POST Schedule: WWE Stomping Grounds, G1 '97 & '98, Ant-Man

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This week at POST Wrestling, we have our regular schedule of shows leading into the WWE Stomping Grounds event on Sunday evening.

John Pollock & Wai Ting will be LIVE on Sunday with a POST Show for Double Double, Iced Capp & Espresso members of the POST Wrestling Café. Those that tune in live will also be able to call or Skype in with their reactions to the show. The podcast version will be available later that evening.

We will also have an extensive preview of Stomping Grounds on the Café Hangout this week.

On Monday night’s Rewind-A-Raw, Wai and I will breakdown the G1 Climax announcements with the blocks and matches revealed at the Korakuen Hall shows this weekend.

Our monthly Marvel review is on “Ant-Man” this Friday for Café members with John & Wai reviewing the 2015 film.

Plus, WH Park’s Cruel Summer series tackles the 1997 and 1998 finals of the G1 Climax. Braden Herrington of upNXT will cover the Kensuke Sasaki vs. Hiroyoshi Tenzan final on Saturday morning and Dylan Fox from the Eastern Lariat Podcast reviews the Shinya Hashimoto vs. Kazuo Yamazaki final on Sunday morning.

Feedback request: I’ve spoken on our shows about MMA coverage and it’s something I’m continuing to figure out. Are you satisfied with the level of MMA content on the site? What would like to see more or less of? If we had a weekly MMA show, do you prefer hearing from fighters, MMA media members, just me discussing the news with opinion mixed in? I’m open to ideas as we play around with the schedule this summer. Please comment below or email me [email protected].


*Rewind-A-Raw with John Pollock & Wai Ting and review of the G1 Climax announcements

*Rewind-A-SmackDown with John Pollock & Wai Ting

*The Double Shot (Patreon)

*upNXT with Braden Herrington & Davie Portman
*Café Hangout with John Pollock & Wai Ting and guest Damian Abraham from ‘The Wrestlers’ (3 pm Eastern, Double Double+ Patrons)

*MCU review of “Ant-Man” with John Pollock & Wai Ting (Patreon)

*Cruel Summer “1997” with WH Park & Braden Herrington (Kensuke Sasaki vs. Hiroyoshi Tenzan)

*Cruel Summer “1998” with WH Park & Dylan Fox (Shinya Hashimoto vs. Kazuo Yamazaki)
*WWE Stomping Grounds POST Show with John Pollock & Wai Ting (Live for Double Double+ Patrons)

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I love your MMA coverage, occasional interview with fighters would be cool. However just your perspective on MMA has always been great and one who’s opinion I’ve always respected. Obviously main focus would be UFC and Bellator but even quick takes on the new season of Dana White’s Contender Series would be cool to introduce the next wave of young fighters. An hour long(ish) weekly show would be great with breakdown of the upcoming show and last weekend’s results. Perfect time to launch would be international fight week. Thanks for all you guys do.

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I would always like to see more MMA content. I maintain that the MMA report was finally hitting its groove right before it stopped (which isn’t to say it wasn’t great beforehand as well). I don’t think interviews with fighters are necessary on a consistent basis, as there are plenty of outlets if one wants to hear ten minutes of whatever fighter talking about an upcoming fight. If you were to do a weekly MMA show, I would prefer you giving your opinion about MMA news and recent/upcoming fights.

I sound like a broken record lol.

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Thanks for all of the fantastic coverage. If you guys haven’t decided on topics yet for the Double Shot, there’s a Stampede Wrestling pilot from 1999 that was just released as a hidden gem on the WWE Network last week. It looks fun, and a young Mauro Ranallo is on commentary.