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.
This week sees a megashow of sorts for the SCSO podcast. Sean is joined by head coach/owner of the world famous Monster Factory, Danny Cage. Cage gives his insight on what it takes to run one of the premiere wrestling schools in the country and what gives them the advantage over other wrestling schools. Danny discusses what he instills in his students, his talented crew of coaches, MFPW, busts out one hell of a Matt Riddle impression and makes a plea to be on Matt Sells’ “Never Sunny in Mattlanta”.
Jimmy Rave sits down with Sean to talk about his career spanning from ROH to TNA to New Japan and Dragon Gate. Rave also updates fans on his recent elbow injury and his mindset heading into his debut match for Nova Pro vs. Sonjay Dutt at “The Great Grapsy”.
Jay Baca takes fans to the Lucha Lounge, Sean congratulates Jay’s Spurs and gives his predictions for Takeover: Chicago and Backlash.
Cam Zagami joins the show to discuss his experience at the first ever Welterweight Wrestling tournament and what it was like being on Fox’s “American Grit” with John Cena.
Sean talks WWE, a headline that had the wrestling world stirring and Jay Baca joins the show to fill fans in on Wrestle Circus and Lucha Underground.
Sean talks with “The Latin Heartthrob” Gino from Booker T’s Reality of Wrestling about his career, being their youngest champion ever, Lucha Extrema and more. John Hucks joins the SCSO to break down the week in WWE and preview Payback, while Jay Baca previews this weekend’s Wrestle Circus show.
Sean talks with current PWI Ultra J champion Chet Sterling on his career and Nova Pro’s Commonwealth Cup this Friday night. Jay Baca joins the show to talk Wrestle Circus, and finally Sean brings back his good friend Shaun Depasquale to go over the fallout of the WWE Superstar Shakeup.
Sean recaps his weekend at Capitol Wrestling, talks with Eddy McQueen, and previews Wrestlemania 33. Also, Jay Baca joins the show to discuss Wrestle Circus vs Wrestling Revolver.
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.
Sean is joined by CZW’s “The Bad Boy” Joey Janela to talk about his Spring Break show in Orlando as well as his Nova Pro debut. Jay Baca keeps fans posted on all things Wrestle Circus, and Sean rounds out the show with his thoughts on Fastlane, RAW and Smackdown Live.
Episode 17: Sean recaps a busy week in WWE (Elimination Chamber, RAW, SDLive, 205Live). Jay Baca breaks down Wrestle Circus’ first i-PPV and finally Sean previews Nova Pro’s REload.
Episode 18: Sean is joined by former AFL and CFL football player Brian Brikowski to discuss his recent experience at the WWE Performance Center, Jay Baca recaps Wrestle Circus in the Lucha Lounge and Sean recaps the week in WWE as well as NOVA Pro’s REload!
Sean is joined by “The Killerweight” Joe Black to discuss his career and goals for the future. Also take a look back at the week that was in the WWE.