Everyone loves a good underdog story, and WWE has concocted a fun one with James Ellsworth! Also, Goldberg returned and cut a really long promo, just like you’d expect him to do based on his previous matches and feuds. Finally, we run down the week’s NXT doings, which are always good news and never crushingly depressing. Also, we have another match for you to watch and tell us about! Check out The British Bulldog vs. Owen Hart in a match emanating from Germany to crown the first-ever European Champion!
Ever wonder what happens to a Chinese razor when it meets an American beard? Find out the answer to that question, as well as whether or not there exists a Hooters that won’t air a WWE event. Plus, kegels for men, the despair that is living like Adam Levine, and FANTASY.
There’s so much wrestling on these days, we have to decide what to talk about and what to abandon like a pre-live episode of Smackdown. Luckily, Jason took in a local NXT show a couple weeks back and has some notes to share on his experience. The guys also briefly recap the No Mercy results and Steve confuses his son as to the look and physical features of John Cena and Gary Johnson.
It’s time, yet again, to discuss the many foibles of Jason getting a haircut, and this time, we’re adding picking out hairstyles like a Sim might to the mix. Also, how ARE Kid and Play and Kris and Kross doing these days? Also, Jason’s 4-year-old is probably a YouTuber. Click “Like” and subscribe!
UPDATE: Thank the Google Doc “Explore” feature for finding this gem! A Nashville-area mom and housewife took Sports Clips to the woodshed for being the “Hooters for haircuts” and it’s everything you want it to be. Quite possibly more.
WWE is truly looking to become the home of all wrestling in the world, if the news about a purchase of the TNA and Ring of Honor tape libraries are to be believed. We also present our notes on the Ospreay/Ricochet match we mentioned last week, and then run down the card for tomorrow’s No Mercy event.
Our first theme episode! Steve spends the time he should be using to find new webcomics, edit podcasts, and take care of his family instead thinking about animals and whether or not they’re carrying their weight. So much time, in fact, that we have to settle for a bunch of his strange rants in this episode. This could serve as evidence someday, so pay attention. Also, Jason found a police report about a raccoon attack. Enjoy.
While comparing mnemonic devices with Jason, Steve found out that They Can Talk while also checking in with Lake Gary for … reasons. Meanwhile, Jason is finding out things about LINE Webtoons, the webcomics destination that has caught fire this year.