March 25th 2009.. I named this show ‘Wednesday Night Delight’? Am I serious? What the fuck was I on when I came up with a name like that? The names didn’t get much better either.
and many more shockers. Until one day, a title came along, that with a slight modification, would become the title that would last..
August 5th 2009 – The War On Everything
From then on, The War On Everything, became The War On… and it became a staple of BoredWrestlingFan.com, until it stopped because I stopped watching. Wrestling that is. Not the website. I explain it all here, in my Three Year Anniversary special.
Anyways, as this is now Five Years since we started this shindig, I guess there’s only one thing to do..
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In the depths of facebook, dwells a pretty kickass little group of like minded fans of many things, one of these includes wrestling. They are known as The Flock. Sunday, after TNA’s surprisingly good PPV, Slammiversary, four members assembled for the very first “Flockcast.” We discussed the show, among other things. Gee of BoredWrestlingFan.com rep’d this site. He was happily joined by Hugo, Nate, and Kris as Hugo directed the technical specs and Nate directed traffic to make this happen. It was fun, and hopefully just one of many involving myself and other BWF members (and fellow Flockers). Have a watch, we’ll get this thing on iTunes eventually. I wouldn’t lie to you.
Check out Nate’s The Kings Of Sport Podcast.
Here are this weeks Results for Main Event this week:
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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!
If you haven’t heard by now, Ric Flair’s son, Reid, passed away today. We have no further information at this time. We here at Bored Wrestling Fan would line to extend our deepest condolences to Ric and his family. Reid was 25.
It’s that time of the week again, where ThinkSoJoE passes the dutchie on the left hand side. This week, the BWF crew are joined by Rational Wrestling Review’s Alice Arrington, who rubs it in our faces that Chris Jericho did a three hour interview with herself and Konnan this week on MLW. We go over the week in pro wrestling television before diving straight in to the saga of Jack Swagger. We talk about Swagger’s arrest, and how Glenn Beck and Alex Jones have likely saved his title match at WrestleMania. Speaking of Glenn Beck, we called him out on Twitter earlier this week. Did he show up to talk to us? Of course he didn’t! We dive even further into the drama that is Hart Legacy Wrestling, with quotes from Lance Storm on how the original show was booked. We reveal (in case you’ve been living under a rock) details about who will be publishing the next WWE video game, plus a rumor about TNA’s next foray into the world of gaming. All this, and much more, on BWF Radio Episode 63!
It’s an interview everybody on the BoredWrestlingFan staff wanted to participate in, but one man actually got to do it. This past Thursday, the great Jerry Lynn took time out of his day to speak with our own Justin Ruff about a number of topics. He talks about getting his start in the business, working the indies with a young Sean Waltman, and reveals who came up with his WCW name, Mr. JL. He mentions that the late Brad Armstrong was one of his favorite opponents. He talks about ECW memories, including the fans giving him the nickname, “The New F’N Show.” Jerry discusses his disappointing time in WWE and his knee injury, comparing it to being a human toy. The early days of TNA are discussed, including Jerry winning the X-Division Championship early on. Justin and Jerry get into Jerry’s recent indie career, and Jerry puts over wrestling in the state of Texas. Plus, Jerry announces the date of his final career match! All this, and much, much more. Click the link below to listen!
Kamala is on Youtube discussing the charities that claim to be in place to help out older wrestlers and their health issues. Kamala has undergone two amputations of his feet, and has been unable to work as a result. Not just as a wrestler, but outside of the business as well. I am not going to editorialize here. Rather, I suggest you watch the video. He does call out most notably Dawn Marie’s Wrestling Rescue.
I do not know anything but what is shown is this video, however, I think it’s important as always to consider where you send any charitable donations. I’m poor too.
Until we hear otherwise, this is just one side of the story. Take some time to listen to a rare Kamala videocast on the topic.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I92E-Cpwgh0&feature=player_detailpage[/youtube]After the recap, we jump right into Bully Ray shilling his new twitter account, @Realbully5150. He calls out Joseph Park and accepts his challenge for next week’s impact. All this will be a Anything Goes match except that Ray has a restraining order against Abyss who if he even shows up will be sent to rot in prison. Park is dumbfounded until he’s cheap shoted.
A Double and “H Double” discuss Aries giving up the belt at the end of the night. Which leads us right into a Destination X promo, which is embedded above.
Jason Hervey (Wonder Years for those in the know) attempts to interview Dixie Carter who is more than happy to talk about the New X-Division talent but not eager to talk about Claire Lynch. Talking of that new prospective X-Division talent err.. oh wait
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Oh I actually find myself loving Impact Wrestling’s opener with Hogan trying to decide who should take out err on Roode for the title before he amasses the longest reigning champion title which is currently being held by AJ Styles. Outside of that the interaction between Ray, Angle Styles and Hogan with Hardy sitting on his hands (not much on mic skills) debating back and forth about who should get the shot was a breathe of fresh air. But
Then Gail Kim with the love struck Madison came out to talk about being a dominate champion only to show a shot of Angelina Love count on her hands all the times she won the title. She goes on about her one blimish being the loss to a man/woman? tag team of EY and ODB and wanting to rectify that.
I won’t go into detail lets just say that Spike must of laxed there no male on female violence stance because EY gets some body slams and headlocks on Gail and Madison before the heels win when Madison holds the legs of ODB so Gail could pin her. But again I’m confused because its Open Fight Night and when you call out someone their title has to be defended but Tenay still calls EY and ODB champions? Whats up with that?
So after RVD lost in his bid against Roode for the title, he had a smokers moment and said to himself “Hey, how was I not able to compete since Genesis?, Oh yeah some dude named Gunner was responsible.” We have him call out the Gunned one and commence to beat on each other for 5 minutes before RVD gets the win with an insane Five Star Frog Splash.
Then we step into the nepotism zone as Devon comes out and calls out Garett for a shot at the Television title. We get a mostly Devon controlled match. And in one of the most stupidly comical spot of the night Garett pulls off a swinging neckbreaker pauses and waits for the applause. Rob T and Rob E. come out an beat on them until the faces get the upper hand and embrace at the end. YEAH! we have the continuing Robbie E saga and nepotism wrapped into the same match someone please shoot those two. (Not really because thats conspiracy to commit murder.)
Speaking of murder Joseph Parks attempt at getting Bully Ray to admitting to doing….(Abyss is alive and no longer missing..oh) in his brother Chris you know Abyss. After the Abyss reveal no matter how cool, it kind of took the air out of the story so what will be the payoff. Because Abyss is back with a warning to his brother for playing to close to the fire. Which I’m guessing is Bully Ray. So Park wants a mock trial so the fans can have their say and Ray can be judged by a jury of his peers, the fans. Wouldn’t his peers be the locker room?
Ray beats on Parks and we solve absolutely nothing.
Then comes one of the best segments when Joey Ryan who looks like a 70′s porn star takes on his 90′s equilvalent in Aries. Good and short. The best part is when Ryan flicks his mustache sweat in Aries eyes. Aries wins with a brain buster.
World Heavyweight title time as Roode takes on AJ. After Hogan eliminated the other three throughout the night.
Roode wins. Beats AJ’s record for being the longest reigning champion in TNA history. He celebrates and Hogan the chief conspirator calls in his friend The Insane Icon Sting shouting “Its Showtime” as Sting beats on Roode and then announces the new time slot but forgets to mention it will be live which thankfully Tenay fixes and we fade out
Sting vs Roode in a Lumber jack match at the top of the live show should give a fun feel to it.
PNT NR out.