Podcaster Jeremy Kirkland joins gabrus to talk about the ins and outs of men's fashion. Check out gabrus' other podcast,Action Boyz. Advertise onHigh & Mighty viaGumball.fm. Shout out to Plant People for sponsoring this episode of High & Mighty. Go to try.plantpeople.co/mighty to get 15% off your first order with code MIGHTY. And, shout out to Mack Weldon for sponsoring this episode of High & Mighty. For 20% off your first order, visit mackweldon.com/high and enter promo code: high See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kelly Wells, Tom Stoup, and Nate Lindberg cover both ladder matches for the advantage in WarGames, more thoughts on development vs. ratings, whether there are too many talents trying to get over at once, and more.
Mike and Andrew begin this week's show talking about the biggest news of the week - "Rhodes to the Top" was renewed! Also, JR is taking a leave from AEW, the Bucks contracts were extended (will there be more?), Punk-QT, Cody's future, and a lot more.
In this Flagship Flashback episode of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast from ten years ago (11-29-2011), Wade is joined by ProWrestling.net's Jason Powell. They discuss the previous night's Raw including the Daniel Bryan vs. Mark Henry angle, the tacky Thanksgiving Impact, the mysterious vignettes on WWE TV and whether they were from Chris Jericho or Undertaker, John Morrison's promo progress, and VIP Aftershow rapid-fire questions.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Cameron Hawkins from the PWTorch East Coast Cast to review WWE Monday Night Raw with live calls and emails. They discuss the return of Edge and Miz and the reference to the Miz-Punk AEW promo, what worked and didn't work with Liv Morgan and Becky Lynch, the chemistry between Vince McMahon and Austin Theory, Kevin Owens tricking Seth Rollins, the Randy Orton-Riddle chemistry, and more.
On this week's edition of MMA Talk for Pro Wrestling Fans, Robert Vallejos and Rick Monsey discuss the latest Triller fight card. They get into a conversation about the distinct pay-per-view business of the UFC, WWE, and boxing. They also give a brief preview of the upcoming UFC Fight Night between Rob Font and Jose Aldo.
In this Flagship Flashback episode of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast from ten years ago (11-22-2011), Wade is joined by ProWrestling.net's Jason Powell. They discuss the previous night's Raw including John Cena manipulating Miz and Truth into breaking up, fallout from Survivor Series, C.M. Punk's promo last night, the trend of top stars downgrading others in the company on TV, and looking ahead to the next four PPVs including WrestleMania including possible main events. They take live calls and email questions throughout.
In this episode of Wrestling Night in America, PWTorch columnist Greg Parks is joined by PWTorch.com contributor Bruce Hazelwood to preview the full card for NXT WarGames. They also look back at Survivor Series and the follow-up on TV. They take phone calls and emails on who should give C.M. Punk his first AEW loss, NXT's old school vs. new school feud, the NXT tag scene, and more.
This week, Aarav and Arsh discuss Nikola Jokic winning MVP & Rudy Gobert winning DPOY, and have an interview with Duke Men's Baseball Head Coach, Chris Pollard!Chapters:0:00 - Introduction0:52 - 2021 NBA Awards8:42 - Interview with Chris PollardBe sure to check them out on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/c/TwoBrothersandTheirSportsSupport the show (https://www.twobrothersandtheirsports.com)
In this flashback episode of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast, we jump back to two episodes from five years ago this month - one covering Raw with host Wade Keller and the other covering Smackdown with Wade and co-host Pat McNeill.In the first episode from Nov. 21, 2016, PWTorch editor Wade Keller talks with live callers following that night's Raw episode about the Goldberg announcement on Raw, plus thoughts the day after the Survivor Series main event where Goldberg squashed Brock Lesnar. Also, callers drive other topics on the show coming out of Raw.In the second episode from Nov. 22, 2016, PWTorch editor Wade Keller and PWTorch columnist Pat McNeill went live right after WWE Smackdown Live and talked with callers from three continents about A.J. Styles vs. James Ellsworth, pro wrestling failing to protect their characters and images on social media, Dean Ambrose comedically driving Shane McMahon nuts, TLC line-up developments, and more on Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar.
