Handsome Dan gets back to basics sharing his thoughts on the week in wrestling. Lucha Underground kicked off Season Four and Dan has his review of their premiere episode as well as thoughts on WWE’s offerings over the weekend, NXT Take Over and Money In The Bank. It’s time to get an education courtesy of the Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling.
“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 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 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 two guests this week. Up first is Innocent Isaiah from Nova Pro, CWF Mid Atlantic, Fusion, VCW and Southside Pro Wrestling. Isaiah updates fans on his status following the events at the Great Grapsy, talks about his injury, inspirations and what is in store for the future.
Kylie Rae finishes off the show. The Chicago native and Reality of Wrestling star talks the Cubs, finding the right wrestling persona, the struggles of long road trips, her move to Houston, wrestling opposite Joey Ryan, her injury setback, being Diamonds Division champion, Reality of Wrestling in general and what a women’s MITB match means to her.
Jay Baca joins the SCSO to co-host Episode 30. He and Sean delve into the NBA Playoffs, Nova Pro’s Great Grapsy, NXT Takeover: Chicago, Backlash, RAW, Smackdown Live and discuss a possible women’s Money in the Bank match, the latest on Impact/Anthem/the Broken Universe and the news on WWE’s 32 woman tournament this summer.
The Handsome One compares Survivor Series ’89 with this year’s event to reveal some very interesting differences. You also don’t want to miss his rant on why it’s not only okay for fans to take their appreciation of wrestling more seriously, but why doing so could help elevate wrestling to the level of other mainstream entertainment. Plus, the Promo of the Week! A new Thanksgiving tradition begins here, so pull up a chair. The Mr. Rogers of Wrestling is serving up a feast for your mind!
“Handsome” Dan compares the current wrestling product to an episode of WWF Prime Time Wrestling from 1987. Which one comes out looking like something slung out of a minimum wage, drive-thru window? You’ll have to listen to find out. Also, could the “Monday Night Wars” have been re-named the “Cable Wars?” It’s time to raise your wrestling IQ!