Rewind-A-Raw 4/20/20: Drew Mac & TIRE

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John Pollock and Wai Ting review WWE Raw featuring three MITB qualifiers and a tire.

Monday’s episode featured three Money in the Bank qualifying matches with Rey Mysterio vs. Murphy, Apollo Crews vs. MVP, and Aleister Black vs. Austin Theory.

The WWE Championship match was confirmed for Money in the Bank, Bobby Lashley battled a tire for three hours, Shayna Baszler breaks another arm, The Street Profits screamed, and Drew McIntyre met Angel Garza in the main event.

John & Wai share their thoughts on Being The Elite 200: Matt Jackson vs. Nick Jackson.


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  • The final number for Friday Night SmackDown
  • Chris Hero posts a teaser video
  • Amanda Nunes won’t be fighting on May 9
  • The PFL reschedules their 2020 season for 2021

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Wai I think you watched Lio Rush’s interview by Chris Van Vliet.

Typical, I don’t watch RAW and their is Aussie’s are all over the card :open_mouth:
At least they all had good showings on TV this week. :australia:

  • Indi Hartwell (v Shayna)
  • Shane Thorne & Brendan Vink (v Ric-O-Ric)
  • Murphy (v Rey)

Bloody hell, Nia Jax dropped Kairi Sane on her neck on the bottom turn buckle, the slow-mo replay just looked ugly.


Watching Chris Van Vliet’s recent interviews, I was really impressed by Lio and Will Ospreay. I found both of them really endearing.

Actually, looking through Andrew Thompson’s update, it was from Kazeem Famuyide’s interview:

“Aw man, I think this was one of the first times where I had an actual long conversation with Vince, and it was by far the weirdest conversation I’ve ever had my life, and he described all of the poses, he described everything that he wanted from the biceps, to the chest curls, to just everything that I had no idea about. Me and Bobby [Lashley] had no idea what these poses were and then he said, ‘At the end of Bobby doing the side chest, the lat spread, I want him to bend over, face the crowd and you comment on his gluteus maximus,’ and I’m like, ‘Wha…’ My mind was gonna explode. I was like, ‘What is happening right now?’ And you hear about these stories about Vince on these podcasts, about these meetings and Vince reenacting what exactly he wants done. I will never forget me and Bobby just looking at each other being so confused and like, ‘What do you mean you want him to comment?’ And I’ll never forget — Vince stood up, got from behind his desk, stood in front of me and Bobby, bent over and tapped his ass and said, ‘That’s what I want you to do.’”

Oh ok, this one is more detailed.

Just started listening to this, and I can definitely second McMillion$ (which aired on HBO in the U.S.). Very well done documentary with its own set of characters, with more evident levity than Tiger King but also some sadness. Some of these people interviewed would fit right in on a Christopher Guest mockumentary.

Also, Wai… it’s Michael Douglas in the Ant-Man movies, not Michael Keaton. :wink: