A comedy wrestling podcast featuring interviews with pro wrestlers including Stone Cold Steve Austin, Booker T, and John Morrison, hilarious sketches, and a funny take on this week in wrestling. Hosted by comedian Scott Narver.
Marc Warzecha is the guest this week. Marc shares his stories from the Joe Louis Arena, fallout from the epic boxing bout of Conor McGregor vs Floyd Mayweather, controversy surrounds the promo between John Cena and Roman Reigns, Jason Jordan reveals how his father Kurt Angle feels about his career on Raw, what Eli Drake being Global Champion means for GFW, and Vince McMahon brings prestige to the Mae Young Classic.
Sharif Nasr is the co-host, plus Nakamura almost breaks John Cena's neck earning his #1 contendership for WWE SummerSlam, Aiden English has a terrible affliction, a deep discussion on how to use of the 3 seashells in "Demolition Man", and Courtney The Ring Rat was an eye witness to the encounter between Queen Bee and Enzo Amore in the strip club.
Steve Sears is back! Plus "Dave Made A Maze" written by Steve Sears and starring Scott Narver hits theaters and on demand August 18, Jake "The Snake" Roberts knows why Shane McMahon's helicopter crashed, Robocop busts in looking for justice, the various movement of wrestlers, and Miz's Dad has a very important announcement about his son.
Marc Warzecha is the special guest. Marc talks about his time being backstage at New Japan Pro Wrestling in Long Beach, CA, Scott talks about being at Slammiversary in Orlando, FL, wild stories about Bruiser Bedlam, theories on Kurt Angle's Raw secret, Vince McMahon is scared for Braun Strowman's health, and Dixie Carter debuts on WWE Network.
Leeman Parker (America's Got Talent) is the guest co-host. Plus, India has embraced pro wrestling, Mojo Rawley and his best friend Gronk are inseparable, Jeff Jarrett teased Scott with being special referee for Slammiversary, and Shinsuke Nakamura wants to let you know who he is.
Sharif Nasr is the guest co-host. Plus Scott returns from watching WWE Backlash live in Chicago, Jinder Mahal is overwhelmed by what it takes to be WWE Champion, the women of Smackdown Live will compete in their first Money In The Bank ladder match, Batista in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, and Lee England Jr. is shocked to know that fans like his violin playing for Shinsuke Nakamura's theme song.
Marc Warzecha is the guest co-host. The final chapter in Scott's WrestleMania 33 saga. Plus, Pete Gas from The Mean Street Posse appears again, the in stadium reaction to The Undertaker retiring, Scott's hatred of beach ball mania, and Jinder Mahal demands respect.
Marc Warzecha is the guest co-host. More stories are told from Scott's WrestleMania 33 trip in Orlando, FL. Plus Marc reveals his close encounter with George Takei, Scott goes to the WrestleMania Business Partner Summit, and watching the Hardys and Young Bucks in Too Sweet or Delete Ladder match at ROH Supercard 9.
Marc Warzecha is the special guest co-host. Marc asks Scott all about his WrestleMania trip in Orlando, FL. In part one Scott talks about being under the weather, going to WWE Radio Row watching the Big Show get irate, why WrestleCon is one of the best things in wrestling, and so much more. Plus Ric Flair gets cut off at the bar and JBL goes way too far with his ribs.
Sharif Nasr is the guest co-host on this post WrestleMania 33 episode. Plus, Scott talks about his trip in Orlando, whether or not Sharif should have had a date with Buns watching WrestleMania 33, Jack Swagger thinks he is the hottest free agent, and Charlotte Flair is pissed off at everyone in the women's division.
Marc Warzecha (@MarcWarzecha on Twitter) is the special guest co-host. We're back and better than ever with our WrestleMania 33 Bloated Preview! WWE has the biggest show of the year but is this year too big? Plus Vince McMahon gets in a car accident, Dixie Carter over celebrates her new title in TNA and lots more!
The lost episode from October 6, 2016 is here! Scott tells a story of seduction involving The Final Deletion, is Eddie Edwards the champion TNA needs, WWE 2K17 NXT Edition is acquired, and Ted Turner wants to buy the Impact Wrestling tape library.
Sharif Nasr is the guest co-host for this 2016 year in review of the best and worst in wrestling. We look back at such things as Goldberg, Aron Rex, Broken Matt Hardy, Shinsuke Nakamura, The League of Nations and more! Plus Charlotte Flair proves she is the most dominant wrestler and Becky Lynch is hoping for a bigger reaction from the crowd.
