In this week's edition of Over the Top Rope, Spencer Love sits down with PWI 500 member and current CWC Champion, Chris Perish! Tune is as the two go over his career thus far, why he prefers Owen to Bret and his reign as champion, exclusively on the Win Column Sports Network!
Over the Top Rope returns to the Win Column Sports Network with a bang, as P.W.A star KJ Kash joins host Spencer Love for one of the most fun interviews in the short history of OTTR. Over beers, the two chat about everything and anything from wrestling to dogs to if she's ever been punched in the face - outside of a wrestling ring.
You don't want to miss this exclusive interview - only on the Win Column Sports Network!
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In this week's edition of OTTR, Spencer and Hayden chat about the egregious state of the tag team divisions across both Smackdown and RAW, and how to fix them prior to WWE's next Big 4 PPV, Summerslam
Somehow, someway, we made it to episode ten! It's the official start of double digits on this week's edition of Over the Top Rope, and both Spencer and Hayden are here to talk all things Chicago.
With All In selling out in less than half an hour - and Spencer lucky enough to score a ticket - the co-hosts discuss what's next for Cody and the Young Bucks in their pursuit of indie wrestling dominance. How can the trio top Septembers upcoming event?
In the hoopla surrounding All In, one major announcement made wrestling fans everywhere take notice - CM Punk is making his first wrestling-related appearance in over four years the night before All In. Will the Voice of the Voiceless make an appearance at the event? Is the hype for nothing? Find out the answers to those questions and more in this week's Over the Top Rope!
Spencer Love hosts this week's edition of Over the Top Rope, and this week is joined by PWA - The Prairie Wrestling Alliance star and founder of the Millennial Rebels, Colton Kelly! The two chat about everything from his early days training with God's Gift to Wrestling Michael Richard Blais up to his recent tag team title run with the Rebels.
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Spencer and Hayden Love return for Episode VII of Over the Top Rope!
The Greatest Royal Rumble has come and gone, and many agree that the event was more than a little disappointing, both for the in-ring content and the aftermath of the show. Spencer and Hayden discuss the fallout from the show in the first segment of this week's episode.
The guys also chat about the Women's Evolution, and where the WWE can go from here. While the Saudi Arabia trip was a step back for the WWE, it also begs the question - what's next for the female superstars of the WWE? You can only find out in the link below!
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In this week's episode, co-hosts Spencer and Hayden Love review their top moments from WrestleMania weekend, including Asuka's streak and what they consider to be the most disappointing 'Mania main event of all time. They also chat about next week's Superstar Shakeup; who moves? Who stays? Find out in this week's edition of Over the Top Rope!
It's the two-hour WrestleMania Extravaganza on Over the Top Rope! In this week's episode, co-hosts Spencer and Hayden Love break down each and every match on the WrestleMania card, and chat with fellow member of the Win Column Sports Network Dylan Fry, one-half of the Fry and the Guy Show.
It's the fourth edition of Over the Top Rope, and this week, hosts Spencer and Hayden Love talk about the new North American Championship, Braun Strowman's potential partners at WrestleMania, and answer your questions in the fan mailbag!
In this week's edition of Over the Top Rope, your hosts Spencer and Hayden speak about Brock Lesnar's UFC status and WWE contract talks, a lack of factions on the main roster, and Spencer speaks with P.W.A co-champion Michael Richard Blais.