This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, Joe tries to rush the show so he can go to a concert, but decides to talk about the Empire State Wrestling shows he went to over the last couple of nights anyway. We talk football and politics, and discuss TNA’s current financial situation. Drowgoddess gives us the lowdown on what’s going on in NJPW.
In the news, The Young Bucks make tag team history. TJ Perkins has heat. RAW suffers it’s lowest rating ever. WWE gets some good news in at least one of their class action lawsuits. Jamie Noble is stabbed in a road rage incident. Sunny is in trouble, the New York State Athletic Commission makes some drastic rule changes for 2017, and much, much more. Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, Joe joins in the conversation, despite being sick. We get all the usual stuff out of the way in one quick burst. We talk about how badly we feel the Cruiserweights were booked on RAW. Drowgoddess talks NJPW. We give our WWE Clash of Champions predictions for tonight.
In the news, Luke Harper is cleared for a return to in-ring action. Terry Funk needs to be cleared by a doctor just to leave his house. Cody and Brandi Rhodes sign with Impact Wrestling, though Cody has to simply go by “Cody.” WWE wants Matt Hardy back. Renee Dupree says CM Punk fans in WWE were plants, and Ric Flair gives his thoughts on Punk’s UFC 203 fight. All this and more on BoredWrestlingFan Radio!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, we actually talk about wrestling for most of the show! We talk about TJ Perkins winning the Cruiserweight Classic, the title wins and changes at Backlash, RAW and SmackDown, and then we get the lowdown on what’s happening in NJPW from Drowgoddess in the first half of the show.
In the news, Paige will return to WWE after all. Alberto Del Rio will not, essentially given his choice of AAA and CMLL. Both of them explain their WWE Wellness suspensions. Terry Funk retires, perhaps for good this time. News on the WWE Cruiserweight division. Eric Young signs with WWE, while James Storm becomes a free agent again. Ryback attempts to change his legal name TO Ryback. ProWrestlingTees buys ProWrestlingCrate. News on the financials for NJPW and TNA. TNA’s Director of Consumer Engagement is let go. All this and more on BWF Radio! Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, Joe delivers the numbers for show, and they’re apparently equal to the amount of offense CM Punk got in at UFC 203. We spend a bit of time talking about the event, specifically Punk’s fight, and discuss the very distinct difference between the UFC Fight Pass and the WWE Network. We briefly touch on WWE Backlash, as well as the programming from the week, Delete or Decay is discussed, and Drowgoddess tells us all about what’s going on over in NJPW.
In the news, CM Punk’s days of fighting in the UFC are over, according to Dana White – but then again, they’re not, also according to Dana White. Alberto Del Rio is released by WWE, while Paige has obtained legal counsel in an effort to quit. Meanwhile, Tyson Kidd’s contract has been renewed. WWE signs several Chinese talent. Scott Hall gets into an altercation at a TGI Fridays. Prince Puma may be leaving Lucha Underground. Cody Rhodes can work both ROH and TNA, while Billy Gunn may wind up working NJPW. Eva Marie gets a movie role. All this and much more on BWF Radio! Tune in! Please?
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, the guys celebrate Kevin Owens becoming Champion of the Universe on RAW. and not much else from this week’s WWE main roster programming. Joe brags about being nominated for a local music award. Nobody else cares. We rejoice because Lucha Underground returns this week. And then we talk about whatever else comes to mind, because who needs to talk wrestling on a wrestling podcast?
In the news, Jim Cornette talks surprisingly positively about Kevin Owens’ Universal Championship win on RAW. Random ESPN reporter does not. Amber Gallows gets upset by Dana Brooke. Alberto Del Rio leaves WWE – again. The Brock Lesnar and Randy Orton rematch will take place at a house show in Chicago. News on ROH, Lucha Underground, and TNA. Final Deletion 2 news. Plus the guys search for celebrities on JewOrNotJew.com. All this and more on BWF Radio 243. Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, Noyce and Drowgoddess return to the show. We talk about concerts and being old. Then we get steered into the direction of professional wrestling as Drowgoddess talks about ROH’s Death Before Dishonor event that she attended in Las Vegas last weekend. We give a quick SummerSlam recap. We discuss a favorite topic of ours, the culture of outrage on the internet surrounding all things WWE. Plus, we unintentionally debut a new segment, “Hogan in History.”
In the news, did Brock Lesnar and Randy Orton leave you wondering if Brock went off-script? Good. That was the point. Same thing with The Miz on Talking Smack. Seth Rollins doesn’t injure people, they injure themselves. Chris Jericho tries to legit fight Brock Lesnar. Sasha Banks takes time off, making way for Bayley on the main roster. Bret Hart is a grumpy old man. The Dudleys leave WWE. Bo Dallas is removed from a flight. Sexy Star delves into boxing. The Hardys and Decay film “Final Deletion 2.” Gargano talks #GloriousBombs. All this, and much, much more! Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, with Drowgoddess and Noyce both unavailable to participate, thus bringing down our number of both Europeans and women on the show to zero, Joe filled the void in one fell swoop by bringing in an Irish lass, MK of the SummerSluts ’98 podcast. We talk about the differences between America and everywhere else in the world, play the occasional round of a SummerSluts ’98 hallmark called “Would You Suck His Dick, Though,” and give our thoughts on tonight’s SummerSlam card.
In the news, celebrities fall through for SummerSlam. Wellness violation suspensions everywhere! Randy Orton and Brock Lesnar say “shit” and get away with it. Sara Del Ray and Adam Pearce get promotions. Shawn Michaels and Scotty 2 Hotty are offered new jobs on the same level as one another. Gawker goes away, Stephanie McMahon titles her autobiography, Flo Rida sucks, and much, much more! Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, the guys try to sneak in as many wrestling theme song references as they can. Drowgoddess returns to recap and review the results from the G1 Climax Tournament in NJPW. Joe Russo and JT Hogan debate whether it’s “Bro” or “Brother.” We ponder what Michelob Ultra beer is superior than (with very little results). And of course we touch briefly on televised wrestling in the United States.
In the news, ESPN is expanding their coverage of professional wrestling (Editor’s Note: probably at the expense of it’s already minimal hockey coverage). Hulu discontinues it’s free service and leaves fans of watching a shortened version of RAW on their platform needing to pay for the service if they want to continue watching. WWE trademark applications are rejected. Updates on injuries to Shelton Benjamin and Paige. Cruiserweight Classic news. Joey Styles released by WWE. Billy Corgan is the new President of TNA, Seth Rollins is banned from another music festival, and much, much more. Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, we start late due to technical issues. Joe bails on the early part of the show. We’re joined by BWF Radio alumnus Drowgoddess, who catches us up on the G1 Climax tournament taking place in New Japan Pro Wrestling. We talk about the internet making things seem more epic than they may be, including Gargano/Ciampa in the Cruiserweight Classic, and Bobby Roode’s NXT Theme.
In the news, Shelton Benjamin is not coming to WWE after all, as a shoulder injury that requires immediate surgery has prevented him from performing. Nikki Bella is not cleared to return to the ring at the moment. The owner of Gawker files for bankruptcy, thanks to Hulk Hogan. Sasha Banks may or may not be married. Ric Flair and Ryback are both officially done with WWE. Eric Bischoff buries TNA, and much, much more. Tune in!
Well, we said that we wanted changes. NJPW gave them to us in abundance. The shock victories on Night #1 were fantastic, but when almost all of the wins are like that, the impact is diluted. After five of the nineteem shows, Makabe leads Block A, with Tenzan and Goto close behind. Nagata leads Block B, with almost everyone else tied for second place. We’re still in the early stages.