This week's Deep Dive is the final in my Thanksgiving series, highlighting a guest whose work I want to give a shout-out to. This week, Will Cooling joins me to chat with Jonathan Savage of BBC World. The three of us discuss Football Manager and its hold on our time, and then buckle down to chat about wrestling, politics, politicians using wrestling metaphors, and more.If you'd like to listen to more of Jonathan, follow his Twitter (JSavageTweets) or his outstanding BBC World coverage on climate change - https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0b2z3ncIf you'd like more of Will, check him out on twitter (@willcooling), listen to him here on the Torch or his It Could Be Said substack - https://itcouldbesaid.substack.com/?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=substack_profile
In this Flagship Flashback episode of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast from ten years ago (11-15-2011), Wade is joined by ProWrestling.net's Jason Powell. They discuss last night's Raw including the return of The Rock, the final hype for Survivor Series, the Michael Cole Challenge with Jim Ross, the return of Mick Foley with a This Is Your Life John Cena segment, and more from Raw, plus other topics, a lot of live callers, and a lot of email questions. The previously VIP-exclusive Aftershow includes a discussion comparing two rising stars - Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler - who ten years later are now teaming together in WWE.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Nick Barbati from PWTorch.com and "Nick & Tom's Intercontinental Adventure" VIP podcast to discuss WWE Friday Night Smackdown with live callers and emails. They discuss Brock Lesnar's suspension being lifted, Drew McIntyre being excluded, the Paul Heyman-Kayla Braxton chemistry, Sami Zayn ruining Jeff Hardy's celebration, Toni Storm's rough night, the Naomi-Sonya Deville storyline, Xia Li's vignettes, Ridge Holland, and more. PWTorch VIP contributor Javier Machado joins for the late roundtable discussion, too.
This week's “Best of PWTorch Livecast” jumps back ten years to the Nov. 20, 2011 episode featuring host PWTorch assistant editor James Caldwell and PWTorch columnist Greg Parks discussing with live callers the just-completed WWE Survivor Series PPV from every angle, the state of WWE's product, how MITB raised expectations that WWE can't meet right now, and look ahead to Monday's Raw and where WWE goes from here removing The Rock from the equation, and more. The line-up included Rock & John Cena vs. Miz & R-Truth, Big Show vs. Mark Henry for the World Title, C.M. Punk vs. Alberto Del Rio for the WWE Title, and more.
There is no coach on the professional circuit right now with more unwarranted #banter against them. This is the exact reason why the stoic young coach is one of the best coaches in the world. He blocks out the noise & focuses on the one true aspect of the sport: His athletes well being and their success. Coach Mackey in recent years has proved himself as one of the rising professional coaches in the world however Coach Mackey will never be the one to tell you, nor will the trolls behind the message boards. The ones that will tell you however are the athletes that have first hand experience being coached by Mackey in recent years. In the year of 2018 both of your hosts David Ribich & Josh Kerr signed their professional contracts to be coached by Mackey and since then, they have improved in every event they have run (similarly has everyone on the team). Focusing on this episode, your hosts break the barrier of athlete & coach and have a real chat with "The Gaffer" as Josh Kerr describes in the first 5 minutes. Their is tons of insight, banter and knowledge that spans every minute of this episode. With the first Top 10 requested guest securing their spot in the season we move on to #9 and hope the trend continues. Listen to this episode NOW to find out why your hosts trust Coach Mackey with their careers. Some #banter to look forward too: Who is more coachable - Dave or Josh Who is the least coachable guy you've ever had What characteristics makes Josh way faster than Dave Do you get enough credit? If you had a daughter who would you rather her date - Josh or Dave Why is Henry Wynne's form so bad? Who would win in a race, Josh's ego or Dave's therapist Who is/was more talented Kerr/Symmonds Most unique coaching tactic. How much money did Josh's medal earn you Which one of your athletes is going to “surprise” people this year? Coach Mackey 2021 stat: Mens 1500m Olympic Bronze Medal Womens 1500m Olympic Semi Finalist 7x Olympic Trials Finalists 3x Top 5 finishes at the Olympic Trials: W5000m, M1500m, M800m 100% Athlete participation at their major national championships. 11 of 13 athlete PRs (not including multiple PRs or multiple events) could beat any coach in the fighting ring If you are just joining us at The Sit & Kick Podcast, welcome. If you are returning time & time again, welcome back. SEASON 5 IS IN FULL SWING! Leave a Review!
