Episode 138: The Ghost of Wahoo
We’re pretty sure the studio is haunted. There’s two instances where creepy music starts playing while we were recording and it’s a bit unsettling. We no-sold being haunted by The Ghost of Wahoo McDaniel to discuss a trio of topics.
Best of The Super Juniors: Day 1
Damon and Kaz were able to watch the first day of the 24th Best of the Super Juniors tournament, courtesy of New Japan World. We recap an exciting day of action including Dragon Lee and Hiromu Takahashi trying to kill each other, Jobshida jobbing, groin based offense in the Kanemaru/Taguchi match, and Marty Scurll being incredibly over in Japan.
Yes, we talked about Randy Orton’s infamous Twitter post. We’re very original and in no way, shape, or form trying to get cheap clicks and hits for our website. Damon’s is fairly certain that most of the wrestlers were in on the joke. Except for Rip Rogers. It’s always that damn Rip Rogers.
If Chicago Boos, Damon Riots
Damon has some choice words for the city of Chicago in regard to NXT Takeover. As you all know, Hideo Itami will be challenging Bobby Roode for his NXT Championship. The story leading into the match has been Itami’s ability to hit the Go To Sleep on Roode. Of course, another famous Chicagoan was known for doing the GTS. Will the Chicago crowd try to hijack Itami’s match? Not on Damon’s watch.
We seriously need to have a priest come to the studio…Next Episode: Episode 139: Tommy Chomp Chomp
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About The Accidental Wrestling FanWhat happens when you find yourself getting back into wrestling? Where do you start? Do you go back to where you left off or do you jump in to the present? If you are new to wrestling, then this is the podcast for you. Listen in as four wrestling fans talk about the crazy and wonderful world of sports entertainment. From wrestling spotlights to current news discussions, John, Damon, Michael, and Lino take a look at wrestling around the world and its ever evolving style.
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