Wanting to finish out the series, the Jury does their best, but can only finish episodes 3-8. The guys leave the final two episodes open ended for you to discover on your own. Spoilers are here, but the biggest swerves are kept a secret so we suggest finishing out the series and reporting back your thoughts to us on Twitter @MidnightJury!
Adam makes his return after 3 weeks and true to form, is ready to fight logic and nitpick even the smallest things. Mike and Cal try to keep on track, but the Jury only gets through the first two episodes of the NETFLIX series GLOW before they have to end the show and pick it up next week. This episode is NOT spoiler free.
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!
Sean talks RAW/ Smackdown and previews Money in the Bank. He is joined by the head trainer and owner of the One Fall Power Factory, Q.T. Marshall. Q.T. talks his time at the World Famous Monster Factory in New Jersey with Danny Cage and Matthew Riddle, his journeys to Florida and Puerto Rico and why Georgia is the home of his new school. Marshall also talks about the inspiration for his movie, The Wrestler: The Q.T. Marshall Story, his time in ROH, Impact and NXT and coming back from a serious neck fusion surgery.
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.
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!
Part One of the Lucha Underground season finale is here, Ultima Lucha Dos, and Dan & Jay have all of the in-depth analysis. Plus, another edition of My Musical Journey. Get your lucha on with the Final Say!
Yes, we know it’s June, but this was recorded at the end of May… so give us a break. The guys review 2002’s WWA (World Wrestling All-Stars) pay-per-view “The Revolution”. Featuring wrestlers from WWE, WCW and ECW, WWA was the unofficial precursor to TNA. Join us for this VERY unique wrestling experience.