In this Dailycast episode, Chris Maitland and Justin McClelland review this week's television episode (John Walters vs. Brian Johnson, Trish Adora vs. Mandy Leon vs. Allysin Kay, and Dragon Lee vs. Dalton Castle for the ROH TV Title), a discussion of ROH Week by Week featuring Brian Milonas vs. Rhett Titus in a Pure Rules match, Women's Division Wednesday, and Rey Horus vs. Karl Fredericks and Chris Dickinson vs. Jeff Cobb from West Coast Pro Wresting. In the VIP portion, Chris and Justin discuss which wrestlers in ROH would provide the most interest to other wrestling companies.
PWTorch assistant editor Zack Heydorn guest hosts for Wade Keller and is joined by Jake Barnett of prowrestling.net to discuss AEW Dynamite with callers and emails. Discussion points include the impact of Punk and MJF's promo showdown, whether or not they gave too much away to start their feud together, pros and cons of bringing up WWE references, Adam Page's framing as champion in contrast to Danielson's activity as a wrestler, directional booking avenues for the finale of the TBS Championship tournament, and more. Enjoy!
In this Flagship Flashback episode of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast from ten years ago (11-8-2011), Wade is joined by ProWrestling.net's Jason Powell. They discuss the previous night's Raw and the possible reasons for the drastic drop in the rating this week. They take live calls, answer email questions, and then in the VIP Aftershow tackle last week's TNA Impact show, Chris Jericho's future, and more.
Kelly Wells and Tom Stoup cover the hard sell for WarGames, another new talent on her way to TV, NXT 2.0's chances for success, and more.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents a Tuesday Flagship edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast with guest co-host Greg Parks, Pro Wrestling Torch columnist. They discuss:Vince McMahon's odd return to TV and the ratings impactIs Roman Reigns right that WWE is targeting a broader audience than AEW?What are WWE's main weaknesses at this point?AEW's main event roster depth with Kenny Omega and Adam ColeWhat top stars should AEW sign from WWE next and if the top three should be women?ROH hiatus and place in the landscape if they returnImpact's niche compared to NXT headed into 2022What is Triple H's legacy and does he have a future running WWE anymore?Reflecting on AEW vs. NXT battle and what turned it in AEW's favor
Mike and Andrew discuss three big topics: Is AEW's large roster helping them with a problem WWE struggles with? Is it time for a big change with AEW's announce team? And does AEW even need Chris Jericho anymore? Plus, they take listener emails and react to the latest news.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Robert Vallejos from the PWTorch Dailycast's "MMA Talk for Pro Wrestling Fans" podcast to review the season premiere of WWE Monday Night Raw with live calls and emails. They discuss Vince McMahon's return to WWE TV and whether it was worth it for that payoff to the egg mystery, with Rock absent from the angle. Also, Dana Brooke's career highlight, finally winning a WWE Title. Also, is this the start of Austin Theory as a rising star or was his main event the result of an audible and he was just a placeholder to promote bigger names? Analysis of Becky Lynch's promo opposite Liv Morgan, should Survivor Series change formats, what's with the fire extinguisher finish, and much more with live callers and emails.
On this week's edition of MMA Talk for Pro Wrestling Fans, Robert Vallejos and Rick Monsey review the latest UFC Fight Night, headlined by Ketlen Vieira and Miesha Tate. Rick gives his thoughts on the results of the boxing bout between Terence Crawford and Shawn Porter. The show closes with Robert giving his review of WWE's Survivor Series pay-per-view.
In this Flagship Flashback episode of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast from ten years ago (11-1-2011), Wade is joined by ProWrestling.net's Jason Powell. They discuss last night's Raw including the Rock's taped promo, The Muppets skits, the champions losing, the surprising finishes, Jim Ross being bumped, and more. Live callers, email questions answered, and a VIP Aftershow tackling a variety of Raw topics, TNA topics, and ROH. You can hear them talk about DVDs and iPod Touches, too, indicative of the tech era in 2011 compared to now.
Kelly Wells and Tom Stoup fill in for Greg Parks and cover Big E vs. Roman Reigns, Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte, teased but unfulfilled appearances involving an egg and a Rock, and more.
