This week's schedule at POST Wrestling feat. WWE Hell in a Cell live video review

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This week at POST Wrestling, we will have another stacked week of shows and will feature a live video review of WWE Hell in a Cell this Sunday. The live video review will be made available for “Double Double” and above members of the POST Wrestling Café with the podcast version uploaded immediately and available to everyone free.

Since launching the POST Wrestling Café, we have attempted to streamline the tiers of the Café with “1 Milk 1 Sugar” ($6) reserved for our audio content, “Double Double” ($12) for video content, “Iced Capp” ($25) for merchandise and items you reserve in the mail, and then the “Espresso” tier is reserved for those requesting shows for Rewind-A-Wai with a guest appearance.

Wai and I have been brainstorming more ideas for the “Double Double” section and have been producing weekly POST Production videos. The live video review of Hell in a Cell is our first attempt at going live so we hope you enjoy this experiment. In addition, this week will feature the return of “Watch-A-Wai”, which we tried out last month by re-watching the Kenny Omega vs. Kota Ibushi match from 2012 at Budokan Hall. This week, Wai and I will go back and watch The Undertaker vs. Mankind Hell in a Cell match from King of the Ring 1998 with Mick Foley appearing on Raw this week to promote the 20th anniversary of the match and a WWE Network special airing after this Sunday’s aptly named pay-per-view. This video will also be made available for “Double Double”, “Iced Capp”, and “Espresso” members of the Café.

For our “1 Milk 1 Sugar” members, there will be no shortage of bonus content this week as Wai & I will have three shows on the Café. We start with “The Double Shot” on Wednesday morning with the return of my Lucha Underground review and Wai will be reviewing the latest “Being the Elite” episode following All In. On Friday, it’s the return of Rewind-A-Wai and Espresso Executive Producer Joshua Martin has chosen the UFC 194 pay-per-view from December 2015 featuring Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor for the UFC featherweight title. Joshua will stop by to discuss his choice AND we will also be joined by our former Fight Network colleague Robin Black, who covered this event in Las Vegas and interviewed Conor McGregor several days before the fight and McGregor outlined how he would win that fight.

On Saturday, we have another Patreon bonus show as Wai & I will be doing a special POST Show for the New Japan Pro Wrestling “Destruction in Hiroshima” card featuring the IWGP heavyweight title match between Kenny Omega and Tomohiro Ishii, which many felt was the best match of this year’s G1 Climax.

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Below is the complete schedule with our free and bonus shows for the week:

Rewind-A-Raw with John Pollock & Wai Ting

Rewind-A-SmackDown with John Pollock & Wai Ting

The Double Shot (Patreon)
POST Puroresu with John Pollock & WH Park

upNXT/Forever Young with Braden Herrington & Davie Portman

Rewind-A-Wai on UFC 194, selected by Joshua Martin and featuring guest Robin Black (Patreon)
*Watch-A-Wai (Double Double+ members of Café) with Pollock & Wai re-watching The Undertaker vs. Mankind Hell in a Cell match from King of the Ring 1998

*EGGSHELLS Podcast Companion with Chris Charlton – 2001 with Rich Kraetsch of Voices of Wrestling
NJPW Destruction in Hiroshima POST Show with John Pollock & Wai Ting (Patreon)

WWE Hell in a Cell POST Show with John Pollock & Wai Ting (Live video review for “Double Double”, “Iced Capp” and “Espresso” Café members – podcast will be free after the show)

I’m going to channel my inner Nate Milton and throw a flag on the play here. “Watch-A-Wai”, really guys? Come on POST marks, we have to come up with a better name than that.

I’ll suggest “Back in the Wai” or “The Wai back machine”.


This was the title used Wai used for our internal schedule, so it’s open for discussion what we name the show permanently.

I support Back in the Wai
Also will throw in the suggestion of The Wai it Was


My suggestion is…Rewind-A-Wai’s Adopted Son

A shout out to the classic Rewind-A-Raw’s Little Brother suggestion from whoever it was for the Double Shot.


“The Wai Back Machine” is money…Lol!

Now we just need cover art of John & Wai as Sherman & Mr. Peabody. :joy::fist::100:

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My vote is for a title is “Watching … Wai Ting … Commiserating!”.