“Handsome” Dan examines the way information is presented to wrestling fans today and compares it to the way it was presented in the mid 1980’s. Could having so much wrestling available to fans today actually be a BAD thing? Time to raise your IQ!
“Handsome” Dan compares the current wrestling product to an episode of WWF Prime Time Wrestling from 1987. Which one comes out looking like something slung out of a minimum wage, drive-thru window? You’ll have to listen to find out. Also, could the “Monday Night Wars” have been re-named the “Cable Wars?” It’s 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 sits down with fellow smart fan Erik and they discuss hometown hero Kevin Owens and his match with John Cena at Elimination Chamber. Erik also spent eleven hours watching wrestling last week. Find out what which show left the biggest impression on him.
“Handsome” Dan welcomes his first-ever guest, Adam Henning, co-host of the Midnight Jury and the two of them hit on the very timely subjects of the NXT Women’s Championship match between Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch as well as the recent news that Destination America will be cancelling all TNA programming. What follows is a conversation so epic only WLW Studios could contain it!
In light of Daniel Bryan’s recent revelation that he might never return to wrestling, Handsome Dan examines the style that led to his injury and lays the blame at the doorstep of a certain beloved promotion.
So Kevin Steen appeared on RAW. “Yippeeeeee” yells the IWC. I tell you why I dislike him, but liked his debut in a RAW ring. I also give him some image advice, along with talking about my thoughts on WWE Diva Sunny and Scott Hall.
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.
Prepare yourselves for this one as Mike, Adam and an off-mic Cal (who dropped by the studio) review WWF Over the Edge ’99. Yeah, that Pay per view. And find out why this tragedy almost eliminated the culminating moment of one of the “Attitude” Era’s best storylines from wrestling history.
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!