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  1. https://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/days-of-thunder-a-wcw-thunder-podcast/id1143597291?mt=2# https://soundcloud.com/wcwthunderpoddays-of-thunder-episode-1-night-of-replays-baby https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/link-to-the-cast/days-of-thunder-a-wcw-thunder-rewatch-podcast?refid=stpr Days of Thunder is the WCW Thunder rewatch podcast that nobody asked for but we did anyway. Hosted by Dave Ryan and myself Lee Malone, we chronologically review every episode of Thunder with the simple question of ; If you only watch Thunder, just how much sense would WCW storylines and Pay Per View's make? You can find us on Twitter @WCWThunderPod @thedaytodave @Malone_713
  2. Hugely entertaining match. Kinda surprised this hasn't gotten more play. DDP was probably the smartest worker on earth in 1998, mixing up the left right punches and working really interesting exhanges against just about anyone. Him blocking a Giant punch with a trashcan is one of those rare moments that look visually impressive and make perfect sense. DDP sells great and Giant looks like a killer when controlling, dropping some big elbows on DDPs leg and hitting a crazy huge backbreaker. I also loved him kicking out at 1 even after eating a massive chairshot. Perfectly executed, smart finish which is the kinda stuff DDP has a knack for.
  3. Superstar Sleeze

    [2001-03-18-WCW-Greed] Scott Steiner vs DDP

    WCW World Heavyweight Champion Scott Steiner vs Diamond Dallas Page - WCW Greed My main man, DDP, looks to give one last stellar performance on WCW's last ever PPV main event, but it just was not to be. DDP's magic of 1997-1999 has faded and it looks like Father Time has finally caught up to him. He was still one helluva promo as showcased in the pre-match hype video. Where he explains he is the last of the WCW standard-bearers and that no matter how brutal the attacks have been he still has the great equalizer, the Diamond Cutter. He could talk the talk, but he just couldn't walk the walk. The punches did not have the same zip and his step did not have the same pep. I love the Scotty Steiner character at this point as a totally despicable, vile human. I was hoping this would be a great Steiner match to add to his resume. It is too bad they did not turn Steiner earlier in his career. He was actually a pretty good bumper and stooge for babyfaces in addition to being violent. There were still some fun DDP spots early like his excellent flying clothesline, but then we descended into guardrail whips and obviously planted crutches and Paul London as a fan that Scotty Steiner badmouths. I actually liked the finish stretch though as DDP gave it one last burst of the old DDP. After the bearhug and suplexes, DDP had a great string on offense. I really liked the quick knee lift into a DDT. Steiner hit a nasty back elbow at on point. Shit is starting to heat up. Of course, we get some trademark DDP like the floatover DDT. He signals for the Diamond Cutter! BANG! I get why that went with Booker, but damn, the love I have built up for DDP, I really wish he was the last WCW champion and that was the finish. Instead, Rick Fucking Steiner pulls the ref out. I don't think I have ever seen Rick Steiner without his earguards. It is so weird. Anyways, they prolong the inevitable with some fun drama with weapons and submissions moves, but DDP passes out to the Steiner Recliner. Steiner puts out yet another WCW babyface legend. Steiner buries DDP in a Michigan flag! GO BLUE! I wish we were good at enough football when I went there to pull shit like that. It is a decent match, but really not worth seeing it besides for the novel value of being the last WCW PPV main event. Disappointing more than anything for me.
  4. Superstar Sleeze

    [1999-05-03-WCW-Nitro] DDP vs Ric Flair

    WCW World Heavyweight Champion Diamond Dallas Page vs Ric Flair - WCW Nitro 5/3/99 The April WCW renaissance is over. Poor Ric Flair not even DDP could seemingly get a good match out of him at this point. The Charlotte crowd wanted to cheer Flair throughout this match, but he just did not give it to him. It was a weird match on paper as heel vs heel with a heel ref. Flair just could not muster any real babyface offense until the end of the match. It was filled with his usual bumping around and DDP looked fine with great fire behind his moves, but Flair just did not seem to have much in the tank. He can still move around just fine, but there was no flow to this match at all. DDP using tape to choke Flair and the figure-4 got some heat. Flair finally started battling back with some real hard chops and a double axehandle, but then Savage and Gorgeous George show up. It is Gorgeous George that goes after Flair so his natural reaction is to cop a feel. DDP hits him with some knuckledusters. Flair/Savage goes nowhere and neither does the Page/Savage partnership. What a mess!
  5. Shake Them Ropes Nov. 27, 2014 Episode 52 http://traffic.libsyn.com/shakethemropes/str11272014.mp3 Download We continue running down the list of WWE Network’s list of the Top 100 Matches to See Before You Die. This week, it’s DDP vs Goldberg from WCW Halloween Havoc 1998, a match that happened after the Pay-Per-View went off the air! We’ll also discuss the main topics from this week’s WWE Raw, plus get Rob’s thoughts on attending Smackdown live on Tuesday. A packed hour of wrestling talk! Hope all of our US listeners have a happy Thanksgiving, and our international listeners a happy end of November! The full list of WWE Network's Top 100 Matches can be found at http://pastebin.com/MRNXQUvQ 00:00-04:00: Happy Birthday to Rob 04:00-20:25: Main Topics from WWE Raw 20:25-22:15: Voices of Wrestling Crossover? 22:15-27:00: Jeff Buys Tickets to PWG 27:00-31:30: AJ Lee vs Bellas Dynamic 31:30-44:00: Rob’s Live Smackdown Thoughts 44:00-60:00: Goldberg vs DDP - Havoc 1998
  6. On episode 9 of The Kevin Kelly Show, Kevin talks about Global Wars in Toronto and chatting with Jim Ross. Kevin welcomes DDP as his guest and he talks about DDP Yoga, Scott Hall, Jake Roberts, his Shark Tank appearance and the future of his business. Kevin and Justin then hold a wrestler draft as if they were starting their own promotion (don’t forget to vote!) and Kevin answers all your #AsKKevin twitter questions! The Kevin Kelly Show is available on iTunes and Stitcher by searching for Place to Be Podcast and can be downloaded and listened to below. Email the show at [email protected] and send questions to Kevin (@realkevinkelly) on Twitter using the hashtag #AsKKevin. Don’t forget to follow Place to Be Nation on Facebook and Twitter. http://placetobenation.com/the-kevin-kelly-show-episode-9-featuring-diamond-dallas-page/