“Lucha Liaison” Jay Baca joins Handsome Dan to review “Aztec Warfare” from this week’s episode of Lucha Underground, then stays to discuss the legacy of soon-to-be WWE Hall of Famer, Sting. Plus, two more matches in the WrestleMania careers of Andre the Giant and Tito Santana are reviewed. All that and more on this week’s podcast. Time to raise your IQ!
Has WrestleMania lost that “big fight feel”? Hear what the Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling has to say about it. Also, over the next few episodes Handsome Dan will be counting down the greatest WrestleMania matches of two of his all-time favorites, Tito Santana and Andre the Giant. PLUS, did this week’s episode of Lucha Underground top last week’s as the new season’s best? “Lucha Liaison” Jay Baca will let you know! All that and more in this week’s Final Say!
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!!!
Handsome Dan takes a break from the norm to share some of his favorite Christmas tunes. Time to raise your holiday IQ!
Jay Baca (@TweetsofJayBaca on Twitter), our new correspondent from Texas, joins us in the first half of the show to talk wrestling and introduce himself to the listeners as he will be covering Lucha Underground Season 2 with us after it premiers on the El Rey Network beginning January 27th. Then we spend a little time discussing a popular video that has surfaced of Bray Wyatt & Braun Strowman singing road tunes. Plus, the Promo of the Week all in this jam-packed episode! Time to raise your wrestling IQ!
Finally, those who actually know the truth (as opposed run their mouths), give you the story behind the heat between the Jury and PWS owners Pat and Eric. It takes some time, but Mike and Adam leave it all out on the table. Then at the halfway mark, the guys deliver a classic Jury review of WCW STARRCADE 1998.
Handsome Dan discusses the legacy of some of TNA’s greatest X-Divisioners and compares it to the legacy of other superstars who were perhaps not nearly as talented. This leads right into Topic Number Two and examining the question: Can a wrestling promotion become mainstream based on talent? All that, plus the Promo of the Week. Get your thinking caps on; it’s time to raise your IQ!
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.