What Happened When

What Happened When

From Starrcade '83 to March 26, 2001, Tony Schiavone was the voice of professional wrestling below the Mason-Dixon Line. Though the Monday Night Wars may be over you can still relive the memories of Jim Crockett Promotions and World Championship Wrestling. Hear for yourself why What Happened When with Tony Schiavone is a hilarious trip down professional wrestlings memory lane. Join Tony and Conrad every Wednesday morning at 6am ET exclusively on Westwood One Podcast Network.... Show More

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September 16, 2020 122 min
What does Tony think is the most shocking thing about being backstage at AEW?  What call does he regret making during his career?  Would he leave AEW to work for the Atlanta Braves?  What would he have done differently if he had been in charge of WCW back in the 90's? Tony answers these questions and many more as he fields the queries from our Twitter feed @WHWMonday with the hashtag #AskTony.  Support us on Patreon, get th...
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September 9, 2020 138 min
It's a fine celebration of 20 years of professional wrestling on "The Superstation" TBS.  Complete with legends such as Gordon Solie, Bruno Sammartino, Andre The Giant, Dusty Rhodes, Bill Watts, Thunderbolt Patterson and more!  However, there was also some (not much) wrestling action featuring Ron Simmons, Cactus Jack, Vader, Rick Rude, Sting, Dustin Rhodes, Barry Windham, Jake the Snake Roberts and many others. We go b...
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September 2, 2020 159 min
Regardless of how you feel about the NWO parody of Arn Anderson and the Four Horsemen, you can't deny that you will never forget it.  Well, it's all here including some pretty good matches and some very long interviews and video packages. Additionally, what happened behind the curtain that night BEFORE, DURING and AFTER the infamous parody?  Well, we have the answers on What Happened When. Join Conrad and Tony in a show fea...
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Conrad and Tony take you back in time to TWO very different episodes of ECW.  First, we go back to 1994 when Extreme Championship Wrestling was born.  When Shane Douglas threw down the NWA belt and became the ECW champ.  It was quite a swerve to the NWA and will never be forgotten on many levels. Then we will go back to the very first live-to-tape ECW show on TNN in 1999.  Taz opened the show with a big win and later, The Dudleys w...
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It's a wrestling show loaded with talent, but also loaded with short matches.  Join Conrad and Tony as they take you back to your childhood of 1996. Hulk Hogan vs Ric Flair was the headliner, but it also had the Steiners, Sting, Lex Luger, Hall and Nash, DDP, Harlem Heat, Eddie Guerrero, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, VK Wallstreet, the Giant, Chris Benoit, Ultimo Dragon, Konan, Glacier, Kevin Sullivan, Col. Robert Parker, Sister Sherri, ...
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August 12, 2020 185 min
It's all here! Taz, Chris Candido, Jerry "The King" Lawler, Tommy Dreamer, Sunny, Jake "The Snake" Robert, Rick Rude, the Dudleys, Terry Funk, Shane Douglas, Sabu, RVD, Spike Dudley, Bam Bam Bigelow, Francine and yes, Jenna Jameson. WHW takes you back in time to when hardcore wrestling was fun, in full force and in bed with WWE.  Watch along with Conrad and Tony or just enjoy the banter of two fans watching some...
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August 5, 2020 182 min
We go back to your childhood once again, and this time we stop at an historic moment in pro wrestling. It was on this show that Owen Hart's piledriver injured Stone Cold Steve Austin's neck and changed things quite a bit. But there is more! HHH vs Mankind in a cage, Ken Shamrock vs the British Bulldog, Gold Dust against Brian Pillman and Bret Hart meeting the Undertaker. Dave Meltzer did not really care for this show, but y...
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July 29, 2020 132 min
Okay, so then there is this.  The infamous episode of TNA where Jeff Jarrett comes to the ring with a "little person" in a sack.  Beats him up and then ANOTHER little person named "Puppet" arrives and pulls a gun on Jarrett.   Got it.  Wait.  WHAT? It's all here from 2002.  And even AJ Styles vs Elix Skipper could not save this show.  And you think WCW was bad?  Well, it was, but maybe not THIS bad. Support us o...
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July 22, 2020 135 min
So this was NWA-TNA in 2002, huh? Yeah, it was bad. Oh, it had some great moments: like Low Ki vs AJ Styles and Christopher Daniels and Elix Skipper vs The Flying Elvises, but most it sucked. From a "little person" doing some "questionable things" in a trash can, to Francine and Jasmine fighting in a shower, this was known more for its sex than its wrestling. You're invited to join Conrad and Tony as they watch ...
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July 15, 2020 173 min