Esta semana le traemos un episodio muy interesante. Empezamos hablando de los nuevos campeones de la BSN (Baloncesto Superior Nacional) de Puerto Rico los Capitanes de Arecibo, el equipo parcialmente adueñado por el artista del genero urbano Anuel AA. Luego hablamos de cuando te enojas si tus amistades cancelan planes. Y de hay pasamos a los tipos de caracteres introvetidos o extrovertidos que puede ser una persona. Tambien la influencia que tiene en ti los circulos de familia, amistad, y trabajo. Instagram:@tresbajozeropodcastFacebook:Tres Bajo Zero PodcastHosted by:Raul LopezJoshua QueroGabriel Del Valle
In this flashback episode of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-Show, we jump back to two episodes from five years ago this month - one covering Raw with host Wade Keller and co-host John Arezzi and the other covering Smackdown with guest host Greg Parks.In the first episode from Nov. 14, 2016, PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by John Arezzi to talk Goldberg-Lesnar, Survivor Series hype, hot closing segment, 205 Live and other topics with callers throughout the hour.In the second episode from Nov. 15, 2016, PWTorch editor Wade Keller went live right after WWE Smackdown Live tonight with guest co-host Greg Parks. They talked about Undertaker's return and the meaning of his declaration that if anyone doesn't work in favor of Team Smackdown, they'll have to deal with him. Could this lead to an Undertaker vs. A.J. Styles title match? And then what?! Also, Bayley taking part in a gang-style beatdown of Nikki Bella and the completely mess WWE created with all of their heels and babyfaces in this Survivor Series hype, including American Alpha standing next to the Usos cheering and chanting for King Booker. Live callers join in to talk about the future of the IC Title and more.
This week's Deep Dive is the penultimate in my Thanksgiving series, highlighting a guest whose work I want to give a shout out to. This week, John Pollock, editor and co-founder of Post Wrestling, joins to talk Succession Season 3 and Kendall's continued self owns, how John's journey from journalist to parent and everything in between has gone, the importance of time management with his job, how he assembled his Post Avengers ("Postmarks") - including some of my faves such as Brother Nate and WH, the folly of over-rating star ratings, the deliciousness of coffee, and more.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents an Interview Classic from five years ago (11-20-2016). Wade interviews Sean “X-Pac” Waltman, who talks about his new weekly talk show called “X-Pac 1-2-360” on Afterbuzz TV, plus callers chime in to get his thoughts on Stephanie McMahon as a central figure on WWE TV, Survivor Series, the influence behind the scenes of Road Dogg these days, his Mount Rushmore of pro wrestling, and more. Then, in the previously VIP-exclusive portion, Sean talks about the differing philosophies of Vince McMahon and Triple H, whether Roman Reigns should turn heel, how Seth Rollins's babyface turn was bungled, the Zeb Colter WrestleMania promo that Donald Trump praised, have fans changed over the years, thoughts on TNA's ownership battle including blunt comments regarding Dixie Carter, and more.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Alex McDonald from PWTorch.com to discuss WWE Friday Night Smackdown with live callers and emails and two on-site correspondents. They discuss speculation about The Rock being at Survivor Series after he was brought up during the show, and whether it'd make sense for him to cost Roman Reigns his match against Big E on Sunday. Also, thoughts on the final hype for Survivor Series including the lack of Charlotte in front of the fans.
This week's “Best of PWTorch Livecast” jumps back five years to the Nov. 20 episode featuring PWTorch columnists Pat McNeill & Greg Parks with the Survivor Series Postgame Show with live calls and emails. They discuss the finish to Goldberg-Lesnar, whether Goldberg has signed with WWE, Shane McMahon's scary bump off the spear, and what tonight's show sets up for future weeks.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents a Thursday Flagship edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast with guest co-host Jason Powell from ProWrestling.net. They discuss the big week in AEW from Full Gear to Dynamite with in-person notes from Target Center and the media Q&A. Then they discuss the state and future of ROH followed by a preview of Survivor Series, the Vince McMahon trajectory from here on out and is Triple H or someone else the heir apparent, and what Jimmy Fallon mentioning The Rock might mean. And more scattered throughout.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by PWTorch.com contributor and "PWT Talks NXT" host Kelly Wells to review the post-Full Gear Dynamite including Bryan Danielson's heelish turn, Hangman Page's first promo as champ, Kenny Omega's AEW Title run, the C.M. Punk-MJF set-up, Jay Lethal's debut against Sammy Guevara, and much more with live callers and emails.
