Today on the show, Joe has trouble logging in to Skype. JT compares G to Uber Jason, to which Drowgoddess explains why that’s a bad idea given the recent public relations problems Uber has had. Joe urges wrestling fans to shut the fuck up and enjoy wrestling as a show instead of complaining about booking. An in-depth discussion about the finish of the Women’s Money In The Bank match ensues.
In the news, Mauro Ranallo returns to WWE. Cody Rhodes wins the ROH Championship (which leads to Drowgoddess discussing the upcoming NJPW California shows). WWE attempts to fix low ratings. Impact Wrestling’s new booking committee is revealed. Vince Russo’s restraining order against Jim Cornette is revealed, and more! Tune in!
This week, we jump right into talking about *gasp* professional wrestling as we quickly talk about Money In The Bank. Then we move on to more important topics, such as Coester’s sex life and what you can buy from the KISS online store. We talk about old WWE memorabilia Joe found while cleaning out the studio closet.
In the news, WWE has a legends segment planned for Money In The Bank tonight. Southpaw Regional Wrestling may come back. So might The Undertaker. Mike Bennett and Maria Kanellis may or may not show up at MITB tonight. Wrestlers are announced for the Mae Young Classic. An update on the condition of Tomoaki Honma. WWE protects it’s copyrights. All this and more – Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, we talk about allergies, differences in various school districts, and pay our respects to the late Adam West, who passed away earlier this week. We discuss what little we know about what’s going on in the world of North American professional wrestling, particularly the Samoa Joe/Brock Lesnar match upcoming at “Great Balls of Fire.” Drowgoddess updates us on NJPW following “Dominion.”
In the news, Samoa Joe is in a unique position to make North American wrestling history at GBOF. Updates on the health of NJPW stars Honma and Shibata. Curtis Axel celebrates a decade in WWE. James Storm gets the nod for the Impact Wrestling Hall of Fame. WCPW bounces back, Ric Flair gets beat up, and WWE teaches it’s superstars how to properly use social media. All this and much more! Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, Joe experiments with trying to run the show from a makeshift studio on his porch. It doesn’t go so well and the first 15 minutes of the show is spent trying to correct the issues, which was still probably more entertaining than whatever WWE is going to give you tonight for Extreme Rules. Speaking of Extreme Rules, we give a quick rundown of the card, and why most of the stipulations are pretty nonsensical. Drowgoddess talks about NJPW Best of the Super Juniors, and what to expect coming up from New Japan.
In the news, WWE RAW has it’s second lowest rating ever. We discuss WhatCulture Pro Wrestling and the ineptitude of having a business model that relies solely on YouTube advertising revenue considering how YouTube’s advertising policy is constantly changing. Injury updates on Tomasso Ciampa and wrestling legend Harley Race. WWE uses a female referee, Dolph Ziggler stands a woman up, Eric Young loves hockey, and much more! Tune in!
This week on Bored Wrestling Fan, Joe reveals that he is no longer watching wrestling – at least not main roster WWE wrestling – for the time being. We talk about jobs we’ve had, and about fast food restaurants. We talk about the very little we all watched of WWE Backlash last Sunday. Drowgoddess keeps us up to date on what’s going on in NJPW, including Naito physically damaging the IWGP Intercontinental Championship.
In the news, Jinder Mahal’s WWE Championship win pops the SmackDown rating. More news on the ongoing issues between Matt Hardy and Impact Wrestling. WWE cancels shows in Manchester after the horrific bombing at an Ariana Grande concert. A discussion on how YouTube classifying wrestling as “not advertiser friendly” has affected What Culture Pro Wrestling after the company canceled some upcoming shows. We talk about Baywatch and other “bad movies.” All this and much more, tune in!
The crew returns from a week off and… well, we can’t quite find much to talk about as most of us hadn’t watched much wrestling in that time span. We do talk briefly about NXT Takeover: Chicago from last night, and run down the Backlash card for tonight. Drowgoddess lets us know what’s happening in NJPW.
In the news, WWE and NBC choose to do more picture-in-picture content during ad breaks on WWE programming. Chicago fans shut down CM Punk chants at Takeover. Randy Orton dives into twitter backlash for comments he made last week. WWE creative is running out of ideas. News on John Cena’s WWE return, Matt Sydal’s Impact Wrestling deal, The Rock running for President, and much more! Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, Joe celebrates not having to work after the show with beer. We run down everything that happened on WWE TV and PPV in the past week – and then still have a half hour to talk about everything else we feel like talking about.
In the news, X-Pac is arrested for possession of meth and marijuana. Ember moon is injured. Charlotte talks about working Tuesdays. An update on WWE’s women’s tournament. The latest on the Broken Hardys lawsuit. Adam Cole’s contract expires. Matt Sydal talks about 205 Live. All this and more! Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, Joe, JT, G, and Noyce talk about (say it with me) anything other than wrestling. We talk about concerts, drugs, music, and everything in between, and – of course – Joe and G talk hockey. Eventually we relent and give thoughts and predictions on tonight’s WWE Payback Pay Per View.
In the news, the Mauro Ranallo saga continues. News on the ownership of the “Broken” gimmick, and Jeff Hardy’s previous drug issues while being a member of the WWE roster. NJPW injury updates on Homna and Shibata. Contract updates on several wrestlers, an early look at the Vince McMahon biopic, our very own Total Divas preview, and much, much more. Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, Joe reveals that he’s found someone even worse than MavenFan. JT reveals that his weekly hangout is closing soon. We go through the results of this week’s WWE programming. Joe watches old TNA content.
In the news, we pay our respects to the late Matt Anoa’i, better known as Rosey. We get the latest update on the Mauro Ranallo/JBL situation. The reason behind the push of Jinder Mahal and the former Bollywood Boys is revealed. Asuka passes Goldberg, and it’s revealed that her entire streak happened since Jinder’s last Smackdown win. Global Force Wrestling officially merges with Impact Wrestling. We get into a discussion about Vader’s health and whether or not he should be booked following an incident where he passed out during a match in Japan this week. Austin may interview The Undertaker, Bully Ray and Tommy Dreamer make a surprising claim about Shane McMahon, our Total Divas preview, and much more! Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, we uncharacteristically limit our non-wrestling talk in an effort to keep our Easter Sunday show short for our listeners. We have a discussion about the injury to Katsuyori Shibata, and the reporting surrounding it. We discuss how the situation compares to the health issues of Daniel Bryan, and what was done when boxer “Baby” Joe Mesi suffered the same injury over a decade ago. We discuss the WWE Superstar Shakeup.
In the news, we talk about Braun Strowman’s attack on Roman Reigns on RAW, and how it spurred a petition to have Strowman fired from WWE. Jinder Mahal may get a push despite injuring Finn Balor on RAW. More about the JBL bullying scandal. Alberto El Patron rants again, we give our preview of Total Bellas, and much more! Tune in!