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Professional wrestling is an art. The Work of Wrestling is dedicated to exploring that simple truth. Host & author Tim Kail analyzes wrestling matches, explicates promos, reviews pay-per-views, and shares personal stories in an effort to provide pro-wrestling the in-depth arts criticism it genuinely deserves.

Feb 9, 2015

Pro-wrestling poetry, Monday Night Raw as "entertainment-mush", The Reality Era, and much more this week on The Work of Wrestling podcast! In Part 1 "The Lockup" (3:10) Tim reacts to Triple H's interview with Stone Cold Steve Austin, dissecting the significance of the final ten minutes of their conversation where Triple H acknolwedged a three-hour Monday Night Raw is far too long. In Part 2 "The High Spot" (18:25) Tim answers a question Triple H could not: "What does the Reality Era mean?". And then in "The Finish" (32:30) Tim reads an email submitted by listener Andrew about how Triple H vs The Undertaker at WrestleMania X-7 left a lasting impression on his appreciation for professional wrestling. If you would like to have your story on the show submit to wrestlingworks@gmail.com. You can also follow Tim on Twitter @MaximusWrestler and visit www.workowrestling.com for all the latest Raw Reviews, NXT Reports, and editorials on the craft of professional wrestling. Have a nice day!