Jul 15, 2019
After a busy wrestling weekend Work Of Wrestling host Tim Kail found time to review Extreme Rules!
Tim covers every match from Taker showing he's still got it to Becky Lynch being used as an emotional story-prop, and everything in between.
Other topics include backstage camerawork, a weirdly tepid crowd despite an...
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 24, 2019
Tim Kail returns to tell a story about failure, more specifically what he regards as his biggest failure with The Work Of Wrestling podcast (with an intermission featuring insightful comments from writer Barry Hess).
Tim opens up about some of the mistakes he's made on the show, what he's learned, the struggle to stay...
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...