Exclusive: Theme Revealed for Next Episode of ‘The WWE List’ on WWE Network

July 28, 2015 by Jon Potter

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For those who keep track of our WWE Network Schedule, you’ll be well aware that today’s episode of The WWE List is titled “The Other Guy”, which focuses on forgotten halves of tag teams.

It’s time to pay homage to the Superstars that never really got the credit they deserved during their time in WWE’s Tag Team division.

However, you won’t yet know WWE’s plans for next week’s show. WrestlingDVDNetwork.com can exclusively reveal the planned theme and thumbnail for next week’s episode, below:

The WWE List - Mechanical Mayhem

Episode 8: Mechanical Mayhem

The synopsis for this new episode reads as follows:

We’re taking this episode to the streets as we pay respect to some of the best vehicular moments in WWE history.

The thumbnail and synopsis are both self-explanatory, but we’d call it a pretty safe bet that we’ll see a rundown of the “who ran over Stone Cold?” saga and maybe a fair bit of WCW mocking on top. Can’t miss those opportunities, right?

“Mechanical Mayhem” is scheduled for the WWE Network one week today on August 4th.


WWE - Stone Cold Podcast Logo

The Stone Cold Podcast has certainly had a flaky history. Initially debuting with Vince McMahon, then Triple H a few months later, and a reported falling out leading to Chris Jericho starting his own WWE Network show. After a few editions that were successful, though not as successful as Austin’s, it was announced that the Stone Cold podcast would return in a monthly format. The first guest was Paul Heyman and future guests advertised included Hulk Hogan, Sting, and The Undertaker.

As it turns out, the monthly theme didn’t exactly pan out. About two months after the previous edition, the Stone Cold Podcast will return next Monday (August 3rd) after RAW. It seems reasonable to believe this one would have had Hulk Hogan to push Tough Enough further, but due to recent events that of course isn’t happening. The guest for this edition is a surprising choice.

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Paige will be the first ever Diva live on the Stone Cold Podcast. At first this may surprise people, but there is definitely thought behind this decision. With the “Diva’s Revolution” taking place, giving a popular female talent such an important role is huge. In many ways it helps legitimize the new focus on the division. Add in that she’s a judge on Tough Enough, a cast member of Total Divas, and in general one of the bigger female stars and her spot isn’t as out of place as it may seem.

 
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2 Comments left on this article...

Reply to Daniel Bee

 

  1. Jay says:

    nice ‘guess’ work but this isn’t airing!!

    • Daniel Bee says:

      It’s hardly guess work if there was a thumbnail created by WWE and this detailed info above on a schedule.

      It was obviously replaced at some point and you never know, it could be because of Hulk Hogan being in its content (now we’re in guess work).

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