Breaking down pro wrestling with thoughtful analysis of WWE, NXT, AEW, NJPW and beyond. Plus, instant analysis of pay-per-views and the latest news. Host Adam Silverstein and his co-hosts pull back the curtain, addressing the hottest topics and most controversial developments while putting the highs and lows of sports entertainment in context.
The Wednesday Night Wars raged on as AEW offered two title matches against NXT's go-home show for TakeOver: In Your House. Host Adam Silverstein previews the entire show and parts the seas of controversy about the Drake Maverick re-hiring storyline.
The controversial Jeff Hardy angle had WWE viewers taking sides on Friday, and Seth Rollins showed he is indeed the Monday Night Messiah. Adam Silverstein and Chris Vannini discuss all of that and more from WWE Raw and SmackDown this week.
Wrestling delivered in a major way Wednesday night as AEW followed Double or Nothing with a newsworthy episode of Dynamite and WWE's NXT put forth an incredible main event. Host Adam Silverstein breaks it all down.
WWE has begun having small crowds filled with NXT and Performance Center talent watch its shows. Host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini explore the vast improvement it made plus more from this week in WWE.
Just moments after AEW Double or Nothing went off the air, host Adam Silverstein and co-host Chris Vannini jumped on the horn to break down the entire pay-per-view and the unique Stadium Stampede match.
Former NXT and NXT UK women's champion Rhea Ripley stops by ahead of her big match with Io Shirai to discuss her beginnings in pro wrestling and how she has vaulted herself into superstardom within WWE.
A listener-heavy show focuses on NXT's bounce back, AEW's failure to capitalize, the return of In Your House as an NXT TakeOver event, Sami Zayn being stripped of the WWE intercontinental title and more.
Host Adam Silverstein takes a look at what made Wednesday's AEW Dynamite so special and how NXT, despite delivering an entertaining episode that pushed many of its storylines forward, managed to disappoint with interference in both major title matches.
Ahead of WWE's first pay-per-view since WrestleMania 36, an ultimate preview of the 2020 edition of WWE Money in the Bank. The guys break down each match on the card, who should (and will) win the briefcases and what to expect as WWE asks its superstars to "Climb the Corporate Ladder"
With just two weeks until Money in the Bank, WWE has been building toward its next pay-per-view while featuring some fresh faces in its top programs. Host Adam Silverstein breaks down Raw and SmackDown plus more.
NXT has been on a roll, and it continued Wednesday with a terrific episode that showcased new talent and set in motion exciting storylines. Head-to-head, AEW has been a bit stagnant and arguably underdelivered in recent weeks. Is the tide turning, or is this just an aberration?
The guys dive into WWE's decision to release a significant portion of its talent along with a number of staff amid the coronavirus pandemic, the death of Howard Finkel and a heavily promoted yet disappointing AEW main event.
In an extended WWE episode, the guys break down controversial topics, including WWE running live events in Florida, Ronda Rousey insulting fans and whether the main event feuds are progressing too quickly.
Unique and surprising, WrestleMania 36 was one for the record books. Where does WWE go from here, starting with the infamous Raw after WrestleMania? Adam Silverstein is joined by Chris Vannini to discuss what went down Monday night and whether fans can expect typical WWE programming going forward. From the surprise main event featuring new WWE champion Drew McIntyre to the debuts and returns, the guys cover everything from a flat edition of what is normally one of the best Raw episodes of the year. Plus, a second-chance look at WrestleMania itself and your questions answered on Getting Over(time). Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
WWE's biggest show of the year, WrestleMania 36 has undergone a complete makeover in the weeks leading up to the event, and Getting Over is here to break down every facet of this unique edition of the Showcase of the Immortals.
With the Road to WrestleMania 36 nearing its end, Seth Rollins joins he show to discuss the last 12 months of his career. Plus, a look at Roman Reigns pulling out of WrestleMania 36 and what it means long term.
With the coronavirus pandemic continuing to wreak havoc around the globe, WWE made even more changes to its WrestleMania 36 plans, which will now be held over two nights at multiple sites with Rob Gronkowski as host. Adam Silverstein is joined by Chris Vannini to break down WWE's latest adjustments. The guys also discuss how AEW delivered with a tremendous empty-arena Dynamite that included the debuts of Matt Hardy and Brodie Lee. Plus, we head into Getting Overtime with The Silver King answering a half-dozen listener DMs. Follow Getting Over on Twitter @GettingOverCast.
Just moments after WWE SmackDown aired live in front of an empty arena at its Performance Center in Orlando, Adam Silverstein is here with instant analysis of one of the most surreal shows in WWE history.
With less than four weeks remaining before the Showcase of the Immortals, WWE appears to be detouring off the road and instead taking a lazy river to WrestleMania 36. A closer look at the lackluster build to WWE's biggest show of the year.
In the second half of the Getting Over pilot, host Adam Silverstein and co-host Dave Schilling take an in-depth look at where professional wrestling stands a couple months into 2020 on the Road to WrestleMania 36.