It’s Wrestle Talk Radio! Join Mase, Tim Stein, Omega along with the producer Sir Rockin, as they recap everything that went down in the world of Professional Wrestling. We talked about Booker T being named the New Smackdown GM and what that possibly means for the Smackdown and its commentary table, CM Punk’s slow turn and if he truly is a heel after his actions and promo, who the hosts think the person to watch at the moment on WWE is, a review of the Top 25 WWE Grudges and the overall importance of the Lawler/Kaufman feed on the history of professional wrestling, the WWE’s 15 “High-Risk Finishers” list and ensuing debate that followed. We also had the WTR Host picks for next Sunday’s TNA HARDCore Justice and there were also 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 our sponsors Eyeblack.com and PWMania.com
It’s your only reason to be home on Saturday Night , it’s CB Radio! Your hosts Sir Rockin, Subway, and Rob Parks (on time, for once) talk about the weird, wacky and unusual, including the announcement that Ghostbusters 3 will occur without Bill Murray which led into a discussion of remakes and what is wrong with the film industry (including the Scream franchise continuing and even possibly on TV), the CW’s newest show: EXTREME Musical Chairs (that’s right, you read that right), Subway’s RedBox review of Piranha 3DD (and all its graphic nudity), Snoop Dogg changing his name to Snoop Lion AND recording a reggae album, a Chinese woman who used a sex doll to slow down traffic outside her house, a man who went over a cliff while texting, a Texas woman who assaulted her boyfriend with cooking grease and a stripper pole, and so much more irreverence. We are also now one week closer the historic 250th episode of CB Radio. All of this and more on Episode 239 of CB Radio, your ONLY excuse to be home on a Saturday Night, brought to you by Eyeblack.com and 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 the Undertaker’s death on Twitter, a new Smackdown GM being named, the incidents involving AW and Tensai’s public commentary, WWE losing over $500 Million in value, and WWE producing another horror film with, um, Brodus Clay?!? The Rack is also your weekly home for live, immediate Impact Wrestling recaps and commentary, including the hot start with Aries/King vs. Roode/Ion, the distrust of Storm by many in the locker room, Claire’s Baby Shower thrown by Kaz and Daniels and the reemergence of everyone’s favorite attorney, Joseph Park, Esq.! There were also the questions of the night: “Is it time to take the US Title of Santino” and “What one piece of wrestling memorabilia would you want”, analyzing how Charlie Sheen will be used within WWE and SummerSlam, how the Undertaker should retire and when they think it will happen, 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 by Eyeblack.com and in association with Pwmania.com
This week on Just Another God Damn Rasslin Show, we join AW, Lawler and Tensai in sensitive training, already in progress. Hosts Jed Shaffer and Brian J. Blottie lead the cheap wood paneling this week of Scott Barry, Mathew Sforcina, Neal Cathan, Ezenwa Anyawu and Lindsey Ward in taking the scenic route in discussing all the topics fit to talk about this week in pro wrestling because it was BYOT week (Bring Your Own Topic). They discussed the passing of Rita Lee (pioneer in the world of women’s wrestling), the situation involving Davey Richards and Team Ambition on the indy scene, which then lead into a debate about if someone’s personal reputation affects the view of their performance in-ring, who the hosts would put with themselves in the ultimate dream match, whether the WWE can revive and salvage their women’s division and finally the show goes straight off the rails talking about the Undertaker, plus so much more. All of this diatribe and politically correct thought (yeah, right) is brought to you by Eyeblack.com and in association with PWMania.com.
Someone call the fire department because the Raw Post Show is on Fire! Hosts Lindsey Ward, Mase and the producer Sir Rockin recapped everything that went down on this three-hour hot, hot, hot edition of Monday Night RAW. They discussed the RAW-tron fire (with many, many recaps of it), Punk’s opening promo on the announce desk which ultimately lead to the night’s main event (a #1 contender’s match), Bryan and Sheamus in a no-holds-barred street fight where falls count anywhere match (“voted on” by the fans), Lil Jimmy being punted by Bryan which led to his psych test thanks to AJ “payback is a bitch” Lee, so SO many replays and rehashes of earlier segments and last week’s show, and the main event which now leads to a triple threat match as SummerSlam for the WWE Title and the confrontation between Punk/AJ to wrap it all up. All of this and more on this week’s edition of the RAW Post Show, brought to you by Eyeblack.com and PWMania.com.
