It’s a Rated-R edition of Wrestle Talk Radio this week. Join Mase, Omega Tim Stein, Lindsey Ward and the producer Sir Rockin as they discuss all the events of the past week in professional wrestling. They discussed Mick Foley’s confrontation with CM Punk from this past week and ask what other Legends would be good to confront Punk as well, do the hosts see the CM Punk/Ryback stare down as anything substantial in the future, and the debut of WWE’s new show ‘WWE Main Event’ with Sheamus vs CM Punk as the highlight match, plus more news and notes.
We also got were joined by WWE Hall of Famer and former WWE and World Heavyweight Champion “The Rater R Superstar” Edge! In a nearly 30 minutes interview, he discussed his appearance on SyFy’s shot Haven and how he got into acting,, his impending neck surgery, transition from in-ring promo work to acting, being there for Christian’s World Title win, the iconic TLC match with the Hardy’s and the Dudley’s at Wrestlemania X-7, the memorable ‘Five Second Pose’ idea as well as who came up with the concept and several favorite poses, what it was like hugging Kane on Smackdown, his passion for arts and reading, would he consider comedy as a future avenue, his Hall of Fame induction and being the youngest inductee in the Hall, cutting his hair and the decision/reason to do so, the legacy of Edge and so much more.
We also talked about Jerry Lawler hoping to return in October/November full time to the WWE, the continuation of the Anger Buddies saga with the diner scenes, a discussion of WWE’s 50 Greatest Good Guys list and more! All this, plus WTR staples: the Roundtable, “Buy or Sell”, the Great Debate and Quick Hits and more on this week’s edition of Wrestle Talk Radio, brought to you in part by PWMania.com and TweakedAudio.com!
It’s your only reason to stay home on Saturday Night, it’s CB Radio! Your hosts Sir Rockin, Subway and Rob Parks (actually early for once) talk about the weird, wacky and unusual, including Fox News airing the car chase and suicide of the suspect live, Subway’s attempts to pick who won the Emmy awards (you KNOW this went well), The Rock in talks to play DC Comic’s bounty hunter Lobo in a film adaptation, all the remakes that are in the works by movie studios, played the “Guess the Beer Slogan” Game, talked about a Texas woman who shot her husband in order to protect her cat, a man who has vision issues after being caught ‘doing the deed’ with himself in public (guess everyone’s parents were right), a Colorado teenager who broke out of her handcuffs and stole the deputy’s car to lead police on a high-speed chase, women trying to sneak cocaine past airport security in their hair weaves, alcohol enemas being a new college craze (@ItsAThing), and so much more insanity. We are also yet ANOTHER week closer the historic 250th episode of CB Radio. You can visit the Official CB Radio website (CbRadio.Ewazone.com) for archives and the official countdown clock. All of this and more on Episode 247 of CB Radio, your ONLY excuse to be home on a Saturday Night, brought to you in part by PWMania.com and TweakedAudio.com!
On this week’s edition of The Rack, host Lindsey Ward and her producer Sir Rockin gave their opinions on all the big stories of the week in Pro Wrestling, including Justin Roberts having two separate run-ins with police this week and making it on WWE’s second favorite website (TMZ.com), Scott Steiner filing a counter-suit against TNA for their defamation suit, Hulk Hogan could be doing another reality show this time as a restaurant owner, WWE and Hulu joining together to broadcast content, Eddie and Vickie Guerrero’s daughter asking for her release and getting it from WWE Developmental, another WWE Developmental star “Buggy Nova” checking herself into rehab, and much more news and notes.
As with every week, The Rack is also your weekly home for immediate Impact Wrestling recaps and commentary. We talked about the show starting with “the Babe Ruth of Wrestling” GM Hulk Hogan, the vacating of the TV Title and the crowning of a new TV Champion, the announcement of a Street Fight to Bound for Glory between Roode and Storm with King Mo as Enforcer, the three-way match between Daniels, Angle and…. Oh yeah “Mr. Personality” Chavo Guerrero, the GUT-Check segment, the Aces & 8’s capturing Hogan and Sting and setting up a match for Bound for Glory, the main event tag match with Bound for Glory Heavyweight Championship competitors on the same team and much more.
