On this week’s edition of The Rack, host Lindsey Ward, her producer Sir Rockin, Mase and even the “Fill-in Canadian” Omega in a once-in-a-lifetime Rack appearance, gave their opinions on all the big stories in the world of Pro Wrestling, including a Funkadactyl became a Drunk-adactyl and all the craziness that ensued, Devon leaving TNA after his contract runs out and possibly Bully Ray following soon after, Ric Flair getting divorced AGAIN (insert shocked face), Floyd “Money” Mayweather possibly appearing at Wrestlemania 29 in New Jersey, Michelle McRibs laid her egg this past week and now the Undertaker has a new daughter, plus more news and notes.
As with every week, The Rack is your exclusive, weekly home for immediate Impact Wrestling recap and commentary. We talked about Austin Aries selling his hand injury and trying to seek revenge on the Aces & 8’s, ODB wanting the chicken, beer and lovin’ from EY that she is owed for the past two months, the Bound for Glory Series coming close to its not-as-confusing finale, the Knockouts “match” that lead to the show-stealing moment of the night, the World Tag Team Champions of the World and their entertaining exchange with Hogan and Sting, the Gut Check results with a unanimous NO and the hosts agreeing that Gut Check needs a revamping Now, an appearance by everyone favorite Chicago lawyer, the show-ending brawl between TNA and the Aces & 8’s and so much more TNA goodness. We also had a gripe from Rock about No Surrender and the lack of build-up/matches announced for the PPV next Sunday!
We also had a preview of the upcoming Smackdown show, an examination of the Kane/AJ/Daniel Bryan Anger Management storyline, a look ahead to the NFL Season starting Wednesday with everyone giving their postseason picks, a listener-submitted fantasy booking of Team Hunter vs Team Brock at Survivor Series with the hosts giving their opinions, as well as our question of the night: “Who is the best heel in wrestling today” with quite a variety in responses. Plus, the Rack staples: Tweet of the Week, listener submitted questions, and the Weekly Vent. Check it all out on this week’s edition of The Rack, brought to you by and simulcast on Pwmania.com
We’re Wild Talk Radio and we approve this week’s edition of Just Another God Damn Rasslin Show. Host Jed Shaffer lead the cheap wood paneling of Scott Barry, Mathew Sforcina and Mark Bontomasi in discussingall the randomness in the world of pro wrestling. They discussed the DUI arrest of the Funkadactyl Cameron for being too funky drunky (quack quack),while also trying to bribe the officer and giving them a fake place of employment, which led to a discussion about if she will be released, if it could have been worse, and relating the current environment of women’s wrestling to strippers. They also discussed Chris Jericho’s most recent comeback to the WWE and if he should even come back again and for whom (WWE or TNA), the new WWE Saturday Morning Slam show and their “no head and neck moves” rule, which transitioned into reminiscing about the fun of MTV Rock N’ Jock shows and the absurdity of Power Rangers, Teen Mom and what moves CAN be used on the show (move 15: Armdrag into an Armbar). All this lead to Scott Barry introducing his platform for presidency including his views on the youth movement, the state of children todat and his suggestion for population control. Remember, #BarryShaffer2012 We also examined the rehashing of ECW through new documentaries and the starting of rival companies by Dreamer and Douglas and thus a debate if all this tarnishes the legacy with ECW and if people should just let it finally die. All of this, plus so much more, all brought to you by PWMania.com
This week on the RAW Post Show, hosts Lindsey Ward, Mase and the producer Sir Rockin gave their insights and critiques of Monday Night RAW. They talked about the opening segment between Jerry Lawler and CM Punk, the absolute 10-car pile up that was the Jack Swagger vs Ryback match, hell officially freezing over because John Cena was only the first hour main event, the show-stealing segments involving the Devil’s Favorite Demon in anger management therapy with Daniel Bryan and his stellar work on commentary, Triple H’s wavering decision about retirement which lead to a Special Commentary by Mase, and Punk channeling the late Andy Kaufman in his main event cage match and promos with Lawler. We also got some special news from Mase, who gets to meet Mr. Best in the World himself this Saturday. All of this and more on this week’s edition of the RAW Post Show, brought to you in association with PWMania.com.
Batten down the hatches and get your emergency supplies ready, it’s Wrestle Talk Radio! Join Mase, Lindsey Ward, Tim Stein (running on Canadian time) along with the producer Sir Rockin, as they try and stay high and dry and Hurricane-free, and we don’t mean Shane Helms We talked about if this was truly the end of Triple H’s career (of course not), Jericho leaving to be with Fozzy again and if he left the right way, honored our childhood through paying tribute to Jerry Nelson (The Count, Snuffleupagus, Lew Zealand, Statler, Carmella the Chicken), discussed if CM Punk was truly earning respect through his actions and if Cena really needs the belt and if the tag division can be credible along with who the last credible WWE tag team was. We also asked “Has Sheamus’ title reign been a let down”, looked at the PWI 500 rankings (especially the Top 5 and who was over/underrated), plus WTR staples: the Roundtable, “Buy or Sell”, the Great Debate and Quick Hits. All of this and more on this week’s edition of Wrestle Talk Radio, brought to you by PWMania.com
On this week’s edition of The Rack, host Lindsey Ward, her producer Sir Rockin and special guest Mase gave their opinions on all the big stories of the week in Pro Wrestling, including Daffney being in an accident and losing several of her personal possessions (but is herself, safe), Tyler Reks walking away from WWE to be with his family, Rey Mysterio getting a concussion (surprise) from the Miz, Dolph Ziggler and his prowess in bed as told by an ex-girlfriend that Reks was able to win back by visiting http://www.go-binder.com/ and learning some tips to win her back, a rundown of WWE 13’s roster reveal, and a update on Beth Phoenix, her whereabouts and we here at the Wild Talk Radio Network pass along our condolences to her and her family, plus more news and notes.
