PHILADELPHIA (JSC) — What’s good people!
As you recall, back in August, Episode 48 was the first official #RetroReview, which took a look back at SummerSlam 1997. Nothing like looking at something you were into as a teenager as a 37-year-old! Also, as you know, there will be a quarterly show like this that reviews one of the classic “Big 4” WWF/WWE Pay-Per-Views: Royal Rumble, WrestleMania, SummerSlam, and Survivor Series.
After Episode 28 looked at Ric Flair’s incredible win in the 1992 Royal Rumble and Episode 36 looked at my all-time favorite WrestleMania matches, it was time to go all in and review a full PPV. And since I looked at SummerSlam 1997, I had to go back 20 years for the next Retro Review and this one was a monumental one: Survivor Series 1997. Yep. THAT one. And, yes, I will talk all about…you know what.
A New Episode drops every week — usually on Thursday or Friday (even though today is Saturday).
Coming up on Episode No. 56 of JSC Radio:
- It’s more than 90 minutes of Pro Wrestling goodness from one of the most problematic years ever.
- 1997 Bret Hart was still the best Bret Hart.
- Stone Cold Steve Austin’s return to the ring was more miraculous than you could imagine.
- This company was a little too comfy with Homophobia and Confederate Flags.
- Mick Foley was an underrated HOSS in 1997.
- Ken Shamrock was a Killer.
- There was One Damn Canadian on Team Canada
- And, Obviously, I’ll hit on all things Montréal Screwjob, including Vince McMahon’s inner conflict, how the internet made it a monster, Wrestling With Shadows, and the aftermath that changed the whole damn game.
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Until Next Time, That’s The Way It Is. Saturday, November 18, 2017.
Take Care, God Bless, Always Dare to Be Different, and G.O.M.A.B. Σ