I agree. Which is why I would be interested in their perspective of if working for WWE has influenced their coverage or given them any insight into the product.
You know what I would love?
Get me fans of Raw and Smackdown.
I want to hear actual 50 + yr olds that love and watch the shows on. I really would love to pick their brains about why they love these shows and keep watching and what demographics in their home join them
I’d second Jimmy Korderas, always enjoyed his shows with John back when… Tom Lawlor was always a good to hear from too.
A totally random one and compeltely wish fulfilment for me would be Marc Haynes from the WrestleMe podcast (my second favourite wrestling podcast). Its a show that’s mostly been about reviewing every Wrestlemania (they’re on 24 now) with his Co-presenter who had never watched wrestling before, and Marc is a very polished, funny and knowledgeable presenter (he’s an ex radio DJ) … So would be a good discussion in the lead up to Mania as a bit of a walk down memory lane (but really it’d just be a great combination of my two favourite podcasts)
Definitely has to be Benno JP and Joe from the GRAPPL Spotlight podcast.
Never going to be sick of hearing from Dan Lovranski and Robin Black. Would also love to have a show about anything with Jason Agnew.
Would love to hear Sarah Shockey - she’s a host of Marty + Sarah Love Wrestling and has done a lot of work (Commentary, backstage, etc) with independent wrestling organizations here in Chicago. She’s very entertaining and would be a great guest to provide insight on the booming independent scene that she’s very in tune with in and out of the Chicago scene.
Not only would she be a great guest but it would be nice to get representation of a female voice on the Post network as a change of pace since much of the wrestling community is male-saturated.
I’d love to hear more from women across the industry; refs, commentators, wrestlers, bookers, podcasters etc etc. A very underserved part of the wrestling community/business.
The Lapsed Fan podcast hosts - Jack Encarnaceo and JP Sarro. The work these guys do diving into retro shows and inserting their own brand of humor makes for a very unique podcast. I also think they would be excellent guests to talk to about what keeps them from enjoying the current product.