It's a host of returning panellists as 4 Way Dance gets way, way out of hand. Tag team partners, champions and indeed returning 4 Way Dance champions Krieger and Lou King Sharp return to find out who is the best at... whatever this show is... and to see if their tag team can withstand the ominous quake of a barbershop window.
Gary Cassidy makes his third appearance as he attempts to break his duck and finally get a W.
Claire Abraham, a previous winner herself, joins Tom Gerken for a bizarre episode that tests the very limit of the panel show format. Enjoy!
It's the final episode of season 1! Can former world champion Jackie Polo finally get the W on his fourth attempt? It's the best wrestling panel show in the world - probably because it's the only one. Kevin Bennett and Tiffany make their debuts on the only wrestling podcast that asks its guests to describe wrestlers as vegetables and pitch their home-made wrestling cookbooks.
This week Jackie Polo, Kevin Bennett, Tiffany and Andrew Bohan attempt to convince host Tom Gerken of the best parent and child in wrestling, who the best woman is that doesn't wrestle for WWE, and which wrestling belt needs to be brought back from the abyss.
It's a return for Jackie Polo against newbies Rhia O'Reilly and Mike Outlaw. Claire Abraham joins the panel and Tom Gerken hosts. We learn about the time Jackie Polo smacked Mark Sweeney with a garlic baguette and compare it to the time Rhia O’Reilly got smacked round the head with a chimichanga by Leva Bates, Mike Outlaw explains why ACH is the most generous person in wrestling, and the panellists tell us about their favourite bits of random wrestling merch.
4 Way Dance Hall of Famer Dasher Hatfield returns to take on newbies RJ City and Lou King Sharp... with a surprise run for Bohan? Dasher Hatfield shows off his Hall of Fame ring and brings on a mystery guest, Lou King Sharp seeks to do better than tag partner Krieger's run last time out, and RJ City joins the fray with some sensational chat and a new alias.
3x Pro Wrestling EVE Champion Rhia O'Reilly and child safeguarding charity CEO Justin Humphreys talk about #SpeakingOut In a break from normal service, Tom Gerken talks about #SpeakingOut.
Rhia O'Reilly explains how she felt when people started coming forward and talks about what can be done in the future to make things better.
And Justin Humphreys explains why relationships between wrestling trainers and trainees do not contravene the Sexual Offences Act 2003, and why he thinks the "loophole" of these kinds of teacher/student relationships should be closed.