Mike Noringonger of the Midnight Jury joins Handsome Dan to discuss the most controversial subject covered on the show to date. In light of Hulk Hogan being reinstated to the WWE Hall of Fame, they each give their own personal take on the racist rant that got him removed in the first place. You’ve seen and heard the opinions of others, including his fellow WWE Superstars. Now hear what King Noringonger and the Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling have to say.
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!
Handsome Dan gets back to basics sharing his thoughts on the week in wrestling. Lucha Underground kicked off Season Four and Dan has his review of their premiere episode as well as thoughts on WWE’s offerings over the weekend, NXT Take Over and Money In The Bank. It’s time to get an education courtesy of the Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling.
Timmy Danger returns to the SCSO to discuss his Pure Pro wrestling show on 5/25 from Richmond, Virginia at the Hoffheimer Building. Danger has taken the bull by the horns to put it together and talks about the inception, logistics, a brief history of the wrestling scene in Richmond, runs down the card and what he wants fans to take away from it.
Jay Baca opens up the Lucha Lounge for more May Mini-Reviews.
The man behind The Gated Community, Edward Dao and “The Beau Show” Beau Crockett return to the SCSO to talk with Sean about Capitol Wrestling, The Old Dominion Rumble, Threat of Joy, the Making Towns Classic, the Commonwealth Cup and more. In the Lucha Lounge, Jay Baca brings the first of his Mini May Reviews.
After a long hiatus, the Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling is back and he’s raising your wrestling IQ with a discussion on WWE’s WrestleMania 23 from 2007. Dan will do his best to preserve the old ways as he covers ring psychology and storytelling, promos, and how many things in wrestling have lost their meaning. It’s a concentrated dose of wisdom on the Final Say!
“The Rising Sun of Texas” Machiko joins Sean to tell her story. She discusses paying your dues on the road, who inspired her to get into the ring, how to separate yourself from others, her goals for the future, who she’d like to face and much, much more.
Jay Baca opens up the Lucha Lounge for his series of “Mini-Reviews”, kicking them off with TNA’s weekly PPV’s in 2002. Sean finishes off the show previewing The Greatest Royal Rumble and the controversy of women not being included.
JJ Blake returns to the SCSO for the first time since Episode 11 to fill listeners in on his career, Reality of Wrestling’s Last Stand this Saturday, his thoughts on the influence of Bruno Sammartino, completing his degree, what he likes to do outside the ring and much, much more.
Jay Baca discusses the Season 4 premiere of Lucha Underground and pays his respects to Bruno as well. Sean finishes off the show with his thoughts on the Superstar Shakeup.
Mike and Cal welcome newest Midnight Jury member Tony Brockadeda to the fold as they rate each Jason Voorhees from each Friday the 13th film, and Joey “Justice” Mandella joins them to judge EVERY Wrestlemania Theme of all time!! This is a blast and we want you to join the Jury for a fun ride.
Anthony Bowens is this week’s guest and talks about being a former college athlete, breaking into the business, finding your identity, leaving a legacy, being comfortable with yourself, setting an example for others and much more.
Jay Baca fills fans in on his weekend in New Orleans, and Sean wraps up the show talking about some of his favorite matches and moments from a very busy week in wrestling.