Sean discusses Jason Jordan’s injury/surgery, changes to 205 live, Smackdown’s new Top 10 list and more. Jay Baca joins the show to kick off The Road to WrestleCircus.
Sean kicks off the show discussing the release of Enzo Amore, gives his thoughts on RAW 25, previews NXT Philadelphia and the Royal Rumble. Also, Sean talks about attending this week’s Smackdown in DC and Jay Baca breaks down the 1989 Royal Rumble match.
Sean dives back into his interview with Parrow which includes discussing the pure joys of wrestling as escapism, the biggest lesson he’s learned, his coming out to the wrestling world and the reaction/support it’s garnered and much, much more.
Also, Jay Baca takes fans to the Lucha Lounge to finish this week’s show.
Sean sits down with Parrow* (Evolve, WWN, FIP, MLW) to talk about his career, his love of sports, transitioning from football to wrestling and his recent coming out to the wrestling world. He talks about the support he’s received and discusses the journey from the lowest of lows to where he is today.
*This interview is split into two parts, so come back next week for more on Parrow.
Jay Baca also reviews WrestleKingdom12.
Cabana Man Dan takes some time out of his day to talk with Sean about his career, adversities, triumphs, side projects, his Nova Pro tryout experience, teaming with Ace Perry and Sage Phillips at 11th Dimension and much, much more.
Jay Baca opens up the Lucha Lounge for a special Christmas edition.
Independent wrestler and NYPD officer Chris Payne joins the SCSO this week to discuss balancing his two careers and a family. He talks about his inspirations and progression through the wrestling business including his work in NXT and much more with Sean.
Jay Baca stops by to take fans to the Lucha Lounge for another grab bag edition.
Pete Gasparino (aka Pete Gas from the The Mean Street Posse) stops by the SCSO to talk about his book “Looking at The Lights: My Path From Fan to Wrestling Heel”. He discusses the small beginnings of the group, being legitimately chased down by Kane, getting to work with the top stars of the Attitude Era and much, much more.
Jay Baca (55:00) opens up the Lucha Lounge for a grab bag approach. What will he discuss? Find out!
“Mr. Scenic City”/”The People’s Captain” Gunner Miller joins the SCSO to talk his transition from star D1 college football player to blue chip professional wrestling prospect. He discusses his bond with the Ultimate Warrior and how he influenced him to step in the ring, his unlikely favorite genre of movie he enjoys watching, who he wants to face on the independent scene and which star from the past or present he’s love to have a match with. All that and much, much more as Gunner lays it all on the table.
Jay Baca (59:00) brings fans to the Lucha Lounge to discuss the renewal for Season 4, the cancellation of WrestleCircus’ next event and he previews Saturday’s NXT: War Games card.
Finally, Timmy Danger joins the show (1:10) to break down the upcoming Survivor Series card with Sean and reminisce about past editions.
John Hucks of @PWPollz joins the SCSO to talk RAW, Smackdown, NXT and all of this week’s happenings with Sean. Jay Baca talks Ric Flair’s 30 for 30 and WrestleCircus.
This week’s show is jam-packed. The world-renowned DJ Z kicks off the SCSO to talk his career and his return to Virginia for Nova Pro’s Pumpkin Spice Lariats (versus Sonjay Dutt) and PCW’s Crimson Harvest 2 (vs PCW champion Ken Dixon).
Mike E King returns to the SCSO to break down the entire PSL card with Sean, talk #UnderSeige, the details on the 2018 tryout show, Stuttsy/Meltzer and much, much more.
Elsewhere, Jay Baca takes fans to the Lucha Lounge to talk WrestleCircus and Lucha Underground.