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    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!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 217 (MP3, 1:34:45)

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    This week’s break song was “Wynona’s Big Brown Beaver” by Primus.  Buy it here!

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    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!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 216 (MP3, 2:06:08)

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    This week’s break song was “Speed Of Light” by Iron Maiden.  Buy it here!

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    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!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 215 (MP3, 1:40:56)

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    This week’s break song was “Knocking On Wood” by Spose.  Buy it here!

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    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!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 214 (MP3, 1:41:40)

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    This week’s break song was a mashup entitled “The Fresh Prince of Balor”

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    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!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 213 (MP3, 2:02:05)

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    This week’s break song was “Inevitability of Death” by The Tragically Hip.  Buy it here!

  6. BWF212This week on the show, the guys are joined by The Long Cold Dark frontman Drew Celestino – and we actually talk about wrestling!  We run through the Royal Rumble card and talk about how the show has been built up thusfar.  The term “50/50 booking” is brought up quite a few times.

    In the news, we find out who the Royal Rumble announce team is.  Josh Brendl, the Tough Enough winner now known as Bronson Matthews in NXT, has gotten heat over a tweet regarding the Social Outcasts.  AJ Styles WWE debut is looming on the horizon, and we break down possible ways to introduce him to a WWE audience.  Austin Aries debuts in NXT.  Daniel Bryan is cleared by everybody except the WWE’s doctor.  Sunny does porn and it goes where it’s not so Sunny.  Jim Ross joins New Japan on AXS, TNA make themselves look like idiots, and we preview an all new Total Divas.  Tune in!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 212 (MP3, 2:11:14)

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    This week’s break song was “Subconscious (King of Song Style) – Shinsuke Nakamura Theme” as performed by Drew Celestino.  

  7. BWF211This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, Coester returns, Joe forgets what episode we’re doing a couple of times, and we talk about Virgil for a little while.  We talk about what wrestling we’ve watched through the week, including NWA World Championship Wrestling, WCW Monday Nitro, among other stuff.  Joe reveals that he once considered asking former RAW commentator Rob Bartlett to be a guest on the show.  We then talk about WWE being on the cutting edge of technology, including direct phone sales in the 90’s, though Joe couldn’t remember the name of the merch guy they had (post-show research shows it was Barry Didinski).  Joe tries to avoid saying “oh boy.”

    In the news, we get caught up on the last couple of weeks of news, including several members of the NJPW roster giving their notices, and possibly coming to WWE.  We give updates on the injuries suffered by some WWE stars.  We get news on Lucha Underground including possible new talents for season 2.  We find out why James Storm went back to TNA.  Sunny tries to sell her WWE Hall of Fame ring.  All this, plus JT Land, Land of a Thousand G’s, and a completely accurate synopsis of Total Divas.

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 211 (MP3, 2:05:31)

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    This week’s break song was “I’m Afraid of Americans” by David Bowie.  Buy it here!

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    This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, the crew (minus Coester) are joined by Alex of Drunk Redhead and Patrick Walford as they present the 2015 BWF Awards.  (They’re the 2015 awards because they’re for things that happened in 2015, so please no “it’s 2016” e-mails).

    This year the awards take on a new format where anyone voted for can be considered a “winner,” but for the most part, majority votes still rule.  Categories include the old standards such as “Match of the Year” or “Wrestler of the Year,” but also include awards for things such as “Best Animal Character” and “The Mike Rickard Award for Wrestling’s Greatest Moment.”  Who won?  Only one way to find out – tune in!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 210 (MP3, 2:23:41)

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    “I kept tonight open to be on your show, did not go to TNA,”  says legendary wrestling journalist Bill Apter.  “You can quote me on that on Twitter.”  An interview two months in the making, Apter sits down with our own ThinkSoJoe, and jumps right in, referencing his trademark combover and how it makes him easier to spot as he’s photographing older matches.

    In the 38 minute interview, Bill talks about how to be a professional pro wrestling journalist, the Championship Office Wrestling Championship, and his recent trip to England.  He asks about the name “Bored Wrestling Fan,” and talks about whether or not he gets bored with the product after 50 years, praising Kevin Owens and Neville’s match from RAW this past Monday specifically.  We discuss whether three hours is too long, and he tells a story about a body shop where the workers spent 15 minutes discussing RAW.

    We get into a story from Bill’s new book, “Is Wrestling Fixed? I Didn’t Know It Was Broken,” where Bill tries the hotel business, an endeavor in which he compares himself to comedian Jerry Lewis.  The hotel talk continues on to a chapter in Bill’s book about the late Tony Parisi, who owned hotels and restaurants in Niagara Falls.

    We talk about the dangers of being a ringside photographer – particularly when Abdullah The Butcher is involved.  It’s also revealed that the book title was inspired by a conversation Bill had with a young fan about Abdullah.

    Bill teaches Joe how to correctly pronounced Andy Kaufman’s name, then talks about Mike Tyson borrowing subway fare from him.  This leads to a discussion about the New Day, who referenced Tyson this past Monday on RAW.  “The New Day is terrific” says Bill.  He says they’re having fun.  “Don’t you want to have fun at your job?”

    The discussion turns to 1Wrestling.com, Bill’s home on the web.  He talks about the innovations that the site came up with, and how it may be the oldest active pro wrestling site.

    We talk about NJPW, and the rumors of Shinsuke Nakamura and members of the Bullet Club leaving and signing with WWE.  At the time of the interview, we hadn’t seen any confirmation (WWE tweeted about the rumors while we were recording).

    Talk turns to the Royal Rumble and the fact that the WWE Championship will be on the line in the Royal Rumble match for the first time in 23 years.  We talk about possible winners, and possible programs coming out of the event.  We talk about Jericho’s appearance on RAW and his interaction with The New Day.

    Lastly, Joe asks when they were going to do karaoke – to which Bill responds by breaking out a flash drive.  Bill raps “Moon River,” before offering up The Temptations “My Girl” for a duet.  “Now I see why you don’t karaoke,” says Apter.  He plugs upcoming appearances before closing us out with a rendition of Harry Connick, Jr’s “For Once In My Life.”

    BoredWrestlingFan Interview: Bill Apter (MP3, 0:37:39)

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    Find Bill Apter on Twitter at @apter1wrestling, and pick up his book “Is Wrestling Fixed?  I Didn’t Know It Was Broken!” on our Amazon store.

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    This episode of BWF Radio is dedicated to the memory of Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister.

    After a week off, most of the crew returns to work.  The new season starts as G gets settled in to his new studio and Joe fixes up his old one.  The guys catch up, and talk about random stuff, as per usual, and a little bit of wrestling, including a preview of New Japan’s Wrestle Kingdom 10.

    In the news, there are possible changes coming for the Slammy Awards after several award winners weren’t available to accept their awards.  Two cage matches are being advertised for SmackDown on USA.  Swerved gets renewed.  Injury updates on Nikki Bella and Cesaro.  Mike Bennett and Maria have apparently signed a deal with TNA.  News on Lucha Underground.  A new streaming service is launched.  Gregory Iron and Zack Gowen launch their own promotion.  All this, and much more.  Tune in!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 209 (MP3, 1:46:03)

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    This week’s break song was “Born To Raise Hell” by Motörhead with Ice-T and Whitfield Crane.  Buy it here!



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