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May 28, 2015

Cewshcast 5000: Episodes 55 and 56 - WE'RE BACK!

Welcome, cats and kittens, to the podcast that is finally back up to date after a month of leaving you high and dry and making all the girls cry, Cewshcast 5000! This week your intrepid hosts have brought you not one but TWO podcasts that span last week and the week before to finally catch us up to the present and get us ready for Elimination Chamber and everything else going on in this wild wrestling world. But before we look forward, let's look back as the guys cover everything that has been going on in WWE, with some special gushing saved for the debuts of Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. What host is seriously proposing an invasion angle? Who actually wants NXT guys to stay in NXT? They get into all of that, but that's only one small slice of these two shows as they'll also break down Global Force Wrestling's roster announcement (including doing a fantasy draft themselves,) the new trainers for WWE, and the glorious confusion caused by NJPW's Wrestling Dontaku.

All that plus your questions answered on another installment of 3 Aint Enough Man, I Need 5 Questions. Download it on iTunes, listen to it here on Podomatic, or check us out on Stitcher. However you like to listen to dudes sitting around talking about wrestling, have a seat, grab some popcorn and enjoy.


May 22, 2015

Cewshcast 5000: Episode 54 - A Night With Future Julius

(Note: This episode was originally recorded on 5/1/15)

Welcome, cats and kittens, to the podcast that is not afraid to do a weird gimmick episode for no reason, Cewshcast 5000! This week your intrepid hosts have, in the course of their exploration into the wonders of podcast technology, have accidentally broken open a wormhole into the future! Unfortunately, the only one of us who is still alive at that point is Psycho, who will join us for a weird journey through the topics of today AND tomorrow. What bizarre future lies before John Cena? Who actually wants Daniel Bryan to retire for good? They get into all of that, but that's only one small slice of the show as they'll also break down NJPW Invasion Attack, the disintegration of TNA, and whether or not Fandango has a future in WWE.

All that plus your questions answered on another installment of 3 Aint Enough Man, I Need 5 Questions. Download it on iTunes, listen to it here on Podomatic, or check us out on Stitcher. However you like to listen to dudes sitting around talking about wrestling, have a seat, grab some popcorn and enjoy.

Flashback Friday: IGW Rodman Down Under

We hear you out there. We know you hunger for Cewsh Reviews content like a rabid animal that can only be satiated by dick jokes and gifs, (Dickgifmunk?) Sadly, due to the amount of time it takes to produce the average review, it takes some time between each one. This mega sucks for you, the loyal and patient reader, so we've decided to give you a bit of a treat each week to help out. Each Friday, we'll be bringing back a review from Cewsh Reviews past. Some of them were great shows that we were proud to document, some of them were torturous nightmares that come up frequently in my therapist visits. But all of them are part of the ever expanding tapestry of Cewsh Reviews.

Some of these you may know, other may be pleasant surprises. The important thing is that none of them require you to wait for me to produce them. Enjoy!


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I Generation Wrestling Proudly Presents...

IGW Rodman Down Under


Welcome, cats and kittens, to yet another installment of the defective directive detectives, Cewsh Reviews! We have a special treat for you tonight, as thanks to our very own Cewsh Reviews superfan  takerson, we have laid our hands on a piece of wrestling history so buried in the sands of time that few may even be aware of its existence. This sacred tomb, which happens to sound like porn, is IGW Rodman Down Under, as this titular promotion runs a show with Dennis Rodman in the main event up against the legendary Curt Hennig, with a ton of other recognizable faces doing their best to not be recognized along the way as they take over Australia for one night of debaucherous wrestling like only the Worm can do it. Will this show be every bit as terrible as it seems based on the cover? Will Dennis Rodman put on a Platinum Seal match? Will it be horribly depressing to see many of these guys just before their deaths? Only one way to find out.

So without any further ado, let's do a motherfucking review!

May 15, 2015

Flashback Friday: WCW Superbrawl 2000

We hear you out there. We know you hunger for Cewsh Reviews content like a rabid animal that can only be satiated by dick jokes and gifs, (Dickgifmunk?) Sadly, due to the amount of time it takes to produce the average review, it takes some time between each one. This mega sucks for you, the loyal and patient reader, so we've decided to give you a bit of a treat each week to help out. Each Friday, we'll be bringing back a review from Cewsh Reviews past. Some of them were great shows that we were proud to document, some of them were torturous nightmares that come up frequently in my therapist visits. But all of them are part of the ever expanding tapestry of Cewsh Reviews.

Some of these you may know, other may be pleasant surprises. The important thing is that none of them require you to wait for me to produce them. Enjoy!


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World Championship Wrestling Proudly Presents…

WCW Superbrawl 2000


Welcome, CATS AND kittens to yet another installment of the consistently prefaced Cewsh Reviews. Tonight we’re playing the part of Doc Brown, and we’re strapping you into the DeLorean and setting the dial to the year 2000. There was so much of interest that year, as we narrowly dodged the Y2pocalypse, boy bands ran rampant all over our collective faces, and we elected George Bush, or didn’t, depending on who you ask. However, since we run a wrestling review ditty here, we’re going to zero in on something we can make fun of, and if we’re talking jokes, we’re talking WCW in its final year.

We’ve plucked this random PPV from their last year open as a company, just to be a window in to the often discussed downfall of WCW. Was the quality really so bad as people always say? Are there really 12 goddamn matches on this show? Which of us will have an aneurysm from laughter first? Only one way to find ouuuuuut…

So without any further ado, let’s do a motherfucking review!


May 8, 2015

Flashback Friday: WCW/NJPW Rumble in the Rising Sun 1991

We hear you out there. We know you hunger for Cewsh Reviews content like a rabid animal that can only be satiated by dick jokes and gifs, (Dickgifmunk?) Sadly, due to the amount of time it takes to produce the average review, it takes some time between each one. This mega sucks for you, the loyal and patient reader, so we've decided to give you a bit of a treat each week to help out. Each Friday, we'll be bringing back a review from Cewsh Reviews past. Some of them were great shows that we were proud to document, some of them were torturous nightmares that come up frequently in my therapist visits. But all of them are part of the ever expanding tapestry of Cewsh Reviews.

Some of these you may know, other may be pleasant surprises. The important thing is that none of them require you to wait for me to produce them. Enjoy!


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World Championship Wrestling and New Japan Pro Wrestling Proudly Present...

WCW/NJPW Rumble In The Rising Sun 1991


Welcome, welcome, cats and kittens to yet another Swatch Watch sponsored edition of Cewsh Reviews. This week we have a special treat for you all, and while we always say that, this time we truly have tapped into to something very different for us. That’s right, we’re hopping into our wrestling time machine, setting the dial to 1991, and slapping a “Japan or bust” bumper sticker on that bad boy, as this week we tackle the WCW/NJPW Supershow from 1991 entitled “Rumble In The Rising Sun”. The best of New Japan gets pitted up against the best of WCW in one of the very first international supershows, and we are beaming with pride to cover this epic and important show with all of you.

Will the famous Cewsh Reviews wit manage to avoid making nothing but 90s jokes from here on out? Or will we have to cut…it…out? You’ll just have to keep reading to find out, as we pass our judgmental lens over yet another piece of wrestling history. We're also going to make a concerted effort this time out to use pictures and gifs to bring the past to life for you. To give you some idea of what we see, and to share the experience with us. We'll see how it goes. Come on along for the ride.

So without any further ado, let’s do a motherfucking review!