Sharif Nasr is the guest co-host this week. Plus The New Day smashes Demolition's championship record, Scott compares Star Wars Rogue One to a wrestler, Total Nonstop Deletion was the most unusual wrestling show ever on television, Maxel Hardy has his in ring debut, "Wildcat" Chris Harris was detained from entering in the Apocalypto tag match, Jack Gallagher talks about his unconventional workout routine.
Sharif Nasr (twitter.com/thenasr) is this week's guest. WWE commentators become more diverse, AJ Styles tights tear open in the back at TLC, Bray Wyatt wins his first championship, our favorite WWE Network original programming, our top surprise picks for Royal Rumble 2017, and Vince McMahon gets rewarded from Linda McMahon for her new job as Small Business Administrator.
People travel from all over the world to buy WrestleMania 33 tickets in person rather than online, James Ellsworth lays eggs, WWE Supercard season 3 is released and Scott is addicted again, Jack Swagger was supposed to be booked like Goldberg at WWE Survivor Series, and a huge Pro Wrestling Tees sale!
The US Presidential Election for 2016 and WWE Hall of Famer Donald Trump is the President, Vince McMahon brags about his "best buddy" winning, Matt Hardy will take over TNA with Total Nonstop Deletion, and Billy Corgan loses his presidency with Impact Wrestling.
Phil Ranta (Sports3Podcast) and Sharif Nasr guest. Plus the Jerks give their thoughts on attending NXT Los Angeles, Neville seems upset about his current role on Raw, Sharif tells the story of meeting his favorite wrestler, Charlotte was not a Diva at Hell In A Cell, and Kevin Owens uncle is still very proud of his nephew.
Scott talks his tall guy Halloween Trick or Treating woes, WWE 2K17 initial thoughts, DDP's daughter makes a very exciting announcement in a very not thrilling way, NXT hits Los Angeles, and Serg Carter distinguishes bad business and relationship practices.
Scott returns from the full WWE SummerSlam weekend, Bobby Roode debuts at NXT Takeover Brooklyn II in GLORIOUS form, fans in New York hate the look of the Universal Championship, Aron Rex makes waves in TNA Impact Wrestling, and Kevin Dunn wants to get approval of new Superstar entrances from Vince McMahon.
In this special Gets Jerked episode Scott and Leeman Parker (America's Got Talent) watch "End Game" starring Kurt Angle and Jenna Morasca (TNA, Survivor). Angle stars as Brad Mayfield, a vicious criminal who takes pleasure in kidnapping, assault and deranged murder with one lone cop trying to stop Mayfield's lust for blood. Plus Jack Swagger recreates a very uncomfortable scene from the movie, Buffo The Clown can do more than any other entertainer, Jenna Morasca's TNA Victory Road 2009 match against Sharmell, and much more.
Scott celebrated his birthday with a broken car, Jinder Mahal is back on Raw but no one is behind the wheel, theories on why Ryback may go to GFW, The Final Deletion Pro Wrestling Tees shirts arrived, and Bill Apter has a misinformed list of the top 10 hottest free agents in wrestling for the WWE to acquire.
Leroy the Racial Enforcer is quick to point out it is not a New Era in the WWE, the Cruiserweight Classic has some exciting first round matches, Joe vs Nakamura is set to blow the roof off of NXT Takeover Brooklyn, Scott ponders going to UFC 203 to watch CM Punk in his debut fight, and Serge Carter looks to delete his wife Dixie.
The WWE Draft has shaken up both Raw and Smackdown, the Royal Rumble pinball game is in the pinball hall of fame, John Cena's rap album is inspiring, Broken Matt Hardy should never stop, fat guys fly in ROH, and Ric Flair needs as many wives as championship reigns.
Shane Hartline (The Hopefully Chris Pratt and Shane Hartline Show) guests on the podcast. Plus, Scott wins money betting on Brock Lesnar at UFC 200, the WWE Draft has everyone talking, Smackdown should be rebranded as WCW, The Final Deletion only gets funnier, Bray Wyatt is the new face of racism, and Vince McMahon explains what the PG era really stands for.
