If you are a wrestling fan, then you know what went down this past week and as promised we are back to talk about it all. Download and support the show…BOOM!
You didn’t ask for it, but we’re giving it to you anyway. It’s for your own good and frankly I can’t imagine where this podcast would be without it. Which is why, for the second week in a row, we are presenting even more in-depth analysis of everybody’s favorite new “reality” show, Total Divas. The much “anticipated” second episode aired this past Sunday and to steal a line from one of its stars, it was the BOMB.COM. Did Impact, Raw, and Smackdown live up to the near impossible precedent set by Total Divas? Hit that download button to find out.
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TNA had a PPV this week that was on free TV and wasn’t 3 hours long. So, I guess it really wasn’t a PPV then, but rather PPV quality entertainment on free TV, minus 1 hour. Still with me? If so, then you now realize Destination X took place this past week and you can bet your ass (or nipples) that the Wrestling Buddies discussed it. As for WWE, we actually didn’t talk much about Randy Orton, but we did talk a lot about Daniel Bryan, who was the co-star of the week alongside Brie Bellas’ nipple. If that doesn’t make you want to listen to this show, nothing will and you are probably dead inside.
The Wrestling Buddies are officially legit with this being episode #21. This week we discuss the debut of the Wyatt Family, have more nice things to say about Randy Orton (ewww), how some wrestlers just seem to lose momentum once joining TNA, and the usual dissection of Impact/Raw/Smackdown. Thanks for the support and enjoy the show!
Sit back and enjoy some wrestling discussion with Mike and Bryce as they discuss the shows of the past week, analyze the pushes of the Shield and Ryback, and question whether there is too much wrestling on TV week in and week out.
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