The war wages on as The Four Horesmen and Sting's...friends(?) square off in the War Games as part of the massive WrestleWar pay per view for WCW in 1991. Also in action, Lex Luger defends his US Title against Dan Spivey, Doom defends the WCW World Tag Team Titles against The Fabulous Freebirds, and a real beauty in Big Van Vader taking on Stan Hansen. Keep following us on Twitter (@newbloodpod) and Facebook (New Blood Rising Podcast).
It is the end of 1990, and we are covering Starrcade '90 where we finally have the conclusion of the Black Scorpion angle as he takes on World Champion Sting in a steel cage. Also, Lex Luger looks to regain the US Title against Stan Hansen in a Texas Lariat Match and The Horsemen challenge Doom for the World Tag Team Titles in a street fight. Oh and there's a pretty wild tag tournament on hand as well. Please continue to follow us on Twitter (@NewBloodPod) and Facebook (New Blood Rising Podcast)!
Terror grips the UIC Pavilion as we cover Halloween Havoc '90 in our journey through Season 5. Lots of fun in this one as we cover a memorable main event with Sting defending his WCW World Title against Sid Vicious. Please continue to follow us on social media and leave us a rating/review on iTunes!
Clash of the Champions XII carries a few different titles but its an action packed 10 matches in two hours. Headlining is Sting taking on The Black Scorpion who continues to play psychological war games against the newly crowned World Champion. Lex Luger must defend his US Title against Ric Flair, and there's plenty more for us to talk about. Please continue to follow on social media (FB: New Blood Rising Podcast, Twitter: @newbloodpod).
Season 5 kicks off with a bang as we begin our journey from Sting to Hogan at Great American Bash ’90 where there a few familiar faces from our previous seasons. And, in typical New Blood fashion, we have another appearance from our friend Booger Red in the few months before he would begin his journey as one of the greatest WWE superstars of all time. How does Sting vs. Pic Flair hold up all of these years later? Keep the conversation going on Facebook and Twitter and please leave a rating/review on iTunes.
New Blood Rising Podcast - S4, E6 (Season Finale): The Streak (WrestleMania XXX, XXXI, XXXII, XXXIII)
Well, we have arrived at the end of Season 4 and our look at The Undertaker's run at WrestleMania. After our last episode with the apex of The Streak, it was only fitting that we come crashing back to earth with the end, starting with Undertaker's memorable job to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX, followed by his subsequent battles against Bray Wyatt, Shane McMahon, and Roman Reigns. We also get into what Season 5 entails for the podcast. Please continue to follow us on Twitter (@newbloodpod) and Facebook (New Blood Rising Podcast)! Thanks for listening to Season 4!
New Blood Rising Podcast - Season 4, Episode 5: The Streak (WrestleMania XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, XXIX)
It's a mega episode. It's the one we've been tracking towards since Season 4 began with The Undertaker at WrestleMania. It's the double pack of Shawn Michaels and Triple H (25, 26, 27, 28) and we wrap it up with CM Punk at WrestleMania 29. This might be the most memorable pack of Undertaker matches on the biggest stage of them all. How well does WM 25 hold up after all of these years? Hear the conundrum of "stay down," stay for William and his brother-in-law recounting the WM 27 live experience, and enjoy the experiment of putting Taker and Steve Austin in a scene from Clerks. Oh, and let's not forget the special guest host as well! Enjoy, thank you for downloading, and if you can, please leave a rating/review on iTunes. For our entire catalogue, check out the Podbean app. To keep the conversation going, we are on Twitter, @newbloodpod, and on Facebook, New Blood Rising Podcast!
It's a two-man pod this week with William and Charlie charting through one of Undertaker's most important pack of WrestleMania matches. We are looking at Undertaker vs. Randy Orton (XXI), Mark Henry (XXII), Batista (XXIII), and Edge (XXIV) with Taker back in full Dead Man persona. We all know what's coming down the road in terms of Undertaker at WrestleMania but these four matches can't be ignored. Lots to discuss on this one. Please continue to follow on Twitter and Facebook and feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!