The Wrestling Estate‘s David Gibb and the Internet’s Nick Bond are here twice monthly to provide a pleasantly in-depth discussion on what makes professional wrestling, well, professional wrestling. And what that means for the rest of the world.
This week: We’re back, but the argument is out as to whether we are “better than ever,” but given the amount of audio clips we had to cut to drop into this episode — from our topic, The Venture Bros. — we sure hope so. This episode’ll focuses on Venture Bros.’s use of kayfabe, the dangers of nepotism in a world without real consequence and what professional wrestling can learn from Doc Hammer and Jackson Publick.
If you liked our theme song, “Dog of War” by the Hell Yeah Babies, you should buy their album All The Things You Believe on Bandcamp