Podcast of the Week: Live Audio Wrestling

Podcast of the Week: Live Audio Wrestling

This network of podcasts is perfect for Wrestling and MMA fans alike.

Live Audio Wrestling started out as a radio show and has blossomed into a series of regular podcasts that can be found on itunes as well as the website of the Fight Network.

Anchored by the weekly radio show which is hosted by Jason Agnew and Dan “The Mouth” Lovranski,,which continues to this day and covers both combat sports, Live Audio Wrestling features a large number of hosts who tackle different aspects of the industry.

John Pollock and Wai Ting review Monday Night Raw, TNA Impact Wrestling and a different show from the history of the business each week. John also hosts the MMA hour a show which is also featured on the radio and covers MMA news of course.

Jason Agnew and Braden Herrington host whtsNXT, a show that focuses on WWE’s developmental program and the talent that will feature heavily in the future of the industry. Chris Charlton and WH Park host Japanese Audio Wrestling which is a show that features, surprise, news about wrestling from Japan.

Finally, John Pollock and Court Bauer host the show that bears their name, Bauer & Pollock. Each week the two men analyze the biggest stories of the week. 

Both shows act as a catch all for the biggest stories in wrestling and MMA of the week.

With a large variety of hosts and shows, Live Audio Wrestling features something for every combat sports fan.

Have you listened to Live Audio Wrestling? Are you a fan of Combat Sports? If so let us know in the comments section below!

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Matthew Thomas is an extreme pop culture junkie and proud of it. A long time fan of comics, film, music & wrestling, he writes about all four. My writing for Whatculture.com can be found here: http://whatculture.com/author/matthew-thomas