The man behind The Gated Community, Edward Dao and “The Beau Show” Beau Crockett return to the SCSO to talk with Sean about Capitol Wrestling, The Old Dominion Rumble, Threat of Joy, the Making Towns Classic, the Commonwealth Cup and more. In the Lucha Lounge, Jay Baca brings the first of his Mini May Reviews.
JJ Blake returns to the SCSO for the first time since Episode 11 to fill listeners in on his career, Reality of Wrestling’s Last Stand this Saturday, his thoughts on the influence of Bruno Sammartino, completing his degree, what he likes to do outside the ring and much, much more.
Jay Baca discusses the Season 4 premiere of Lucha Underground and pays his respects to Bruno as well. Sean finishes off the show with his thoughts on the Superstar Shakeup.
Anthony Bowens is this week’s guest and talks about being a former college athlete, breaking into the business, finding your identity, leaving a legacy, being comfortable with yourself, setting an example for others and much more.
Jay Baca fills fans in on his weekend in New Orleans, and Sean wraps up the show talking about some of his favorite matches and moments from a very busy week in wrestling.
The star of this week’s show is most definitely Jaxon Stone. The young talent out of Dallas, Texas stops by the SCSO to talk a little WWE, his agenda in NOLA, wrestling overseas for WxW, his bond with Alexander James, how to introduce yourself to him at a show and of course we talk about all sort of Jaxon Stone facts.
(52:34) Jay Baca gives his rundown of shows he’ll attend this weekend in New Orleans from Joey Janela’s Spring Break 2, to WrestleCon and much, much more!
Sean closes out the show with his most anticipated matches of the weekend.
Josh Briggs joins the SCSO, and chances are he doesn’t like you. Sean and Josh talk his transition from college football to wrestling, the Northeast wrestling scene, what got him into intergender wrestling, which female star he would like to face, his love of New Japan Pro Wrestling, his goals/legacy, the struggles of travel, debuting for MCW and much, much more.
Sean heads down to Texas once again to talk to “The Taker of Arms”, “The Precision Tactition” Rex Andrews. The former Reality of Wrestling TV and inaugural Texas champion discusses his career, goals, talks UFC/XFL, wrestling in various environments, his recent tour in Japan, producing new types of content and more.
Jay Baca opens up the Lucha Lounge as always, and Sean runs down the upcoming guest lineup for the SCSO.
Sean invites Austin Theory to the SCSO this week to talk his breaking into the business via bodybuilding, the origin of his name, his greatest accomplishment, facing opponents such as Zack Sabre, Jr., Fred Yehi, AR Fox, Trent Barretta and who he wishes to face in the future. Austin also discusses his alliance with Priscilla Kelly, working with Gabe Sapolsky, Evolve 100/101, his recent WWE tryout and answers a few questions from listeners and much more.
Also catch Jay Baca as he lists his top five Midnight Jury moments to celebrate their 5 year anniversary here at WLW Studios.
Sean sits down with Reality of Wrestling’s Brock Baker this week. Brock discusses his time in the Air Force, when he knew he wanted to be a wrestler, building a brand and standing out, the culture at Booker T’s R.O.W., his thoughts on the Booker/Corey Graves situation and much, much more.
Jay Baca talks WrestleCircus and Sean gives his thoughts on Elimination Chamber and RAW.
“The Lifeguard” Mike Del sits down with Sean to talk his career and all the ups and downs of it, balancing his “shoot” job, starring on TRL with The Miz, his experiences with CZW and WrestlePro, backyard wrestling, his major injury at 19, goals and much more.
Jay Baca recaps his weekend at WrestleCircus, and Sean finishes up the show with his thoughts on RAW and fantasy booking a massive storyline that would be a huge part of this year’s Wrestlemania.
Sean discusses Jason Jordan’s injury/surgery, changes to 205 live, Smackdown’s new Top 10 list and more. Jay Baca joins the show to kick off The Road to WrestleCircus.