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]
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!
This week on BWF Radio, the Randy Orton robot problem strikes home as G becomes “one of them.” Meanwhile, Rytman loses his mind in the Mixlr comments, revealing an obsession with lemurs. Meanwhile, ThinkSoJoE, JT, and Jorge talk wrestling. Joe reveals what you didn’t see at Old School RAW on Monday, JT tells us what we didn’t see (because we didn’t watch) on ROH this weekend, we give you the WWE Main Event results, and a SmackDown review so hilarious Joe almost cried from laughing so hard. We pay our respects to William “Paul Bearer” Moody, and read a story from a woman whose life was changed by his generosity. We also reveal the whereabouts of Zack Ryder, debate whether the @VinceMcMahon twitter account is real, and ponder what his WWE Legends contract will mean for Sean Waltman. What does the future hold for Rey Mysterio? Why does Billy Graham really want out of the WWE Hall of Fame? How much has DDP raised thusfar for Scott Hall’s medical bills? We answer all of this here on BWF Radio!
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Jorge takes the week off, and things go so smoothly that the show ends slightly early for once. Joe, JT, and G discuss the week in professional wrestling television, play a song in honor of BoredHockeyFan.com’s That Damn Double C, and we discuss this week’s wrestling news, including an in-depth investigation of the state of Hart Legacy Wrestling. We talk about the great Hall of Fame class that WWE is presenting at MSG this year. And of course, we pay our respects to the late, great Curt Hennig, who passed away 10 years ago today.
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Greetings, fellow Bored Wrestling Fans! ThinkSoJoE, JT, G, and Jorge bring you another great episode of BWF Radio! This week, we rant about The Rock! All of the wrestling television from the week is discussed, as well as Superstar Billy Graham’s reaction to CM Punk’s RAW promo. Zack Ryder’s YouTube show is history, is his career next? WHERE’S TRENT? Unemployed. We talk about the new TNA PPV structure, and propose six PPVs that WWE should keep on their calendar if they decide to follow in the trend of dropping events. Joe and Jorge vehemently defend ECW’s production values in comparison to ROH’s, and we send our congratulations to Mick Foley for being the first inductee into the 2013 class of the WWE Hall of Fame!
This week’s break song was “Exit Only” by Fugazi. Buy it from us!
It was a festive mood in the BoredWrestlingFan studio this afternoon as the crew celebrates 1 year on the air! ThinkSoJoE, JT,[caption id="" align="alignright" width="320"] Tom Lawlor shocks the world![/caption]
G, Jorge, and former regular co-host Drowgoddess are joined by Empire State Wrestling’s Brian DeVille and Frankie Feathers to talk this week in pro wrestling. We pose the question of who was offended by the CM Punk/Paul Heyman heart attack angle on RAW. We give our thoughts on the Survivor Series – in 1992 – as well as our predictions for this year’s show. Hall of Fame candidates are discussed, and our resident RAW reviewer, Rytman, chimes in via the mixlr comments toward the end of the show. Tune in!
ThinkSoJoE and G return for another week of BWF Radio! Lots to talk about this week including the usual RAW, SmackDown, and Impact broadcasts, plus the debuts of NXT Season 6 and the brand new pro wrestling web show, The Underground. In the news, TNA’s BaseBrawl events, more on Ken Doane on Cena & Orton, Jericho’s return, WWE’s stock prices, more on TNA and Scott Steiner, Lanny Poffo on his brother’s Hall of Fame status, potential RAW GMs, the whereabouts of Eric Young, John Laurinaitis’ WWE schedule, and more! All this, plus a quick rundown of this week’s IWC Power Poll! Tune in via the link below!
Big news week in wrestling, and the speculation begins as to who the first inductee in the TNA Hall of Fame will be. Rumors run rampant about Brock Lesnar’s future, Tiger Jeet Singh is named Canada’s Greatest Immigrant, speculation on the futures of Randy Orton and Kelly Kelly, the wave of injuries currently plaguing the WWE, and more comparisons between RAW’s three hour ambitions and the end of WCW Nitro. All this and much much more, and starting now you can be heard on our podcasts – call us at 716-HOGAN-97 and leave a voicemail!