Light the torch and cue the strange opening ceremonies. But it’s not the Olympics, it’s Wrestle Talk Radio! Join Tim Stein, Mase, Omega & Lindsey along with the producer Sir Rockin, as they recap everything that went down and look forward to what will happen in the world of Professional Wrestling. We talked RAW 1000th episode and if WWE can sustain the large rating they garnered last week, everyone favorite moments from the show, and we even has a mini-Lindsey Rant amount the wrestling or “lack of” that went down according to other shows. We also talked about Punk’s “heel” turn at the end of RAW and what that means long term, the Ziggler/Jericho feud and who becomes the face, of the two, the hosts recast DX using today’s WWE Talent and Mase recaps his trip to THQ Australia to preview WWE 13. There were also 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 our sponsors Eyeblack.com & Pwmania.com
You never know what’ll happen on Saturday Night on CB Radio! Your hosts Sir Rockin, Subway, and Rob Parks talk about the weird, wacky and unusual, including images of Subway covered in blood and picturing him covered in sweat, what he’d do on ChatRoulette, and what surgery he would want for himself (Hint, he’d be like the alien girl from Total Recall except on his back). We also discussed what wrestlers would be best to compete in a certain Olympic sport, recapped a list of one-line jokes, talked about a boy getting his in the face with a bird while riding a roller coaster in New Jersey, a 72-year-old woman who was arrested for fraud by cashing benefit checks for her mummified boyfriend, a man who fell into a gorge while sneaking into a Nickleback performance, ice cream trucks being banning in Scottsdale (where all of the country’s heat emanates from), and a Chinese man who had his home invaded and his penis stolen from him (You heard right, his penis was stolen). There were also plans started for the 2016 CB Radio Olympics on WTR/CB Radio Island, the puzzling and brain cell killing entity that was “Mama Drama” and we officially start the countdown to the historic 250th episode of CB Radio. All of this and more on Episode 238 of CB Radio, your ONLY excuse to be home on a Saturday Night, brought to you by Eyeblack.com and 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 and all the breaking news, because it wouldn’t be Thursday without some breaking news. They discussed a pair of releases including a Diva (Kharma) and Knockout (Velvet Sky), The Great Khali and his recent serious surgery, Steve Austin’s reason for not being at RAW 1000, and Kevin Nash teasing a possible NWO reunion and the logistics of trying to pull that off. The Rack is also your home for immediate recap and analysis of TNA’s Impact Wrestling, including the Aces and 8’s return to the Impact Zone and their possible association with James Storm, this week’s Gut Check segment with Sam Shaw and the live voting by the judges, an X-Division title match which also continued the Roode/Aries interaction, the introduction of TNA’s newest star in Chavo Guerrero Jr. and so much more. They also discussed whether the WWE jumped the gun in announcing the Rock’s WWE Title shot for the Royal Rumble at RAW 1000, plus Rack staples: Tweet of the Week, Ask the Hosts, and the Weekly Vent. Check it all out on this week’s edition of The Rack, brought to you by Eyeblack.com and in association with Pwmania.com
They were also joined by a very special guest, TNA Superstar, former TNA X Division Champion and one half of the current TNA Knockout Tag Team Champions, “Showtime” Eric Young. In a nearly 20 minute interview, he discussed new show on Animal Planet, “Off the Hook: Extreme Catches” and all the fun that comes with doing a show involving himself and fishing, like how he got into fishing, wrestling a paddleboard fisher with blood in the water, what kind of pantyhose one should use to catch Sharkboy and how it is actually a good way to catch sharks, who he’s more afraid of: ODM or a shark, paddleboard fishing for sharks, talking with turtles and a host of other topics.
You can find Eric through is personal Twitter (@ShowtimeEY) or through TNA’s Twitter (@ImpactWrestling). “Off the Hook, Extreme Catches” gets a special pre-Shark Week promotional premiere on Discovery Channel Monday, July 30, at 9 PM (ET/PT), with a special repeat showing on Animal Planet the following Sunday at 9 PM (ET/PT). Animal Planet will premiere new episodes regularly beginning Sunday, August 19, at 9 PM (ET/PT). Go to www.animal.discovery.com for more information on the show and viewing schedules. He can also be seen weekly on TNA’s Impact Wrestling, 8 pm (ET/PT) on Spike TV. Go to www.impactwrestling or (@ImpactWrestling) on Twitter for more information.
This week on Just Another God Damn Rasslin Show, Jed Shaffer takes a vacation and the show spirals downward faster than Alex Riley’s push! Host Brian J. Blottie lead the cheap wood paneling this week of Scott Barry, Mathew Sforcina, Neal Cathan and newbie Brent Gambrell in discussing all the topics fit to talk about this week in pro wrestling. They discussed this past Monday’s 1000th Edition of RAW and their varying opinions including a Jed rant (live via satellite e-mail), whether in-show product placement detracts from the event, ask why the Rock deserves an immediate title shot upon his return and who they think he will/should ultimately face, and whether violating the ‘wrester code’ is grounds for losing a push and if the code is it’s even relevant in today’s wrestling culture. They also recapped how WWE finally closed some hanging storylines from the past (RAW’s Anonymous GM, Mae Young’s “Hand”) and asked what storylines they would they like to see a resolution to, which is when the show really went off the rails; we are looking at you Brian and your Sara Del Ray intro storyline! All this insanity (Please hurry back and save us Jed!) and so much more, brought to you by Eyeblack.com and in association with PWMania.com.
This week on the RAW Post Show, Sir Rockin, Lindsey Ward, Mase, and special guest the one and only Tim Stein discussed everything that happened on the historic 1000th episode of Monday Night RAW. We looked back all the highs and lows of the show and took a trip back in the time machine with both Current WWE Superstars and Legends from the past. We had a DX reunion, JR’s return to the table for a match, the GM announcement and making it official that THE inmate is running the asylum now, a parade of Legends and Heath Slater’s ghosts come back to haunt him all at once, The Rock returning (again) and setting up a Title match at Royal Rumble, the Brock/Triple H confrontation complete with Heyman and Momma Bear, and the WWE Title match with Cena making history, but what kind of history? All this and more on the historic RAW Post Show, brought to you by Eyeblack.com and in association with Pwmania.com