We also had a spoiler-free preview of Smackdown, a look at the #AngerBuddies and where we see this all going and leading to, the return of the regular union referees in the NFL, asked “Did TNA drop the ball with Austin Aries’ Championship run?”, asked the question of the night, “What is possibly growing within Damien Sandow’s beard?” Plus, Rack staples: Tweet of the Week and the Weekly Vent. Check it all out on this week’s edition of The Rack, brought to you in part by PWMania.com
As confusing and controversial as the blown Monday Night Football call, it’s Just Another God Damn Rasslin Show. Hosts Jed Shaffer and Brian J. Blottie lead the cheap wood paneling of Mathew Sforcina, Ezenwa Anyawu, Lindsey Ward, John Gray and Mark “The Muppet” Bontomasi (Scott Barry was off campaigning, remember #BarryShaffer2012) in discussing all of this week’s leading topics in the world of pro wrestling and general sports. They discussed the blown call from the Monday Night Football game between Seattle and Green Bay and all the controversy about the replacement referees, finally got to Brian’s long awaited topic: when is the right age to hang up the boots and tights, especially in light of Lawler’s health scare, the exodus of Beth Phoenix from WWE and other females from WWE and across the other main wrestling organizations, the possible repercussions on the WWE and TV-PG rating by Linda McMahon possibly winning the Senate seat in Connecticut which somehow turned into the want for an animated version of WWE “Wacky Races” and a deep examination of the history of WWE’s TV-PG rating and the Attitude Era. All of this, JAGRS being on the campaign trail leading down the Road to the White House with #BarryShaffer2012 or #BS2012 and now also #GrayNFL2013, plus so much other craziness, brought to you by PWMania.com.
This week on the RAW Post Show, hosts Lindsey Ward, Sir Rockin, Mase and special guest Omega gave their opinions on all the craziness that makes up Monday Night RAW. They talked about the opening with CM Punk/Heyman/Brad Maddox (the referee from last week) and AJ Lee concluding with an odd proposal and AJ getting her spine back, the continuing adventures of #AngerBuddies and the RAW Active segment with the WWE Universe picking their team name (Team Hell No), the return to RAW of the Hardcore Legend Mick Foley and the back-and-forth EPIC promo with CM Punk, a Ryback match where the most notable thing was a fan running in and getting tackled by security, the first interview since his heart attack with Jerry Lawler, a new tag team was formed: the Rhodes Scholars (guess who they are), Ricardo Rodriguez actually being in in-ring competition, a Divas match (that’s all that can be said about that, a BIG (Show) return, and the finale with Cena and Punk that was a “lead-pipe” lock way to end RAW. All of this and more on this week’s edition of the RAW Post Show, brought to you in association with PWMania.com
It’s back to business as usual on this week’s edition Wrestle Talk Radio. Join Mase, Omega Tim Stein (it’s kind of like seeing Nessie or Bigfoot when he decides to finally show up), and the producer Sir Rockin as they discuss all the events of the past week in professional wrestling. They discussed what effect the John Cena injury and surgery will have on WWE programming and booking, looking at who (if anyone) could be elevated if Cena is out for Hell in a Cell and how can WWE really start to get people ready to be Main Event status, Beth Phoenix giving her notice to WWE and asking how much this effects WWE and their Diva division, Edge returning to WWE TV this past week and his segment with the Tag Champs, discussing the Anger Buddies storyline and how we would book the them finally going to Disneyland with special guest AJ Lee, the WWE’s Top 50 Tag Team list and all of the upheaval brought about by it, and analyzing the WWE fantasy rebooting classic factions like the Horsemen and the NWO. All this, plus WTR staples: the Roundtable, “Buy or Sell”, the Great Debate and Quick Hits and more on this week’s edition of Wrestle Talk Radio, brought to you in part by PWMania.com
In a special nostalgia trip, Mase looks back on his gaming past through the World of Warcraft. In this almost hour long rant session, Mase recalls what he went through with the game and the experiences, both good and bad, that he had along the way.
