This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, Mark, G, and Joe try to remember what happened in the world of professional wrestling for the week, and keep coming back to “an historic” announcement they seem to recall being made this past Monday. Joe talks about podcasting live from Warped Tour this past week, and Coester calls in live on location from the same amusement park Joe broadcasted Warped Tour from.
In the news, we pay our respects to Nikolai Volkoff and Brian Christopher “Grand Master Sexay” Lawler, who both passed away today. We give you the scoop on where you can (and likely can’t) find CM Punk. Information on a new professional wrestling show coming to television soon. Updates on the contracts of former NJPW talent in WWE, the WWE NXT UK tapings, and our very own Miz & Mrs. preview.
This week, JT joins us briefly while pre-pregaming for the Rob Zombie/Marilyn Manson concert. Joe laments the fact that even though he went to RAW on Monday, he can’t remember much of what happened. We also talk about SmackDown, present the card for tonight’s Slammiversary XVI event from Impact Wrestling, and get into a discussion about when it’s appropriate for an audience to hijack a show.
In the news, David Arquette returns to the ring, Hulk Hogan returns to the WWE Hall of Fame, our Total Bellas preview, and (not) much more! Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, it’s just G and Joe, who discuss He-Man vs. Thundercats, some shows to binge watch on Netflix and other places, and finally about the week in professional wrestling – kinda. We run down the Extreme Rules card for this evening, pointing out the lack of “extreme” matches throughout.
In the news, Jim Ross was injured at the NJPW G1 Special. ROH gets their MSG date back, and we discuss the choice between ROH at the Garden and NXT at Barclays Center. Brock Lesnar is to be portrayed as a disloyal employee on WWE television. What a stretch that will be. Dana Warrior is haunted, Titus O’Neil countersues, Paul Heyman on the writing staff, and our preview of Total Bellas. Tune in!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, we discuss things that happened on RAW and SmackDown, even though for the most part, we either didn’t watch or don’t remember. We discuss the merits of Dr. Shelby – or at least we give our ideas of how the character could be better used instead of being involved in this angle with Bayley and Sasha Banks. We discuss the lack of extreme on the current Extreme Rules card one week prior to the show.
In the news, we break down the heat between Nia Jax and Alexa Bliss. A potential reason why Team Hell No reunited is revealed. Bray Wyatt causes an accident but manages to escape relatively unscathed. Brock Lesnar appears at UFC and challenges their Heavyweight Champion. Ruby Riott and Bobby Roode appear to have injured their knees. Hiromu Takahashi may have a broken neck.
Then somehow, some way, this show devolves into us talking about Vanilla Ice for 30 minutes or so. Why? Tune in to find out!
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, Joe and Coester lament the heat while G enjoys a relaxing Canada Day. We talk about Toys R Us, the lack of extreme rules in the current WWE Extreme Rules card, and try to remember anything at all from wrestling this week. Joe hosts a charity event, while Coester does car repairs. The jukebox next door to Joe’s studio is cranked so loud it manages to make an appearance on the show. We read some great posts from Reddit, and more. Tune in!
This week on PodMania Pro-Wrestling Podcasts Presents BoredWrestlingFan Radio, JT tells us all about his trip to Delaware. We lament the passing of heavy metal icon Vinnie Paul Abbott. We discuss great wrestling programming to fall asleep to – which devolves into a Ready To Rumble quote-fest. We run down Money In The Bank, try to remember RAW and SmackDown, and Joe at least mentions that he’s watched Lucha Underground.
In the news, the wrestling world mourns the loss of Vader. Details come out about ROH booking – and then losing – a show at Madison Square Garden. WWE seems to be planning to have the special guest referee we all hoped for when the last ever Triple H vs. The Undertaker match was announced for Australia. Big Cass is released, and Sami Zayn is out of action until possibly 2019. Tune in!
This week on PodMania Pro-Wrestling Podcasts Presents Bored Wrestling Fan Radio, we discuss the go-home shows for Money In The Bank – with some help from recaps elsewhere on the internet, because they were so lackluster that we couldn’t remember them only 5 and 6 days later. We talk about last night’s NXT Takeover: Chicago event, including a discussion on where Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa go from here. Plus we run down the card for tonight’s Money In The Bank event.
In the news – well, not much. Dr. Chris Amann possibly defames himself in a pre-trial deposition in his defamation case against CM Punk. WWE announces a huge show in Australia which features a match between Triple H and The Undertaker that promises to be the “end of an era.” Where have we heard that before? Your WWE 2K19 cover athlete and pre-order DLC is revealed, Chris Jericho claims he’s All Out, and the rumored main event for SummerSlam. Tune in!
This week on PodMania Pro-Wrestling Podcasts Presents BoredWrestlingFan Radio, we show up late, talk about CM Punk’s loss at UFC 225, Chris Jericho’s IWGP Intercontinental Championship victory, as well as Kenny Omega winning the IWGP Heavyweight Championship at NJPW Dominion, and gloss over this week in WWE.
In the news, Punk at least claimed victory in the court room this week as he and Colt Cabana were found not guilty in Dr. Chris Amann’s defamation lawsuit. Jericho and Omega weren’t the only ones taking home new gold in NJPW. Ronda Rousey gets honored by UFC, our Total Bellas preview, and more!
This week, PodMania Pro-Wrestling Podcasts Presents BoredWrestlingFan Radio, also presented by WeGotDiscounts.com. We talk about what little we can remember from RAW and SmackDown Live this week – which isn’t much. Then we joke about the CM Punk/Dr. Chris Amann trial and the riveting coverage of it from WrestleZone, featuring such gems as “Punk positively identifies the speedo as his speedo.”
In the news, we talk a bit more in-depth and seriously about the CM Punk trial. Also, news on Enzo Amore and his “consensual penis.”
This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio presented by WeGotDiscounts.com, Joe mocks fans who thought they’d get good, quality programming with Sami Zayn’s segment with Bobby Lashley’s “sisters” on RAW. We discuss the news that WWE has sold the SmackDown broadcast rights to FOX for $1 Billion. We discuss the history of shows that have switched networks and their survival rates – specifically sitcoms and animated programming – but also, to an extent, professional wrestling.
In the news, WWE extends PPV times, moving to a 6PM Kickoff show and a 7PM start time for non-“Big Four” PPV events. Meanwhile, with the move to FOX, word is that WWE will be booking more for television ratings than for Pay Per View/WWE Network numbers. News on CM Punk, John Morrison, and more. Tune in!