September 13, 2005 Show:
Missing this weekend due to vacation, Doug Nunnally comes back to bring the viewers a special Tuesday edition of The Wrestling Crossfire. Doug wastes no moment though by covering issue after issue on this show spanning pillar to post of all wrestling.
With all shows, Doug started things off by taking a stroll into the TWC Mailroom. The trip there yielded some highly interesting discussion on Unbreakable, Japanese wrestling, Doug’s columns, the future of the buisness, sexual & gay gimmicks, the new TNA women’s division, and tons more. This is definitly one of the most diverse and in-depth TWC Mailroom trips Doug has taken in a while and it is a must to listen too. After the exciting trip, Doug debuted a new interactive part of TWC: request your own song. Doug picked a song request from a random listener and played it in the show. To request your own song(s), click here.
From there, Doug gave his candid and in-depth of the new Undertaker DVD released by WWE. He talks about everything from the packaging of the DVD, match listing, documentary, and even extras it give us. Did Doug give the DVD a thumbs up or down? You’ll have to listen to find out! To read Doug’s review of the Undertaker DVD, click here. After that review, Doug came back with the Columnist Of The Show and a unique Shoot Stop on Diva’s in wrestling, and to say the least, bra and panty matches was not the big complaint here. Doug then ended the show with some huge news for TWC and TheWrestlingVoice.com!
The special Tuesday edition of The Wrestling Crossfire was certainly a shorter one than fans are accustomed too, but definitly one with great discussions, unique views, and hilarious moments. In this episode of The Wrestling Crossfire, you surely do not want to miss what Doug said next, so download now!
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