This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, in honor of WrestleMania 32 we talk about wrestling for most of the show. We discuss the Hall of Fame induction ceremony last night, including the induction speeches, and the huge difference between what Warrior wanted for his award and what actually is being done with it. We of course talk about NXT Takeover: Dallas, and the great match between Shinsuke Nakamura and Sami Zayn. We give our WrestleMania 32 predictions.
In the news, we get word on possible surprises for WrestleMania. We find out what wrestlers make the most money in WWE. A big change may be coming for the Divas division. News on a “big stunt” that may be performed during the Undertaker/Shane McMahon match. Some names are announced for the WWE Global Crusierweight Series. Ivelisse injures her foot again. Bret Hart rants on Hulk Hogan. Our Total Divas recap returns, and much, much more. Tune in!
This week on BWF Radio, we’re joined by David Fuller and Michael McCurdy of IHWE, fresh off of a sold out show in Eureka, California last night and preparing to present NWA Parade of Champions to kick off WrestleMania weekend in Fort Worth, TX this Thursday night. Joe shares some stories of Empire State Wrestling’s Knight of Justice. The crew laments how many wrestling podcasts there are nowadays.
In the news, TNA signs new talent. Sting gives an update on the news that he’s “retired.” More WWE talent are bitten by the injury bug. Matt Striker endears himself to us further with a Simpsons reference during Aztec Warfare 2. More on Hulk Hogan vs. Gawker. Updates on John Cena and Randy Orton. All this and much, much more on BoredWrestlingFan Radio!
This week on a G-less BoredWrestlingFan Radio, Joe explains why he chose not to go to the WWE house show in Buffalo last night, and joins JT in drinking during today’s episode. We reveal what NFL Pro Bowlers Gary Barnidge (of the Cleveland Browns) and DeAngelo Williams (of the Pittsburgh Steelers) want you to do to win a ticket to WrestleMania 32.
In the news, Hulk Hogan wins $115 million in his lawsuit with Gawker. We get an update on Neville’s injury from RAW. Sting is forced to retire. Shane McMahon makes fun of himself on Twitter. The Tough Enough winner makes his NXT debut. Eric Young and Bobby Roode give their notice to TNA. WWE will be hosting part of a tournament in EVOLVE. All this and much, much more on BoredWrestlingFan. Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, Daylight Savings Time throws everybody off, leading to Joe and Noyce to miss the start of the show. We actually talk about wrestling a little bit as we discuss WWE’s Road Block special on the WWE Network. The poor ratings for what was billed as Kurt Angle’s last match are discussed, as Joe actually tuned in for it. And of course we talk about whatever the hell else comes to mind as well.
In the news, we get a lot of quotes from Hulk Hogan’s Gawker lawsuit. The Iron Sheik writes a letter supporting Hogan. The rest of the WWE Hall of Fame inductees are revealed. Mr. Anderson is released from TNA, our Total Divas preview gets pre-empted, and more! Tune in!
This week, BWF Radio returns to its roots as the original core trio of Joe, JT, and G host the show on their own. We talk sports – not sports entertainment, but actual sports, such as hockey, basketball, and football. We talk television, and upcoming movies and TV shows based on Stephen King books. The Oscars are briefly discussed.
In the news, we pay our respects to Hayabusa, who passed away this past week. We discuss how the Undertaker/Shane McMahon angle could play out as we learn their upcoming appearance schedules. We learn more about Shinsuke Nakamura, Doc Gallows, and Karl Anderson’s upcoming roles in WWE. We find out who the top paid executives in WWE are – and Vince McMahon isn’t at the top of the list. Sunny gets butt hurt over Edge and Christian, Rhino runs for office, Lucha Underground gets iTunes distribution, Hulk Hogan’s Beach Shop is evacuated, and the best Total Divas show recap in all of the internet. All this, and much, much more on BoredWrestlingFan.
This week on BWF Radio, JT Hogan lays down a challenge for WrestleMania. The guys debate about Fuller House. Then we actually talk about wrestling for a little while because we ran out of other random crap to talk about. Occasionally that happens!
In the news, The Godfather is going into the WWE Hall of Fame. A company that makes it’s money by trying to convince people it’s real has a guy pretend to actually be hurt. WWE The Music Volume 4 is trash – or at least someone found a very noteworthy copy there. The latest word on Shinsuke Nakamura. Tugboat almost headlined WrestleMania. All this, a very brief Total Divas preview, and much more on BoredWrestlingFan Radio. Tune in!
This week, we try to find the worst songs we can possibly think of, thanks to JT’s playing of “What Is Love” by Haddaway at the top of the show. We kill a bunch of time with that, and manage to avoid talking about wrestling for most of the first hour, because, y’know, wrestling podcast.
We’re joined by JT and Coester’s fellow Syracusian, Francis Fu for the news. We speculate on who Undertaker’s opponent for WrestleMania could be. Brie Bella confirms she’s eventually leaving WWE. Wade Barrett reportedly decided to not continue with WWE past his contract end date – and Ryback is already planning to steal his moves. News on finances for Lucha Underground and Ring of Honor, GFW gets a TV deal, and TNA makes bad booking decisions. All this, our analysis of the next episode of Total Divas, and much, much more. Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, the guys talk about what Valentine’s Day means to them. Which amounts to pretty much nothing, as the discussion devolves into the way to properly cook (among other things) a steak for Steak and a BJ Day next month.
In the news, Daniel Bryan retires from professional wrestling. Titus O’Neil gets suspended for 90 – no – 60 days because being chivalrous is misconstrued as horsing around in WWE’s eyes, apparently. We get news on the contract status of a couple of AAA in Mexico. We get an update on the condition of Bret “Hitman” Hart. David Otunga hangs with Kanye West, Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan don’t. All this, our Total Divas synopsis, and much, much more. Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, we try our best to avoid talking about both wrestling and American football, as it is Super Sunday in the United States. Joe explains his ghetto setup for his new board, because technical details are fun to listen to. We try desperately to figure out what movie MavenFan is on Netflix to no avail.
In the news, Axl Rotten passes away. Bret Hart announces he has prostate cancer. Finn Balor is injured at an NXT live event. Bull Dempsey takes his Bull Fit and goes home, along with Sylvester LeFort, and Marcus Louis. Lucha Underground turns down advances from WWE and TNA. CM Punk’s first UFC opponent is finally revealed. Our weekly Total Divas synopsis, and much, much more. Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, we’re joined by IHWE representative Michael McCurdy, who talks to us about last night’s New Years Knockout event, which experienced a power outage and has been referred to as “New Years Blackout,” “NWA Beware of Dog,” and other lights out puns. We turn the topic to the upcoming NWA Parade of Champions event in Fort Worth, TX which kicks off WrestleMania weekend. We talk about the transition from Insane Hardcore Wrestling Entertainment to Iconic Heroes of Wrestling Excellence, and the company’s new partnership with the National Wrestling Alliance. We talk about Jim Cornette, fast food, Sunny’s new business venture, among other topics.
In the news, we find out more about the contract AJ Styles has with WWE. Shinsuke Nakamura is confirmed to also be on his way. Triple H breaks a record. Lana gets more backstage heat. The Rock causes a “nightmare” for Vince McMahon. Daniel Bryan is cleared by more doctors, but still not by the one who counts. Injury updates on Hideo Itami, Nikki Bella, and Alberto Del Rio. Awesome Kong is sent home from TNA’s UK tour. Jay Lethal and ReDragon re-sign with ROH. Lucha Underground returns to television. We preview this week’s Total Divas as only we can. All this, and much, much more on BoredWrestlingFan Radio! Tune in!