Last week, the guys went into great detail reviewing Part 1 of Stephen King’s 1990 miniseries IT. Part 1 told the story of the 7 kids who took on the demonic Pennywise. After their battle, they promised to come back if “IT” did. 30 years later in Part 2, they return to once again do battle with the shape shifting clown. Mike, Adam and Cal also deliver their overall final verdict for the movie…
Sean is joined by Evolve star/ Full Impact Pro champion Fred Yehi to talk his fast-rising career, his upcoming match (sponsored by the SCSO) at Nova Pro’s “Cool for the Summer” with Tim Donst and much, much more.
Mike stops by the SCSO to talk to Sean about the entire Cool for the Summer card and update fans on his condition following American Slang. He tells listeners exactly how he feels about Angelus Layne prior to her main event match versus Keith Lee.
Also included is Jay Baca taking fans to the Lucha Lounge to talk Lucha Underground.
With Hulk Hogan at the top of his game, he faces his greatest challenge to date, that of the “Eighth Wonder of the World” Andre the Giant! Mike Noringonger of the Midnight Jury and Handsome Dan go in-depth on the significance of what may arguably be the most important event in professional wrestling history, WrestleMania III. That and much more in this edition of the Final Say!
With the new film due out in less than a month, The Jury travels back 27 years to 1990 to review Tim Curry as “Pennywise the Dancing Clown” in Stephen King’s IT. Mike, Adam and Cal all have different takes on the ABC TV miniseries, comparisons to the book, and dive into Part 1 this week!!
Irvin joins Sean to talk his journey in wrestling, the obstacles he overcame, his time at VCW the Loberty Lottery, who he looks up to in the business, Lio Rush and much much more.
Jay Baca joins the show to talk Lucha Underground, filling fans in on everything Lucha Underground.
In this week’s edition of our Hulkamania Retrospective we cover a critical year, 1986 which means Handsome Dan & Mike Noringonger of the Midnight Jury cover Hogan’s feud with King Kong Bundy, their WrestleMania 2 main event, and then the pivotal feud between Hogan and “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff. Along the way, Mike reveals what might be his favorite match of all time. Plus, another edition of My Musical Journey. All this and more on the Final Say!
Wanting to finish out the series, the Jury does their best, but can only finish episodes 3-8. The guys leave the final two episodes open ended for you to discover on your own. Spoilers are here, but the biggest swerves are kept a secret so we suggest finishing out the series and reporting back your thoughts to us on Twitter @MidnightJury!
A.C. Hawkes (CWF, Nova Pro, AML)-a former trainee from Lance Storm’s Wrestling Academy- stops by the SCSO to talk his career, moving from Florida to Canada to train, wrestling around the country, balancing his job and wrestling, Nova Pro, marketing himself and much more. A.C. also talks WWE (RAW/Smackdown) with Sean.
Jay Baca finishes off the week with the Lucha Lounge, including his Wrestle Circus preview.
As Handsome Dan & the Midnight Jury’s Mike Noringonger wrap up the year 1985 in their retrospective of Hulkamania, quite a discussion ensues about several topics such as enhancement matches, gimmicks, championships, tag teams, and more and how they relate to the business of professional wrestling then and now. Also this week, another installment of My Musical Journey. Pull up a chair, because class is in session!
Adam makes his return after 3 weeks and true to form, is ready to fight logic and nitpick even the smallest things. Mike and Cal try to keep on track, but the Jury only gets through the first two episodes of the NETFLIX series GLOW before they have to end the show and pick it up next week. This episode is NOT spoiler free.