After trekking around New Jersey in a rainstorm the Wizards find their way to Studio A in time to talk about the Brothers of Destruction and the Deadly Game tournament for Survivor Series. Then they are joined on the hotline by legendary referee and TNA Hall of Famer Earl Hebner for some of his greatest moments, road stories, and more.
Your four favorite wrestling scamps are back together! There’s lots of your questions to be answered, including a few “who would you pick” hypotheticals. Plus, the boys throw back all the way to TNA’s Turning Point 2010, where the Dudleyz retired from wrestling and Jeff Hardy was the anti-Christ. Did we mention there are four new shirts on our Pro Wrestling Tees store?
Eddie returns to join Tony and Kevin in studio, and he brought a member of the Jackson 5, Justin Corino. After peeking into Hummer’s Box, the boys discuss they discuss the events of the past weekend, including Hell in a Cell and PWS. They answer your questions. Oh, and then it’s romance time with a call from JP Mayer that brings the house down.
Kevin and Tony return as the two-man group. They cover some news including Bad News Brown threatening Andre the Giant for using racial slurs, New Japan being approached by WWE for network content, and much, much more. Plus, your questions get answered! Um, sort of.
Kevin and Tony get together for a bit of stream of consciousness talk. They wonder what it will take to get certain talents over, how the divas revolution is pretty rotten, how bad Seth Rollins has looked, what is with the terrible booking of the TNA World Title and the future of the company, and so much more. Plus, your questions!
Tony embarks on a solo Sunday show. He gets the latest Twitter blockings from Giovanni, and spends some time talking to Kevin about the location of the mean streets of North Arlington and a couple of weddings.
The boys are BACK! Well, at least for a little bit. They cover Taz calling out Tom Brandi over gimmick infringement, some of the lowlights of Fastlane, the crutch of the pipebomb, the greatness of New Day, and the return of Kane. It’s like 1999 all over again!