Episode 34 comes at you this week with Chad & Keila discussing a variety of interesting topics. The highlights and lowlights from RAW were dissected with Keila bashing the unfunny "Old Day" segment and the company's continued insistence on casting Gallows & Anderson in a comedic role. Chad continued to explain why Bayley is off to a bad start creatively and the money in that character is in the chase and not the big wins. Tension amongst the figurehead leaders of the RAW brand was also a hot topic with a variety of ways WWE can go creatively with the characters involved in the future. The Universal Title picture was also examined with a variety of contenders emerging to challenge Kevin Owens. The release of Alberto Del Rio is also talked about along with the rumored departure of his girlfriend, Paige. On the Smackdown side, the Usos heel turn and attack on American Alpha was discussed as that act of betrayal had an immediate impact on the Smackdown Tag Team Title Tournament. Chad also shares his thoughts on the women's segment from the show this week and the future of that division for the blue brand. Keila again warns Dean Ambrose that Backlash is his chance to prove himself as "the" guy by having a classic match with AJ Styles. Talk turned to TNA as the sequel to The Final Deletion, known as Delete or Decay, has the wrestling world buzzing. Can the broken brilliance of Matt hardy and his cast of characters save TNA? The Season 3 premiere of Lucha Underground is also mentioned with both hosts expecting a lot from the promotion this season. PWG's annual Battle of Los Angeles was recapped with the UK's Marty Scurll coming out the winner. He is headed to ROH along with another competitor from the BOLA tournament, Cody R(hodes). Cody will be working for both TNA and ROH simultaneously which is a first and perhaps a landmark move that might set a precedent for the future. There's also an exciting announcement from our show sponsor, Heroes & Legends, on the show that will have women's wrestling fans all worked up! As always, there's tons of sweet southern charm and intelligent wrestling discussion to fill your ear holes on this week's edition of Pro Wrestling Weekly!