On episode 383 of the Wrestling Mayhem Show, we have our fantastic panel featuring @DJ Lunchbox (@djlunchbox), Eamon (@eamon2please), straw poll winner Rizz (@theerizz) and Mike Sorg (@sorgatron).
What did everyone think of the finish to SummerSlam?
Another poem is read by Eamon.
It looks like RVD will be next in line for the heavyweight championship.
What is next for the Wyatts? Will Kane join them?
Will Daniel Bryan face Randy Orton next? The cast discusses.
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In the indy minute this week, Eamon talks about several events happening soon. A new Shine event will be taking place shortly, also a few IPPVs are coming up with Wrestling is Fun (August 24th) and Wrestling is Cool (August 25th). $5 Dollar Wrestling will be having a show soon. Inspire Pro will be having their show September 1st and IWC will be around the Pittsburgh and West Virginia areas doing some shows.
Remember When? We take a look back at our favorite Corporation or Evolution moments. Sorg remembered enjoying when Vince McMahon helped form the Corporate Ministry./ Eamon remembered liking Evolution’s Triple H and his feud with Eugene, as well as Randy Orton’s ascension in Evolution./ Rizz had fond memories of Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson as the corporate stooges, as well as DX imitating the corporation./ DJ Lunchbox’s favorite memory is when Batista broke away from Evolution.
Mad Mike has a minute of mayhem! Check out what he is ranting about.
We talk about the internet wrestling community and what we think it actually is.
Eamon and Rizz join forces to cover WWE14’s Wrestlemania roster reveal! What did they think of it? Find out! See even more on insertcointobegin.com !
The crew talks about Ric Flair’s recent drunk moment.
Darren Young came out recently. Will this change his career’s direction at all?
The cast talks about social issues being placed into wrestling storylines.
What did we learn from wrestling this week?
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A wrestling fan since he was a wee little lad. Sorg fondly remembers the big blue cage that Hogan and Orndorf jumped to the floor off of at the same time fondly. Founding the Wrestling Mayhem Show in 2006, he spreads his love of the "sport" of wrestling to all.