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Join Graham “GSM” Matthews each Thursday as he runs down his weekly wrestling rants, welcomes guests, hosts exclusive interviews and more!


Rejoice! WWE's Wild Card Rule is finally coming to an end next month and Graham "GSM" Matthews couldn't be happier. He kicks off WrestleRant Radio discussing the Draft, what it means for Raw and SmackDown Live moving forward, and the possibility of WrestleRant Radio eventually switching days. He also addresses the future of 205 Live and if it will be folded into NXT as has been rumored recently, reviews Sunday's Clash of Champions pay-per-view, and talks the rise of Robert Roode as well as The Revival becoming the new SmackDown Tag Team Champions.

GSM then has a ton to say about Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks stealing the show, an honest assessment of Kofi Kingston's WWE Championship reign thus far and why he'll likely lose to Brock Lesnar during SmackDown's debut show on FOX, Luke Harper returning and what match it might lead to at Hell in a Cell, why Braun Strowman is the ultimate loser and how his main event matchup with Seth Rollins exceeded expectations, why "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt must walk out of Hell in a Cell the new Universal Champion, quick thoughts on this week's episodes of Raw and SmackDown, the tale of two returns with Rusev and AOP, King Corbin and why him winning the tournament wasn't the worst idea, and much more!

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WWE returned to Madison Square Garden this past week for two jam-packed episodes of Raw and SmackDown Live, and Graham "GSM" Matthews was there live on Monday night to witness all the action in person! He speaks about his experience at the world's most famous arena (along with how he met Kofi Kingston, Big E and Mandy Rose at CitiField!) including the insane reaction "Stone Cold" Steve Austin received, the women's tag team match, Gran Metalik getting a chance to shine versus Rey Mysterio, Baron Corbin advancing in King of the Ring, the crowd doing the wave during the 10-man tag team main event, and Cedric Alexander's big win.

While giving his thoughts on SmackDown Live, GSM also discusses The Undertaker's pointless appearance, The Miz battling Andrade, Heavy Machinery getting back on track, Roman Reigns and Erick Rowan brawling, how Bayley's heel run has been confusing so far, the Kofi Kingston and Randy Orton rivalry going full circle in MSG, Chad Gable beating Shane McMahon and who he thinks will ultimately win King of the Ring, and Kushida's surprise 205 Live debut.

Stay tuned until the end of the episode for a Clash of Champions preview and predictions for this Sunday!

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Fresh off his quick visit to Chicago, Graham "GSM" Matthews explains how his trip to Chi-Town came out and his experience meeting CM Punk at Starrcast before reviewing AEW All Out from Saturday night! He gets into his thoughts on the 21-woman Casino Battle Royal, why Private Party will be a team to watch going forward, Luchasaurus receiving a mega reaction, Pac's surprising win over Kenny Omega, the Cracker Barrel Clash, why The Dark Order just isn't clicking so far, Riho beating Hikaru Shida, Cody vs. Shawn Spears, the wild AAA World Tag Team Championship match, AEW's loaded tag team division, and why Chris Jericho becoming the inaugural AEW World Champion was the right call.

GSM then gives his thoughts on the terrific NXT UK TakeOver: Cardiff event including Noam Dar vs. Travis Banks, Cesaro making a special appearance, the NXT UK Tag Team and Women's Championships changing hands, the Last Man Standing match, and the near-perfect main event. To close out the episode, GSM also reviews Raw and SmackDown Live and discusses Bayley's heel turn and why a Fatal 4-Way with the Four Horsewomen could be in the works for WrestleMania 36, the continuation of the King of the Ring tournament and how Chad Gable might be on the verge of going all the way, why Sami Zayn shouldn't talk during Shinsuke Nakamura's matches, Erick Rowan apparently severing ties with Daniel Bryan (and how it could still be revealed to be a ruse), and much more!

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Are you all in on All Out? Graham "GSM" Matthews opens this week's WrestleRant Radio with his full preview and predictions for AEW's latest (and perhaps biggest to date) pay-per-view this Saturday night live from Chicago! He discusses the 21-woman Casino Battle Royale, which stars you should expect to break out, AEW's loaded tag team division, why Shawn Spears must defeat Cody, The Young Bucks and The Lucha Brothers taking their heated rivalry to new heights in a Ladder match, PAC replacing an injured Jon Moxley against Kenny Omega, who will walk out the inaugural AEW World Champion, and much more.

