Wrestling Mayhem Show 584: John Cena is…Lightning McQueen, Jr.
It’s been an interesting week in wrestling, and it’s getting more interesting as we’re joined by Greg Ochaba of the 501st Garrison Carida. It’s a full house in studio with our guest Greg-O, Chad the Shad, Rizz, Matt Carlins, and Sorg. We’ve go tons to talk about after this weekend in wrestling – not to mention this week in wrestling, including:
We may have an almost unnatural love of The Savage Stash.
SummerSlam was this weekend, and we have some mixed thoughts.
WWE did their impression of an indy wrestling show at the beginning of SummerSlam.
Who didn’t appreciate the shark cage twist with Enzo lubing up and slipping out?
Thanks to Dave Podnar for pointing out smaller entrances may be saving money for WrestleMania production.
While many watched NXT Takeover, some of us were at IWC Caged Fury.
We’re talking about some new factions, including an Honor Society angle.
The worsk NXT Takeover is not a bad show.
If there are differing wrestling styles can you consider them competitors? (Lucha Underground is different than WWE.)
There is lots of Shimmer in the Mae Young Classic.
We have to mention the SummerSlam Main Event. Wow.
Breaking news while we’re talking about the big guys last night: 205 Live has a new face!
Give us Brock Lesnar v. Braun Strowman.
Bobby Roode on the main roster? Okay. How about that Shelton Benjamin though?
Fashion Police are missing out on the perfect pepperoni pizza from Slice. They’ve got that other stuff instead.
We’re talking some John Cena at the top of the second segment.
Ring of Honor has been working with WWE lately, and it shows.
This week’s Big Question: With all the Ring of Honor talent popping up on WWE, who will we see next?
Don’t mind us. We’re over here wishlisting Ring of Honor talent to WWE.