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The Best Worst Wrestling Weddings, Recreating A Scott Steiner Promo, And More | Wrestle Buddies Episode 7

This week on Wrestle Buddies, TV Guide's Keisha Hatchett joins us to talk eFeds, wrestling weddings, and whatever happened to Gangrel.


This week on Wrestle Buddies, GameSpot's professional wrestling podcast, Chris E. Hayner and Mat Elfring welcome TV Guide editor Keisha Hatchett for a wide-ranging episode that covers so many topics and gets pretty dramatic. We also catch up with a certain Attitude Era wrestler in a new segment.

First up, Chris, Mat, and Keisha reminisce about their histories with the world of eFeds. For those that don't know, eFeds were essentially a mix of roleplaying games and fan fiction, all set in the world of pro wrestling. Of course, being the nerds they are, Chris, Mat, and Keisha all have experience with eFeds and dredging up that past is about as ridiculous as you'd expect.

Next, we take a look at the pro wrestling's spotty history with weddings. If you're a fan, you know just how bad a wrestling wedding likely will be and we are revisiting some of the worst--including that time Triple H married an unconscious Stephanie McMahon at a drive-through wedding chapel. This segment also gives the Wrestle Buddies a chance to finally talk about Snitsky, the most notable wrestler with a foot fetish gimmick.

Then, it's time for Wrestlepiece Theatre. In this new segment, which features reenactments of infamous wrestling moments, we recreate one of the most remarkable promos you'll ever hear. Do you remember the time Scott Steiner tried to give a math lesson to Samoa Joe in TNA? We sure do.

All that plus we take a look at what noted vampire warrior professional wrestler Gangrel is up to in the first installment of Gangrel watch, as well as answer your questions.

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