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This week on BWF Radio, Doc Knight of Original Stampede Wrestling returns to BoredWrestlingFan to give us a status update on the promotion, and to answer some frequently asked questions regarding OSW, his health, and other topics as relates to Calgary pro wrestling and pro wrestling in general. Jorge leaves early to see Iron Man 3, and Brian tells him it’s not that great. Rytman wonders whether he’s tuned into a German porn video as things are constantly “shit on.” In the news we hear about Paul London and Dolph Ziggler’s concussions, Jay Briscoe’s anti-gay twitter remarks, and Hulk Hogan’s lawsuits. We also get a status update on Saturday Morning Slam. Don’t miss the reaction when we find out that Michael Cole is going to climb Mt. Whitney with JBL. All this, and much more! Tune in!
This week’s break song was “Sin and Bones” by Fozzy. Buy it here.
It’s that time of the week again for the radio to tell you everything it knows. Joe, Jorge, G, and JT are joined by a pair of Brians this week – frequent guest Brian Muller, and occasional guest Mr. Brian DeVille. Mr. DeVille dropped in to promote ESW BrawlFest in Lockport, NY next Friday, featuring special guests The Hurricane, Goldust, and Michael Elgin. Wrestling television was discussed, ideas were thrown around about who Kaitilyn’s secret admirer could be, and we even spoil an upcoming episode of NXT for you!
In the news, we get conflicting reports of when CM Punk may return. Jim Ross tweets his opinion on a women’s wrestling organization’s chances of making it on a national level. Yahoo decides they want to get into the wrestling game, with thoughts on The Rock, and a new deal with WWE. We reveal who the first inductee into the 2014 class of the WWE Hall of Fame will most likely be. We hear from G how the Rogers purchase of The Score in Canada may affect the WWE. We have a good laugh at statements from Alberto Del Rio and Bully Ray, are dumbfounded by the happenings at a recent TNA house show, and much, much more! Tune in!
This week’s break song was “Anthem” by Rush, as covered by Anthrax. Buy it here![caption id="" align="alignnone" width="600"] ESW Brawlfest, May 10th at the Kenan Center Arena in Lockport, NY[/caption]
Welcome to another edition of Cock Talk, or as RYTMAN likes to call it, “THINK ABOUT THE CONVERSATION YOU’RE HAVING RIGHT NOW!”
Joe, Jorge, G, and JT are joined once again this week by Brian Muller. We talk about the NHL Playoffs, the NFL Draft, and of course, all of the great wrestling shows you’ll find on TV each and every week. We reveal who we’d like to see win the TNA X-Division poll, talk about what the substance Big E Langston was clapping from his hands may have been, and talk about how winning a title in WWE is essentially a punishment more than a merit nowadays.
In the news, we get the WrestleMania numbers, we find out the whereabouts of the Bella Twins, find out when CM Punk may potentially return, and get Maria Kanellis’ impression of Ryback. Michael Bay’s destruction of our childhood is discussed. In legal news, it’s Hulk Hogan’s sex tape vs. the first amendment. And finally, we discuss the injury to John Cena that occurred on the European tour.
All this and much more! Just download the show. You know you want to!
This week, G’s ass has ripples and JT’s been pretty clogged, while Jorge laughs maniacally and Joe eats brains. Or something like that. Then we put the whole thing through Gizoogle, biatch. RAW recap, Main Event mania, and SmackDown synopsis, followed by some Iron Sheik goodness and the news! When will we see Punk again? Which WWE Hall of Famer almost backed out of the induction ceremony? Who were the WWE Eurocontinental Champions? Why am I asking you? We obviously know the answers, and you can hear us stumble over them by clicking the link below!
This week’s break song was “Beer” by Psychostick. Buy it here!
