This week on Wrestle Talk Radio, hosts Spug, Omega & Nick covered the latest news in the world of WWE. Some of the topics on the program included, the World Heavyweight Championship Title Picture, JBL investing in OVW and what his “Historic” Moment at Wrestlemania is going to be, A Hall of Fame Discussion, including whether or not Chris Benoit should be inducted in to the WWE Hall of Fame. So check out this week’s edition of Wrestle Talk Radio with Spug, Omega & Nick.
This Past Saturday Night, Cigarette Butts & Bandanas went on the air to talk about the latest & greatest in random bs. This week on the program William McConnell & Sir Rockin were joined by guests William Steele & Subway. Some of the topics covered were a bunch of movies & comic books, including Watchmen, GI Joe, X-Men & More. So join in all the action for this week’s edition of Cigarette Butts & Bandanas.
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In this episode of The Screening Room Max and Greg take a phone call from a mutual friend Austin, who gives them the low down on his musical project and enlightens the woefully unknowledgeable Greg. Max concludes his tale of red pot, and oh yeah, Watchmen. Delving into spoiler laden discussion, Greg and Max review Watchmen and argue its merits. The Screening Room is best served hot with a side of Salsa, so don’t let this one cool off before consumption.
On this week’s episode of Joe Burgett’s The Wrestling Report we had a call-in night. Also we had big news on Batista, who may win the Money in the Bank match, and the WWE Draft. The Callers asked questions and we answered all of them — from possible names getting drafted to who Hulk Hogan will face at Wrestlemania 25. And I even hinted who Chris Jericho will face at Mania. Listen in to get the hint. All in all it was another great show this week on Joe Burgett’s The Wrestling Report. Don’t miss it.
This week’s edition of Otaku Talk Live had an old school feel to it, as Spug & Omega were at the helm, bringing to you all the latest in geek news. Tonights Main Topic was failures in geekdom, from movies to video games, the duo broke down all the failures. Also as always, Spug & Omega delivered the latest update on Red vs Blue Series. So check out this edition of Otaku Talk Live with Spug & Omega.
This week Greg and Max delved into the last 10 years of the Star Wars franchise. They spend most of their time picking apart the prequel movies but also find time to praise some good games and a cartoon. Also, the saga of Max’s pot begins. Stay tuned to find out what happens!
This past Saturday Night, Big Daddy Ace & Sir Rockin were joined by a very special guest, Subway, who told a few tales from his days on the independent scene. Plus Big Daddy Ace gave us his usual rant, this week on how you should never believe what you read on myspace. Then Sir Rockin was joined by Lone “McJobby” Jobber and the two put on a “Shilling” Performance. So check out the latest edition of Cigarette Butts & Bandanas.
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This past week on Joe Burgett’s The Wrestling Report, we discussed what was going on this week in the WWE and TNA. From the breaking news on Jeff Jarrett losing his locker room’s faith to others losing their job. It was an exciting week that not many will ever forget. We may have had technical problems this week, but we were still better than most other shows out there! As always, we hope you enjoy this week’s show, and don’t forget to drop by the chat, visit us on MySpace, and stay tuned for the next exciting installment of Joe Burgett’s The Wrestling Report on the WTR Network, brought to you by www.clickwrestle.com!
This week on The Screening Room, Greg and Max cover Super Smash Bros!. For their first episode focused on a video game they discuss the merits of each entry in the series and discuss some flaws of the most recent game. They also play several rounds live on the air and generally have a good time despite some technical (and beverage) difficulties. Greg also announces some more listener involvement opportunities. Don’t miss the debates, the laughs and the cries of despair in this episode of The Screening Room!