This week Handsome Dan is joined by special guest and longtime fan, Jason Markowitz. They discuss a broad range of topics from the current state of pro wresting to Brock Lesnar and the Universal Title to Ronda Rousey and the UFC to the controversies surrounding Hulk Hogan and Chris Benoit. It’s a very interesting and entertaining discussion that you don’t want to miss!
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.
Lucha Underground Season 3 has begun! The Final Say has got you covered with a full review of the Season Premiere! Jay Baca also joins in to discuss CM Punk’s MMA debut at this upcoming weekend’s UFC 203 event, and Handsome Dan takes a brief departure from pro wrestling to rant about all the social justice talk on social media. We’ve got all your bases covered on this week’s edition of The Final Say!
“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!
“Handsome” Dan explains the exchange he had with Dave Meltzer on Twitter that he hinted at last week, exposes the dirty tactics of wrestling dirt sheets, and makes a comparison between pro wrestling and music all in one episode. Come expand your IQ!
Handsome Dan encourages wrestling fans to take The Pepsi Challenge and switch to Lucha Underground for a week and see if they don’t fall in love with wrestling all over again.
In a SPECIAL presentation of WLW Studios, The Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling is back and in light of Global Force Wrestling’s recent roster reveal, he’s calling on all promoters to look to an underutilized talent pool to revolutionize the industry and it’s not who you might think. Time to go to school!