The Hales two man Power Trip is back to discuss their GWWE lists. Devon and Dylan discuss their process for composing their list and the grievances they had with the final published list. You might hear 1 or 2 HHH burials along the way.
The sun's rays broke through the trees in a beautiful scattered array. Beams of light searched for ground to shine upon. One such beam made its way to the resting face of the sleeping General.
Feeling the warmth on his face, he stirred. It was morning already. Today was the day he met with the enemy camp. Peace could be finally be attained.
Rising to his feet and wiping at his eyes as if to draw some life into them, he yawned and surveyed his surroundings. His battalion was strong in number, but he knew the truth -- they were weak. Tired. Hungry. Sleeping in the woods has a way of taking the energy from even the most zealous young man.
He shuffled off to tent where the other ranking officers slept. Perhaps it was foolish that he slept outside with the grunts, but they adored him for it. They followed the others out of rank and order -- but they followed him out of admiration. He nudged someone and said, “It’s time.”
Soon they were dressed in full colors, medals and awards adorning them like ornaments on a Christmas tree. Their wagon pulled off from the camp and headed down the dark, dusty trail towards the meeting place.
The others were there already, a miscalculation by the General. Surely waking at sunrise should have gotten them there first to establish command.
What followed was long and tedious -- and we will spare you the details, but after hours of back and forth, negotiating and bargaining, compromising and strong arming -- a deal was struck! Peace would return.
The General could barely contain his smile as he signed his name on the treaty. On the other side of the room, the Chief stood. He walked to the treaty, eyed it over, then reached for the pen....until he locked eyes with the General.
“There is just one thing General....just one more thing I need you to know.”
A swift kick to the nuts! And a gory blade job! Chaos erupted! The war would continue!
“CHIEF JAY STRONGBOW DOES NOT WANT PEACE, ONLY WAR!”
Join Allan Blackstock and Dylan Hales as they run down wXw's second biggest weekend of the year, World Tag Team League. Allan was at the shows live, and Dylan watched on wXwNOW.de, so you'll get both perspectives. A really great show if you want to learn more about one of the hottest promotions in the world.
Want the experts' opinion on this year's brackets? Join Scott Criscuolo, Andrew Riche, Logan Crosland and Jason Greenhouse as they break down the brackets and get to Glendale with a Final Four to be proud of. So sit back and enjoy the madness!
Welcome to Hot Takes on Cold Issues, a Place to Be Nation Podcast Network Special! In this episode, JT Rozzero (Place to Be Podcast), Scott Keith (Blog of Doom), James Dixon (Titan Sinking series) & Jordan Duncan (A 24 Article) take some time to deliver and debate a whole bunch of hot takes on some freezing cold topics, including:
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These topics have been discussed endlessly across the internet, but in this episode we give all the hot takes to put a bow on the conversation once for all! So, kick back and enjoy the banter and then share your hot takes on these cold issues across our social media forums!
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Steven Ferrari joins Ben to look back at King of the Ring 2002. The guys discuss at length the brand split, Rob Van Dam, Brock Lesnar, the cruiserweights, Ric Flair, Molly Holly, Hulk Hogan, Kurt Angle, The Rock, and much more!
Mild-mannered reporters by day, Greg Phillips and Nick Duke share an intense love of comic books that has made them the Hard-Traveling Fanboys. And if there’s anything that fanboys love, it’s debating what book is better than another book or which character is “cooler.” Enter Countdown, a monthly column where Greg and Nick will give a top five list and debate the merits therein.
This week, Greg and Nick count down their five favorite characters from the epic series Preacher by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon.
Mild-mannered reporters by day, Greg Phillips and Nick Duke share an intense love of comic books that has made them the Hard-Traveling Fanboys. Over the course of their travels through comicdom, they have encountered numerous stories via the wonder of trade paperbacks and graphic novels. Once a month, Nick and Greg will review one of those collections in The Longbook Hunters.