IRON SHEIK CONTINUES HIS ATTACK ON SCOTT HALL, JERRY JARRETT PROVIDES POWERFUL WORDS OF ADVICE, DR. DEATH SAYS TRIPLE H CAN’T LACE HIS BOOTS, KENNY BOLIN REPORTS FROM HIS HOSPITAL BED, BILL DEMOTT TALKS ABOUT RECENT WWE RELEASES, BILL BEHRENS TALKS ABOUT TNA AGENTS, JODY “THE ASSASSIN” HAMILTON TALKS ABOUT TODAY’S WRESTLING FANS, JOHN CENA SR. PREVIEWS WWE CYBER SUNDAY, JUDAS YOUNG AND DANNY INFERNO LOOK AT WHAT’S WRONG WITH INDEPENDENT WRESTLING TODAY, MICHAEL MODEST ENTERTAINS, ACE DARLING ON LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT WRESTLING, THE FUNKSTER CHALLENGES DANNY BONADUCE, AND MUCH MORE THIS WEEK ON WHO’S SLAMMING WHO!
–Press Release for 10/22/08
The main show opens this week looking at the upcoming Who’s Slamming Who Halloween Party episode scheduled for this coming Monday, October 27th. Tommy Fierro opens the show up and hints to an upcoming show himself and Judas Young will be running in December. Tommy talks about how Kenny Bolin is really in the hospital and how you can support him. Also discussed is Lance Cade’s recent release, Ric Flair coming out of retirement, and a big angle they can do for WrestleMania 25 featuring Mickey Rourke. Tommy also discusses some of the celebrities they should go after for the 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania.
Brian Solomon, former editor of the WWE Magazine, joins the main show of Who’s Slamming Who this week to discuss a ton of different topics going on in and around the world of professional wrestling with Tommy this week. Topics discussed include: The Wrestler movie, Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling, the new HBO series on wrestling, the current WWE product, and much more.
John Cena Sr. joins the main show on Who’s Slamming Who this week to preview this Sunday’s WWE Cyber Sunday PPV with Tommy. The two run down all of the matches and give their predictions on what they think will take place this Sunday. Tommy offers several booking ideas for this Sunday’s show. Cena Sr. also does his best Santino Marella impersonation.
Tommy looks at how he would start up a new wrestling company if someone came up to him with $100,000,000 to start up a new group. Tommy talks about which guys he would go after first, some which might be surprising. He also talks about how he’d compete with TNA’s X Division, building a tag team roster, building up a womens division, bringing back the lost art of heel managers, who he’d have on his booking team, which trainers he would hire, which celebrity reality stars he’d bring in for his new project, and much more.
Tommy talks about a ton of wrestling news going on in and around the world of professional wrestling this week, including: Ric Flair having the itch to get back into the ring, upcoming Smackdown taping in New Jersey in December, Steve Austin movie update, this week’s live TNA Impact, upcoming TNA PPV info, John Cena’s return, former WCW wrestler in movie, Jeff Hardy arriving late to TV last week, Bobby Lashley making MMA debut, Road Warrior Animal on ABC, Sean Mooney update, Booker T’s PWA, RVD returning to the ring, original host of Prime Time Wrestling passes away, CM Punk in Thanksgiving Day parade, Jakks Pacific/TNA update, new TNA t-shirts released, JBL’s wife one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business, independent wrestling news, charges dropped against Vito, Funaki’s new gimmick, and much more.
Iron Sheik returns with another edition of Make You Humble. This week, Sheik continues his rant on Scott Hall and calls him out for the incident that took place at his roast a few weeks back. He talks about how B. Brian Blair is a King compared to Hall. He tells Hall to ask Kevin Nash and Sid Vicious about the Iron Sheik. Eric Simms also roasts Sheik and Kamala makes a special guest appearance this week. Kamala begins to sing a song and the segment ends. Was this only a sneak preview of what’s to come?
Jerry Jarrett returns for another edition of All Things Are Possible. This week, Jarrett has some very powerful words of advice that’s helped him in the past. He talks about how it’s noble to try, even if you fail. He also talks about how you must ignore negative comments. He also uses Vladmir Kozlov, Sting, and Ultimate Warrior as perfect examples of what he’s trying to get across this week on another weekly roller coaster ride of knowledge.
This week on No Laughing Matter, Bill Demott opens his segment putting over “Dr. Death” Steve Williams and how much he means to him. Demott looks at the recent suspension of Nic Nemeth and the firings of Mike Mondo and Lance Cade as perfect examples of what’s wrong with the current WWE system. He also explains why he thinks WWE’s locker room has gone to shit. All of this and much more this week from the man that tells it like it is.
This week on The Bolin’ Alley, Kenny Bolin does his segment for his hospital bed. He starts off by talking about Jerry Jarrett’s comments about him on last week’s show and how much they mean to him. He talks about how Jim Cornette will not even visit him in the hospital. Kenny also gets into how he was the ring announcer for Smoky Mountain Wrestling, the Who’s Slamming Who ratings, ordering his DVDs, and teases another bombshell he’s going to drop on Cornette on next week’s show.
The Doc is back in this week with another edition of Shoot Talk From Doc. Steve Williams talks about how there are no more great athletes in the wrestling business anymore and how back in his day there were so many. He tells a story about a wannabee promoter contacting him and trying to book him for a show. You’re not going to believe what this “promoter” says to Dr. Death! He also talks about how Triple H only gets the push he does because he’s married to the bosses daughter and how Triple H couldn’t lace his boots. Dr. Death also talks about how he thinks Ric Flair retired at the right time, his recent health, his book, OU Football and much more.
