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  1. BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 141

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    This week on BoredWrestlingFan Radio, the entire crew is there – and between the five of them, they hadn’t watched all of the wrestling television that aired.  Joe blames it on the Simpsons marathon that’s been airing for the last 11 days.  We briefly talk RAW and IMPACT.  In the news, the latest on Rey Mysterio and Alberto Del Rio’s battles with WWE.  AAA talent are announced for their upcoming show on the El Rey network.  Jake “The Snake” Roberts health issues are discussed.  We talk about “The Monday Night War” series on the WWE Network.  Billy Graham hates Abdullah The Butcher.  Daniel Bryan’s beard gets animated for WWE 2K15.  And The Rock mistakes Hornswoggle for a Make A Wish kid.  All this and much more on BWF Radio Episode 141!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 141 (MP3, 2:08:42)


    This week’s break song was “Whitewash” by Buckethead.  Buy it here!

  2. BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 129

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    Punk looks so sad.

    The gang’s all here to talk about the week in wrestling.  We talk about Payback before we dive into RAW – and how difficult it is to watch live.  We debate the options available as far as The Shield and Evolution’s futures following Batista’s departure and Seth Rollins’ betrayal.  In the news, we find out where negotiations are as far as TNA and Spike TV go.  We talk about the attendance, or lack thereof, at a recent TNA BaseBrawl event.  Batista comments on the #Bluetista hashtag.  Superstar Billy Graham tells us why he’s never watching wrestling again.  We get updates on the status of both Sting and The Undertaker.  Wrestling With Wregret‘s Brian Zane joins us to talk about his music and production work, his experience in the wrestling business, and his thoughts on the current mainstream product.  All this and more on BWFRadio 129!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 129 (MP3, 2:07:24)


    This week’s break song was “The Heel’s Lament (I’d Do Anything for Heat) by Brian Zane.

  3. BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 65

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    Bone Chilling….

    This week on BWF Radio, the Randy Orton robot problem strikes home as G becomes “one of them.”  Meanwhile, Rytman loses his mind in the Mixlr comments, revealing an obsession with lemurs.  Meanwhile, ThinkSoJoE, JT, and Jorge talk wrestling.  Joe reveals what you didn’t see at Old School RAW on Monday, JT tells us what we didn’t see (because we didn’t watch) on ROH this weekend, we give you the WWE Main Event results, and a SmackDown review so hilarious Joe almost cried from laughing so hard.  We pay our respects to William “Paul Bearer” Moody, and read a story from a woman whose life was changed by his generosity.  We also reveal the whereabouts of Zack Ryder, debate whether the @VinceMcMahon twitter account is real, and ponder what his WWE Legends contract will mean for Sean Waltman.  What does the future hold for Rey Mysterio?  Why does Billy Graham really want out of the WWE Hall of Fame?  How much has DDP raised thusfar for Scott Hall’s medical bills?  We answer all of this here on BWF Radio!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 65 (MP3, 2:03:13)


  4. BWF Radio Episode 59: Royal Rumble Roundtable

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    Don’t bother me, I’m dancin!

    It’s a BWF Radio of Royal Rumble sized proportions!  Joe, Jorge, JT, G, Hornsby of BotchedSpot, Brian Muller of Buffalo’s Scarlet Embrace, and Brian DeVille and Frankie Feathers of Empire State Wrestling battle to get a word in edgewise as the 8 men give their thoughts and predictions for the WWE’s annual Royal Rumble  Pay Per View event.  Plus, all the wrestling news of the week, including Chris Jericho’s desired new wrestling name, The Rock’s “Teddy Bear,” an update on Superstar Billy Graham’s health, and much, much more.  Tune in for this supersized edition of BWF Radio!

    BWF Radio Episode 59 (MP3, 2:29:56)

  5. BWF Radio Episode 58

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    WTF is gravity?

    The BWF Crew are once again joined by Alice Radley from Rational Wrestling Review, and promptly screw up the name of her site.  We talk RAW, SmackDown, Impact, Main Event, Saturday Morning Slam, ECW on TNN, Wrestling Society X, and Shotgun Saturday Night.  Give or take a few.  Then we talk about all the great wrestling news.  We wish Superstar Billy Graham the best as he deals with health issues.  We question when Bully Ray obtained “muscular, tan arms,” find out what magazines Alice compares the Divas and Knockouts to, and much, much more.  Also, how would Jorge comfort an emotional JT?  Tune in and find out!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 58 (MP3, 2:11:27)

    Our break song was “She Creeps” by Ed Gein.  Buy it here.