In this Dailycast episode, Chris Maitland and Justin McClelland discuss Jay Lethal signing for AEW, a review for Honor for All including Jonathan Gresham vs. Brody King and OGK vs. LFI for the ROH World Tag Team titles, a review of this week's television episode (Beer City Bruiser vs. Caprice Coleman, OGK vs. PJ Black & Flip Gordon, and the Righteous vs. the Foundation), discussion of ROH Week by Week, Women's Division Wednesday, and Rok-C vs. Trish Adora from New Texas Pro Wresting. In the VIP portion, Chris and Justin discuss Juice Robinson vs. Moose from New Japan Pro Wrestling.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents a special WWE Survivor Series PPV Preview on this special Wednesday edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast with guest celebrity analyst Sam Roberts. They talk Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair, Roman Reigns vs. Big E, RK-Bro vs. Usos, the Team Raw vs. Team Smackdown matches, whether the Survivor Series format is worth keeping, the potential quality of this event overall, and some sidebars on Bron Breaker, Shinsuke Nakamura, and more.
Nate Lindberg and Tom Stoup take your calls and dive into the mailbag to discuss Dakota Kai vs. Raquel Gonzalez, Cameron Grimes & Duke Hudson's Poker Showdown, Dexter Lumis vs. Tony D'Angelo, Diamond Mine vs. Odyssey Jones & Jacket Time, Andre Chase vs. Xyon Quinn, Lashing Out with Lash Legend, and more.
Mike and Andrew preview AEW Dynamite this week! Going forward, they'll be recording on Tuesday and dropping on Wednesday. Andrew shares his live in-person thoughts from Full Gear, plus they take listener emails and look ahead to Dynamite. For now, you can continue to email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org.NOTE: "PWT Talks NXT" will be posted tonight on the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-Show feed.
PWTorch Assistant Editor Zack Heydorn guest hosts for Wade Keller and is joined by the host of the PWTorch VIP-exclusive podcast "WWE Then and Now" and PWTorch.com contributor Frank Peteani to break down Monday Night Raw with listener calls, an on-site correspondent, and emails. Discussion points include the final hype for the brand vs. brand Survivor Series matches, Kevin Owens as a heel, Big E juggling heel opponents, Big E opposite Roman Reigns, the personal nature of Becky Lynch's promo on Charlotte, Liv Morgan failing to step up and meet her moment, general Raw pacing talk, and more. Enjoy!
Today we celebrate the divine masculine within all of us with mens coaches Samir Janjua and Silver Foxx. They are a stand that men have access to wisdom, tools, rights of passage, role models, and sacred spaces, so that we can transform the masculine culture in our society. They have been creating a safe space where men & women can heal together within ceremony. Join our Patreon: Clit Talk Confidential | https://www.patreon.com/ClitTalkConfidential Discounts | https://clittalkshow.com/discounts Show Notes | https://clittalkshow.com/new-blog/ep187
On this week's edition of MMA Talk for Pro Wrestling Fans, Robert Vallejos and Rick Monsey review the latest UFC Fight Night, headlined by Max Holloway vs. Yair Rodríguez. Their review dovetails into a conversation about officiating and commentary. Robert and Rick give a brief preview of the upcoming main event between Miesha Tate and Ketlen Vieira. The show closes with Robert giving his review of AEW's Full Gear pay-per-view.
Lucas Krump is the co-founder of EVRYMAN, a company that helps men live fuller and more connected lives, through meet-ups and retreats, with one mission; to tap into the collective wisdom of every man in order to connect, grow, learn, and help promote men's wellness. In today's episode we're talking about the importance of connectedness in the male community, the passing of wisdom, and the healing effects of brotherhood. Resources from the show: EVRYMAN
This month, all of the Deep Dive guests will be folks that Rich wants to give a spotlight to - in particular, the work they do - and give a little preview of what you get. Jeff of Jeff vs. the World joins to talk AEW's Full Gear for a bit, but the focus is more on the idea of Becky's role three years since her bloody Kill Bill-like photo leading to Survivor Series, and what mistakes were made with both Lynch and Uma Thurman regarding the titular "Bride" character, particularly centering on Becky and Charlotte's relationship.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents an Interview Classic from five years ago (11-13-2016). Wade interviews Nick Aldis, a/k/a Magnus, about a wide range of topics in this in-depth interview including his current career aspirations, why he's not in WWE, the thriving UK wrestling scene, his wife Mickie James's match against Asuka at NXT Takeover, thoughts on TNA's current ownership situation and losing the Challenge TV clearance, turning points in TNA history, what Sting meant to him, any regrets he has, dream matches, and more with caller and email contributions.