This week on Inside The Behrens Bubble, Bill Behrens talks about Road Dogg as an agent for TNA and how he’d be a good replacement for Don West. He also talks about some of the Internet rumors concerning how TNA is giving their agents more say in the matches. Bill always provides a unique insight on the wrestling business and this week is no different.
This week on Wrestle This, Jody “The Assassin” Hamilton returns and has a great segment looking at today’s wrestling fans. He puts today’s wrestling fans in six different categories and goes into detail on each. The six categories are: casual fan, curiosity fan, TV fan, targeted fan, hardcore wrestling fan currently, and hardcore fan from the past. Excellent stuff here!
With Halloween right around the corner, “The Genius” Lanny Poffo returns with a new edition of Poetry in Motion and looks at a great Halloween memory he has wrestling against Hulk Hogan on Saturday Night’s Main Event. Poffo talks about how it was the highlight of his career. He also recites a few of the poems he had for Hulk Hogan on this week’s episode.
John Cena Sr. returns with an all new edition of You Can’t Hear Me. This week, John looks at the upcoming Killer Kowalski Memorial show this Sunday, Bonecrusher Sampson, Cyber Sunday, upcoming independent shows, and much more.
This week on Up Close & Personal, the WWE Sign Guy looks at meeting Adam Sandler and Donald Trump at WrestleMania 21, Mark Henry scaring his friend’s children, duck taping his hat to his head so Shelton Benjamin couldn’t steal it, the next event he will be at, Sign Guy panties, Edge getting him thrown out of a building, his acting debut, and more.
Brian Solomon returns with another edition of Shut Up & Wrestle this week and looks at some of the nicest and normal people in the wrestling business. He puts over Mick Foley, Dean Malenko, Al Snow, and Rico. He tells a story of how Rico got his car broken into at Madison Square Garden and was nice enough to still sign autographs for fans while he was filing a police report.
This week on From Bell To Bell, Mike Quackenbush looks at how WWE presents their wrestlers as superstars instead of professional wrestlers. He questions how WWE can put talent of their show that have little or no ability. He talks about how Vince McMahon admitted to using steroids and how he was never able to fulfill his childhood dream of being a pro wrestler. Mike also talks about how TNA is a poor man’s version of the WWE and much more.
In what is quickly becoming one of the most entertaining segments on Who’s Slamming Who, Michael Modest returns with a new episode of Modest’s Joint this week and talks about: Tender moments with Scott Hall, how Scott Hall pissed in Roland Alexander’s beer, wrestling accidents and how they can be avoided, top 10 things he hated to eat in Japan, how he sucked a few dirty toes, how he purchased a star ship for his segment, how he felt he was on a dead lady game show, advice he gave to a wrestler that asked him to watch his match, and much more. Very entertaining stuff here!
This week on Lodi’s Licks, Lodi talks about having the weekend off from wrestling and how his back still feels horrible on Monday morning, the stock market, upcoming election, Boston Red Soxs, being a Yankee fan, NASCAR, his ManCave, and more.
Danny Inferno is back with a new edition of Breaking Gimondo this week and wonders what’s wrong with independent wrestlers, promoters, and fans. He talks about skinny guys in biker shorts and fat guys in baggy pants and black t-shirts. He asks if the fans are now the wrestlers and who’s guilty of this. He talks about how all the indie guys wrestle the same and how it’s pro wrestling and not MMA.
This week on No More Bumps, “Mr. Main Event” Ace Darling returns and starts off talking about how horrible the Great Khali/Johnny Knoxville angle was from last week. He also talks about what’s missing in the WWE and it all has to do with light heavyweight wrestling. Ace makes some great points and anyone that’s a fan of the old school light heavyweight style of wrestling will not want to miss this episode.
Judas Young takes today’s independent wrestlers to school on this week’s Tuck Your Chin. Judas does his segment live from an independent wrestling show and talks about the following: how trainers let mentally challenged and out of shape people become wrestlers, how a bad promoter makes a good promoter look bad, how you have to spend money to make money, how it’s another job being a pro wrestler and how you have to look the part, how you should look like a champion, how you must give the impression that you’re someone, how you can’t look like you’re someone sitting in the crowd, how you have to show emotion, how a good referee is the key to a good match, words of wisdom from Mario Savoldi, a good ring announcer, and tons more. This is an excellent segment, by far Judas’ best one yet.
With Allan Funk on an overseas tour, his good friend The Funkster takes his place for a while here on Who’s Slamming Who with the debut of his new segment Whatcha Gonna Do. This week, The Funkster calls out Danny Bonaduce and challenges him to a match. Danny Bonaduce, whatcha gonna do when The Funkster runs wild on you!?!?
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HALLOWEEN PARTY EPISODE THIS MONDAY NIGHT:
A 2008 WWE Hall of Fame inductee has been confirmed for this Monday night’s Who’s Slamming Who HALLOWEEN PARTY episode on October 27th. Who will it be? Tune in this Monday night at 6 PM to find out at: WhosSlammingWho.podomatic.com
Danny Inferno will be joining the main show of Who’s Slamming Who this Monday night and will be a part of the HALLOWEEN PARTY episode. What better topic to discuss than being the person that broke the Boogeyman’s teeth! Was Danny a hired hitman to take out the Boogeyman when he was in OVW? All the rumors are put to rest this Monday night on the very special HALLOWEEN PARTY episode. Be sure to tune in this Monday night at 6 PM at: WhosSlammingWho.podomatic.com
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