DJ Wigs goes the Joey Styles route and handles the podcast duties solo covering CM Punk's UFC debut, Alberto Del Rio and Paige's recent departure from WWE, the entirety of Smackdown's first pay-per-view of the new era with Backlash and wraps up by fantasy booking Shinsuke Nakamura's future move to the TV roster.
DJ Wigs and Modifi sit down with SAMDAY and Marcus Papa to discuss their thoughts on this year's SummerSlam, break down if Brock Lesnar should be considered an unsafe wrestler, and wrap up gloating about the wonderfulness that was NXT Takeover Brooklyn.
A call back to my early days when I exclusively played both kinds of music, Hip-Hop and Reggae. Plenty of gems for fans of both in this mix!
DJ Wigs breaks bats over his knee in honor of Bo Jackson and plays Hip-Hop, Funk, and a little Electro-Soul and Reggae.
Part two of our sit down with Jimmy Good Times of the the Job Mob as we dissect whether or not you would want to work with Kevin Owens at White Castle or Sami Zayn at Krystal's. An enlightening and hilarious listen!
DJ Wigs and Modifi sit down with Jimmy Good Times of the Job Mob in a two-part episode to discuss BattleGround 2016 and the current state of professional wrestling. Jimmy spells out what it means to be a jobber for the sake of the business and why you should always boo the heels. The Job Mob is for the children! Vince be praised.
In celebration of Black Atticus's "Black Doom" mixtape dropping July 22nd this week's episode is solely the music of Metal Fingers Doom and focuses heavily on the early portion of the villain's catalog which is my personal favorite period of his. The episode concludes with an exclusive from Atticus's mixtape that you'll hear no where else before the project drops.
BLACK DOOM by BLACK ATTICUS drops JULY 22nd!!!!
Another slobber knocker episode featuring music from Big K.R.I.T and UGK to Michael Jackson and The Whispers punctuated by commentary from good ol' Jim Ross. BAH GAWD THIS PODCAST IS BROKEN IN HALF!!
A mostly instrumental episode designed to allow us to sit back and reflect on the heart ache of the murders committed this week by police and to decide upon our place in the struggle and how best to respond.