Sorry (again)

I was hoping to have a great conversation with my good pal Vicious Vin this evening. I was looking forward to us going back and forth for hours on end talking some wrestling. Unfortunately, my father in law, who has been fighting for the past three weeks to stay alive, died last night. While I was hopeful that I would have some time tonight to take my mind off things,…

Working on the next show and a special surprise

So Matt is most likely unavailable until Thursday. Eddie is away for the weekend. But fear not! I spoke to my dear, dear friend, Vicious Vin, and he has agreed to have a one on one with yours truly. We’re working it out for this Sunday night. While it won’t be a new episode proper, I do feel badly that we didn’t have a regular show last night. So long…

Great Timing, Life.

I understand a lot of people are interested in our take on the whole “Matt’s Review of PWS” thing and believe me, there’s much to talk about. Despite this, one of the reasons the theater episode aired a few weeks ago was because there were a few personal issues in my life that all happened to occur at the same time, two of which were very severe. And while one…

It’s a beautiful Wednesday in the ‘burbs

And I’m most disappointed that my son is going to daycare and NOT to the park with his dad, but some things have to get done today. But here’s some things that popped in the past 2 days that I need to keep fresh for the show this week. Vince is trying to convince us there’s real heat between the Rock and John Cena. Yeah. Paul Orndorff beat cancer. Although…

Tony’s Take on the PWS Supershow

I’m not going to be as harsh as my friends Matt and Eddie. I will say the first half of the show, Balls yakking all over ringside aside, was solid to awesome. The Zero Gravity match ruled the roost, and we saw a brain buster on the apron, it was sick. Tony Nese and Alex Reynolds put on an awesome match as well. Kevin Matthews and Eddie Kingston was a…

PWS Not So Super Show

I want to take this time to say I am sorry to Tony, Eddie, Kevin, Dave, and anyone else who took the trip to Rahway this past Friday to see the PWS Super Show. On paper it was a killer line-up. The Powers of Pain, Sami Callihan, Marty Jannetty, Colt Cabana, Jerry Lynn, Matt Hardy, Sid, Amazing Red, Balls Mahoney, AR Fox, Shockmaster, Abdullah The Butcher and “PrimeTime” Sam Roberts.