Welcome to The Intercontinental Breakfast
To celebrate our 50th episode, Breff & Nathan crack open some cold ones for the inaugural Intercontinental Breakfast at Midnight, in which we have a few beers and chat about a particular topic or aspect of professional wrestling. This time, we take a look at entrance music in wrestling: the best, the worst, the most fitting, the least fitting, disproportionately good music for an average performer, the best run of different themes, the best variants, and some forgotten gems. Featuring: Billy Gunn, Christian, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Jeff Hardy, Edge, William Regal, The Rock, Sami Zayn, Shinsuke Nakamura, Wade Barrett, Baron Corbin, Hulk Hogan, Drew McIntyre, The Social Outcasts, Seth Rollins, The Undertaker, Kane, and the philosophies of what a good entrance can do for a talent and for the audience. And to cap it all, we unveil our new intro, featuring Bob the Announcer Guy! The Intercontinental Breakfast | An Irish Wrestling Podcast is available on 24Wrestling.com, Transistor.fm, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and wherever good podcasts are sold. Be sure to follow us on social media via Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, and check out new episodes every Saturday morning from 7am GMT.
Stretching back to 1999 all the way to 2006, this week is all about our favourite wrestlers and performers as kids. Our guys. The performers and athletes whom we identified with most. Any surprises here? Absolutely not. There's an Olympic Gold Medallist, two brothers who weren't really brothers, one brother who was really a brother but whose brother isn't discussed, a true high-flyer, and a gentleman brawler.