VIP: 50 audio shows, features, more!

If you have yet to become a member of the all new VIP area, then take a listen to what you missed over the last two weeks during our big launch and sign up this weekend to get all caught up!

VIP members have been provided with this content since May 1:

* A full audio review of Sunday’s WWE Judgment Day PPV.

* 18 “WrestleView Wake Up Call” audio updates by’s Editor in Chief Adam Martin posted every morning.

* An archive of the May 4, May 7, May 11, May 14, May 18 and May 21 editions of “Wrestling News Live” along with a full archive of every edition of WNL from May 2008 to present day.

* The first four editions of “The Dawg House” with Wrestling News Live host the Trey Dawg with a free-for-all format featuring listener calls and emails.

* The first three editions of “The Bootlegs and B-Sides Show” with WrestleView’s Managing Editor Hunter Golden looking at various wrestling topics of the week plus, an interview with World Class Championship Wrestling’s Mickey Grant!

* The first three editions of “Rising Sun Radio” with’s Managing Editor Hunter Golden providing the latest updates from the world of Japanese wrestling.

* The first edition of the “WrestleView Spotlight” featuring an interview conducted by “Wrestling News Live” host the Trey Dawg with former TNA and WWE star Chris Harris (aka Braden Walker) talking about his jump from TNA to WWE, what went wrong during his time with WWE, why he is starting over and more!

* The first edition of the “WrestleView Conference Call” hosted by’s Editor in Chief Adam Martin with special guests Steve Gerweck of and JJ Sexay – host of Sunday Night Showdown discussing a variety of wrestling topics including Taz leaving WWE for a possible run in TNA, the drama between John Cena and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, the war of words between Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels, Christian’s return to WWE and winning the ECW Championship, viewership numbers for TNA Impact increasing, Bobby Lashley signing with TNA and the topic of the call: if WrestleMania 25 ended up as one of the weaker WrestleMania’s in WWE history.

* The first three editions of the “Friday Fishbowl” with Adam Martin and Hunter Golden answering random wrestling questions.

* Parts 1, 2 and 3 of the Trey Dawg’s review of the new TNA “Jeff Jarrett: King of the Mountain” DVD.

* The May 3, May 10 and May 17 editions of the “Pro Wrestling Rewind” on ESPN Radio 1400 hosted by “The Power” Andy Knowles featuring special guests Adam Martin of, JJ Sexay of Sunday Night Showdown and Harmony Jackson of Sunday Night Showdown. Archives of the “Pro Wrestling Rewind” from May 2008 to present day have also been uploaded!

* The first three editions of “Divas On Demand” hosted by “The Power” Andy Knowles of the “Pro Wrestling Rewind” running down the latest in women’s wrestling.

* Parts 1, 2 and 3 of Hunter Golden’s weekly feature exploring the career of Tully Blanchard which will culminate with an interview with Blanchard himself!

* An in-depth review of the 2009 WWE Backlash PPV by’s Managing Editor Hunter Golden.

* The first three editions of the “WrestleREview” where Hunter Golden and Adam Martin review matches. This includes the May 5 edition featuring a review of three CMLL in celebration for Cinco De Mayo, the May 12 edition looking at John Cena vs. RVD from ECW One Night Stand 2006, Roddy Piper vs. Adrian Adonis from WrestleMania 3 and Diamond Dallas Page vs. Scott Steiner from WCW Greed 2001 and the May 21 edition looking at Curt Hennig vs. Buddy Rose, Owen Hart vs. Bad News Allen and Rey Mysterio vs. Shelton Benjamin!

* The first “PPV Snapshot” with Adam Martin looking back at last year’s WWE Judgment Day 2008 PPV.

Plus, even more weekly content to come starting today with a new “WrestleView Wake Up Call” getting you caught up on the weekend wrestling headlines and a new “Friday Fishbowl” featuring debate topics sent in by VIP members!

All of this content is now available for four simple pricing plans at one year, six months, three months or monthly payments!

Bonus pricing offer: Not wanting to pay yearly, six month or three month pricing payments up front? We are now accepting monthly payments at $4.99 for all three pricing options along with recurring payments for those who wish to remain month-to-month.

Check out our weekly schedule and sign up now: CLICK HERE.

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