And an extreme Christmas to you too! ECW hits Hammerstein Ballroom to bring us a new ppv: Massacre on 34th Street. Rhino defends his ECW TV Title against Spike Dudley while the ECW World Title is up for grabs in a three way dance with Steve Corino, Jerry Lynn, and Justin Credible. Please continue to follow the podcast on Twitter, @newbloodpod, and on Facebook, New Blood Rising Podcast. If you can as well, please drop us a review on iTunes!
Into November of 2000 we forge with, fittingly, November to Remember '00 where we will be subjected to Double Jeopary as the ECW World Title will be on the line simultaneously, so to speak, between Justin Credible and, champion, Jerry Lynn as well as The Sandman and Steve Corino with the winner each match taking on each other. And with this show, we say goodbye to a major part of season 3's review of ECW! Please continue to follow us on Twitter, @newbloodpod, and on Facebook, New Blood Rising Podcast!
It’s an impressive double main event as we move into episode 93 of podcast in season 3. It’s ECW Anarchy Rulz ’00, and Rob Van Dam is poised to regain the belt he never actually lost in a Television Title match against Rhyno. And Jerry Lynn gets a shot at ECW’s richest prize when he battles Justin Credible. Please continue to follow us on Twitter and Facebook (@newbloodpod, New Blood Rising Podcast) as well as our friends at the Questionable Endeavor Network and 4CRonline.com.
Into the summer of 2000 we forge as inch closer and closer to episode 100. ECW invades Los Angeles, and it might not be the only company invading by the time we get to the main event that pits Tommy Dreamer against ECW World Champion Justin Credible in a Stairway to Hell match. Also, Rob Van Dam is poised to debut a new finisher called the Van Terminator. What is it? Scotty Anton will find out as the two former friends clash. Also you will hear hear the greatest Sandman story ever courtesy of our researcher, Colin Duff! Please toninue to rate and review on iTunes and check out our friends at the Questionable Endeavor Network and 4CROnline.com. Continue the conversation with us on Twitter, @newbloodpod, and on Facebook, New Blood Rising Podcast!
As if it was a Star Wars opening crawl: Mike Awesome has disappeared. Thus a new reign has begun at the top of ECW with Justin Credible as the new ECW World Champion...But the Impact Players are exploding tonight as Lance Storm is now challenging for that same title. And one year since their epic encounter at Hardcore Heaven '99, Jerry Lynn and Rob Van Dam go one on one again only a few months after RVD's leg injury. Please continue to follow us on Twitter, @newbloodpod, and on Facebook, New Blood Rising Podcast! Also, drop us a review or rating on iTunes!
We are into March of 2000 in our ECW timeline and we are on the verge of crowning a new ECW TV Champion in the wake of Rob Van Dam's injury that forced him to vacate the title he held for nearly 2 years. Not to mention, in an unlikely 3-Way dance for the ECW Tag Team Titles, champions Mike Awesome and Raven (?!) defend against Tommy Dreamer/Masato Tanaka and the Impact Players. Oh, and New Jack takes the worst bump in the history of mankind. Please continue to follow us on Twitter (@newbloodpod) and Facebook (New Blood Rising Podcast) and leave us your reviews and ratings on iTunes! Also, look out for our friends at the Questionable Endeavor Network as well!
And so we are now officially into the 2000's in ECW and what better way to get the calendar year started than with Mike Awesome defending his ECW World Title against Spike Dudley. Also, we're finally getting the blow-off match to a feud that has been brewing over the past couple of years as Sabu challenges Rob Van Dam for the ECW TV Title. Please continue to follow us on Twitter (@newbloodpod) and Facebook (New Blood Rising Podcast) as well as our network partners, The Questionable Endeavor Network (questendnetwork.com) and 4CRadio (4cronline.com). Also, drop us a review and rating on iTunes! Thank you for downloading!
It is the end of 1999 in ECW, and we say goodbye to Taz as he makes his (actual) final appearance in ECW in a much anticipated match-up against Rob Van Dam with the ECW TV Title on the line. Mike Awesome defends the ECW World Title against Masato Tanaka in another installment in their feud. Please continue to follow us on Twitter (@newbloodpod) and Facebook (New Blood Rising Podcast). Also, please visit our friends at the Questionable Endeavor Network (questendnetwork.com) and 4CR Radio (4cronline.com).