Rank #1: Oct. 30 Edition of The LAW feat. One Man Gang & Dave Meltzer
Jason Agnew & Dan Lovranski welcome the One Man Gang and Dave Meltzer from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter to the show; chat about the Survivor Series angle on Raw and matches announced for the show; your phone calls, Title Bout Trivia and Q&A segment.
Rank #2: March 28 Review-A-Raw: “The PUNdertaker”
John Pollock & Wai Ting review the final Raw before WrestleMania, the final angles for all the major programs, Bill Goldberg spears Brock Lesnar, Seth Rollins signs agreement, The Undertaker prepares art installation for Roman Reigns and tease of a ladder match for Sunday.
Rank #3: Keep It 2000 – Ep. 13 “Spring Break Out” with Andrew Goldstein (March 27, 2000)
Former WWE writer Andrew Goldstein comes aboard the Satellite of Hate with Brian Mann & Nate Milton for a review of the long awaited Spring Break Nitro. The three discuss a Sting/Luger food fight, Mean Gene’s pervin', and the beginning of Russo’s return.
Rank #4: Sept. 26 Review-A-Raw: “Zo Away Heat” with John Pollock & Wai Ting
John Pollock & Wai Ting review Raw coming out of No Mercy, the Enzo celebration to close the show, The Shield reunion tease begins, Miztourage attacks Roman Reigns, Braun Strowman's rehab and a show without Brock Lensar & John Cena.
Rank #5: Aug. 28 Edition of The LAW feat. Jim Ross & Dave Meltzer & John Pollock
The LAW's Jason Agnew & Dan "The Mouth" Lovranski are joined live by Jim Ross to chat about the Mae Young Classic; Wrestling Observer's Dave Meltzer chats the week's news and John Pollock stops by to recap Mayweather vs. McGregor.
Rank #6: Review-A-Wai – WWE Judgment Day 2004 w/ David Lagana
John Pollock & Wai Ting review WWE Judgment Day 2004 with the "bloodbath" between Eddie Guerrero and JBL, they welcome former writer David Lagana to chat all things Smackdown from this time period, a classic LAW segment from the night of the show with Dave Meltzer and your feedback.
Rank #7: May 15 Edition of The LAW feat. The Briscoe Brothers & Dave Meltzer
On this week's edition of The LAW, Jason Agnew and Dan Lovranski welcome The Briscoe Brothers and Dave Meltzer to the show, take your phone calls, our weekly Q&A segment, a review of UFC 211 & ROH War of the Worlds and more.
Rank #8: Review-A-Wai – WWF SummerSlam 1999
John Pollock & Wai Ting travel back to the summer of 1999 when the WWF was on fire with the SummerSlam headlined by a three-way and Governor Jesse Ventura returning to referee, a forgettable "Kiss My Ass" match, the worst Undertaker promo uncovered, poor matches and a show stolen by Shane McMahon and Test.
Rank #9: Oct. 10 Review-A-Raw: “Hey, Soul Sister” with John Pollock & Wai Ting
John Pollock & Wai Ting review Raw from Indianapolis, the 3-on-4 TLC match announced, Sister Abigail debuts in an all-time awful segment, The Shield officially reunites, Enzo drops the title, a review of NJPW's King of Pro Wrestling & your feedback.
Rank #10: Review-A-Wai – The 2009 WWE Draft w/ Former Creative Team Member Brad Corbitt
John Pollock & Wai Ting review the WWE Draft Episode of Raw from April 2009 and chat all of the roster changes and we welcome former WWE creative team member Brad Corbitt to chat about this era of WWE from his time with the company.
Rank #11: May 22 Edition of The LAW – WWE Backlash & Impact President Ed Nordholm
The LAW's Jason Agnew and Dan Lovranski review the WWE Backlash event and chat NXT Takeover, plus John Pollock speaks to Impact Wrestling president Ed Nordholm and we speak to Dave Meltzer from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
Rank #12: WWE Great Balls of Fire Preview with John Pollock & Jimmy Korderas
John Pollock & Jimmy Korderas go through all of the matches for this Sunday's WWE Great Balls of Fire card from Dallas with Brock Lesnar vs. Samoa Joe in the main event and discussing the build for the match, possible scenarios coming out of the show and they dive into the rest of the card.
Rank #13: Oct. 18 Edition of Review-A-Smackdown with John Pollock & Wai Ting
John Pollock & Wai Ting are back to chat SmackDown Live in Seattle, Sami Zayn positioned against Daniel Bryan, Jinder Mahal's challenge to Brock Lesnar, several programs set up on this show and Ziggler-Roode II.
Rank #14: Keep It 2000 – Ep. 19 “Never Trust A Man From Hollywood” w/ Jay Hunter & V1 (May 8, 2000)
Jay Hunter & V1 from OSW Review hop aboard the Satellite of Hate to bid farewell to David Arquette’s WCW run. Also included on the May 8th edition of Nitro - a parade of heel turns, the continuing burial of The Filthy Animals, and the return of Goldberg's monster truck.
Rank #15: Oct. 4 Review-A-Smackdown with John Pollock & Wai Ting
John Pollock & Wai Ting review Tuesday's SmackDown from Denver, CO featuring the final build towards Sunday's Hell In A Cell. Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon's Face-To-Face gets physical, The Uso's and New Day exchange final words, and another Susan G. Komen-Warrior segment.
Rank #16: Keep It 2000 – Ep. 18 “Takin’ Care of Bollea” (May 1, 2000)
Comedian Chris Trew joins Brian Mann & Nate Milton for the apex of the David Arquette saga with a review of the May 1, 2000 Monday Nitro - highlights include the return of Rey Mysterio, the end of Tank Abbott's push, and a graveyard brawl.
Rank #17: Review-A-Wai – Bruiser Brody: Wrestling’s Last Rebel Documentary
John Pollock is joined by guest co-host Dan "The Mouth" Lovranski to review the Bruiser Brody: Wrestling's Last Rebel documentary from the Highspots Wrestling Network and present a 2008 audio documentary on Brody from Live Audio Wrestling.
Rank #18: May 30 Review-A-Raw: “Good Morning, Miss Bliss”
John Pollock & Wai Ting review the "Go Home" episode of Raw for Extreme Rules, one of the worst segments of the year with "Bayley, This is Your Life", a main event between Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins, Enzo attacked again, Kurt Angle's GM job is in jeopardy and lots more.
Rank #19: June 12 Edition of The LAW – NJPW Dominion Review & Dalton Castle
The LAW's Jason Agnew, Dan Lovranski and John Pollock review New Japan's Dominion card, chat Okada-Omega II, welcome Dave Meltzer to the show, preview MITB next weekend and take your calls.
Rank #20: Keep it 2000 – Chicken Punch w/ Sarah Shockey (March 13, 2000)
Nitro novice Sarah Shockey (MLW’s Marty & Sarah Love Wrestling) joins Brian and Nate for a review of the March 13th edition of Nitro, the go-home show for Uncensored. The trio discusses the debut of The Jung Dragons, Terry Funk’s chicken punching abilities, and the Dunken Donut vs Krispy Kreme debate.