From there, GSM runs down his reviews of Raw and SmackDown Live from this week and gives his two cents on Sasha Banks' promo, the first round of the King of the Ring tournament wrapping up and what the final eight looks like, the mess that was the Tag Team Turmoil, Cesaro heading to NXT UK, Braun Strowman vying for the United States Championship for the second straight week, more matches confirmed for Clash of Champions, and Big E impressing against Randy Orton,

Stay tuned until the end of the episode for a complete preview of WWE NXT UK TakeOver: Cardiff on Saturday afternoon as well!

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Graham "GSM" Matthews celebrates the historic 300th episode of WrestleRant Radio with hosting his last exclusive interview of the summer, this time with former Northeast Wrestling Champion and host of the What's Sizzling podcast, Brad Hollister! Big Bacon has a ton to say about joining N.E.W., the origin of his gimmick, his thoughts on N.E.W. president Michael Lombardi, facing Joey Janela and wanting a match with Jon Moxley, working other independent promotions around the northeast, Kurt Angle's influence on him, wrestling the likes of Matt Riddle and Jack Swagger and what he learned from them, his in-ring style, becoming N.E.W. Champion and how Flip Gordon surprised him the night he won the title, going to Money in the Bank 2019, his goals going forward, and much more.

Stay tuned for GSM's thoughts on this week's episodes of Raw and SmackDown Live, NXT officially moving to the USA Network, and his predictions for the rest of the 2019 King of the Ring tournament!

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After giving his quick thoughts on SmackDown Live returning to Friday nights later this year (and why it's a good move) and SummerSlam weekend emanating from Boston in 2020 to kick off this week's WrestleRant Radio, Graham "GSM" Matthews airs his exclusive interview with two of MLW's newest acquisitions, Ross and Marshall Von Erich! They're talking relocating to Hawaii, choosing MLW over WWE and why it's the right fit for them, their rich family history, their dad Kevin Von Erich's thoughts on them signing with MLW, multi-generational talent, wrestling worldwide, working with Tom Lawlor and CONTRA Unit, appearing on Viceland's Dark Side of the Ring, and much more!

At the close of the show, GSM runs down the results from ROH Summer Supercard, NXT TakeOver: Toronto II, and SummerSlam and analyzes the biggest moments from each event! Plus, is NXT really on the verge of moving to FS1 and expanding to two hours sometime soon? GSM discusses why that isn't the best idea along with what's next for Johnny Gargano, Sasha Banks' Raw return and why he's of two minds on it, Trish Stratus impressing in her final match, Braun Strowman seemingly entering the Universal Championship picture, how The Fiend stole SummerSlam, Buddy Murphy's star-making performance on SmackDown Live, and much more!

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Yet another jam-packed wrestling weekend is on the horizon, and not only does RJ Marceau return as always to break down both NXT TakeOver: Toronto II and SummerSlam with Graham "GSM" Matthews, but Alexis DiGiacomo joins them as well! They kick off the hour by giving their picks for Saturday's TakeOver special and discussing Io Shirai's recent heel turn and how exceptional she's been in the role, if The Street Profits are on the verge of losing the NXT Tag Team Championship and if they'll officially be called up to Raw soon, if Mia Yim is the right woman to dethrone Shayna Baszler as NXT Women's Champion, the Triple Threat match for the NXT North American Championship, Adam Cole vs. Johnny Gargano III in the main event, and if every member of Undisputed Era will leave Toronto with gold.

From there, the trio preview SummerSlam and talk the WWE Cruiserweight Championship match, how the build to Bayley vs. Ember Moon for the SmackDown Women's Championship has been disappointing, Charlotte Flair and Trish Stratus colliding for the first time ever, Goldberg returning to the ring against Dolph Ziggler, why Natalya isn't at all a compelling challenger for Raw Women's Champion Becky Lynch and if Ronda Rousey will return afterward, Bray Wyatt's in-ring return versus Finn Balor and why it's crucial that Wyatt wins, AJ Styles vs. Ricochet for the United States Championship, if Kevin Owens' matchup with Shane McMahon will mark the end of Shane's reign of terror on WWE TV, how Kofi Kingston vs. Randy Orton has been the best booked bout going into the event, how Brock Lesnar's latest reign as Universal Champion will last, and much more!

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