The Goldbergs is a family sitcom set in the 80’s whose premise ran its course about two seasons in. And if you’re thinking a show called The Goldbergs should’ve had an episode that features Bill Goldberg, they did do that already, and about 10 other times. Like Goldberg himself, it didn’t seem to concern itself much with actual professional wrestling. But this particular episode is dedicated to professional wrestlers. Especially those who have wrestled at WrestleMania.
“Who’s the Champ?, Miss Mon, Gopher’s Delusion”
Season 9, Episode 13
The Love Boat followed Captain Stubing and his crew aboard the MS Pacific Princess cruise ship and included a revolving cast of passengers played by different guest celebrities/actors. This particular episode featured
Chris Jericho Hulk Hogan’s Rock ‘N’ Wrestling Rager at Sea.
Season 2, Episode 4
In Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, Star Trek: The Next Generation’s William Riker presents dramatizations of stories that are beyond our comprehension, yet challenge us to determine whether they’re real or fake. Can you name a better topic for this discussion than professional wrestling?
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Season 4, Episode 3
Room 104 is an anthology series, similar to The Twilight Zone or Black Mirror, and is on whatever variation of HBO is currently streaming right now. Every episode is a different story that takes place in hotel room 104. This particular episode is the spiritual successor to the 2008 movie, The Wrestler.
Here’s a list of Saturday morning cartoons turned wrestling-themed comic book covers. Continue reading “Wrestling Comic Book Covers – Children’s Comics”
Season 3, Episode 5
Netflix’s Love was a great anti-romantic comedy series made even better by having their own wrestling episode.
Here are the top ten wrestling episodes you can stream on Hulu right now, as of today, March 20, 2018.
“Men in Tights”
Season 4, Episode 2
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“Pain King vs. Cleopatra”
Season 1, Episode 12
At the beginning of February, the Disney Channel announced that they were going to do a live-action movie based on the Kim Possible cartoon. In a tweet prompting their fans to drop suggestions as to who should play the titular character, WWE’s Becky Lynch decided to nominate herself. After seeing this episode, it’s obvious the live-action Kim would definitely need to know her way around the ring. And have orange hair.