Kris & David are joined by Scott Bowden (Kentucky Fried Rasslin’ Podcast) to discuss the week that was October 10-16, 1991. We go with back-to-back weeks from the same year for the first time ever and give updates on the major news items from the previous week. We talk about Sid Justice's injury and his infamous moment with a squeegee against Mike Graham & Brian Pillman, the saga of Mr. Madness, Big Van Vader highly pissed at New Japan for jobbing him to Tony Halme, Lucha Strike update, Jerry Lawler bashes Billy Joe Travis' car with a baseball bat, and Eddie Gilbert goes on Pro Wrestling Spotlight to clear his name in the Paul E. Dangerously suspension story which we may have changed the narrative of. A very awesome show, with Scott really bringing the insight on the Gilbert story.
0:58:01 Eurasia: Japan (AJPW, NJPW, FMW, PWFG, & JWP) & Austria
1:34:53 Classic Commercial Break
1:39:14 Housekeeping/The Amazon Game
2:08:20 Latin America: Luchador Strike, EMLL, UWA, & WWC
2:26:38 Other USA: ACW, SAPW, GASW, USWA, GWF, Von Erichs, & Portland
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