Fandangoing spills over into BWF Radio, as our own ThinkSoJoE was in the crowd at the IZOD Center this past Monday. Joe, along with JT, G, and Jorge discuss the poor quality of this year’s WrestleMania, leading Joe to make an interesting offer to World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. It’s explained why Mike Chioda got the first chant during the Sheamus/Orton match on RAW. We ponder who was controlling the temperature on Thursday’s IMPACT, and do away with Sign Guy during the reading of G’s SmackDown review, for some reason. Rick is still very much alive and well, as far as we know. Iron Sheik tweets are handled by JT, and we find out why Rock, Brock, and Punk were all missing from RAW in the news. Plus, for episode 69, That Damn Double C brings us some Bloodhound Gang in our musical break. All this and MUCH more, on BWF Radio!
Our break song this week was “Three Point One Four” by The Bloodhound Gang. Buy it here!
This week on BWF Radio, we get Joe calling us live from outside the IZod arena waiting to get into WrestleMania 29. He depicts his experience from the crowd outside. He elaborates on his experience with his wife at the WWE Hall of Fame induction last night. The podcast goes slightly off the rails as we discuss how terrible WMV was, the new Evil Dead movie, terrible Hulk Hogan films, and more!
A few days ago, the BoredWrestlingFan staff brought you their WrestleMania predictions podcast featuring Brian Muller of Lost Elysium and Gary Barnidge of the Cleveland Browns. It was brought to my attention that the advertised time of the podcast did not match the length of the MP3 that accompanied it. Upon further review, the ending was somehow cut off. Rather than fix the MP3 that was already available, I have decided to add the complete discussion of the WWE Championship match between The Rock and John Cena, and the ending to the show, as a separate file. Mostly so iTunes would pick it up. So. Enjoy.
It’s a special shortened edition of BoredWrestlingFan Radio for Easter! The Cleveland Browns TE Gary Barnidge returns to the show, as does Lost Elisyum guitarist Brian Lee Muller. We give our WrestleMania predictions a week early, with some surprising results.
It has been brought to my attention that the audio file at the above link cuts out at 1:14:20. The last 20 minutes of this episode have been posted at the following link.
Click here for the rest of the show
This week, Joe, JT, and G are joined by Joe’s cousin Steve, as Jorge takes the day off to joyride in his friend’s Dad’s Ferrari and enjoy the sights of Chicago, with hilarious results. Or he’s actually sick. One of the two. Anyways, Joe reads from the book of Bored, reciting passages from RYTMAN’s RAW review and G’s SmackDown shenanigans. JT and G bust dope rhymes, and Steve shakes his head at all of this. We learn that Scott Hall has reached his goal of $80,000 for his hip replacement surgery, which will take place April 9th. We find out who the participants returning for TNA’s “10″ and “Knockouts Knockdown” Pay Per View events are. That Damn Double C tries to trick Joe into reading lyrics from “Africa” by Toto again. We discuss the new rules of the X-Division. We lament the price increase for WrestleMania to $69.99 for HD. Chris Masters uproots a tree with his bare hands and saves his mother’s life. All this, and much more, on BWF Radio 67!
This week’s break song was “The New F*** You” by Street Sweeper Social Club. Buy it here!
In what they’re calling the “Super Mario” edition of the show, Joe, JT, Jorge, and G discuss the week in pro wrestling. We talk wrestling television of course, celebrate Bully Ray’s title victory at LockDown, appreciate Punk’s heeldom, and debate on whether the Highlight Reel was the worst segment in WWE history or not. We catch That Damn Double C being WRONG about this week’s WWE trivia, and have to research the actual answer online. We also catch him trying to sneak in the lyrics to Toto’s “Africa.” That sneaky Aussie bastard. In the news, we talk about health insurance for wrestlers as Daffney’s lawsuit with TNA has come to an end. We get updates on Jake Roberts from DDP’s Accountability Crib. We find out which Divas has been contacted for a WWE return, and find out that TNA has been rejected by every single former knockout they reached out to for one of their one night only PPVs. All this, and much, much more on BWF Radio 66!
This week’s break song was “Put Up Your Dukes” by Race. Buy the album here!