The Final Deletion, the epic fight between Broken Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy at their home in North Carolina Gets Jerked. Scott and guest Marc Warzecha (@VinceGoogling) talk about the main event from TNA Impact Wrestling covering the 1st birthday of Maxel Hardy to Willow rising from the lake and everything in between. Plus Senor Benjamin loves the job security from the Hardys feuding and Dixie Carter takes credit for the whole idea.
Scott talks about the first week at Fox Sports with Wrestling Compadres Slamcast, there are more wrestling options available digitally with Sling TV, X-Pac may not have been charmed by Scott, Leroy the Racial Enforcer returns to prove that nothing has changed with pro wrestling champions, and more.
Scott goes to Las Vegas to watch WWE Money In The Bank, overeating at buffets, TNA Slammiversary thoughts, digging through the storage unit to find old wrestling shirts, one week away from being at Fox Sports, and Vince McMahon addresses Roman Reigns being suspended for violating the wellness policy.
Scott reveals the big news about going to Fox Sports with Wrestling Compadres Slamcast, Brock Lesnar is fighting at UFC 200, the brand split may cause unnecessary divides in teams, WWE 2K17 now with more Goldberg, Money In The Bank heating up, and Bobby Lashley is upset at Matt and Jeff Hardy for acting like children before TNA Slammiversary.
Scott runs solo this episode and runs down his crazy week involving PWG, WWE Extreme Rules, the Renaissance Faire, dating, business meetings, Cody Rhodes release, and more. Plus Ric Flair talks about Charlotte doing what no woman was ever able to do to him.
Leeman Parker (magician/comedian of David and Leeman, America's Got Talent) is the guest co-host this week. Plus, Big Cass is too scared to go on cutting promos without Enzo, Leeman recalls seeing the Undertaker lose his undefeated streak at WrestleMania XXX, and Phantasio the wrestling magician's career is an illusion.
It's volume one of the best bits from Curtain Jerks "guests" causing mayhem in the studio because of our open door policy. Ric Flair wants to stuff the Thanksgiving turkey, Jeff Hardy is stuck in the fish tank at Hulk Hogan's restaurant, Hiroshi Lavender Kitten The Surprising doesn't like American wrestling, Alex Wright makes it clear that he is available, Joseph Park spreads the good word about the TNA book campaign, Tom Reuben the talking sandwich reports on Samoa Joe's career, Vince McMahon and Stone Cold Steve Austin don't get along in Legends Studio Apartment, Jack Swagger has a Sasquatch fetish, and Miz's Dad makes his first appearance.
Steve Sears says goodbye to Curtain Jerks after being co-host for 5 years. Plus Scott talks about his trip to Dallas for WrestleMania 32, Triple H rewrites history remaining WWE champion, Enzo Amore is pretty sure he debuted on Raw, Jack Swagger leaves the sinking ship, Ric Flair creates the new 4 Horsemen, Serge Carter can't say goodbye, Vince McMahon has two words for Steve, and Miz's Dad was really impressed by most participants in the WrestleMania Intercontinental Ladder match.
Scott and Steve celebrate the 5 year anniversary of doing Curtain Jerks. Plus The Iron Sheik embellishes his past accomplishments, Randy Orton tests his improv comedy skills, Roman Reigns makes cool things uncool, Dok Hendrix gives his WWE Hall of Fame speech early, Jack Swagger wants to join Steve in making movies, and John Laurinaitis sings the praises of the podcast with back handed compliments.
Earl Hebner is worried about all the former TNA World Champions leaving the company, Hulk Hogan's lawyer David Houston gets his client everything he doesn't deserve, your #jerktweets are answered including "Is there any way possible that Roman Reigns does not get booed in Dallas?", and Jake "The Snake" Roberts has the best weapon of all for Dean Ambrose to use against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania.
Bobby Lashley puts Kurt Angle down once and for all on TNA Impact Wrestling, the WWE Doctor is pleased with all of the injuries, your #jerktweets are answered including "Heel Chris Jericho is so good, it makes me fanboy a bit. What Superstar has made you fanboy out the most?", and Alex Wright is always available.
Mickey Galie sits in as the special guest this week. Plus Enzo Amore goes for tag team gold at WWE Roadblock against opponents he doesn't know, Miz's Dad is excited for wrestlers being inducted into the Hall Of Fame, your #jerktweets are answered including "Former opponents Chris Jericho and AJ Styles are now teaming together calling themselves Y2AJ. What 2 former opponents would you put together and what would you call their team?", and Vince McMahon doesn't understand why fans aren't behind Roman Reigns.