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.
The Mega Powers are on top of the world, but for how long? Mike & Dan reveal their favorite WrestleMania and do some fantasy booking with the Mega Powers and the WWF Tag Team Titles. They discuss what’s wrong with smaller guys defeating giants. Also, Andre the Giant inventing the Canadian/French Destroyer?? All this and much, much more on this week’s edition of the Final Say!
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.
In a SPECIAL WLW Studios crossover, Erik “The Montreal Broski” (@MtlBroski) and Travis (@TheHibikiTMD) dedicate their episode to fighting for Free Speech and supporting WLW Studios and the Midnight Jury after they got censored and banished from iTunes! They also cover the weeks happenings in WWE including RAW and Smackdown LIVE! Make sure to check out all things “Montreal Broski” on his YouTube channel “First Thing in the Morning”!!
The feud between Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant rages beyond WrestleMania 3 and into the inaugural Survivor Series event which Dan & Mike discuss at length in this episode. Plus, the next installment of My Musical Journey. All that and more on the Final Say!
With Hulk Hogan at the top of his game, he faces his greatest challenge to date, that of the “Eighth Wonder of the World” Andre the Giant! Mike Noringonger of the Midnight Jury and Handsome Dan go in-depth on the significance of what may arguably be the most important event in professional wrestling history, WrestleMania III. That and much more in this edition of the Final Say!
In this week’s edition of our Hulkamania Retrospective we cover a critical year, 1986 which means Handsome Dan & Mike Noringonger of the Midnight Jury cover Hogan’s feud with King Kong Bundy, their WrestleMania 2 main event, and then the pivotal feud between Hogan and “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff. Along the way, Mike reveals what might be his favorite match of all time. Plus, another edition of My Musical Journey. All this and more on the Final Say!
As Handsome Dan & the Midnight Jury’s Mike Noringonger wrap up the year 1985 in their retrospective of Hulkamania, quite a discussion ensues about several topics such as enhancement matches, gimmicks, championships, tag teams, and more and how they relate to the business of professional wrestling then and now. Also this week, another installment of My Musical Journey. Pull up a chair, because class is in session!
The Mega Powers of Podcasting are back as Mike Noringonger of the Midnight Jury rejoins Handsome Dan Lopez for Part Two of their retrospective on the first era of Hulkamania. In this edition, they cover Year Two of the phenomenon that is now sweeping the nation thanks not only to the marketing genius of Vince McMahon and the WWF, but also due to some crucial partnerships with MTV and celebrities like Cyndi Lauper and Mr. T. They discuss Hogan’s epic feud with “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, the inaugural WrestleMania and so much more! You’re sure to get an education!
Matt Cross discusses his career with various cutting edge promotions (Wrestling Society X, Lucha Underground), his goal of wanting to be the most traveled independent wrestler ever, his serious leg injury in January, his new wrestling apparel line (Wrestling is Forever), his history with X Division champion Sonjay Dutt and what matches he’s looking forward to at Nova Pro’s American Slang.
Donst joins the SCSO and talks which wrestler inspired him as a kid growing up, his wrestling documentaries (Wrestle Donst Wrestle, Two Donst Two), finding one’s identity in wrestling, his thoughts on specific jeans for street fights, coming back from a cancer diagnosis in 2015, who he’d like to face in a dream match up and he has some fighting words for his opponent at American Slang, ” The Product” David Starr.