  6. BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 57

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    El Generico with a not-so-generic move!

    Greetings, fellow Bored Wrestling Fans!  ThinkSoJoE, JT, G, and Jorge bring you another great episode of BWF Radio!  This week, we rant about The Rock!  All of the wrestling television from the week is discussed, as well as Superstar Billy Graham’s reaction to CM Punk’s RAW promo.  Zack Ryder’s YouTube show is history, is his career next?  WHERE’S TRENT?  Unemployed.  We talk about the new TNA PPV structure, and propose six PPVs that WWE should keep on their calendar if they decide to follow in the trend of dropping events.  Joe and Jorge vehemently defend ECW’s production values in comparison to ROH’s, and we send our congratulations to Mick Foley for being the first inductee into the 2013 class of the WWE Hall of Fame!

    BoredWrestlingFan Radio Episode 57 (MP3, 1:59:58)

    This week’s break song was “Exit Only” by Fugazi.  Buy it from us!

  7. ThinkSoJoE’s Thoughts: 40″ of snow edition!


    Hey all!  A few days ago, Drowgoddess lamented on the fact that three members of the BWF staff were in the process of moving, including Jamie Kennedy, JT, and myself.  My move took all of a day as I moved from Niagara Falls, NY to Buffalo, NY.  South Buffalo, NY.  Yes, the same South Buffalo you just saw on the Weather Channel for the past two days as we got buried under 40″ of snow.  Meanwhile, back in Niagara Falls, there is absolutely no snow on the ground.  Yeah.  I picked a good time to move.

    My car got stuck Thursday morning, and I called AAA to come tow me out (and change the tire I popped).  Twelve hours later, they called to tell me they were helpless to help since they couldn’t get down my street without worrying about getting stuck themselves.  The city towed me the next day, and it took me three hours to figure out where they towed it to.  I still can’t find a spot on my street…

    Alas, this is a wrestling website, and I’m sure something must’ve happened in the world of Sports Entertainment this week.  Ah yes, that’s right.  MVP asked for, and was granted, a release from his WWE contract.  Word is that MVP is trying to head out to Japan for work for the time being.

    News is also coming out this week that Superstar Billy Graham has officially booked his last public appearance.  Graham’s failing health has led to his announcement that the WrestleReunion event in Los Angeles, January 29-31, will be his last public appearance of any kind.  Graham indicates that the end is near for his “run on this Earth,” and while he’s still with us, we’d like to take the opportunity to thank him for paving the way for the professional wrestlers of today.

    Matt Hardy babbled on the internet about somethingorother.  I couldn’t be bothered to pay any attention.  I’m sick of Matt Hardy going online and complaining about anything to anybody who will listen.  He’s an attention starved, out of shape, past his prime crybaby with too much time on his hands.  Shut up, Matt.

    Kaitlyn won WWE NXT Season 3.  Nobody cared.  The season 4 pros and rookies were announced.  Again, nobody cared.  Once the show isn’t on TV anymore, nobody cares.  Bring on Tough Enough already.

    WWE seems to have decided not to go with the whole “Juan Cena” angle.  Which is probably a good thing.  If you ask me, the whole thing was a work.  WWE decided to screw with the IWC, even going as far as to have the character listed on house show cards and actually debut at one last Sunday night.  Hell, until he attacked Slater and Gabriel after their tag match, we didn’t actually SEE John Cena – just his armbands.  Kudos, WWE.  You got one over on us.

    Finally, we’re hearing that Shawn Michaels will be involved in some way with the WWE Tribute to the Troops this year, which takes place at Fort Hood, TX.  Before you get all up in arms about him doing the same thing that Ric Flair did after the amazing retirement celebration WWE gave him, keep in mind that this is more of a promotional appearance than a return to the WWE.  HBK has been a big name in the WWE for the past 20+ years, so why wouldn’t they promote him for an NBC broadcast?

    Until next time, take care and stay warm!

