Oct 7, 2019
In this epic Work Of Wrestling podcast, host Tim Kail reviews the premiere episode of AEW Dynamite!
He begins at the end, sharing his thoughts on the "surprise" appearance of Jack Hager, Jon Moxley and Kenny Omega crashing through a glass table, and the three basic reactions he imagines a fan could have after watching...
Jul 15, 2019
Tim Kail is back to review another AEW event, and much like Fyter Fest it brings out the best (and worst) of his arts analysis approach to pro-wrestling.
Why are heels so much more competent and capable than babyfaces nowadays?
What is AEW's identity, and does the phrase "sports-centric" genuinely apply?
Jul 1, 2019
Tim Kail watched #Fyterfest, had an intense reaction to it, and fired up the microphones to record a passionate, detailed review of the show.
What does "sports-focused" professional wrestling actually mean? Is it just an emphasis on rules, or is it a larger philosophical approach to pro-wrestling that informs the...
Jun 17, 2019
Why are wrestling fans so cavalier and mean when discussing age? Are wrestlers unfairly judged by their age even if they're still contributing?
Work Of Wrestling host Tim Kail tries to figure this out and encourages fellow fans (and his future self) to discuss age in a more constructive way.
Tim also explains how Jon...
Jun 3, 2019
Tim Kail fires up the mics for the first time since Mania to sit down with you and discuss the post-Mania season, the need to respect other people's interests, how awesome the Jon Moxley/Jericho interview was, why he has no hope for WWE but is totally at peace with that, why a leaner roster would benefit WWE (and the...