Welcome to Scott & Paul's Rambling Podcast. The most Random Podcast you'll ever listen to.
The guys breakdown possibly the best In Your House they've covered so far and discuss the controversial exit of the Ultimate Warrior.
The guys look back at the history and some noteworthy matches from the long forgotten WWF Light Heavyweight championship. WARNING: It takes them 30 minutes of rambling to get to the retrospective.
The guys delve back into Impact Wrestling looking at the Homecoming tournament, Christian Cage capturing the Impact World title and Josh Alexander continuing to steal the show.
After a short detour the guys delve back into season 6 with three very different yet funny episodes. One of them is potentially an all time great episode
The guys open some drinks and ramble about everything including job interviews, hangovers, strange food combinations and even some wrestling
The guys reach back into the vault to look at the first King of the Ring PPV which features a career defining performance from Bret Hart and the WWF departure of Hulk Hogan.
The next instalment of this series of In Your House reviews sees the guys look at a show so bad the WWF had to do it twice. Note: Prepare for some blunt opinions about Diana Hart Smith.
The guys are recording face to face again and celebrating by 2 hours of solid rambling. They wrap up season 5 and look at the kick off of season 6.
After talking about holidays and Money in the Bank the guys delve into a big night for Impact filled with surprising finishes and debuts.
Slammiversary is almost here and the guys decide to predict the outcome of the card as well as some bonus predictions along the way.
The guys are back to look at all the big events on the road to Slammiversary
The guys look at a decent Hardcore Justice before looking at an excellent Rebellion PPV and the fallout that sets up a lot of possibilities.
The guys look back at the last month and a half of Impact wrestling from No Surrender to Sacrifice discussing all the major events before looking ahead.
After bridging the gap with Mania 12 the guys looking at next In Your House that saw the last PPV matches for Diesel & Razer Ramon as well as the Ultimate Warrior wasting all of our time.
It's been a couple of weeks but the guys delve right back into season 5 with 3 very quotable episodes
In the latest classic PPV review the guys review an forgotten Mania except for the historic Ironman match and a chaotic backlot brawl.
The guys look back at the events of Hard to Kill & the fallout that led to No Surrender.
Returning to the In Your House series hot on the road to WrestleMania 12. Bret Hart defends the title in a steel cage, Shawn Michaels looks for revenge & we have one of the worst gimmick matches ever.
We continue our journey through season 5 with 3 decent but not overly memorable episodes
The guys look at the last Impact plus special of 2020 & the first of 2021. Some great action in the super X cup & Kenny Omega gets more involved setting the stage for Hard to Kill
Starting off 2021 with the final In Your House of 1995. A blinding main event, HHH rolling about in mud and not much else. A somewhat underwhelming end to 95.
This was recorded when we tried to do our Frasier Christmas special. Scott mentions some sweets he can't find anymore which takes them on a long road ending with Boxing day sandwiches
The guys give their list of all 8 Frasier Christmas episodes in order from worst to best
A short bonus episode to talk about the implications of Kenny Omega appearing in Impact as well as previewing Final Resolution
It's been a while but we're back looking at an eventful month for Impact. The outcomes of Bound for Glory & Turning Point, Kylie Rae's retirement & the departure of the Rascals
The guys get back to Frasier with 2 great episodes but one not so good episode with a major continuity issue. Still it gives them more to talk about
To mark their 3rd Anniversary the guys start their new series of looking back on a classic PPV. They start with undoubtedly the peak of British Bulldog's career with SummerSlam 92. There's a lot of stuff surrounding this show to delve into before discussing whether or not this is a one match show.
The guys decide to have their own fantasy draft but with a twist. Paul is taking over Impact & Scott is in charge of a TNA show so they divide the current Impact roster to see who can make the better show We hope to expand on this concept going forward.
A triple header of Frasier this week with 3 episodes including one entirely carried by Niles
The guys are back with all things Impact looking at the stories from Victory Road as we are fast on the road to Bound For Glory. They also look at new TV Deals, ideas for RVD & Different things you can put on a pole
After a longer than usual talk about the current product the guys finally get back to next instalment of the In Your House series They differ in their opinions about a show featuring controversial title changes & a key debut.
Filled with positivity & alcohol the guys accept their punishment as they look at a list matches Nathan has given them The caveat is they can't say anything negative about them. Surely they can handle it
The pilot episode of our new bonus show covering all things Impact Wrestling. We cover everything around the 2 week special emergence as well as Wrestle House & EY shocking title win
We round up our retrospective looking at the disaster of GFW before the rebuilding of Impact as a viable alternative
The guys try to forget about another loss by talking about SummerSlam, Paul's tape collection & Frasier
The guys prepare for SummerSlam by looking back on a classic SummerSlam. A show remembered for 2 Undertakers, a 5 star cage match & not much else
After addressing the Marty Jannetty situation the guys have their usual Impact & Frasier chat as well as talking about the Zoo
Continuing on the journey through the tough history of Impact Wrestling featuring the loss of talent & TV deals, Gold schemes & few highlights like Aces & Eights
Slammiversary was a hell of a show & the guys are here to talk all about it. From top to bottom we look at every match and every surprise and look to how Impact can keep this momentum going.
Another Frasier centric episode as we continue season 5 with some more strong episodes.
It wasn't the show they planed but the guys still have a lot to talk about it. Two solid episodes of Frasier and a short recap of what's been happening in Impact wrestling
The guys finally wrap up season 4 of Frasier and look at the first episode of season 5. It's good to finally be starting a new season even if Scott isn't a fan of the season 5 premier
The guys decide to look back at the good days of WCW with one of the most important PPV's in the company's history. It's more than a one match show as the cruiserweights go all out and Ric flair challenges for the US title
The guys finally have to do their punishment for losing WrestleMania predictions to Rogue Opinions. With a lot of alcohol fuelling them they look at a show that starts well before all hope quickly fades and they see why WCW is dead.
Taking a look at the next 3 episodes of season 4 of Frasier. It's actually a really concise review for the guys standards
After being forced apart by the pandemic the guys catch up with a few drinks and talk about whatever is on their minds. From Simpsons to wrestling to even school its a long winding road
The guys bring a WrestleMania 36 review that is all over the place. Looking in Depth at the key matches and reflecting on the outcome of their predictions contest
The guys decide to cheer themselves up by catching up on two excellent episodes of Frasier. We have another great appearance from Bebe and an episode that can be considered one of the series best
In the midst of a lockdown the guys try to get excited about WrestleMania 36. They rundown some of the unique matches that have been added and the news of Roman being pulled from the show. As well this they look at some Impact & AEW. This will be a shorter episode than usual.
As the world tries to survive the Coronavirus we bring you our usual nonsense. Discussing how the pandemic has affected WrestleMania, favourite cartoons and two decent episodes of Frasier. This instalment of our Frasier review features a great cameo