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.
The boys welcome comedian Adam Lucidi on 4th mic and talk about fast food service and t-shirts. Then they talk to Uhaa Nation about all things wrestling and Japanese culture. Matt continues to call out Bobby Lashley, Tony tells a story about his fast-food friend, and Kevin tries to find a nemesis. A little talk about Raw and TNA peppered in for good measure, and an awesome show awaits you! Plus your calls!
The boys return after a great weekend with Legends of the Ring and PWS All Fired Up. Unfortunately, this is followed up with talk ot Night of Champions and Raw with a little TNA. It’s a sing-a-long and a Great Adventure with stories of vomit and dinner interruptions!
The boys are back, and unexpectedly joined by Kathy Hummer in studio. After some TNA and ROH talk they are joined by independent superstar “One Man” Mike Dell. They discuss his career from his start in ECPW to Wildkat Sports, as well as his appearance on the Broken Skull Challenge and his love for Elijah Burke. The show ends with some rights and most wrongs of Raw and WWE in general.
The boys discuss Jake Roberts and his health scare, talk about things happening on RAW, and listen to some of the past wrestling experiences of WWE Hall of Famer Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat. It’s a can’t-miss episode!