It certainly felt good to get back behind the microphone for this latest episode of The Accidental Wrestling Fan. It felt like I hadn’t recorded anything in months. A Mark For Trademarks John shows off his expertise in trademarks by discussing some of the interesting marks that Cody has applied for. You know, part of […]
Seth Plz Seth Rollins got Wrestling Twitter worked up by getting into a weird Twitter yelling match with NJPW Jr. Heavyweight Champion Will Ospreay. Ospreay, who is known for bizarre Twitter exchanges, ended up being the more cordial of the two parties. Rollins, however, upped the ante by using a #TeamWWE hashtag and boasting that […]
When we’re not performing wrestling commentary for some of your favorite Michigan wrestling promotions, we do a really cool wrestling podcast! Mox, Jon Mox. Jon Moxley has been one of the most discussed pro wrestlers in the world after his departure from WWE. He sent the wrestling world into a frenzy with his debut at […]
This is the first podcast that I’ve edited and uploaded in a few months. It feels good to be back in the saddle. This episode of TAWF was recorded on May 23rd, 2019. Took a little longer than expected to get it uploaded because my laptop charger didn’t get here until this week. Anyway, we […]
We’re back after doing the job to the Polar Vortex! This week, we talked about the “Double or Nothing” press conference presented by All Elite Wrestling, Undertaker on social media, and…Faygo?!
This week, the guys talk about the Mount Rushmore of Deathmatch Wrestling. Atsushi Onita would absolutely be Teddy Roosevelt. They also talk about interesting developments regarding the myriad of signings in the world of wrestling, including rumors of people trying to escape their current contracts. BTW, Nick Gage is coming to Horror Slam in March. […]
The boys are back at full strength as Kaz and John make their return to the show to discuss All Elite Wrestling’s January 8th Press Conference, Wrestle Kingdom, and Pac’s fashion choices.
Damon is solo again. He talks about the passing of “Mean” Gene Okerlund, Wrestle Kingdom 13, All Elite Wrestling, and WWE’s Women’s Tag Team division.