The Iron Man Show – Episode 22

Welcome back for episode 22 of The Iron Man Show – A Wrestling Podcast. On this week’s show:

1. Summerslam 2016 and NXT Takeover Brooklyn II

The Fallen Angel catches up on WWE’s Summerslam weekend and provides his thoughts on both shows. That is, when The Real Deal isn’t going off tangent.

2. News

This week’s news includes Finn Balor’s injury; The Dudley Boyz retiring (or have they?!); Vin Diesel and The Rock having fisticuffs; and Eric Young signing with NXT.

3. Summerslam 2012

Old Man Joey completes his recap of the 2012 Summerslam PPV.

4. Holy Foley – Episode 1

The first episode of this reality TV series is discussed. Was it worth watching? Will we go back and watch more?

5. Botch To Broadway – Summerslam 2002

We run through the card for Summerslam 2002. Was it a botch or was it broadway?

6. Main Event Jobber – Summerslam 1992

The actual main event at this Wembley show was The British Bulldog vs Bret “Hitman” Hart. We didn’t cover this one, because it was quite good. Instead we looked at the WWF Championship match between reigning champion “Macho Man” Randy Savage and challenger The Ultimate Warrior. Let the battle of the leotards commence!

7. Overrated or Underrated – The British Bulldog

We wrap up with a look at the career of The British Bulldog and decide if he had the push he deserved, or if there could have been more for him to do.

Randomly, we also have a quick chat about Brock Lesnar F5’ing horses.

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