Handsome Dan gets back to basics sharing his thoughts on the week in wrestling. Lucha Underground kicked off Season Four and Dan has his review of their premiere episode as well as thoughts on WWE’s offerings over the weekend, NXT Take Over and Money In The Bank. It’s time to get an education courtesy of the Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling.
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!
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!
King Noringonger of the Midnight Jury joins Handsome Dan to form the Mega-Powers of Podcasting for Part 1 of our brand new ongoing series on Hulkamania. In this debut edition, they cover a whole wealth of topics as they discuss the events leading up to the birth of Hulkamania as well as the first year of Hulk Hogan’s inaugural reign as World Wrestling Federation Champion. Hulkamania is running wild on the Final Say and you’ll definitely want to come along for the ride!
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.
Dan & Jay discuss Seth Rollins’ pathetic tweet in which he called out the fans of Brooklyn for their reaction to the Universal Title belt reveal at SummerSlam. They also accuse “Softcore Legend” Mick Foley of coddling this attitude of entitlement in the process. Then the guys switch gears and choose entrance themes from trademarked music for a few of the members of the Lucha Underground roster. A fun conversation that will also get you thinking.