The boys are back together and they run the gamut of a week of WWE programming, starting with the greatness of NXT REvolution, the not so great TLC (and stairs, ugh), and Raw is Jobbing. Toss in some news and your calls, and it was a celebration of Hanukkah the Wizards way!
The boys spent this live episode dissecting the Art of Wrestling podcast episode featuring CM Punk, going in-depth about what was said, what was assumed that turned out to be true about the WWE, and what this has meant and will mean to the business. They also touched on Vince McMahon and whether he is out of touch, as well as the direction in which Triple H and Stephanie are taking the company.
The boys bring you some best-of moments to kick off their three year anniversary show, then it’s on to what they’re known for: some wrestling talk… and talk about wrestling. Lots of calls from fans and friends, and even more messages from our greatest supporters. And for some reason, Matt continues to get shit on.
The Bad Apple Matt Macintosh joins the boys in studio. They disucss his work with Sanctuary, PWS, ECPW. They also talk some current WWE, TNA, and a little Lucha Underground, and some other tomfoolery happens.
The Juicy Product, David Starr and JT Dunn, and Kali Fine Feline, joined us in studio for a live broadcast. There was some CZW and Beyond talk, stories of sharting, and plenty of other tomfoolery. And the boys learned the dangers of the WSU Tag Team belts, too.
Dave D-Struction joins the Wizards in studio. The show is crashed by surprise guest Drew Gulak. After Tony gets his t-shirt, the guys talk PWS, CZW, Beyond, Global Force, and tons more. Drew apparently loves Ken Shamrock and Dave is a Shawn Michaels fan. There’s lots of singing and music, and we took phone calls. Kevin finally speaks to his love, Joanie Laurer. The guys pick their favorite Survivor Series teams. There’s even talk about Drew’s short-lived MTV show and Dave’s new job at SiriusXM.
After some Hell in a Cell and RAW talk, and some Impact highlights, the boys talk to the one and only Stevie Ray. The discussion of his tag team with his brother Booker T includes his thoughts on Bunkhouse Buck and Dick Slater, the names Kane and Kole, what it was like working in racist environments, and the infamous interview from Spring Stampede. Don’t miss this episode!
While it is a sad day in the land of the Wizards, Tony gets to speak one-on-one with Rhino about his career and his upcoming appearance for Smash Wrestling. The boys are later joined in studio by the “Prince of Aesthetics” Damian Gibbs. There’s lots of great talk about wrestling, and some other silly talk as well.