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This week we start the show off by spending 8 min. talking about McDonald’s breakfast. What’s that have to do with Pro Wrestling, you ask? Exactly.
Also: With all the Nazis, Racists and Murder charges floating around the wrestling world this week, we have one of the most interesting discussions yet. We discuss Snuka’s arrest, Hogan’s apology on ‘Good Morning America’, Zahra Schreiber the ‘Social Media Nazi’ and all the other horrible press that’s been happening around wrestling lately. We also (eventually) get around to talking about actual wrestling and discuss the new member of the Wyatts – Brawny Strongman, the future of the tag division, the Divas title, the return of The Dudley Boys and Sting to RAW and Seth Rollins pulling double-duty at ‘Night of Champions’. It’s a jam-packed hour and change full of laughter and tears. Listen to it. Psst….hey…buddy. I’m talking to you. Don’t be a jarbone. Listen to it.
Start off 2014 with a deluxe-sized episode of “The Dusty Finish”. This episode the boys are starting the year off big discussing Brock Lesnar, the return of Batista, the controversial Daniel Bryan turn, and much more. Plus we finally get to Part 1 of the long-awaited “Biggest Dropped Balls/Missed Opportunities in Wrestling History” conversation. It’s an episode I am sure everyone will want to chime in on – so give it a listen, then give us a shout (via Twitter/Email/FB etc. Don’t actually shout, that’s rude, man.) 2014 is going to be a huge year for TDF podcast, and we’re setting the tone with one of our strongest eps yet. Give it a listen, and tell your friends.
We discuss the Title Unification at TLC, handicap matches, Sin Cara swapping, Hulk Hogan at Wrestlemania and more. (Not too much more, that’s pretty much it.)
The Dusty boys give their ‘Survivor Series’ predictions, as well as discussing people being punished for their ‘bad attitude’ backstage and why the weekly free TV has become so much better than the PPVs. A can’t miss discussion. Check it out, you marks.
Say what you will about Hulk Hogan, I think he’s one of the best comedic actors of our generation. With classic lines like, “There are no Hulkamaniacs here” and “It’s not Hot!” this amazing pretaped segment introduces the WCW stable known as the Dungeon of Doom. The Dungeon of Doom’s primary purpose was to destroy Hulkamania and it failed miserably on every level. History will record this as possibly the best of the worst wrestling segments ever committed to blurry videotape. As a bonus to international viewers, this particular link includes the Japanese subtitles.