February 29, 2016
In this episode of the Place to Be Podcast, Justin and Scott take a look at Survivor Series 2005! They discuss Booker T, Ric Flair, Kurt Angle, Eric Bischoff, Batista, Undertaker, brand supremacy and much more!
So fire up this action-packed episode and join Scott and Justin as it's time for another edition of the PTB Podcast!
February 28, 2016
We here at Place To Be Nation's NBA-Team Podcast are ready to roll out the red carpet and give the proper recognition to some historical performances in the NBA. Adam Murray and Andrew Riche start the month of March with talk about Steph Curry's untouchable performances last week, Anthony Davis' 59 point, 20 rebound game against the Pistons, Portland's hot-to-trot back court, Joe Johnson's career as he joins the Miami Heat, and Miami and Memphis' injury woes. Riche and Adam also discuss Rodney Hood, the competitive Eastern Conference, and talk about the Academy Awards for a while. So suit up and take it out with the NBA-Team!
February 26, 2016
The X-Files have been closed once again, and Glenn & Scott
welcome Andy Halleen back to The Glenn Butler Podcast Hour Spectacular
to follow up on their discussion at the beginning of season ten now that the miniseries has fully taken shape. They discuss the return of various styles of X-Files episodes, whether the limited six-episode run hurt or helped the show, the value and quality of cliffhangers, the launch of The X-Files: The Next Generation with Agents Einstein and M-Something, a drug trip to remember, X-Files
as viewed through the lens of sports announcers, terrorism, and much
more. Also, Scott lists all (and we mean ALL) of the people who could
possibly be on the ship.
Spoilers abound in the latest episode of The Glenn Butler Podcast Hour Spectacular!
February 25, 2016
On the newest episode of the SEV, Scott and the Cowboy are joined by Grant Hughes of Bleacher Report to talk the NBA's Second half, the Warriors, Spurs, Stephen Curry and more. There's college hoops talk, including another sad Providence Friars loss, and some MMA talk. So sit back and enjoy the newest episode of the Sports Evolution!
February 24, 2016
In the newest episode of the Main Event, Scott is joined by Ben Morse and J. Arsenio D'Amato to recap Fastlane and talk about Raw the next night, including the return of Shane McMahon. They talk about the early WrestleMania matches, and what could lie ahead. Then, Scott finally gives his manifesto on the modern day wrestling fan and what happened to just "being a fan". So sit back because the fireworks fly on the newest episode of the Main Event!
February 24, 2016
After learning that Daniel Bryan's career as an in-ring performer had come to an end, the Rank & File crew got together to discuss his greatest matches and moments. This month, Jordan welcomes Jason Greenhouse to the show and Steve Wille becomes the FIRST EVER return guest! They discuss his WWE high points, his ROH feuds and even some Chikara moments, covering everything from winning the main event of Wrestlemania 30 to turning his back on ROH during the Cage of Death to his indy tour in 2010. Did they leave anything out? Tune in and find out what made the final ranking, and see how it stacks up with your own list!
February 22, 2016
On Episode 52 of The Kevin Kelly Show, Kevin and JT discuss the news of the day, including Honor Rising, the fallout from WWE Fastlane, the issues with Roman Reigns and comparisons to Rocky Maivia, the direction for WrestleMania, the big surprise on tonight's Raw and more!
Kevin then brings CBS Sports' NFL Insider Jason La Canfora for a chat (and a NJPW primer). Jason discusses growing up a wrestling fan in Baltimore, discovering ECW, the long gap in his fandom, how he discovered New Japan and rekindled his love of wrestling with his kids, the NFL becoming a year round sport, his memories of the Baltimore Colts leaving and Len Bias passing away, leaving fandom behind when you become a journalist, his NJPW favorites and more. Jason also fields questions from Kevin & JT about the NFL, including discussing Cam Newton, what will change within the league the most in 2016, looking back at the Giants' Super Bowl wins, breaking down the Jets' offseason and more.
They then close with thoughts on Shane McMahon and potential future guests.
So please join us for another great episode of the Kevin Kelly Show and tweet us using #ROHNation
February 22, 2016
Will, Pete and Johnny Sorrow (Titans of Wrestling, This Week in Wrestling), Kris Zellner (Exile on BadStreet, Between the Sheets), Dylan Hales (Wrestling Culture) are here to discuss the 2016 edition of WWE Fastlane. What did the panel think of the booking of the main event? How excited are they heading into WrestleMania. Is AJ Styles being treated well in WWE so far? Is Bray Wyatt vs. Brock Lesnar a thing of the past? All of these questions and more are answered in the latest reaction show extravaganza.
February 21, 2016
The All Star break has passed us by, and Place To Be Nation's NBA-Team are here to start getting down to the nitty gritty of the regular season. Who were the winners and losers of the trade deadline? Why were so many rumored deals NOT done and how much did Dwight Howard, the Atlanta Hawks and pending free agency have to do with it? Adam Murray and Andrew Riche also talk about the All Star Weekend, the Knicks firing Derek Fisher, the Detroit Pistons becoming a dangerous team next season, Adam Silver's non-answer about this summer's upcoming spending spree, the Orlando Magic loosening up their roster logjam, post-ASB predictions, and much more. So suit up and take it out with the NBA-Team!
February 19, 2016
Kelly and Johnny return to the amazing world of 80s DC for an in-depth look at the All-Star Squadron comic!
Among the topics discussed...
-Kelly and Johnny's love for the classic DC Multiverse
-The history of the Justice Society of America, Earth-1, Earth-2, etc., the"Crisis" stories, and how this paved the way for All-Star Squadron
-Roy Thomas and the story of his love of World War II-era superheroes
-A look at the most memorable stories and characters from the comics' six-year run