Jun 172015
 
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The WWE’s lightning round of WWE Pay-Per-Views has concluded, so Dave, Hank, Carolyn, and Brett discuss Money in the Bank, attending impromptu house shows, and recount our favorite memories of the late, great American Dream Dusty Rhodes. Dave and Hank also quickly convene to talk about Raw’s new developments and Brock Lesnar’s return for Battleground.

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Jun 082015
 
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Happy 50th episode! To celebrate Cheap Popcast’s anniversary, we put together a commentary for the greatest WWE match ever from a notable anniversary; Shawn Michaels vs The Undertaker at WrestleMania 25 (aka The 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania which was really the 24th). Sync it up with the match on the WWE Network (1:52:27 into the event) and re-watch this classic with Dave, Hank, and Chris!

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May 302015
 
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The Elimination Chamber is WWE’s most dangerous structure; probably because it’s so difficult to predict who will win the matches held within it! Read Dave, Grimm, and Hank’s Elimination Chamber 2015 predictions, and then make your picks. The most accurate predictor gets their choice of wrestler theme song in an upcoming Cheap Popcast episode!

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May 262015
 
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[UPDATE: Elimination Predictions above, two silly ass videos embedded below]

Dave, Hank, and Chris are entering the Elimination Chamber at 3PM PST, and we’ve brought some friends! We’re gonna throw summer movie stars and LaserTime favorites in the WWE’s biggest structure, before playing through the matches at the show itself!

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May 262015
 
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Thirty years after hosting its first major televised wrestling show, the WWE held its last event at the Nassau Coliseum when Monday Night Raw emanated from the arena on May 25, 2015. While the Long Island landmark may not have had the prestige of Madison Square Garden, it was still home to some pretty unforgettable wrestling events (for reasons mostly good, but sometimes bad). In fact, I’ll tell you about six I saw in person!

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