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If you ignore this and read a spoiler anyway, don't come crying to us. We did warn you.

If you are looking for the archive of past episodes of Cewshcast 5000, you can find it here.

January 26, 2015

Cewshcast 5000: Episode 42 - The Return of the G.O.A.T.

Welcome, cats and kittens, to the podcast that is later than your very worried girlfriend after prom, Cewshcast 5000! This week your intrepid hosts will be talking about things that are a wee bit old, as this podcast is about two weeks late in going up, but our analysis is timeless in its quality as we discuss the return of Daniel Bryan and what we think he can, and will, accomplish in the next year. Who wants WWE to play the long game with Bryan? Who is demanding an immediate return to the main event? They get into all of that, but that's only one small slice of the show as they'll also cover Suzukigun's invasion of Pro Wrestling NOAH, (including a brief history lesson on the rivalry between Naomichi Marufuji and New Japan,) debate which Shield member has the potential to go the farthest, and discuss the wrestling world's return to the territory system of yesteryear.

All that, plus all of your questions answered in 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.

January 23, 2015

Flashback Friday: WWF Royal Rumble 1990

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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The World Wrestling Federation Proudly Presents…

WWF Royal Rumble 1990


Welcome, cats and kittens, to the only thing NBC hasn’t ruined so far this year, the indomitable Cewsh Reviews! Tonight we have a special treat to kick off the official Road to Wrestlemania for us here at Cewsh Reviews. We’re looking back at a Royal Rumble from the past to get ready for the big kahuna itself, next week. We let some of our stalwart fans vote on which Royal Rumble they most wanted to see, and almost unanimously they selected this show on its 20th anniversary, to do the hype work. Will a show as old as most college students hold up today? Will even we know half of the people on the card? Will Cewsh freak out when the Ultimate Warrior shows up (yes)? Why my intrepid little Warriors, there’s only one way to find out.

So with no further ado, let’s do a motherfucking review!

January 21, 2015

WWE TLC 2014

World Wrestling Entertainment Proudly Presents...

WWE TLC 2014


Welcome, cats and kittens, to yet another installment of the only reviews that show up whenever they god damn feel like it, geez Mom, Cewsh Reviews! We have a special treat for you tonight as, just before we kick off the first PPV of the new year in the Royal Rumble, we take a second to look back at the PPV that brought 2014 to a close, WWE TLC 2014! It's been a month since the show took place, and yet there are some things about it that just depserately need to be talked about, from the match that I loved that everyone else on Earth hates with a burning passion, to the main event which has more weirdness than a Sid Vicious promo, this was a weird show run by weird people. But with so many titles on the line, and a serious focus on veterans vs. up and comers, this show can't really be BAD, right? Right? Only one way to find out.

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

January 20, 2015

Defrost Reviews: Shawn Michaels vs. Sid


WHAT YOU GOT TO UNDERSTAND IS THAT THIS EDITION OF DRS2EBRaSAGG will be looking at the RIVALRY BETWEEN shawn michaels and the master and the ruler of the world.

Raw 9/11/95 (Canton Memorial Civic Center)
World Wrestling Federation Intercontental Championship
WWF Intercontental Champion Shawn Michaels vs Sid (w/ Ted Dibiase)

Survivor Series 1996 (Madison Square Garden)
World Wrestling Federation Championship
WWF Heavyweight Champion Shawn Michaels (w/Jose Lothario) vs Sid

Royal Rumble 1997 (Alamo Dome)
World Wrestling Federation Championship
WWF Heavyweight Champion Sid vs Shawn Michaels (w/ Jose Lothario)

January 16, 2015

Flashback Friday: WWF Royal Rumble 2001

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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The World Wrestling Federation Proudly Presents...

WWF Royal Rumble 2001


Welcome, cats and kittens, to yet another installment of the court jesters to the rumble royals, Cewsh Reviews!  We have a special treat for you tonight, as we review the Royal Rumble!  Ah, ah, ah, not so fast.  Not THIS year's Royal Rumble.  That comes later this week.  No no, tonight we go back in time and review what some consider to be the very greatest Royal Rumble ever held, WWF Royal Rumble 2001.  Consider this a warm up for our review of the whole shebang itself, and to make sure we're up to tip top Rumble reviewing shape, i've summoned the Rumble monster from his tomb early and will be unleashing MichaelC on the unsuspecting populace in a continuation of what we are now calling The Royal Week of Rumbles.

Now then, let's focus in on one of the most beloved shows in WWE history.  We have all the Attitude Era greats at their peak here as they catapult down the road to Wrestlemania 17.  Steve Austin is a desperate man, the Undertaker and Kane have united to lay waste to the world and the Rock is out to prove he's the top man in WWE.  Along the way there will be bowling balls, an unexpected Hall of Fame entrant and a whole lot more.  So what the hell, free the chains on MonsterC and let's get this rampage started.

So without any further ado, and on behalf of our awesome reader Don, let's do a motherfucking review!