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PWP Radio: SmackDown Live was better than reaction to it

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Chris Schubert and Jaime Eisner break down the first edition of the newly brand-split SmackDown Live. The show in and of itself was above average, but the reaction to it was poor because it failed to live up to the previous night’s Raw. The duo also talk NXT and TNA.

Pro Wrestling Powwow is your destination for the latest pro wrestling news and analysis. Chris Schubert and Jaime Eisner delve into WWE Raw every Tuesday and NXT, TNA and more every Thursday. If there is buzz about it in the wrestling world, Chris and Jaime will discuss it on PWP. Part goofy, part serious, Chris and Jaime break down everything from the big events to the minor details of professional wrestling as both fans and analysts. 

Chris is a graduate of Arizona State University, where he majored in Journalism and Mass Communication. He’s covered spring training, the Super Bowl, WWE and the MLB for a variety of websites. Jaime is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. He is a director of content and growth for FanRag Sports. Jaime has written for MLB.com, Arizona Sports, KTAR, SB Nation and Arcadia News.

Intro music: 1,000 Ways To Die by Dish Pit off the album The Willing Presents Dish Pit (from Free Music Archive)

PWP Radio: SmackDown Live was better than reaction to it

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