Lot of crazy stuff in this one, kids.  Complete with a disturbance from members of Xtreme Pro Wrestling, the event from the Grand Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles, had very memorable moments.  From the Jerry Lynn-Steve Carino bloodbath, to Justin Credible against Tommy Dreamer, to a very exciting six-man tag match to RVD vs Scotty Anton, this night had something for everyone. This final ECW produced pay per view was in front of a ...
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July 8, 2020 131 min
The same night WCW had Goldberg vs Hollywood Hogan for the World title on Nitro, the WWE countered with a taped show from State College, PA. It wasn't the best show, but the story lines were good enough to make it an excellent show.  With the Undertaker, Stone Cold, Mankind, D-Lo Brown, Terry Funk, Vader, Bradshaw, Val Venis, Dustin Runnels, D-Generation X, Ken Shamrock, Savio Vega, Road Warrior Hawk and Mabel, it had plenty of...
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We take you back in time when the wrestling was GOOD, and the acting was BAD! Join Tony and Conrad as Col. Robert Parker, Harley Race, Vader and Sid Vicious go to an island in search of Davey Boy Smith and Sting. And join in for the search for Cactus Jack. In the ring there are Buff Bagwell, Ricky Steamboat, and Paul Orndorff. And an edition of "A Flair for the Gold." Strap yourselves in, we're headed for some shit! Sup...
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It's WCW at its very worst! Welcome to the Great American Bash 2000. It was the final GAB from WCW and it was the night Goldberg turned heel and business REALLY went down the toilet. Even though there were other such big names as Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, Scott Steiner, Rick Steiner, DDP and Sting, there was no stopping the WCW-to-Out of Business train. Support us on Patreon, get this show early and ad free, plus TONS ...
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All your favorites are here:  Joey Styles, Rob Van Dam, the Dudley Boyz, Shane Douglas, Raven, Tommy Dreamer, Francine, Joel Gertner, Beulah McGillicutty, Sabu, the Sandman, Tazz and Jerry Lawler! Jerry Lawler?  That's right, the King was part of a "WWE Invasion" angle during this time as the answer to the NWO on WCW. Conrad and Tony will watch two episodes of ECW Hardcore TV from June of 1997; June 10 and June 17.  It ...
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One of the most iconic Monday Nitros ever. Loaded with talent and backstage politics, this event, from Boston was, in a nutshell what WCW was all about, and why WCW went crumbling down. The lineup was spectacular. Hulk Hogan, the Macho Man, Ric Flair, Roddy Piper, Lex Luger, DDP, Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit, the Steiners, Harlem Heat, Dean Malenko, Chris Jericho, a six man cruiserweight event...and more! But as Conrad and Tony...
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Here's the link on Impact Plus for the watch-a-long: https://www.impactplus.tv/details/_6003449127001 It's the first edition ever of IMPACT as it aired on FSN on June of 2004.  With such established stars as Shane Douglas, Dusty Rhodes and Jeff Jarrett, the show had plenty of star power.  And with such performers as Elix Skipper, Amazing Red, AJ Styles, Kid Cash, Frankie Kazarian, Bobby Roode and Abyss, the future looked br...
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May 27, 2020 139 min
Note: The link to watch along this TNA Show on Impact Plus is: https://impactplus.tv/details/_6003448649001 In January 29, 2003, Tony Schiavone made his first and only appearance in TNA. He arrived on the wishes of his friend, Vince Russo, and turned heel on Mike Tenay. It was a show loaded with talent: AJ Styles, the Rock and Roll Express, Raven, Jeff Jarrett, Amazing Red, Larry Zbyszko, Chris Harris, James Storm, Sonny Siaki, Jer...
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This episode of Nitro was known as the funeral for Ric Flair, but it was also a funeral for WCW. The promotion was certainly a "Coffin on Roller Skates" at this point in its history.   Actually, it was chocked full of WCW stars, but there was just TOO MUCH GOING ON. You needed a scorecard and Ritalin just to keep up with everything. From a lovers spat between Billy Kidman and Torrie, to Booker T. getting fired, to the funer...
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May 13, 2020 110 min
If you were looking for a bad show to watch-along with Conrad and Tony then this is not it. This is actually one of the better wrestling show you will see. Featuring HHH against Ric Flair in a match and storyline that weaved nicely through the show. Plus, a great performance by Stone Cold Steve Austin on the mic helps make this an unforgettable event. Also featuring Chris Jericho, Kevin Nash, Christian, RVD, Eric Bischoff, Goldberg...
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Conrad and Tony take you back to the Marietta (GA) Civic Center to May 3, 1998 and one of the most panned ECW Pay Per View broadcasts ever. From Bam Bam Bigelow having to work with New Jack, who had knocked himself out cold, to the terrible stunt show from Sabu and RVD, to the messed up finish between Al Snow and Shane Douglas, this one was a stinker. But at least there were the likes of Francine, Taz (a cameo only), Tommy Dreamer,...
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