Kris & David are joined by Beau James (@kingofkingsport) to discuss the week that was October 17-23, 1992. We talk about WCW in the middle of the Bill Watts era and how that's affecting the performers especially Paul E. Dangerously. We also discuss big shows from All Japan and New Japan before going to Mexico to talk about AAA trying to muscle CMLL off of television. We go back to the United States where we go over groups like SMW and the USWA interspersed with some AMAZING road stories by Beau when he worked those parts of the country. We then close with the WWF where we talk about the new era of the company featuring Bret Hart as the WWF Champion. A highly entertaining show, so listen now!!!!
1:10:37 Eurasia: Japan (AJPW, NJPW, UWFi, FMW, WAR, PWC, & AJW) & CWA
2:00:49 Classic Commercial Break
2:04:32 Housekeeping/The Amazon Game (incl. the weirdest item to date)
2:45:54 Other North America: Calgary, AAA, EMLL, & UWA
3:07:38 Other USA: London Publishing, NWA, PWF, WWWOW, Georgia, Big Time, SMW, USWA, WCPW, Big D, GWF, Von Erichs, California, & Portland
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