1. .


    This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, The Agent To The Stars Brian Deville returns to the show!  Mr. Deville will be a part of Empire State Wrestling’s “Domination” event on Saturday, April 5th at St. Johnsburg Fire Hall in North Tonawanda, NY representing The Hate Brigade and Mr. Entertainment RJ City.

    We spend the first hour as per usual attempting to aviod talking about the WWE product and instead praise this weeks Lucha Underground, particularly the “Grave Consequences” main event between Fenix and Mil Muertes.  How did the end of RAW compare?  Joe and Brian both forgot that Sting had closed it out.

    In the news, we talk about the cirumstances surrounding the death of Perro Aguayo Jr. Friday night after a match on the CRASH show in Tijuana.  We discuss Max Landis’s awesome video, “Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling,” finding out that no less than Triple H is a fan of it.  We find out WWE’s response to a letter written to them by one of 10 fans who were forced to change out of their costumes and into (comped) WWE t-shirts this past Monday at RAW.  We get more on the ongoing story of Bill DeMott.  The IMPACT Wrestling rating drops again, and we learn of a surprising talent posessed by one Jim Ross.  All this and much, much more!  Tune in!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 170 (MP3, 2:08:11)


    This week’s break song was “Disaster Blaster 2″ by White Zombie.  Buy it here!

  2. .


    This week on the BWF Radio, Joe finally relieves his boredom – if only for a couple of hours – with the help of JT, Mark, and G.  His boredom started Monday when RAW left him nothing but an amazing Paul Heyman promo, and a lot of confusion with regards to why Sting didn’t sound like Sting.  He was entertained by NXT and Lucha Underground, particularly the storytelling in the matches on this week’s show, but that’s only two hours of entertainment in an entire week of boredom.

    In the news, Wiz Khalifa admits to violating the WWE wellness policy during his RAW performance.  Bill DeMott is still intimidating people after stepping down from his WWE job, but more people are also speaking out about their time under DeMott’s thumb.  The Kliq hand gesture becomes very controversial as WWE tries to trademark it, the Young Bucks try to use it, and North Carolina State University already owns it.  Victoria/Tara/ fuck it she’s Lisa Marie Varon encourages patrons to not tip the waitress at her Squared Circle Restaurant – and for good reason.  Several stars sign renewed their TNA contracts.  And Kayfabe News pads out most of this podcast to get us close to two hours.  Tune in!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 169 (MP3, 1:58:15)


    This week’s break song was “Defame Me” by New Year’s Day.  Buy it here!

  3. .


    This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio,  Daylight Savings Time screws up schedules.  Joe and Jorge talk about the Empire State Wrestling event they attended last night.  Things devolve rather quickly as the crew tries to figure out if there was anything worth talking about on the main WWE shows this week, as it often seems to do on this show.  Eventually, the #CockTalk nickname is earned again as the guys talk about Fandango.

    In the news, we get the latest on Brock Lesnar’s WWE status.  Lana hijacks a hashtag.  The allegations against Bill DeMott grow, causing him to not only step down as head trainer for WWE, but leave the company entirely.  Adult website Brazzers wants to advertise on a certain WWE Superstars’ ring gear.  We talk about Rey Mysterio’s future, Rhyno’s employment status, and the potential career path for Samoa Joe.  We find out who has the best winning percentage of all time in the WWE.  All this, and much much more on an incredibly fun episode of BoredWrestlingFan Radio!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio episode 168 (MP3, 2:08:36)


    This week’s break song was “Kurt Angle” by Lil B.  Watch it here!

  4. .


    This week on BWF Radio, the crew reveals that they barely watched any WWE television this past week, including Joe falling asleep during Fastlane.  In fact, the subject of wrestling is barely mentioned in the first half, instead focusing on The Kids In The Hall, The Walking Dead, and Spaceballs, among other pop culture phenomena.

    In the second half, things aren’t any less crazy as Joe tries to deliver this week’s wrestling news in a timely and orderly fashion.  In the news, AJ Lee calls out Stephanie McMahon for the wage disparity between Superstars and Divas.  Brock Lesnar walks out of RAW, while Rey Mysterio is finally freed from the company entirely.  Adam Rose and Zack Ryder trade barbs on Twitter.  Daniel Puder returns to professional wrestling.  Vince Russo leaves his own website, and Solomon Crowe saves a life.  All this and much, much more on BWF Radio.

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 167 (MP3, 2:04:29)


    This week’s break song was “Love Stinks” by J. Geils Band.  Buy it here!

  5. .


    This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, the crew are joined by IHWE Wrestling founder David Fuller, who will be presenting IHWE All Out Insanity this coming Saturday in Fort Worth, Texas, where Thomas Shire will defend his IHWE Heavyweight Championship against Charlie Haas.  He also announces that the Thursday before WrestleMania 32, IHWE will present an event in Fort Worth at the Cendera Center.  He also reveals some future BWF Radio guests!

    Ultimately, we decide not to bother giving predictions for WWE Fast Lane.  Joe gives a bold Oscar prediction instead, while JT and G give Walking Dead predictions.

    In the news, CM Punk is being sued by WWE doctor Chris Amann, while WWE is being sued by Cassandra Frazier, the widow of Big Daddy V.  Jim Ross speculates on Brock Lesnar’s WWE future.  Samoa Joe leaves TNA Wrestling, and we discuss what the future may hold for the Samoan Submission Machine.  Diamond Dallas Page updates on his health.  EC3 tells Twitter which company, WWE or TNA, is the better one to work for.  All this, and much more on BWF Radio!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 166 (MP3, 2:19:00)


    This week’s break song was “Broken Dreams” by Shaman’s Harvest.  Buy it here!

RSS Feeds

Posts by Category