Brendo and Veronica discuss Brendo getting PWG BOLA tickets for all three nights, Finn Balor and his RAW debut, who won the first week of the brand split, Nia Jax, the Smackdown women debacle, the awesome guy who got destroyed by Braun Strowman, The Miz, Randy Orton, Lillian Garcia’s departure, the correct pronunciation of “championship,” Shelton Benjamin, how to film a Battle Royal, Zach Sabre Jr., the issues of the Smackdown announce team, Veronica’s new wrestling watching activity, Sasha Banks, and lots more. Thanks for listening!
Veronica and Brendo discuss the results of the WWE draft, Brendo’s trip to San Diego Comic-Con where he met The New Day and a bunch of other wrestlers, Lucha Libre Taco Shop in San Diego, Battleground, Bayley, The Universal Championship, Randy Orton, Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, Finn Balor, the new RAW logo, Ultima Lucha Dos, BOLA announcements, G1 Climax stuff, McMahon family drama, Veronica’s RAW workout plan, and lots more. Thanks for listening and tell your friends!
Brendo and Veronica are joined by Matt Benson as he makes his triumphant return to MBWS. They talk about Benson’s hiatus from watching wrestling, Benson and Brendo’s trip to WrestleMania 31, Apollo Crews, Sheamus, Zach Ryder, the food fight and other weird 4th of July RAW moments, the Cruiserweight Classic, Lucha Underground, the upcoming WWE draft and brand split, The Final Deletion, the returns of Brock Lesnar and Randy Orton, and lots more. Thanks for listening and tell your friends!
Matt and Brendo discuss the Royal Rumble and sigh a lot about the current state of things in the WWE. They also discuss CM Punk quitting and Brendo’s increased reservations about Wrestlemania 30. Cheer up though, they also talk some indie wrestling!
Matt and Brendo are super pumped for SummerSlam next weekend as they discuss the card and the prospects of a Daniel Bryan championship win. They also talk about all the great talent in NXT right now, why they aren’t watching TNA, some indie news, and take a look back at the Nitro Brendo went to when he was 17.