KJ and Oly take a fun look at the week in wrestling but only have 30 mins to do so, as when the timer runs out they have to stop!
Kenny & Sean Ross Sapp get together every Monday to recap the weekends events in pro wrestling and talk the top three stories that Sean has been working on giving you breaking news.
Dr Tom Prichard and Joe Hendry break down what it takes to be a professional wrestler. Listen as Dr Tom passes on his lessons from teaching The Rock, Kurt Angle, Edge, Bray Wyatt and hundreds of other megastars in the industry.
Kenny & Findlay Martin tackle all the weekend’s TV from SmackDown to Monday Night RAW and give full analysis on all the major happenings
Kenny and Findlay Martin cover the biggest news in pro wrestling with historical stories and everything in between.
Sondra and Jen have a casual chat about what they’ve watched this week in wrestling, what stories have them most intrigued, Twitter drama, feedback from the listeners, and anything else that may be on their minds.
In this semi-regular series, Dante Richardson and Kenny McIntosh go into detail behind the scenes look at how ITR Magazine is put together. From layouts and interviews to content and contributors, we cover everything here as we take you inside the pages of the magazine. Enjoy!
Kenny and Sondra look at the week’s biggest news stories and talk about the matters they feel passionate about in the world of pro-wrestling.
Kenny & Dan Richardson look at big topics in pro wrestling from tournaments to character profiles and debate them inside the ITR Studio.
Liam and Gareth take a look at pro wrestling outside of the WWE & AEW bubble. From the indies to New Japan, this is your one stop shop to keep up with all the happenings across the wrestling world.
Joe Hendry and Stevie Aaron explore the world of wrestling video games, revisiting all your favourite classics and obscure gems. There’s admiration, hilarity, anger and bewilderment as Inside The Games relives the good, the bad and the downright strangest wrestling video games ever created. From the Atari 7800, to the 16 Bit Era, to the PS1, N64 and beyond, if you love great wrestling video games (and making fun of the bad ones), this is the podcast for you!