The Gavel – David Lawless is on the show this week to talk about a few things he’s involved with that are coming up. He is joined by Patreon supporter, Heel Bradley, who is on the show to make amends for his recent transgression at an indy show. They are, of course, here to talk about this week in wrestling, including:
David Lawless is talking about the importance of diversity in the wrestling ring.
How about that reveal of The Fiend at SummerSlam? We’re sharing some of our own thoughts.
We’re getting some “expert” insight on just how deadly the mandible claw can be.
Is WWE missing some branding opportunities with superstars like Finn Balor?
AEW has had some new announcements. Some of our crew is really excited about Orange Cassidy, but let’s talk about Jake the Snake!
Jazz is coming back to TV?!?!
Our guest, David Lawless, is sharing some breaking news about who we can expect to see at Four Chord Music Festival- including the addition of a wrestling event!
Listen in for an announcement of 5 of the matches – – including a never-before-seen match-up of two of Pittsburgh’s legends.
David Lawless is getting the opportunity to work with tons of great people – including his recent encounter with Jim Sterling at RYSE Wrestling.
Stomp Out Cancer is happening this Friday. We’re taking a look at what we can expect from the card.
This week’s Big Question: What occupational character (i.e. lawyer) would you like to see – or have seen – in the ring?
Bradley did a bad thing as a fan at a recent live event. He is here tonight to teach us how to be a good fan.
Thomas Mathis joins us in studio – with our new probationary on-air talent, Ronnie Starks! It’s a good thing that we have the good ol’ boys Sorg and Mad Mike to keep things straight while we talk this week in wrestling news, including:
RAW was live in Pittsburgh. Our crew was in attendance and we’re sharing our thoughts.
Mad Mike is using LEGOs to demonstrate what’s happening in wrestling.
Wrestling is about good story telling. Our crew is remembering some of the good storylines heading into pay-per-views.
If Ronnie makes one more mistake on the show it’s possible he may see a chop from our guest Beastman.
Beastman is sharing some information about a benefit show he is putting together to help a member of the community.
Beastman is talking about some of his memorable moments in the ring.
We had the pleasure of meeting Jim Sterling at RYSE Wrestling over the weekend.
We’re talking with Beastman about some of the things he’s up to these days.
Beastman is known for some of his outrageous antics. He’s sharing some of them with us.
This week’s Big Question: Wrestle Circus folded last week now Defiant. How does this change the landscape in wrestling?
We’re breaking down how many Indy Wrestling feds are in the Pittsburgh area – yet how different each one of them is.
OH: “I need to find a way to fit Impact Wrestling into my life.”
SummerSlam is happening this weekend. We’re sharing some thoughts from our crew – especially after RAW was in town on the Road to SummerSlam!
He’s hounded us week after week in the chat room, so we’ve finally got indy wrestler Ty Cross on this week’s show. He is joined by our THRIFTY frontman, Toddy, as well as our Mike & Mike duo of Mad Mike and Sorg. We’re talking about this week’s wrestling news, including:
Toddy has a Goldberg truck with him in studio this week.
Impact Wrestling has some interesting things happening lately.
We may be doing a comparison of which wrestlers have blocked us on social media.
Austin Aries did a thing.
We’re talking some Bound for Glory recaps.
Toddy brought some great thrifting finds with him to share on the show.
Our guest Ty Cross is sharing some of his favorite in-ring opponents.
In case you missed it, we had some RYSE wrestlers at ScareHouse. Sorg is sharing some of the highlights.
We’re learning about that one time Chris LeRusso gave Toddy a ride home from the bus stop.
The Undertaker did a rare interview.
Of course we’re taking a trip down memory lane to that time Hulk Hogan did an interview with Richard Belzer and put him in a sleeper.
We’re talking about the various facets of Undertaker gimmicks.
Shawn Michaels looks like Bill Cowher. You don’t know which one will give you Sweet Chin Music and which one will make an offensive call.
This week’s Big Question: Who would you like to see do a legit shoot / out-of-character interview?
Toddy found a bunch of Jeff Hardy shirts on a thrifting haul, and he’s sharing!
We’re running down the opportunities THRIFTY can provide to indy wrestling and wrestlers.
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Wrestling Mayhem Show 611: Deep Into MayhemMania Season
We couldn’t have planned this week’s in-studio guest any better if we tried. Marcus Mann joins us on the big purple couch to talk about the road to WrestleMania! He’s joined by Rob, Larry, Sorg, Mad Mike, and Mainstream Matt as they talk about:
We’ve got the RYSE Wrestling Head of Talent Relations, Marcus Mann, on the sofa this week!
Sorg was in Florida over the weekend, and had a chance to visit the Hulk Hogan shop down there.
Marcus Mann is sharing some updates about what they’re up to down at RYSE Wrestling. Want to check it out? Head over to www.indywrestling.us
We’ll be getting to some Fastlane and WrestleMania talk shortly. But first – John Cena has a Road to WrestleMania and Marcus couldn’t be happier.
John Cena broke RAW.
We’re breaking down an interesting comparison between John Cena, Hulk Hogan, and Chris Jericho.
It’s the wrestler’s responsibility to take that #1 spot. If someone isn’t taking that spot, then it really belongs to the guy at the top. (In this case John Cena.)
Vince McMahon will not give anyone a Jr. suffix because he feels it is demeaning.
Sorg apparently ran into Paige at an ICP show last week?
Fastlane happened this weekend, and we’ve got a clearer picture about what we’ll be seeing at WrestleMania.
We found out Marcus Mann is apparently a huge Brock Lesnar fan, in addition to being a John Cena fan…and a Chris Jericho fan…
We’re taking a trip down memory lane…to Summer Slam 2002.
You think Brock Lesnar could kill a person – watch him punch Braun Strowman in the face. He’s the closest thing we can get to a Bruiser Brody.
Are we setting ourselves up for disappointment by setting our expectations too high for WrestleMania?
Thanks to The Bar we can no longer take discussions regarding setting the bar seriously.
When ranking WrestleMania events, which one is the “average” by which you should set your expectations by?
It’s time for MayhemMania! Let’s see what havoc we can wreak this week!