This time of year, there is only one thing running through the mind of wrestling fans… WrestleMania. The Jury travels back to the 80’s to review arguably the biggest WrestleMania of all time. Savage vs. Steamboat, Hogan vs. Andre, WRESTLEMANIA III!
Josh Briggs joins the SCSO, and chances are he doesn’t like you. Sean and Josh talk his transition from college football to wrestling, the Northeast wrestling scene, what got him into intergender wrestling, which female star he would like to face, his love of New Japan Pro Wrestling, his goals/legacy, the struggles of travel, debuting for MCW and much, much more.
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.
Sean invites Austin Theory to the SCSO this week to talk his breaking into the business via bodybuilding, the origin of his name, his greatest accomplishment, facing opponents such as Zack Sabre, Jr., Fred Yehi, AR Fox, Trent Barretta and who he wishes to face in the future. Austin also discusses his alliance with Priscilla Kelly, working with Gabe Sapolsky, Evolve 100/101, his recent WWE tryout and answers a few questions from listeners and much more.
Also catch Jay Baca as he lists his top five Midnight Jury moments to celebrate their 5 year anniversary here at WLW Studios.
Along with paying tribute to the Beauties and Badasses of 80s and 90s Horror and Pro Wrestling, the Jury debuts the HIT LOVE SONG “Bucks” by Dave Meltzer! With call in’s and fun all around, it’s always unpredictable when the Midnight Jury goes LIVE!!
Sean discusses Jason Jordan’s injury/surgery, changes to 205 live, Smackdown’s new Top 10 list and more. Jay Baca joins the show to kick off The Road to WrestleCircus.
Sean goes 1-on-1 with The Fresh Prince of Mid-Air, Trey Miguel. The two discuss Miguel’s breaking into wrestling at 14, his uncanny resemblance to Ricochet, his admiration of Amazing Red, appearing on Impact, learning from OVE, his goals for 2018 and tons more.
Jay Baca takes fans to the Lucha Lounge to rank his top five moments from WrestleCircus’ first year, and Sean talks WWE’s latest batch of signings, Takeover: Philadelphia, The Royal Rumble and RAW’s brand new look.
Sean dives back into his interview with Parrow which includes discussing the pure joys of wrestling as escapism, the biggest lesson he’s learned, his coming out to the wrestling world and the reaction/support it’s garnered and much, much more.
Also, Jay Baca takes fans to the Lucha Lounge to finish this week’s show.
Sean sits down with Parrow* (Evolve, WWN, FIP, MLW) to talk about his career, his love of sports, transitioning from football to wrestling and his recent coming out to the wrestling world. He talks about the support he’s received and discusses the journey from the lowest of lows to where he is today.
*This interview is split into two parts, so come back next week for more on Parrow.
Jay Baca also reviews WrestleKingdom12.
Independent wrestler and NYPD officer Chris Payne joins the SCSO this week to discuss balancing his two careers and a family. He talks about his inspirations and progression through the wrestling business including his work in NXT and much more with Sean.
Jay Baca stops by to take fans to the Lucha Lounge for another grab bag edition.