  8. TNA iMPACT: May 3, 2010… Back to the Formula…


    After the worst week in recent iMPACT history (0.5) last Monday, how will the Orlando crew address this on a live to air episode. One thing we can be sure of is that tonight’s episode will be Bubba the Love Sponge free since he got his ass turfed on the weekend for basically… being himself (i.e. total waste of flesh piece of trash). Which “band” member will no show/show up drunk… tonight?

    – We kickstart the show with a brief teaser of Hogan and Bischoff in a limo discussing another person coming in and defecting implied from WWE. Tenay and Taz announce that due to feedback, iMPACT will be moving back to Thursday nights. Also, they are adding a new show called TNA Reaction (not sure when this will air, but it sounds like Thursday as well). Hence, admitted failure!

    – Nature Boy, Ric Flair’s music hits but it’s Black Machismo, Jay Lethal who comes out. He is not dressed like Randy Savage, rather in a suit and is wearing Flair’s HOF ring. Superstar Billy Graham somewhere feels confirmed in his fairly recent allegations against the fraud the WWE calls a Hall of Fame. And he does a pretty convincing impression (including attacking his jacket).



    – This is turn brings out Flair and he’s pissed. Lethal apologizes, gives back the ring, and tells Flair that this was something all he’s want to do his whole life… even if for 2 minutes. It’s a pretty endearing little rant, but Flair will have NONE of it. “I’m Ric Flair, I AM WRESTLING!” and slaps him across the face… Lethal slaps back and they go back a forth a bit until Lethal slaps on the figure four. Heels pour out of the back to back up Flair… Abyss and Team 3D clears the ring. Chaos! RVD comes down with a chair and the heels bail. The only bad part about this segment was Flair having his shirt off for most of it…



    – An ad for Deadliest Warrior featuring Jesse James versus Al Capone is tomorrow. And it’s going to be awesome.

    -RVD (w/ 3D, Abyss and Lethal) call out Desmond Wolfe, Beer Money!, and AJ Styles to continue the brawl. They do, and I can’t find many non-porn clusterfuck images… so you’ll have to get the idea. This continues for a bit until Hogan makes his way out… Hogan somehow takes out all of the heels with absolutely no moves. Pretty odd.

    This ^ is odder…

    – We come back, and Hogan more or less books everyone into matches for the night… and since I’ll to those as we suffer through tonight’s episode. Then cut to Sting up in the rafters pacing… more commercials.

    – The Beautiful People are in their dressing room applying the pancake and having a bull bitch session about having to defend their titles tonight… eye candy? Yes. Relevant promo? No.

    – Doug Williams was stripped of his X Division title (the volcano from last month prevented him to make the last PPV). That was pretty lame on TNA. He lets us know he is still the title holder in his own mind and will face Kazarian at the next PPV event. Him and Kendrick (stoned from the bong rips with RVD earlier) will tag against Shannon Moore and Jesse Neil and their retarded Mohawks… we used to call these types of guys “Punks for a day” in Calgary when going in indie shows back in the early-mid nineties. Punk rock is a mentality, not the way you look. Matt Morgan continues his pluralized reference to himself on commentary.

    – In all fairness, this is a fun high spotfest of a match. If you’re like me, this was a highlight of the night. Team Mohawk picks up the win in a far too short match. Samoa Joe comes out post match and takes out both Kendrick and Williams.


    Punk for a day!

    – Flair and his heel crew meet backstage as Flair tries to “coach” them. Then cut to a Hogan interview about building up the new TNA and whining about Sting going awry. I call this filler. Tenay/Taz + Sting explanation = blah, blah, blah… meh.

    – Desmond Wolfe won the fan voting poll for the number one contender shot, which seems about right. Last time I checked, Wolfe and Hardy were both tied for 27% with no one else even close to contending. I guess those internet indie darlings do well when the internet actually gets the opportunity to vote, eh Daniel Bryan? We then cut to Mr. Anderson beating the crap out of your Pope, my Pope… the Pope backstage. Anderson is wearing some fucked up choir boy outfit and takes Dinero’s Pope Glasses and walks off.


    I never tire of this picture.

