The Best of How2Wrestling

Since I think we all need a little time to recover from the bullshit and the politics in the back of the last 18 months, let’s give you something else to take your mind off of life. I post a lot about great wrestling podcasts but a lot of them are built around the basis that you’re already a fan. What if you’re a new fan or want to become a fan? That’s where How2Wrestling comes in. Hosted by Kefin Mahon, host of The Attitude Era Podcast, and Jo Graham, Kefin’s girlfriend and new wrestling fan, How2Wrestling teaches you how to get into wrestling, how to understand wresting and how to enjoy wrestling.

So to give you something fun to listen to and to take your mind off the fate of the world, let’s listen to five of the best and my favourite episodes of How2Wrestling.

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The Best of The Lowdown Blog 2011

With the start of a new year today, let’s take a look back at the last 12 months on the blog. Last year was a massive year at Lowdown HQ. We set blog records for total page views for the year and crossed 500,000 page views all-time. Hell, we had more page views in 2011 than we had in the last two years combined. So let’s look back at the year with our most read posts from 2011 and the most read posts overall in 2011. Continue reading

Lowdown BlogCast: December 23, 2011

It’s time once again for the annual Lowdown Christmas Special. Like last year’s Christmas episode, this year once again brings us a look at the weirdest and wackiest of Christmas music. There are a lot of bands and singers that you’ve heard of that have made bad Christmas music and we have found some pretty embarrassing entries into their musical repertoires. As an added bonus, the boys give you their annual Christmas gift buying guide including what to buy for celebrities as well as the usual ridiculous Lowdown banter that we’re known for.

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Lowdown BlogCast Classic: February 14, 2008

For Valentine’s Day, we thought we’d dig into the archives and bring you this short one-off Lowdown episode. This was our Valentine’s Day special presented as “The DownLow.” In this special episode of The DownLow, Steve and Jackie translate the top ten rejection lines dished out by men and women. This one is a must listen to episode for Valentine’s Day.

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Pick the Best of The Lowdown BlogCast

Every year we do a special Listeners’ Choice episode of The Best of The Lowdown BlogCast. Today, we’re not announcing a vote for the best of season three but a best of the last three years of Lowdown. After the jump are some of our better and more memorable segments from the last three seasons of The Lowdown. You get to vote for your favourites and get them included in a special Best of The Lowdown podcast. Continue reading

The Best of The Lowdown Blog 2010

With the start of a new year today, let’s take a look back at the last 12 months on the blog. 2010 was an exciting year at Lowdown HQ with us blogging for a full year for the first time and leaving the comfort of campus radio at UWO for the wild world of podcasting. So let’s look back at the year with our most read posts from 2010, the most read posts overall in 2010 and our most listened to podcasts of 2010. Continue reading

Lowdown BlogCast Classic: December 25, 2007

Back in the day, The Lowdown actually did a proper Christmas special unlike what the last three turned into. This episode contains some of the best Christmas songs ever written and performed. The show includes songs by some of today’s big artists along with classic Christmas songs that you grew up listening to. The boys weren’t restricted by annoying radio management restrictions about Canadian content in this episode so it’s the best of the best. Over the course of the episode, there are nine songs for your holiday listening pleasure.

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