The Intercontinental Breakfast | An Irish Wrestling Podcast

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This week, in our debut episode on 24Wrestling.com, Breffni and Nathan face the music and talk at length about the issues inherent on WWE television, from the supremacy of the brand over the stars who build it, to the copy/paste story tropes, to the lack of freedom and organic development of their characters, whilst also taking a look at AEW's UK PPV deal with ITV, and what this could potentially mean for their upcoming TV deal and future mainstream audience potential.

The Intercontinental Breakfast | An Irish Wrestling Podcast is available on 24Wrestling.com, Transistor.fm, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and wherever good podcasts are sold. Be sure to follow us on social media via Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, and check out new episodes every Friday morning from 7am GMT.

This week, in our debut episode on 24Wrestling.com, Breffni and Nathan face the music and talk at length about the issues inherent on WWE television, from the supremacy of the brand over the stars who build it, to the copy/paste story tropes, to the lack of freedom and organic development of their characters, whilst also taking a look at AEW's UK PPV deal with ITV, and what this could potentially mean for their upcoming TV deal and future mainstream audience potential. 

The Intercontinental Breakfast | An Irish Wrestling Podcast is available on 24Wrestling.com, Transistor.fm, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and wherever good podcasts are sold. Be sure to follow us on social media via Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, and check out new episodes every Friday morning from 7am GMT.

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What is The Intercontinental Breakfast | An Irish Wrestling Podcast?

News, analysis, interviews, and more from the world of professional wrestling, hosted by Breffni O'Sullivan and Nathan Charlesworth.