So some downer news to start off and that is the leaving of Alex Shelley. This on the heels of the MCMG’s return. The division looks as empty as the knockout tag division at a time when iMPACT should be bragging about its dominance over The ‘E in Tag team wrestling…well I guess there is ROH.
Sadness over. Now on to Roode vs Sting in a Lumberjack match. This is a good opener that showcases the excitement of the crowd when there allowed to watch a show without having to sit through the retakes and can just sit back and be fans. Watching the ring I never realized the over abundance of faces compared to heels which is the exact opposite to brand eck!
Sting gets the win and just when you think that, yeah Sting got his revenge for Victory Road. Then Hogan comes out and calls for a match at Slammiversary where Sting takes on Roode for the TNA World Title. what about James Storm?
Oh look Madison…NEXT!!!!!
Joseph Park esq and Bully Ray have thier weekly confrontation over “My Brother Chris, you know Abyss” and what Ray has done to him. (even though a couple of weeks ago Abyss appeared okay so what is Bully Ray guilty of?! Ray calls Joseph’s whole family cowards and when the sweaty lawyer went to grab the bully, Ray threatens lawsuit only to antagonize him some more. Either way a fun entertaining segment.
Samoa Joe and Aries have an altercation that later leads to a match at Slammiversary. But before the PPV Aries takes on the staying half of the Motor City Machine Guns in the guise of “Hail Sabin” Chris Sabin. Good match that makes you wonder if we will see more of it now that he is a singles competitor but we’re not psychic so I watch to see Aries go over with a small package.
Coming in ten days TNA is celebrating 10 years of existing and Dixie “MILF” Carter announces that the Hall of Fame is coming to TNA with an inductee being announced during Slammiversary. She then call out Brooke Hogan who know is in charge of the Knockouts. I loved the mixxed reaction and what that means for her arrival of either putting up or shutting up. hey Brooke, We need a revitalized knockout division that has more than 4women in it.
kazarian and Daniels are gold backstage during Dixie’s promo.
And we have the television title match that Hogan promised us every week missing one along the way. Mr. Anderson, Jeff hardy,RVD and someone who will not be named wait to see what the total one and guess what it was….Jeff Hardy.
And like clockwork the Robbie’s interfere which leads to a Jeff Hardy winning by DQ. Right before the faces clear the heels which leads to a tag match between The Robbies vs Devon and Garett Bishchoff?
James Storm is having a crisis of faith about winning the world title and why do I feel that we won’t resolve this till Bound For Glory.
AJ and Daniels have a match. So when are we going to see match #12356 but it still shows the integrity of how they wrestle. AJ wins but is then jumped by Daniels with Kaz only for the newly appointed face Kurt Angle to make the save but both are taken out by the heels.
Daniels plays a recording of Dixie and AJ only to have Dixie herself come down and take control of TAZ’s headset and ask for the show to be shut down.
Sidenote:Joey Ryan didn’t make the cut because he’s a jackass who pissed off Taz, Flair’s replacement. Where is Alex Silva?
That’s right folks! We’re on the cusp of the culmination of the Celebration of Professional Wrestling Week here at Bored Wrestling Fan and Wonderpod Online… and the Grand Daddy of them all, WrestleMania 28, is only a few hours away! Needless to say, we’re all excited and pumped to watch the PPV tonight. ThinkSoJoE, JT, and myself gathered around our microphones to talk about what to expect on tonight’s show in relation to RAW, Smackdown, and various news and rumors that have occurred since last Sunday’s official prediction podcast. There’s a couple particular notable ex-WWE stars in Miami over the weekend, and the WWE has announced that one of next years WrestleMania matches will be announced on Monday… or perhaps even teased tonight. What might happen? So as you count the hours down, what better a way to get even MORE pumped up than to check out our pregame show?