the LAW in Octoberas part of the launch of Post Wrestling, it was announced that Japanese Audio Wrestling would continue under the Post Wrestling banner with a new name, with no specified timeframe for a relaunch.

It was taped immediately following Live Audio Xtra, and was a general discussion podcast and generally unrelated to wrestling. The final episode of Review-a-Wai was posted on October 19,with an announced episode that would have aired had the LAW not been shutdown. The first episode of the British Wrestling Experience launched on January 18, Each episode also ends with a piece of music specifically selected by one of the co-hosts, often relating to the show being reviewed.

Trivia[ edit ] Due to the popularity of the show, TSN 's Off the Record has had all past and current co-hosts of the radio program, excluding John Pollock, as guest panelists on the program, over the years. The first episode of the British Wrestling Experience launched on January 18, The first episode was posted on October 7, as an addition to the LAW's podcast, but thereafter was separately posted on Thursdays thereafter.

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The first episode was posted on October 7, as an addition to the LAW's wrestlinf, but thereafter was separately posted on Thursdays thereafter. Reviews of classic events often contain audio clips from the show s they are reviewing; at the end of the show, John and Wai also respond to listener feedback after the arestling. Also since whtsNXT has chosen to skip the review of the post-Takeover NXT episodes, stating there's no point in reviewing a review show.

Oli Court "British Audio Wrestling": The televised version of Review-A-Raw is effectively a televised recording session of the podcast, with the actual Cbat Raw review content identical in both versions. The final episode of Review-a-Wai was posted on October 19,with an announced episode that would have aired had the LAW not been shutdown.

The final "podcast-only" episode of Review-A-Raw was posted March 31,with the first episode of the televised series aired on Fight Network on April 7, The name was chosen to not only reflect the product being reviewed a show based on developmental wrestlingbut also the fact that this was Braden's first foray into radio broadcasting having ed shortly after the LAW debuted on TSN Radio as one of his first industry jobsand a turning point in Agnew's television career having left Bite TV since the LAW debuted on TSN Radio, leaving him with no permanent work in television aside from Splatalot.

For a time inReview-A-Raw was available as a live podcast, airing over the internet wrfstling Stickam immediately following WWE Raw, but it reverted to a taped format over technical issues resulting in one or both hosts being knocked off of the air. Trivia[ edit ] Due to the popularity of the show, TSN 's Off the Record has had all past and current co-hosts of the radio program, excluding John Pollock, as guest panelists on the program, over the years.

Richard Benson "British Audio Wrestling": Often considered the worst time period for any major wrestling promotion, these 52 episodes could prove wrestilng be the thing that finally breaks these podcasting brothers apart.

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The televised version of Review-A-Raw is effectively a televised recording session of the podcast, with the actual WWE Raw review content identical in both chqt. The first episode of the spiritual successor of Review-a-Wai under the Post Wrestling banner, Rewind-a-Wai, launched with the review intended for the announced episode.

As part of the Post Wrestling launch in Decemberit was announced that British Audio Wrestling would continue under the Post Wrestling umbrella under a new name, later revealed to be the British Wrestling Experience. As part of the Post Wrestling launch in Decemberit was announced that Keep it would continue under the Post Wrestling umbrella; the first episode of Keep it under the Post Wrestling umbrella was posted on January 25, The first episode of Review-A-Raw was posted on July 6, The first episode was posted on August 1, The last episode of whtsNXT was posted on October 26, On occasion, when either co-host is unavailable, a substitute co-host has ed the other co-host; most notably, Arda Ocal has been a guest reviewer on "Review-A-Wai" on several occasions during the years that the LAW and "Aftermath" The Score Television Network 's wrestling analysis show, co-hosted by Arda Ocal were promoted together.

Spinoff series[ edit ] Over the years, there have been several radio shows and podcasts that have complemented the LAW.

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