The episode where Bruno Sammartino, New Jack, two AJs, DVDs, and Miss Atlanta Lively come together! Episode 40
A rare triple play of Wizards call the owner of Beyond Wrestling and WSU, Drew Cordeiro. Call Time #4
The Wizards maybe rethink promoting TNA. And they definitely didn’t promote Raw. Episode 39
I have been wanting to write this blog for a long time. I just haven’t gotten around to doing it because I feared after writing it I may finally write myself off as a wrestling fan. I am 34 years old. My first memory of wrestling was watching Hulk Hogan wrestle on one of the old MSG shows. When my dad told me the Hulk was on, I thought he…
I admit it. I’ve been a fan of belt designs for as long as I can remember. I have vivid images of the early 80s WWWF gold belt with the green strap, an image familiar if you’ve ever seen the Iron Shiek and Hulk Hogan’s title victories.
The Wizards are back, with more guests, more singing, and more promos! Episode 33
The Wizards talk about their experiences with the ladies of wrestling. And other angry stuff happens. Episode 31
Drew Gulak joins Eddie and Tony to discuss his upcoming no rope barbed wire death match for CZW against his nemesis Danny Havoc. And they discuss cheesesteaks. Episode 29
So I just returned from my 1st ever Chikara Pro Live event. I’ll Be A Mummy’s Uncle was held in the Rahway Rec Center, and I had a blast. First off, this show was a 2pm bell time. Who doesn’t love an afternoon wrestling event? I got to see 3 hours of quality wrestling, and when it was all over, I still had the afternoon to enjoy the Mets beating…
A brief discussion of WWE and TNA leads to a trip in the time machine back to the feud of Mr. Wonderful Paul Orndorff and Hulk Hogan. Ah, memories. Episode 27
Sitting here exhausted today. Happy that there’s been huuuuuge increases in listenership the past two weeks. Still not happy that Cena was smiling like a goon when he slapped Brock Lesnar. Can’t have everything, I guess. Oh, and the Bellas gave notice. End of the month and end of the line. I’m very sad.
Two weeks ago, I made the decision to not watch the overrun on Raw anymore. I’d like to think that a corporation like WWE can figure out how to budget a show so it ends at a normal time, like 11:00.