So Kevin Steen appeared on RAW. “Yippeeeeee” yells the IWC. I tell you why I dislike him, but liked his debut in a RAW ring. I also give him some image advice, along with talking about my thoughts on WWE Diva Sunny and Scott Hall.
The late 90’s produced a group of young actors much like the 80’s “Brat Pack” who filled our movie screens with High School adventures. This horror flick is one of them. Join Mike, Adam, and Cal as they talk the good and bad of some of these stars in I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER!
Handsome Dan encourages wrestling fans to take The Pepsi Challenge and switch to Lucha Underground for a week and see if they don’t fall in love with wrestling all over again.
Prepare yourselves for this one as Mike, Adam and an off-mic Cal (who dropped by the studio) review WWF Over the Edge ’99. Yeah, that Pay per view. And find out why this tragedy almost eliminated the culminating moment of one of the “Attitude” Era’s best storylines from wrestling history.
In a SPECIAL presentation of WLW Studios, The Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling is back and in light of Global Force Wrestling’s recent roster reveal, he’s calling on all promoters to look to an underutilized talent pool to revolutionize the industry and it’s not who you might think. Time to go to school!
It’s Mike’s show, it’s Mike’s opinions. He has a lot of catching up to do. Topics include: Baltimore Riots, New York Yankees, Billy Corgan, TNA’s EC3 and the Dollhouse, Lucha Undergrounds Vampiro, Striker, and Hernandez, Millwall Football, New York Jets, and November Rain… of course
Mike, Adam, and Cal travel back to the 90’s to review Tom Hanks, Gina Davis, Madonna and many more in A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN!! We do realize we probably should have Sydney in the studio for this one, and as you listen, you may hear why.
Did you ever say to yourself: “I want over 3 hours of talk on WCW Spring Stampede ’94”? Neither have we, but sometimes you don’t know what you were missing until you have it. Another Friday, another Jury.
Mike has a lot on his mind. Sometimes so much that he doesn’t have time to address it on the Midnight Jury. Enter “the Final Verdict” where Mike can give you HIS thoughts, HIS opinions on topics that interest the ever growing WLW Studios audience. Today’s topic, the TNA Tag Team Division.
In a special episode, with a super charged “Midnight Machine”, Mike and Sydney travel all the way back to 1962 to review Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in “What ever happened to Baby Jane”. This suspense/horror/thriller is one that will haunt you as these two Hollywood starlets play the lead roles to perfection.