Friday, August 15, 2014


We're excited to bring you this episode of Wrestling With Friends during Shark Week! Unfortunately, Erik's problems with his microphone make it sound like he's recording from inside a shark tank. We apologize for the sound quality—please don't bite our heads off!

The biggest event of the Summer is around the corner, and the Friends are prepared to face it head on. They talk about all the major stories going into WWE Summerslam, as well as make their latest predictions in the Friends Cup, which is quickly turning into its final laps with Andy in the clear lead. Will Blake & Erik catch up? Is TNA still a business? All that, and some exciting changes in the Indy world are all on tap this week!

The Friends traded in their Geo Prism since last month—will their new mode of transportation get them to the Alternate Universe safely? If you're hoping to hear them talk about some modern-day nWo factions using current-day wrestlers, then let's pray for them! And if they're to make it back to talk about their #73 picks from The List, then they'll need about as much courage as John Tenta to complete the trip!

Join Blake, Andy & Erik, just a couple of friends chatting about wrestling. Won't you be our friend?

or Direct Download: Episode 33 - Jumping the John Tenta

0:00 - 46:55: Intros, Friends Cup & Current Promotion News

48:12 - 1:18:15: Alternate Universe: Modern Day nWo

1:19:50 - 1:52:51: The List: #73

Final Song - Big John Tenta, "Music Goes Round and Round"

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1 comment:

  1. My New New World Order.
    Bully/Bubba Ray and DeVon Dudley. A hardcore tag team putting people through tables to show NWO brutality. Plus that would work well to have Paul Heyman as a Bishoff character. Chris Jerich (heel version) for some flash. And as leader, crazy ass loose cannon (R.I.P. Brian Pillman) Dean "The Lean Mean Machine" Ambrose.
    Nailed it.