Three Way Theater Wrestling Podcast

A podcast dedicated to professional wrestling, movies, & pro wrestling movies.

Minicast: Getting Ready to Ready to Rumble

September 29th, 2016

It's the musical episode of Three Way Theater! Not really, but there does seem to be an awful lot of singing going on in this Minicast as Mike, Lumberjake, and JC discuss the greatest wrestling theme of all-time. Plus we go over the rules for the Ready to Rumble drinking game and get an exclusive preview of Episode #6, so plug into the Matrix and have a listen!


Episode #005: Countdown

September 19th, 2016

The countdown is over! Countdown is here!

In Episode #5 we review the WWE Studio film Countdown, starring Dolph Ziggler, Kane, Non-Union Equivalent Willem Dafoe, and Katharine Isabelle. Coming off the escapades of Slammed! we wanted to check out our first WWE Studios production. After watching the film, we can confidently say that this was a movie.

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Minicast: Countdown to Countdown

September 12th, 2016

It's another Minicast as Mike, Lumberjake, and JC decompress after the tortures of Slammed! and prepare for the WWE Studios action thriller Countdown, starring the one and only Dolph Ziggler. The gang spends some time talking about the things they're into right now, and "All Good" Anthony Greene (@allgoodag) stops by to talk about how he got Slammed! for Lumberjake's birthday earlier this year. All this plus JC makes a scintillating challenge to The Monster Mack Podcast on the latest Three Way Theater Minicast!


Episode #004: Slammed!

September 5th, 2016

Zachery Bryan. Justin Whalen. Sasha Mitchell. Lake Bell. Tiny "Zeus" Lister. Alotta Fagina. Uh, J. Peterman from Seinfeld? It's Slammed!

Only four episodes in and Slammed! has effectively broken Three Way Theater as Mike, Lumberjake, and JC sat through a late night showing of this 2004 wrestling opus. A poor man's Ready to Rumble, Jake won this movie in a WrestleCrap contest as a young lad and has eagerly awaited for the opportunity to revisit this so-called "film."

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