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Wrestling 2 the MAX: Global Force Wrestling Meets Impact Wrestling, WWE RAW, Wrestling Wednesdays, & TNA Slammiversary XIII Preview

This week on W2M, we are going to be discussing all there is on the possible working relationship between Global Force Wrestling and TNA Impact Wrestling. Could this mean that Global Force Wrestling and Impact Wrestling could merge in the future? What does this all entail? And is it all just about Slammiversary and a TNA HOF induction for Jeff Jarrett? We get into as much as we can in our big main topic.

Then we get into our review of WWE RAW by storyline and then we head over to NXT to discuss that and then do a review of Lucha Underground as well.

Then we end things with a review of ROH TV and a review of TNA’s live go-home episode, which directly goes into our preview for TNA Slammiversary XIII. Then of course we got the W2M Power Rankings at the end.

Just a reminder, we are going to be reviewing TNA Slammiversary XIII on our regular episode next week, which will also be episode 150 of W2M. There will be no W2M Special this Sunday night.

Wrestling 2 the MAX:  Global Force Wrestling Meets Impact Wrestling, WWE RAW, Wrestling Wednesdays, & TNA Slammiversary XIII Preview

Wrestling 2 the MAX is a comprehensive Pro-Wrestling podcast that covers everything from WWE, NXT, TNA Impact, and ROH to other global entities like Lucha Underground and New Japan Pro Wrestling. This show is informative, fun, and meant for every kind of pro-wrestling fan out there. Wrestling 2 the MAX airs live on Thursday nights at 1AM EST and then is available immediately after airing on-demand via LAST WORD RADIO on I-Tunes and Stitcher, Tune-In Radio, the PodBean App, Player FM, VOC Nation Radio Network, Bluburry, Youtube (via Wrestling2theMAXpod), and other podcast hosting locations. W2M also has a facebook group you can join and listeners can follow them on twitter @wrestling2max

Sean Garmer: studied Journalism at the University of North Texas. Sean loves pro-wrestling so much that he even trained to be a wrestler at the age of 17. Though he eventually had to quit wrestling to go to college, he still returned to do play-by-play commentary, help write storylines, and most of all, to watch matches. Sean started his love of pro-wrestling at the age of five after watching a Hulk Hogan match. Due to his family hating sports-entertainment, there were many years he missed. However, he returned full-time to being a fan in the late 1990’s. Since then, Sean has gone on to write for various wrestling websites in a number of capacities, but he discovered his true passion, Podcasting, two years ago when he and Gary started the Wrestling 2 the MAX Podcast.

Gary Vaughan: is a native North Texan with a Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas. His time in college actually rekindled his love of pro wrestling he had lost somewhere along the way. Gary’s enjoyment of the sport began around 1996. As a fan, he has become a student of the wrestling business and gains knowledge through many platforms. WCW is dear to his heart because of it being his introduction to the scene. Now, Gary is a proud podcast host, as well as a writer for wrestling columns.

Paul Leazar: is a recent college graduate from the University of North Texas with an immense amount of time on his hands because nobody wants to hire the idiot with the History degree. He was born an’ raised in the great state of Texas, and began his love affair with pro wrestling at the tender age of five after watching WWF’s Summerslam 1993 pay-per-view. The relationship turned serious with the growth of independent wrestling and the internet in the early 2000’s, which has seen the love affair turn into a full blown addiction that led him to write about it sporadically for various websites, and co-host the Wrestling 2 The Max podcast.


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