    – Anderson makes his way down to address the congregation. As per usual, I will just take in the over-the-top antics that are Ken Anderson. After delivering the gospel in the fashion of a Jim Baker style southern evangelist, the crowd is clearly divided, but loud “We want Pope” chants prevail. This is turn, logically of course, calls for Jeff Hardy whose first retort is “The Congregation and the Creatures of the Night are one and the same.” … … Anderson puts on his WTF epic logic fail face to my own pleasure. This is getting too gothic and emo for my comprehension. Hardy’s challenge to face Anderson is turned down… so Hardy KO’s him and uses his hands to make Anderson’s mouth move like a puppet and accept the challenge at Sacrifice.


    – By the way, after Hardy rips the choir boy outfit off of Anderson, Ken’s trunks say the following on the reverse: “Talk into…” and on the front “…the mic.” I wouldn’t wear these with Orlando Jordan around unless you are REALLY comfortable with your sexuality.

    – Like the PatMan, known amongst the inner circles as PatMan of all that is Horny, the Beautiful People are out to defend their Tag and World titles against Sarita, Taylor Wilde, and Tara in an “I Don’t Understand the Stipulations Either” match. “What’s Lacey doing… it’s like the Elaine dance from Seinfeld…”


    Good call Taz! AWKWARD…

    – The match dissolves fast shortly thereafter allowing for the Beautiful People to retain all of their titles while Tara’s antics take out Sarita and piss off Taylor Wilde. So far, not a lot of action tonight. Hemme addresses the issue with Tara post match… Tara will put her career on the line against Rayne for the title….

    – Three way tag match. Team 3D versus Beer Money! versus the Motor City Machine Guns. If there is any justice, the MCMG’s (best tag team out there) will prevail. God hates wrestling fans so…


    Charles Barkley@ G: “I’ve got a public speaking function tonight, so I have to skip out on the TNA stuff…

    G@ Charles Barkley: “Ok, just let me know when I have to bail you out of jail again…” Click here for stats on celebrities and how many times they’ve been bailed out.

    – In what starts out to have potential is ruined quickly… dammit. The “Band” interferes and a DQ is issued. In a turn, Eric Young runs down and appears to have joined the Band by making the Wolfpack gang signs. The MCMG’s pull some awesome double teaming to take out the Band briefly until Beer Money! takes them out. I didn’t see Waltman anywhere out there… so Waltman must be the guy to not show up or show up drunk as I referred to at the start of this retarded review.

    – Welcome to the “O Zone” with your sexually ambiguous host Orlando Jordan. Honestly I will try to give this a chance… He brings out Rob Terry as promised last week, in the form of a cardboard cutout. Meh. The real Terry comes out, attacks Jordan, turns his back, Orlando takes him out. Tumbleweeds blow through as nobody is shocked nor cares.

    – Monster’s Ball Match (i.e. garbage weapons match) between Styles and Abyss. I’m doing my best to stay awake…. it’s 1 AM here and I worked from 8:30 AM through 11:00 PM today (and did I mention I’ve been drinking?). It’s a pretty decent bout, but for some reason Chelsea comes out to distract? Umm… who? The ruse is used to allow Flair to toss brass knuckles in and allow Styles to use them for a win. And Abyss of course ends up in a pile of tacks as Styles picks up the win. What the point of that was, is beyond me. WEAPONS ARE LEGAL. BRASS KNUCKLES ARE LEGAL. STUPID.


    WTF?!?! Weapons are legal!

    – Finally, we get RVD versus Desmond Wolfe in what HAS to be our main event. It sure starts off good with some excellent ring action… I’m focusing my typing hands on watching this… ahh crap, another 2 minute match in what could have been epic. Retarded. After RVD picks up the win with the 5 Star Frog Splash, he is attacked by Styles…

    – Hogan finds Jarrett beat up backstage… due to Sting. Right, I could give a shit about his heel turn forgot about that.

    – Hogan calls out Sting, who comes down to retort… Basically Sting says it’s about Hogan having a “veil of protection” throughout the years and that he loves TNA, blah blah blah. Hogan uses the word “brother” a bunch and pretty much says nothing. Sting cackles, “I’ve always said you’re one of the best chess players of all time […] it’s your move Hulkster.” Hogan throws down the challenge to take his best shot. Jarrett comes down first and attacks Sting with his own bat. Hogan and Jeff argue as Sting gets to his feet…

    – The TNA logo comes up, and I’m out.


    Charles Barkley@ G: “Ok, I need that bailout G. Hook a brother up honkey!”

    G@ Charles Barkley: “Good. I’ve got no time for final thoughts this week anyways…”