Rewind-A-Raw 11/2/20: Preview-A-Merica, RAW review with Nate Milton

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John Pollock is joined by guest co-host Nate Milton to review WWE Raw from the award-winning ThunderDome, discuss all the day’s news, and we present Preview-A-Merica ahead of the U.S. Election.


  • Kylie Rae issues a statement to her fans stating she is no longer a professional wrestler
  • Vince McMahon Netflix series to feature four episodes
  • Friday Night SmackDown ratings experience an increase
  • Best of the Super Juniors tournament lineup and a one-night Super J Cup
  • Preview of AEW Dynamite and NXT this Wednesday

This week’s show saw the latest chapter involving Drew McIntyre against The Miz and John Morrison while Randy Orton continues to be scared of the dark. Plus, a new member of Team RAW for the Survivor Series, a laughable segment involving Ricochet and Tucker, Jeff Hardy and Elias meet in a Guitar on a Pole Match, New Day takes on The Hurt Business, Lana gets destroyed yet again, and Kofi Kingston finally acknowledges his loss to Brock Lesnar last year.

John & Nate preview the U.S. Election with Preview-A-Merica

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As a Canadian who has followed the election more loosely than others, I very much appreciated listening to the Preview-A-Merica portion of the show. Thanks for doing it guys!

Nothing better than finding out Brother Nate is on RAR on one’s birthday. A great start to the day. (No offense to Mr Tong).

Thanks John & Nate!

Reverting back to Raw, I don’t mind these Survivor Series teams not getting along because it’s a mix of heels and faces. If they find some common ground and logically come together, super. But I prefer this over sudden brand loyalty like in previous years, and feuding “Under Siege” business between the two shows where one show comes off as heels. I didn’t mind it last year with the NXT contingent because it felt fresher to me.

John’s ability to break down a situation whether it’s Wrestling or politics is like listening to a symphony. Great job to both he and Nate.


This was a pleasantly grounding listen on this very frantic day. Really appreciated hearing Nate’s sober and sane thoughts regarding the whole clusterfuck and the larger philosophical and historical shifts and movements in play. Also, Nate, as a die-hard Blue Jay fan who still cherishes memories of '92 but was kinda low-key pulling for your Braves - don’t fret. Too exciting and powerful of a young core to not stay in the mix.