Wil is a huge wrestling fan, and an action movie guru, so you can bet we talk at length about They Live, No Holds Barred, the continued success of The Rock and what the future holds for Batista. Also, why the Brodus Clay film is the best WWE Studios production you haven’t seen.
We go into his past attending CWA shows from as young as seven months old, how an old school Jerry Lawler fan reconciles that with who The King is now and which wrestling moves are most and least fun to draw.
Also Chikara, because you guys like it when we talk about Chikara, right?
What better way to celebrate ten episodes of Have A Nice Day, than with an extra-special, deluxe episode with my first guest who is actually in the wrestling industry, commentator extraordinaire, Leonard F. Chikarason?!
In this two-hour(!) chat, we go all over the place, from his teenaged run-ins with the ECW crew, to his current role as commentator for the remaining Wrestlings Is and Absolute Intense Wrestling.
He also settles the very first Have A Nice Day feud, as Leonard addresses Chris Sims’ claims that indie commentators are too cool to call an Ace Crusher a Diamond Cutter. There’s also a lot of talk about comic books, even more than I anticipated. Enjoy the show!
This week I’m joined by WithLeather and The Mandible Claw’s Danielle Matheson to chat about shoe retail, The Happy Mondays, and why my friend James sucks. Oh yeah, and wrestling, that’s why we’re here, right?
This week’s episode also features my tale of getting starstruck after meeting Chuck Taylor, how not to be a dickhead wrestling fan, and the enduring brilliance of The Submission Squad.
…And now for something completely different. This past weekend I attended ThoughtBubble comics convention in Leeds, and on the drive back to Manchester, I recorded a chat with my good friend Twigg about his unique views on our beloved sport.
Listen to this week’s episode to hear why The Worm is the greatest move ever, our differing opinions on PG wrestling, and Twigg’s ultimate formula for the perfect wrestling match.
This week, I’m joined by a very special guest! One of my favourite people on the internet, ComicsAlliance’s Chris Sims joins me for an extra-special, ninety minute(!) edition of the podcast, and we go all over the place, talking about Sting, Daniel Bryan, Jushin “Thunder” Liger, Bo Dallas, the difference between the Stunner and the Diamond Cutter, Goldust, and the book where Torrie Wilson and Batista are wrestlers by night, international spies by later that night.
This week, we’re talking about what it was like to come into wrestling just after the Attitude Era, the prevelance of formulaic matches in modern mainstream wrestling, and it wouldn’t be a chat between myself and Gibbo without some sort of bet or challenge being agreed upon by the end.
Five weeks of this already, just look how the time flies. I say it every time, but this week I am joined by one of my very best friends. He’s a man I have enjoyed countless wrestling shows with, both live and sat in a basement at 1am, surrounded by like-minded fellows, the one and only, Matthew Beswick. We talk about the greatness of Chris Jericho, the underappreciated Attitude Era mid-card, and I detail my plans to save the career of Curtis Axel. Yes, I am that mad.
It’s a great episode, and Sam’s a super fun guy to chat to. He’s also very opinionated, so have a listen to this week’s episode to hear his controversial thoughts on all sorts, including which era-Undertaker is the only one he likes.
This week I’m chatting to The Outhouse’s Niam Suggitt as someone who was never really that into wrestling as a child, and we’ll talk about what it means to come to wrestling as an adult, as well as the connection between the world of comic books and of professional wrestling (and other stuff, obviously)