Handsome Dan tries to sort through the hoopla surrounding the return of Shane McMahon. Plus, Jay Baca joins us for a review of this week’s episode of Lucha Underground. And for the first time ever on the Final Say, Mike Noringonger of the Midnight Jury weighs in with his thoughts as well. You don’t want to miss this landmark episode!
Mike and Adam review the highest attended ROYAL RUMBLE in history. Does the event stand up to the attendance and hype? Join the Jury and find out!!!
The Handsome One compares Survivor Series ’89 with this year’s event to reveal some very interesting differences. You also don’t want to miss his rant on why it’s not only okay for fans to take their appreciation of wrestling more seriously, but why doing so could help elevate wrestling to the level of other mainstream entertainment. Plus, the Promo of the Week! A new Thanksgiving tradition begins here, so pull up a chair. The Mr. Rogers of Wrestling is serving up a feast for your mind!
Does the contract signing between Charlotte & Paige as the closing segment on Raw this week mean the Divas Revolution still has some life left? Handsome Dan examines this among other things. And the PROMO OF THE WEEK RETURNS as we honor the memory of a fallen legend on the 10-year anniversary of his passing.
The Mr. Rogers of Wrestling introduces the listeners to his own match rating system as he breaks down TNA’s Bound For Glory event from last month and provides insight into the subtle things that could have elevated this event and made it into something special.
The Handsome One answers a question posed on social media, Do Raw’s dropping TV ratings matter? And in the process it kicks off a discussion that reveals Vince McMahon to not be quite as out of touch as he’s so often accused of being by today’s “smart” fans. Your IQ will DEFINITELY be raised as a result of this one!
Handsome Dan gives his thoughts on Alberto Del Rio’s return to WWE and the effect it will have on Lucha Underground. Also, a move executed during the Divas’ Championship match at Hell In A Cell gets our host on a rant about the subtle art form of professional wrestling and just how badly from it the business has departed. Your IQ will DEFINITELY be raised listening to this episode!
Jimmo Workman, a wrestling blogger & all-around good mate, joins The Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling for a scholarly discussion. They hit on multiple topics including the sad state of affairs in WWE and the gradual decline of wrestling in general. Did it happen overnight? Or was it a long time coming? And what was the cause of it all? Find the answers here!
Handsome Dan examines the question “What if the WWF in 1997 relied on older stars as heavily as WWE in 2015 does?” There’s a high and unfortunate price being paid for the nostalgia pop. Leave your elementary arguments at the door. It’s time to raise your IQ!
“Handsome” Dan talks about the effect of the Undertaker’s return at #WWEBattleground. He also has some choice words for fans who gripe about which Superstars are not being pushed and some even more choice words for the wrestlers who criticize those fans. Last but not least, he talks about the meaning of cage matches and the best way to win them. Time to raise your IQ!