After a long hiatus, the Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling is back and he’s raising your wrestling IQ with a discussion on WWE’s WrestleMania 23 from 2007. Dan will do his best to preserve the old ways as he covers ring psychology and storytelling, promos, and how many things in wrestling have lost their meaning. It’s a concentrated dose of wisdom on the Final Say!
WLW Studios’ Lucha Liason Jay Baca joins Handsome Dan once again discuss one of his favorite films. This time it’s 1984’s “Conan The Destroyer” starring the Governator himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger. Dan also gives his thoughts on this year’s Royal Rumble event. Plus, another installment of My Musical Journey this time featuring “Hands On The Wheel” off of Willie Nelson’s amazing album, Red Headed Stranger. All that and more on this edition of the Final Say!
Sean goes 1-on-1 with The Fresh Prince of Mid-Air, Trey Miguel. The two discuss Miguel’s breaking into wrestling at 14, his uncanny resemblance to Ricochet, his admiration of Amazing Red, appearing on Impact, learning from OVE, his goals for 2018 and tons more.
Jay Baca takes fans to the Lucha Lounge to rank his top five moments from WrestleCircus’ first year, and Sean talks WWE’s latest batch of signings, Takeover: Philadelphia, The Royal Rumble and RAW’s brand new look.
Sean kicks off the show discussing the release of Enzo Amore, gives his thoughts on RAW 25, previews NXT Philadelphia and the Royal Rumble. Also, Sean talks about attending this week’s Smackdown in DC and Jay Baca breaks down the 1989 Royal Rumble match.
The Mega-Powers explode! And it nearly causes a rift between the Mega-Powers of Podcasting as Mike Noringonger of the Midnight Jury and Handsome Dan take very different sides on the rivalry between Hulk Hogan and “Macho Man” Randy Savage. They debate who was right and who was wrong as they recount the events leading up to their epic showdown at WrestleMania V including the Royal Rumble and the Main Event. Along the way they also discuss the Royal Rumble as a concept, their thoughts on Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake, the legacy of the “Macho Man’s” first WWF World Championship run, and the main event match at WrestleMania V and how it ranks among Hogan’s and Savage’s best. Get an education courtesy of the Final Say!
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!
The conversation gets in-depth between Dan and Mike Noringonger of the Midnight Jury as they discuss the continuation of the Hulk Hogan-Andre the Giant feud including the contract signing at the inaugural Royal Rumble, their chaotic rematch at the Main Event, and their inconclusive third encounter in the WWF Championship tournament at WrestleMania IV. That all leads into a discussion about the eventual winner of the tournament, “Macho Man” Randy Savage and whether or not he got the title reign he deserved. Plus, Handsome Dan gives his take on the situation involved Joey Ryan’s followers and WLW Studios’ episodes getting pulled from iTunes and Stitcher Radio. All this, a new edition of My Musical Journey, and much, much more!
Handsome Dan & Jay Baca conclude their countdown of the Top 20 Greatest Managers in Professional Wrestling of All-Time. Listen in to find out who they’ve each got listed as their Number One. It’s the Final Countdown on the Final Say!
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.
Handsome Dan shares some thoughts on the current political landscape, then the countdown continues as we make our way toward Number 1! Jay Baca re-joins the discussion to talk Wrestling Greatest Managers. We slow it way down as we discuss the truly elite names at Nos. 5 and 4.