It’s your only reason to stay home on Saturday Night, it’s CB Radio! Your hosts Sir Rockin, Subway (when he wasn’t putting us on hold) and Rob Parks (when he wasn’t woking for 15 hours) talk about the weird, wacky and unusual, including Subway’s want for a WWE Fighthing style motion picture (cause they’ve all be so successful before), the many wives of the Undertaker, the WWE’s list of 50 Greatest Tag Teams and the fact we were all dumbfounded to realize LayCool was on it (number 34), the story undertaker stealing a purse from a woman only who died within the hour, a man who was given a 7-year sentence for going postal and driving his car through a KFC window plus damaging police cars for not being served a bucket of chicken even though they had been closed for 20 minutes, a woman who is suing an elementary school for a substitute teacher duct taping her son’s mouth shut, and a couple who got in trouble for trying to sell their neighbor’s dogs on Craigslist. We are also yet ANOTHER week closer the historic 250th episode of CB Radio. You can visit the Fancy Dancy Official CB Radio website (Cbradio.ewazone.com) for archives and official countdown clock. All of this and more on Episode 246 of CB Radio, your ONLY excuse to be home on a Saturday Night, brought to you in part 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 the big stories of the week in Pro Wrestling, including the recent elbow surgery done on John Cena this past Tuesday that will keep him out about 6-8 weeks and Cena’s ensuing Twitter rant against WWE, Matt Morgan’s return to TNA at house shows this weekend, and Randy Orton being caught flipping someone “the bird” and having the image posted on Twitter.
As with every week, The Rack is your weekly home for immediate Impact Wrestling recaps and commentary. We talked about all things Open Fight Night, including Shaq and Hogan opening the show with Shaq saying he had Hogan’s back (and then wasn’t seen from again), the two #1 contenders for the Tag Team Championships facing off with special appearance by the World Tag Team Champions of the World (not redundant), Aces & 8’s abducting everyone’s favorite lawyer Joseph Parks, the continuing fight between James Storm and Bobby Roode, and Austin Aries calling out Bully Ray with the surprise ending of the main event not many saw coming and much more.
We also had two breaking news items: John Cena told NXT audiences that he’d be back October 11th to compete and EDGE HAS A TWITTER NOW (@EdgeRatedR), a spoiler-free preview of Smackdown, asked “Has TNA blown it with James Storm”, “Is Linda McMahon’s political aspirations killing wrestling’s past” and “How would wrestling change with Instant Reply” plus, Rack staples: Tweet of the Week and the Weekly Vent. Check it all out on this week’s edition of The Rack, brought to you partially by PWMania.com
Batten down the hatches, get out ye rum, and lock up Davey Jones’ locker, its ‘Talk like a Pirate Day” on Just Another God Damn Rasslin Show. Yarrrr hosts Jed “Scurvy” Shaffer and Scott “Bootstraps” Barry lead ye cheap wood paneling of Mase-ew “Seadog” Sforcina, Ezenwa “Ahoy Matey“ Anyawu, Lindsey “Walk the Plank” Ward, Maaark “Blow the Man Down” Bontomasi and John “Jolly Roger” Gray in discussing all of the week’s leading topics in ye watery world of pro wrestling. They discussed “Mr. Belding” Dennis Haskins braving the treacherous waters of independent pro ‘rasslin, reviewing ye results for WTBE’s “Night of Champions” PPV, the winner of this week’s fantasy football challenge was Ezenwa (and his parrot) and his topic choices of “who is ye favorite X-Team in the comics” and “Would a Queen of Trios work, and would the King of Trios format work for WWE/TNA”, a discussion if the Scallywags Sforcina and Mase are truly the same person with a special guest appearance by a mysterious down-under swashbuckler, TNA continuing the live broadcasts and an examination of TNA’s recent successes, looking at whether it’s better to having the pirate gold of Championships for a long time but sputtering, or a short hot run with the company’s doubloons and if it EVER be ok for ye Championship Captain to not man the PPV wheel , and a reveal of the Tokyo Sport report of the fleets of WWE and All Japan Wrestling possibly coming together and forming an armada. Plus, we had breaking news from a message in a bottle: JED FINALLY GOT TWIT-Arrrrrrrr (I mean Twitter)!!! All of this, plus JAGRS continues to sail the high seas on the Good Ship #Barry/Shaffer2012 or #BS2012, and there be much other craziness, brought to you by PWMania.com, matey!