Friday, August 29, 2014


This week, we're closing the blinds and following the money on Wrestling With Friends with a special conspiracy-themed episode.

It all begins with a discussion on the conspiracy of why WWE suddenly sucks so much, what the heck Jeff Jarrett is doing in Japan when he should be getting his slow-moving promotion off the ground, and just what Alberto Del Rio is actually planning now that he's back in Mexico for AAA JUST before their new television show convenient...FOLLOW THE MONEY!

The tin-foil hats really come out during the second segment, as Jesse Ventura comes on the show to guide the Friends through a mine-field of wrestling conspiracies. Three of the biggest people and events in wrestling are put under the hot lamp as the Friends attempt to expose the truth. What was Vince Russo really doing in WCW? How much did Bret Hart really know about the Montreal Screwjob? And just how many of Macho Man's Slim Jims did Stephanie McMahon really snap into? The Friends offer the evidence, but it's up to you to decide what's coincidence...and what's fact. FOLLOW THE MONEY!

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

or Direct Download: Episode 34 - Distracted by Ventura's Dead Body

0:00 - 40:44: Intros & Current Promotion News

41:15 - 1:33:38: Wild Card: Wrestling Conspiracies

1:36:18 - 2:12:42: The List: #72

Final Song - Randy Savage, "I'm Back"

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1 comment:

  1. Montreal Screw Job. In one of the older video games from about 5 or 6 years ago, in one of the story lines, you wrestler walks in on Triple H telling Vince McMahon "If Brett Hart doesn't wanna play ball, then we'll MAKE him". And then a few matches later is the Montreal Screwjob.
    So..... Triple H plotted the screwjob? No way. Because Triple H wasn't nothing back then. Not a star, not with Steph. NOTHING.