Welcome to Time Limit Draw! Our hosts "Southern Comfort" Michael Watson and "The Golden Voice" James Ryan review, rehash, and recoil at the best and the worst of WWE, WCW, and ECW ppvs and supershows from a generation back.
The End is here! No, not the end for your daring hosts Michael Watson and James Ryan, but the end is here tonight for either the WWF or The Alliance! Time Limit Draw presents Survivor Series 2001! We've got two title unification matches, one Immunity Battle Royale, and Women's 6 pack challenge for the title, and quite possibly the greatest, most star studded Survivor Series main event elimination match of all time! Vince's team of Jericho, Big Show, Kane, Undertaker and the Rock take on The Alliance's team of Booker T, RVD, Shane O'Mac, Kurt Angle, and Stone Cold Steve Austin! It's winner takes all because after tonight there will be only one! To the victor goes the spoils! Pucker up, bitch!
Welcome to the Casino Magic Hotel and Casino in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi for the most depressing and soul-crushingly awful pay per view in the history of the world. This is Heroes of Wrestling, and your life will never be the same. Join Michael Watson and James Ryan as they painstakingly review this turd masquerading as a wrestling show as fast as they can so they can pour bleach into their eyes. There's 8 matches tonight. The majority of the wrestlers are either drunk, high, hungover, or a combination of all three. And then there's Jake Roberts. You wanna play blackjack with The Snake? Cause even if you have 21, he's got 22. We all lose. Welcome to hell.
After a longer delay than expected, Time Limit Draw returns to review WCW's Fall Brawl War Games 1994! Michael Watson and James Ryan catch up on the misadventures of TL Hopper, the passing of Bobby the Brain Heenan, and then go to war! The last true Southern War Games happens in Roanoke, Virginia, and with Hulkamania about to run wild, things will never be the same again! Also, this is the final WCW appearances for Cactus Jack, Ricky Steamboat, and the beginning of the end of some guy named Stunning Steve Austin. Wonder what happened to him? This year's War Games is show favorites Bunkhouse Buck, Arn Anderson, Terry Funk, and Col Parker vs Dusty and Dustin Rhodes and the fuckin' Nasty Boys. Ah, ah shit.
On this episode of Time Limit Draw, our hosts Michael Watson and James Ryan join the WCW roster as they head north to Sturgis, South Dakota for the largest gathering of white trash and rednecks at the Sturgis Bike Rally! Eric Bischoff's pet project/charitable function of bringing professional wrestling to the disadvantaged bikers is commendable! We review Rey Mysterio leaping from 15 plus feet down atop Ultimo Dragon, and the cameras missed it! A motorcycle gets gently demolished via sledgehammer! Harlem Heat battles Racism! Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko fight for 26 minutes and get booed because of it! Mongo visits the Reservation! The Outsiders, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall immediately regret their decision to join WCW! And Hollywood Hogan battles The Giant for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship, and Black Spray Paint makes it shocking debut!
The dog days of Summer are almost upon us, and what better way to cool down than to hear James Ryan and Michael Watson review WWF SummerSlam 1994! Before we dive head first into the ppv, Michael and James discuss the horrific events that occurred over the weekend in Charlottesville, we shift gears and get to the bottom of the "Who's the 6th Man in the nWo" mystery, and do everything we can to not talk about SummerSlam 94! Outside of a somewhat enjoyable Alundra Blayze/Bull Nakano match and one of the best cage matches ever, as Bret Hart defends his WWF title against his brother, Owen, this ppv is garbage. The Clique fights over the IC title, who sold out to the Million Dollar Man Tatanka or Lex, and the infamous Undertaker vs Undertaker. Yeah boy.