Mike goes solo for the RantEM Radio WrestleMania 34 marathon weekend. He is joined by Jury corespondent Joey “Justice” Mandella with NXT Takeover updates from New Orleans, “Handsome” Dan Lopez discusses the top WrestleManias from the 80s and 90s, Jay Baca calls in from WrestleMania Axxess, and Mike also gives predictions on the card, goes over his thoughts of the Hall of Fame, his favorite Wrestlemania Promo and celebrity guest!!
Sean is joined by Headlocked Comics creator Michael Kingston this week to talk his inspiration for writing comics, the process of developing a story and bringing it to life, the talented team behind Headlocked, his favorite moment with Headlocked and working alongside such talent as Jerry “The King” Lawler, Booker T, AJ Styles, Christopher Daniels, Rob Van Dam and many more.
Sean also talks Money in the Bank, RAW, Smackdown and Jay Baca takes fans to the Lucha Lounge to talk all things Lucha Underground and this weekend’s WrestleCircus show.
Sean is joined by CZW’s “The Bad Boy” Joey Janela to talk about his Spring Break show in Orlando as well as his Nova Pro debut. Jay Baca keeps fans posted on all things Wrestle Circus, and Sean rounds out the show with his thoughts on Fastlane, RAW and Smackdown Live.
Sean welcomes Will Mahoney from the Snack Society to discuss the state of WWE, preview Roadblock: End of the Line and of course…food. All that and more on this week’s Squared Circle Soundoff!
Mike and Adam celebrate the WWE’s Thanksgiving tradition by reviewing Survivor Series 1990! This features the debut of the Undertaker and possibly the best format of the event ever! Also, the Intro segment to Ep. 155 is available via Videocast! Click the link below for the FULL episode, or the YouTube link at the bottom for the Intro Videocast!
This week Sean O’Brien is joined by Shaun Depasquale (@FCSScout) to recap RAW, SD, NXT and much, much more!
Join Sean O’Brien as he recaps Hell in a Cell, RAW, SDLive and NXT. Also on this week’s show is Jay Baca with his Lucha Underground recap. All that and more on this week’s episode of the SCSO!
Sean O’Brien gives you his thoughts on the WWE over the last 7 days, tells you whats “hot”, whats “not”, previews the HELL IN A CELL PPV and so much more!
Yes, we know it’s June, but this was recorded at the end of May… so give us a break. The guys review 2002’s WWA (World Wrestling All-Stars) pay-per-view “The Revolution”. Featuring wrestlers from WWE, WCW and ECW, WWA was the unofficial precursor to TNA. Join us for this VERY unique wrestling experience.
This episode is loaded with useful information like what the Ultimate Warrior’s bedroom habits may have been. Plus, this week’s episode of Lucha Underground is thoroughly examined. Time to raise your IQ!