DOUBLE SHOT: 205 Live, Raw from April 2004, The Road to Fyter

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John Pollock and Wai Ting present the DOUBLE SHOT:

  • For the first time in a while, John & Wai review this week’s edition of 205 Live that featured a four-way #1 contender’s match involving Drew Gulak, Akira Tozawa, Oney Lorcan & Humberto Carrillo, and the 205 Live debut of Chad Gable against Jack Gallagher.
  • John Pollock reviews the April 12th, 2004, episode of WWE Raw from Chicago at the Allstate Arena. This was the go-home edition heading into Backlash 2004, which we will review this Friday on Rewind-A-Wai.
  • Being the Elite Ep. 156 “Dark Order” with the renaming of the Super Smash Brothers, a four-way match is booked for Fyter Fest, the seating chart is revealed for All Out, mailbag with Christopher Daniels & more.
  • The second edition of Road to Fyter Fest featuring promos from Joey Janela and Darby Allin, the announcement of a new match & signing for AEW.

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@johnpollock go get your allergies tested. I got mine tested 3 years ago and got a proper prescription and my seasonal allergies are gone completely. You could either get pills and nose spray (like I got) or a once a year needle. I start taking my pills at the start of May and by the middle of July I can stop.

I found I was allergic to a ton of things and now I know what to avoid, like horses and cats. I’m even allergic to grass, fucking grass man. But now, grass can’t fuck with me.

More people would watch 205 Live if they were sincere in their complaints that Raw & SmackDown are failing to offer the great wrestling that they desperately want to watch.