As with every week, The Rack is your exclusive, weekly home for immediate Impact Wrestling recap and commentary. We talked about the Aces and 8’s making their presence known and the TNA “victims” fighting back, Taryn Terrell reappearing as Knockouts ref (but not a care was given by the crowd), the resolution of the Claire Lynch storyline without Jerry Springer or Maury Povich, the sob story Gut Check segment (again, not a care given) and the final segment of the night where all hell breaks loose between Aces and 8’s and TNA Wrestling which ultimately ended with Aries getting destroyed by the Aces and 8’s and suffering injury.
We also had a pseudo-recap of SummerSlam and had a spoiler-free preview of Smackdown, talked about who’s “return” was better: Brock or Jericho, two special call-ins from Phantom and Omega, as well as our somewhat controversial question of the night: “Is Eddie Guerrero’s career overglorified due to his early death” with a much varied pool of responses. Plus, the Rack staples: Tweet of the Week, listener submitted questions, and the Weekly Vent. Check it all out on this week’s edition of The Rack, brought to you in part by Pwmania.com
This week, on a special culturally-sensitive edition of Just Another God Damn Rasslin Show, hosts Jed Shaffer and Brian J. Blottie lead the cheap wood paneling of Scott Barry, Mathew Sforcina, and Ezenwa Anyawu in discussing all of this week’s leading topics in pro wrestling world, with the racial understanding of WWE doing a video game character render. They discussed the roster reveal of WWE 13 and the ensuing fallout from the internet (with all the complaints about the number of Triple H clones, Foley incarnations and enough wrestler duplicates to fill an entire football roster but STILL no Usos or Diva’s Champion) which ultimately lead to a reminiscing session about the best wrestling engine and the utter horridness of participating in online gaming, a review of WTBE’s (patent pending) SummerFest with special contributions from Lindsey Ward and a rundown of panel picks, debating what would be better: a solid shows but unspectacular or a bad show with one to two epic matches, the constant improvement of TNA as a product but the lack of press they are getting, a look at if a reduction in PPVs in general will improve pro wrestling’s product and what number would be ideal, what the greatest promo video ever produced was, plus so much other craziness, all brought to you by PWMania.com
This week on the RAW Post Show, hosts Lindsey Ward, Mase and the producer Sir Rockin realized just when you think RAW and WWE booking as a whole couldn’t get worse, there’s the Post-SummerSlam edition of Monday Night RAW. They talked about the show-long memorial for Triple H (or at least his career) complete with Shawn Michaels’ eulogy, Brock proclaiming himself ‘King of WWE’ after his victory at SummerSlam and then promptly quitting via Tout, RAW’s complete blatant disregard for logical content throughout the show as a whole, a new #1 Diva’s Title contender, a new WWE Title contender and beatdown of Jerry Lawler, someone getting a contract terminated and much more illogical nonsense. This was also the show that finally pushed Mase over the edge and brought us a passionate, intense and long-time-coming Mase Rant! All of this and more on this week’s edition of the RAW Post Show.
Grab your umbrellas as it’s the “perfect storm” of meh on the SummerSlam edition of Wrestle Talk Radio! Join Mase, Tim Stein, Omega, Lindsey Ward, along with the producer Sir Rockin, as they try and stay positive and recap everything that went down at tonight’s mediocre PPV, WWE SummerSlam! We talked about the lack of anything overwhelming… heck ANYTHING even whelming involved with this event, the pre-show Title change (but not a care was given by all), Punk’s Title retention to the blessing of many of the hosts, the baffling ending to many of the matches, and the Main Event which summed up the whole night: the massive disappointment felt by all. There were also the recap of the Host/Listener Pick’em contest (congrats Rock and Tommy), the questions of the night: “Which means less: the US or Intercontinental Title” and “What was everyone’s favorite SummerSlam match/moment” (in honor of the 25th SummerSlam event), plus WTR staples: the Roundtable, “Buy or Sell”, the Great Debate and Quick Hits. All of this and much more on this week’s edition of Wrestle Talk Radio.
It’s your only reason to be home on Saturday Night , it’s CB Radio! Your hosts Sir Rockin (running solo for a while) and Rob Parks (fresh off his late shift at work) talk about the weird, wacky and unusual, including more hockey talk with the chat room and the potential for a NHL lockout, talked about WWE 13 and a recap of the fully released roster, had Rob’s SummerSlam picks which we know will finally earn us enough for WTR/CB Radio Island, had an audio clip about a Cam Girl going nuts on her viewers, a man who broke into someone’s home (and was found in his underwear, licking a remote, and waiting for his chicken pot pie to finish cooking), a Florida man who was arrested with a name that you simply HAVE to hear to believe, someone who accidentally shot himself in the buttock at a screening of the Bourne Legacy, a man who was busted in Arizona trying to shack up with a dog through a Craigslist ad which then lead to Rock/Rob cruising Craigslist to see what else is there, and much more lunacy. We are also now another week closer the historic 250th episode of CB Radio. All of this and more on Episode 241 of CB Radio, your ONLY excuse to be home on a Saturday Night.