Harry Broadhurst and special guest, Jared Hawkins, present a special Wrestling Unwrapped. In honor of Eddie Gurerrero, here’s a WWE No Way Out 2004 Review!
Join Harry Broadhurst and Patrick Ketza as they run down the best and worst in Pro Wrestling DVDs. From WWE to CHIKARA to SHIMMER to AIW, there's nothing they won't cover. And be sure to check out Cash and Trash every week. What will they find to be the hidden gem of the DVD? and what will be the rough hiding the diamond? Find out every Sunday night on Wrestling Unwrapped.
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With the 20th anniversary of The Montreal Screwjob just around the corner, Patrick and Harry review Survivor Series 1997!
Patrick and Harry react to the roster changes that made the show better. Kurt Angle’s return, Finn Balor and AJ Styles on this WWE TLC 2017 Review.
Harry and Patrick once again have their reactions to the latest WWE PPV event. This time it’s all about that WWE Hell in a Cell 2017 Review.
With WWE’s latest Hell in a Cell show on Sunday, Patrick and Harry review the first one, happening at WWE Bad Blood 1997 with Shawn Michaels and Undertaker.
Patrick and Harry get current with wrestling shows, because this week they have a WWE No Mercy 2017 Review on Wrestling Unwrapped.
Eight men battle inside a Steel Cage for a Golden Boot and some big prize money. Patrick & Harry Review NWA Bunkhouse Stampede 1988 on Wrestling Unwrapped.
Harry, Patrick, and Paul come together for the last time to review the Mae Young Classic Finale! Who took home the trophy? What are their final thoughts?
Patrick and Harry return for another episode of Wrestling Unwrapped. This time around, they review F1RST Wrestling’s Wrestlepalooza VIII!
Patrick Ketza and Harry Broadhurst end their look at the August 1998 PPV’s with a big one, WWE Summerslam 1998. Featuring some heavily hyped matches.