Sean invites Welterweight Wrestling’s Joe Dombrowksi onto the SCSO for a complete breakdown of Welterweight 2 this Sunday on i-PPV and Fite TV. Jay Baca ends this week show in the Lucha Lounge.
Sean recaps the week in WWE, including RAW, Smackdown Live’s “go-home” show and previews WWE Hell in a Cell taking place this Sunday.
Jay Baca closes out the show in the Lucha Lounge, talking Ultima Lucha Tres Part 2 and WrestleCircus’ CircusMania.
Sean kicks off this week talking RAW and Smackdown with Jay Baca. Later in the show, “The Prince of Pro” Alexander James stops by before his match with Bobby Shields versus “The Progressive Liberal” Daniel Richards and Chet Sterling at Nova Pro’s “Nova Project 3”. He also talks his career thus far, traveling overseas to wrestle for WXW and much, much more.
Standup comedian and Championship Wrestling from Hollywood commentator Jonny Loquasto joins the SCSO to talk his new album, pursuing his passions of wrestling and comedy, the stars of CWFH, the PWI 500 Top 10, Cena/Reigns and much, much more.
Jay Baca wraps up this week’s show at The Lucha Lounge.
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.
“The Rock and Role Model” Matt “Sex” Sells joins Sean for Episode 40 of the SCSO to break down WWE Battleground. The two also talk about Ring of Honor, “It’s Never Sunny in Mattlanta”, Capitol Wrestling, wrestling psychology/philosophy and so much more.
Jay Baca finishes up the show with a trip to the Lucha Lounge.
“Second to None” DeJaun O’Neal joins the SCSO to talk about his career, traveling to Canada to wrestle, Nova Pro’s Box of Chocolates/Hi Fidelity, growing up in Boston, the influence Bob Evans and Beau Crockett have had on him and so much more.
I discuss RAW, Smackdown and give my thoughts on the godawful Lavar Ball segment from this past week. Jay Baca takes fans to the Lucha Lounge to talk Wrestle Circus and Lucha Underground.
Sean talks RAW/ Smackdown and previews Money in the Bank. He is joined by the head trainer and owner of the One Fall Power Factory, Q.T. Marshall. Q.T. talks his time at the World Famous Monster Factory in New Jersey with Danny Cage and Matthew Riddle, his journeys to Florida and Puerto Rico and why Georgia is the home of his new school. Marshall also talks about the inspiration for his movie, The Wrestler: The Q.T. Marshall Story, his time in ROH, Impact and NXT and coming back from a serious neck fusion surgery.
Sean is joined by the North Carolina-based Tracer X and Nova Pro’s Mike E King to talk all sorts of independent wrestling this week. Tracer X discusses his career, injuries he has sustained, his influences in wrestling, the women’s MITB announcement, and much much more.
Mike joins Sean to hype up Nova Pro’s first ever “double shot” on Saturday, June 10th. Nova Pro will be hosting a tryout event (Life is Like a Box of Chocolates) and select stars voted by fans will get a chance later that night to be a part of Hi Fidelity. Mike and Sean run down that card and talk about the futures of company staples Innocent Isaiah and Logan Easton Laroux.
All that and Jay Baca discusses the season premiere of Lucha Underground.
The Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling is back just in time to get you up to speed on Lucha Underground Season 3 before the show resumes this Wednesday night. WLW Studios’ “Lucha Liaison” Jay Baca joins the discussion as they cover questions left unanswered from the first half of Season 3 plus, some of their front-runners for the Lucha Underground Year-End Awards. You don’t want to miss it!