In the fourth episode of Making Mt. Rushmore: Wrestling Edition, panelists Chad Campbell, Jon Keselica & Ben Locke join panelist/moderator Andy Atherton to discuss which Set-Up Moves deserve a place as on their respective lists. Is Jake Roberts’ Short-Arm Clothesline a no-brainer? What about Goldberg’s Spear? Will Sting’s Stinger Splash grab a spot? Does Mr. Perfect’s Neck Snap or Finn Balor’s 1916 deserve a place? After that, they discuss which Finishing Moves will be part of that grouping. Can you argue that The Dudley Boys’ 3-D shouldn’t get a spot? Will Kenta Kobashi’s Burning Hammer be included? Is Steve Austin’s Stone Cold Stunner in the conversation? What about DDP’s The Diamond Cutter & Randy Savage’s Flying Elbow Drop?
Ben welcomes wrestler ACEGAWD Arik Royal to the show this week. @BigArikRoyal discusses growing up in California and the importance of Kobe Bryant, learning the ropes in North Carolina and at CWF Mid-Atlantic, and eventually becoming the @WrestleAction1 Champion heading into @SCITournament. A fun show so check it out!
Marty Sleeze delivers another delicious slab of heavy metal with Good ‘Ol Will From Texas & Ryan Victory from Chicago. Marty Sleeze attended the M3 Festival for the first time this year and regales the listeners with stories of Pretty Boy Floyd, Shitty Fake LA Guns and Warrant. Will & Ryan tell stories of heartbreak, but Will passes down knowledge to help future generations avoid the same fate. Marty sticks up for stage acrobatics of Juan Croucier (they are the whole reason to see Ratt!) against the bullies on Talk is Jericho! Will explains the meaning behind the Dangerous Toys’ cult classic, Scared. All this & much, much more! Click the link, download and enjoy!
In this edition of PTBN: YouTube Roulette, it was Logna’s turn to spin the YouTube roulette, and he came up with Owen Hart vs Jushin “Thunder” Liger match from Japan, a rare Batista vs Brock Lesnar match from OVW, Young Bucks vs reDragon from ROH, and ends the show with the Hell of War Match between Killshot and Dante Fox from Lucha Underground. The boys talk about Waffle House, brutal moves and spots, and much much more.
On the newest Saturday Special, Scott & The Doctor talk the intro of NWA Women's Tag Titles, an update on the big weekend in St. Louis and then back to July 4th of last year for a history lesson on the Great American Bash. So sit back and enjoy the newest episode of the Saturday Special!
On the show's one-year anniversary, in episode #20 of NWA Crock and Roll the boys are once again joined by guest, Ben Locke to close out part 2 of the Houston Layover series. After discussing year one they jump right into it. Topics & matches include Adrian Street in a surprising match with Terry Taylor, continued bad Boesch commentary, a disappointing Brody/Rhodes match, a run-down of bad Billy Graham matches watched including the one in this show, the entertainment value of Abdullah the Butcher, a big swerve in a Wahoo match that leaves majority siding with Calum, the diversity of matches in Houston, worthless 2/3 fall matches, a divide on a Manny/Mascaras match, an entertaining Texas Death Coffin Match that has to be seen to be believed, and close with a sneak peak of the next few episodes through September where the timeline relaunches with December 85 in episode 25!
On the newest episode of the Main Event, Scott Nate & Steve preview the big weekend in wrestling. They discuss Impact Wrestling's Slammiversary, and then WWE gets fans back for Money in the Bank! So sit back and decide if the takes are hot or cold, on the Main Event!
Place To Be Nation… Welcome back and join us once again on the Highway to the Impact Zone. Join host Logan Crosland and his student Jake Williams, as they are joined by TNA experts Matt Souza and Shawn Kidd. In this episode they take a look at the February 18th and 25th episodes of Impact. They discuss topics such as: Best Damn Sports Show Scuffle, X Division Shootouts, Naturals Getting a Manager, AMW and Dustin Looking For Cowbells, Phi Delta Slam Debut, DDP: #1 Contender, Candido’s MVP Performances, Debut of Trytan, Lunch Table Brawls, Raven’s Usual Weirdness, Kaz’s Farewell Match, The New Age Outlaw, and much much more!
Listen and join us on this wild ride through Total Nonstop Action.
On episode 14 of Wrestlings Chicken Salad join Ben Locke, Logan Crosland and Shawn Kidd review and talk about Bash At The Beach 2000. We talk bad morning radio DJ names, racially sensitive WCW, not 1 not 2 but 3 inductees into the club, grotesque human beings, another great Logan impression, Shawn's fantasies come to life, a great tag team finisher, yet more bricks, nice things said about Booker and Kanyon, a really good Steiner-Awesome match ruined by Russo bullshit, a man named Asya, angry pretty boy rednecks, foam guitars, shoot promos, tactically placed contracts and a main event match that gives Shawn anxiety, we then wrap up the show with our awards.
Come for the concept but stay for the Russo bullshit, its Wrestling's Chicken Salad!