JIM CORNETTE REVEALS WHY HE FEELS JOHN LAURINAITIS HAS SO MUCH POWER IN THE WWE, KENNY BOLIN REVEALS WWE STOOGE, JOHNNY RODEO TALKS ABOUT MANAGING TRIPLE H WHEN HE WORKED ON THE INDIES, IRON SHEIK ADDRESSES OPIE & ANTHONY APPEARANCE, KEVIN KELLY CALLS OUT THE WWE, BILL BEHRENS LOOKS AT TNA PROBLEMS, REMEMBERING BUDDY ROSE, AND MUCH MORE TONIGHT ON WHO’S SLAMMING WHO!
Tonight, 5-4, on Who’s Slamming Who, Tommy Fierro and Brian Solomon open the show remembering the late "Playboy" Buddy Rose. They then take a look at this past Friday night’s Smackdown show and really put over how good it was, how great the Edge vs. CM Punk match was, how good it was to get Umaga involved in the finish of that match, how they elevate the MITB briefcase, new pushes for John Morrison, MVP, and The Miz, wrestling theme songs, and much more. Solomon also gives a few WWE insider stories from when he worked with the company, including WWE’s thoughts on Bill Goldberg and why he wasn’t successful there. He also talks about WWE’s thoughts on RVD when he was there.
Kenny Bolin is once again back on THE MAIN SHOW tonight on Who’s Slamming Who, for the third week in a row. Bolin, who was scheduled to apologize to Tommy Fierro for accusing him of being under contract to World Wrestling Entertainment and being Vince McMahon’s personal stooge, instead continues his attack on Fierro. Bolin brings up several facts that he’s recently discovered that will no doubt make everyone wake up and realize Fierro is lying to all of the listeners and members of Who’s Slamming Who. Is Bolin full of crap or is Fierro hiding something from everyone? Decide for yourself now!
Johnny Rodeo joins THE MAIN SHOW this week on Who’s Slamming Who. Rodeo was an independent wrestling manager from the early 90’s on the East Coast. More importantly, he was the manager for Triple H when he first broke into the business. How was Triple H when he was just starting out? Is Rodeo surprised by all the success HHH has had? Has he spoke to HHH since he’s been a huge star? Rodeo also talks about how he would hang out with HHH back then and the two would even trade wrestling video tapes. He also tells a story about how he first met HHH and how it wasn’t at a wrestling show. This is a very interesting segment and very unique as well.
This week on Cornette’s Commentary, Jim Cornette talks about WWE purchasing SMW’s video library several years back, his thoughts on Hardcore Holly and Val Venis being added to the TNA roster, the late Buddy Rose, the WBF, and his thoughts on why he feels that John Laurinaitis has so much power in the WWE. This is one Cornette’s Commentary you do not want to miss!
This week on Byte Back, Kevin Kelly calls out the WWE! Kelly talks about how one of the problems with the business today is how there isn’t that one match that people can’t wait to see. He says how Sting vs. Hulk Hogan was the last match that had that feel to it. Kelly talks about how a match can be a draw today and challenges both WWE and TNA to pick a match and give it a year to build it up.
This week on The Bolin’ Alley, Kenny Bolin addresses his appearance on THE MAIN SHOW this week and how he’s dropped some bombshells on Tommy Fierro. Bolin also takes a look at something big that went down at OVW recently, "The Bolin Foundation", and much more.
The Iron Sheik returned to the Howard Stern Show and the O&A show last week. This week on Make You Humble, Sheik talks about everything that went down. Did the Iron Sheik really soil his pants? Get the answer direct from the source!
This week on an all new Poetry in Motion, Lanny Poffo tells a few secrets about the late great "Playboy" Buddy Rose.
This week on Inside The Behrens Bubble, Bill Behrens discusses Jim Cornette’s book & opinion, Lance Storm’s too, managers, and TNA’s problems with wrestling rules, referees, finishes, announcing and more.
This week, The History of WWE.com’s Graham Cawthon talks about being on hand for Reid Flair’s first public appearance following his heroin arrest, almost getting an interview with the Nature Boy, an exclusive interview with Buff Bagwell, the WWE’s return to Madison Square Garden, and what recent draft pick has unlimited potential and could main event WrestleMania sooner rather than later.
This week on Wrestling Then & Now, Evan Ginzburg looks at wrestling’s unsung heroes, Buddy Rose retrospective, Pat Patterson rare radio upcoming interview, Wrestling Then & Now movie, and Lanny Poffo on Broadway.
Plus new exclusive weekly segments by the legendary Joe "The Assassin" Hamilton, Pro Wrestling Illustrated, Danny Doring, and more!