This week Sean is joined by Ring of Honor’s “Southern Savior”, John Skyler. Skyler discusses his career and sets the scene for his match at PWX’s Ode to Tradition versus Cody Rhodes this Sunday. Jay Baca also joins the show to update everyone on Wrestle Circus.
What would happen if the Jury hosts had the funds and ability to raid the current wrestling companies of their talent to create their ultimate fantasy roster and company? Who would Mike hire? Who would Adam pick up? Find out here as they raid the WWE, TNA, Lucha Underground, ROH, House of Hardcore, and the indies!! Do you agree with their picks? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter!!
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 talks about the effect of the Undertaker’s return at #WWEBattleground. He also has some choice words for fans who gripe about which Superstars are not being pushed and some even more choice words for the wrestlers who criticize those fans. Last but not least, he talks about the meaning of cage matches and the best way to win them. Time to raise your IQ!
“Handsome” Dan examines the way information is presented to wrestling fans today and compares it to the way it was presented in the mid 1980’s. Could having so much wrestling available to fans today actually be a BAD thing? Time to raise your IQ!
Handsome Dan sits down with fellow smart fan Erik and they discuss hometown hero Kevin Owens and his match with John Cena at Elimination Chamber. Erik also spent eleven hours watching wrestling last week. Find out what which show left the biggest impression on him.
In a SPECIAL presentation of WLW Studios, The Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling is back and in light of Global Force Wrestling’s recent roster reveal, he’s calling on all promoters to look to an underutilized talent pool to revolutionize the industry and it’s not who you might think. Time to go to school!