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.
Pete Gasparino (aka Pete Gas from the The Mean Street Posse) stops by the SCSO to talk about his book “Looking at The Lights: My Path From Fan to Wrestling Heel”. He discusses the small beginnings of the group, being legitimately chased down by Kane, getting to work with the top stars of the Attitude Era and much, much more.
Jay Baca (55:00) opens up the Lucha Lounge for a grab bag approach. What will he discuss? Find out!
In a SPECIAL WLW Studios crossover, Erik “The Montreal Broski” (@MtlBroski) and Travis (@TheHibikiTMD) dedicate their episode to fighting for Free Speech and supporting WLW Studios and the Midnight Jury after they got censored and banished from iTunes! They also cover the weeks happenings in WWE including RAW and Smackdown LIVE! Make sure to check out all things “Montreal Broski” on his YouTube channel “First Thing in the Morning”!!
Matt Cross discusses his career with various cutting edge promotions (Wrestling Society X, Lucha Underground), his goal of wanting to be the most traveled independent wrestler ever, his serious leg injury in January, his new wrestling apparel line (Wrestling is Forever), his history with X Division champion Sonjay Dutt and what matches he’s looking forward to at Nova Pro’s American Slang.
Donst joins the SCSO and talks which wrestler inspired him as a kid growing up, his wrestling documentaries (Wrestle Donst Wrestle, Two Donst Two), finding one’s identity in wrestling, his thoughts on specific jeans for street fights, coming back from a cancer diagnosis in 2015, who he’d like to face in a dream match up and he has some fighting words for his opponent at American Slang, ” The Product” David Starr.
Sean welcomes Will Mahoney from the Snack Society to discuss the state of WWE, preview Roadblock: End of the Line and of course…food. All that and more on this week’s Squared Circle Soundoff!
Jay Baca joins Handsome Dan to discuss the state of TNA Impact Wrestling and what lasting effect the buzz generated by the Hardy’s Final Deletion has had on the company’s fortunes. Along the way they cover a broad range of topics about the state of professional wrestling in general and offer some cutting edge solutions to companies like TNA that you’ll only hear on this podcast. Now we’re going to school!
“Lucha Liaison” Jay Baca joins Handsome Dan for a discussion of epic proportions. They originally planned to just talk music, but the discussion goes much further as they also talk UFC, and a variety of other topics. Time to raise your wrestling IQ!
Full-coverage of the action-packed two-hour season finale of Lucha Underground Season Two ends with our review of Ultima Lucha Dos, Part Tres! How effectively were the storylines going into this extravaganza concluded, and where do they go from here? The Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling and WLW Studios’ “Lucha Liaison” will give you their thoughts. You don’t want to miss it. The season doesn’t end until “Handsome” Dan has the Final Say!
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.