Thumbtacks and Screwjobs Ep 21 – Summer(Slam) Lasts Forever Gene and Richard return with all the latest on AEW, the booking genius of NJPW, the… Read More »Thumbtacks and Screwjobs Ep 21 – Summer(Slam) Lasts Forever
Every Wrestlemania is the biggest professional wrestling event of any given year, but the biggest doesn’t always mean the best. With the past few Wrestlemania… Read More »Post-Wrestlemania 35 Blues: How WWE Squandered All Its Momentum
Yes, this is a late review, but now that some of the Squad found a theater where this movie was playing (why this is not… Read More »Screener Squad: Fighting With My Family
Not even a full month into 2019 and it is already shaping up to be one of the most exciting years for pro wrestling in… Read More »Five Reasons 2019 May Be The Greatest Year In Pro Wrestling Ever
Gene and Richard go full on Jim-Cornette-thinking-about-Russo this time with Extreme Rules, when the greatest roster in recent WWE history puts on the worst PPV… Read More »Thumbtacks and Screwjobs Episode 20 – Extreme Fools
How do Gene and Richard manage to sound some calm and collected? Oh, right, because they’ve watched some wrestling other than WWE this week. Our… Read More »Thumbtacks and Screwjobs Episode 19 – Second Best in the World
Gene and Richard survive 17,682 hours of Wrestlemania, and look back over the biggest, longest weekend on the wrestling calendar. With the dust settling over… Read More »Thumbtacks and Screwjobs Ep 18 – Wrasslemonomania!
Wrasslin’ returns! Richard and Gene explore the greatest mystery of all – a Royal Rumble that doesn’t suck. In fact, a Royal Rumble that was… Read More »Thumbtacks and Screwjobs Ep 17: Still %^*^ This Company
Hush, hush, whisper your age, Shane McMahon is too old for this cage. Gene and Richard survive another two WWE PPVs, and then wonder exactly… Read More »Thumbtacks & Screwjobs Ep 16: Hell in a Handbasket
“Kayfabe” is a word that doesn’t hold as much meaning as it used to. The term means “treating the events in professional wrestling as true… Read More »Is Breaking The Fourth Wall Good For The WWE?