Sean talks to MCW/Nova Pro superstar Rayo on his career, performing at Broken Anniversary and more. Jay Baca joins Sean to discuss his live experience at NXT Takeover: San Antonio and the Royal Rumble, as well as the week in WWE.
Sean is joined by accomplished MMA fighter/wrestler John Kermon to discuss his hybrid career with Capital MMA/Nova Pro Wrestling and his plans for the future as well. Also featured is Sean’s weekly WWE recap.
Sean talks with Nova Pro Wrestling promoter Mike E. King to discuss the promotion’s history, the joys/obstacles of independent wrestling and the company’s future in 2017. Also featured is Sean’s weekly WWE recap and Jay Baca’s Lucha Underground Lounge.
On the final Squared Circle Soundoff of 2016, Sean delivers his thoughts on his All Stars, Average Joes and Zero Stars in WWE this week. He looks ahead to next week with “What’s on Tap?” and Jay Baca recaps this week’s Lucha Underground.
This week Sean O’Brien shakes up The Squared Circle Soundoff with a whole new format.See how he covers a busy week in WWE, along with Jay Baca’s “Lucha Lounge” and “What’s On Tap?”
Sean O’Brien recaps RAW, Smackdown Live, 205 Live and previews WWE TLC. Also listen as Jay Baca takes fans to the Lucha Lounge for everything Lucha Underground! All that and more on the latest Squared Circle Soundoff!
“This week Sean takes a look at NXT Takeover: Toronto, Survivor Series and RAW. Jay Baca takes fans to the Lucha Lounge, and Outside Interference and WOT? take a look at various aspects of wrestling.”
This week Sean O’Brien is joined by Shaun Depasquale (@FCSScout) to recap RAW, SD, NXT and much, much more!
Lucha Underground Season 3 has begun! The Final Say has got you covered with a full review of the Season Premiere! Jay Baca also joins in to discuss CM Punk’s MMA debut at this upcoming weekend’s UFC 203 event, and Handsome Dan takes a brief departure from pro wrestling to rant about all the social justice talk on social media. We’ve got all your bases covered on this week’s edition of The Final Say!
Dan & Jay discuss Seth Rollins’ pathetic tweet in which he called out the fans of Brooklyn for their reaction to the Universal Title belt reveal at SummerSlam. They also accuse “Softcore Legend” Mick Foley of coddling this attitude of entitlement in the process. Then the guys switch gears and choose entrance themes from trademarked music for a few of the members of the Lucha Underground roster. A fun conversation that will also get you thinking.