In this very special episode of The Ringside Rap, the Kings finally have time to process Hulk Hogan's racist rant as they try to make sense of what happened and the lasting impact it will have not only on Hogan's legacy but the WWE. Marcus and Nate welcome Ronnie in Houston to get his thoughts on Hogan as well. Plus, Virgil needs your money as Marcus explains why the former WWE superstar contacted him on Twitter.
On the newest episode of the Main Event, Scott is joined by Jordan Duncan, Steve Wille and Andrew Riche to discuss the Hulk Hogan mess, WWE's latest earnings call and reaction and the next chapter of "The Oral History of TNA". So sit back, have a ham and cheese sandwich and enjoy the newest episode of the Main Event!
The T.J. McAloon show debuts with a great first guest, Bleacher Report's NFL Draft expert, Matt Miller! Except, they didn't spend the half hour talking about the upcoming 2016 Draft, or even what happened in the previous draft. That would have made for a terrible first show.
Instead, Matt and T.J. spent the time discussing reader comments, the KC Royals, him being a tweeter in Madden's "Franchise Mode" and who has better BBQ: Austin, TX or Kansas City?
To follow the show you can tweet at @tjmcaloon or to reach Matt you can tweet at him @NFLDraftscout.
Brian Mann returns to the show to discuss all things wrestling with Nate and Marcus, including WWE Battleground and the return of The Undertaker. And after weeks of teasing, the Kings finally discuss baseball as they welcome Mike Oz from Big League Stew on to chat the Hall of Fame, why a minor league baseball team is changing their nickname to the "Tacos" and how the sport can try to get younger. Plus, what happens when you take a former Baltimore police officer, blackface and Al Jolson? Segment 4 foolishness.
Wrestling with Optimism is back as Graham Cawthon & Brad Stutts reminisce about 11 years of the NWA Legends Fanfest.
With the final Fanfest set to start July 30 in Charlotte, NC, Graham and Brad share stories of their many years attending, the friendships made there, and the culture of the wrestling convention.
They talk about how the event popped up on their radar, meeting each other there 10 years ago, being part of the event as both a fan and vendor, and discuss the fans and talent that make the trip each year.
Topics include: nostalgia shows, fan collectables, facing the wrath of Sensational Sherri, getting scammed by Virgil, Graham's wife mistaken for a TNA Knockout, one last photo with the Heavenly Bodies, Roddy Piper putting Graham out with a sleeper, Brad being part of a Piper-Ric Flair shoot interview, wrestler Q&As, the Rock 'n' Roll Express / Midnight Express feud, Brad Armstrong, Sir Oliver Humperdink, Dr. Death Steve Williams, Bill Watts, Bret Hart, Jim Cornette, Ric Flair, Survivor Series 89, and much more.
Follow them on Twitter at @thehistoryofwwe and @stuttsy and keep up with them for updates and audio from next weekend's event. For more information, visit nwalegends.com.
In episode #5 of the Dangerous Alliance Wrestling Podcast, JT and Will tackle the following challenges as they dive into wrestling history:
- Dream Matches! - JT & Will book different dream matches throughout wrestling history. They take stars in their primes, match them up and break down the tale of the tape.
- Living the Gimmick - The boys break down the career and many faces of Barry Darsow.
- Building the Card - JT & Will build the ultimate Great American Bash card by picking one match from each installment, using wrestlers and titles no more than one time.
- Mailbag! - The boys read answers questions from fans of the show.
So, kick back and join JT & Will in the Alliance as they travel through the history of wrestling!
In this episode of the Place to Be Podcast, Justin and Scott head into the Vintage Vault for a look back at Survivor Series 2004. They talk about Shelton Benjamin, Heidenreich, Carlito, Kurt Angle, Lita, Evolution, Randy Orton and more!
So fire up this action-packed episode and join Scott and Justin as it's time for another edition of the PTB Podcast!
Will is joined by Dylan Hales (Wrestling Culture), Kris Zellner (Exile on Badstreet), Phil Schneder (Segunda Caida), Johnny Sorrow (Titans of Wrestling) and Johnny P (Barbed Wire City) to break down all of the action. Is their a political hit on Roman Reigns? Can the NXT women perform on the big stage? Will Kevin Owens ever win another match? Finally... Undertaker. Don't miss this episode.
In the newest episode of the Main Event, Scott is joined by Andrew Riche, Steve Wille and Glenn Butler to preview Sunday's Battleground PPV, then reveal and flip around wwe.com's top 10 matches of the half year. They also talk Press Your Luck and Connecticut movie theaters. So sit back and enjoy the newest edition of the Main Event!