2/10 Edition of The Chicago Wrestling Rebellion: Freelance Fallout, Ego Talks All Ego, Fans Call-In About Titus O’Neil’s WWE Suspension, More

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Today’s show starts with Nick replaying his interviews with Former 20+ Year WWE Referee Veteran Jimmy Korderas and 1Wrestling.com Editor-in-Chief Bill Apter giving their initial reactions to the news that Daniel Bryan is retiring.

Nick & Ross then open up the phone lines and chat with fans throughout the show about a variety of pro wrestling new headlines including:

  • Daniel Bryan’s retirement from in-ring pro wrestling competition
  • Titus O’Neil’s WWE suspension
  • Dean Ambrose feuding with Brock Lesnar
  • What the Divas may be doing at WrestleMania
  • CM Punk delaying his UFC fight again for back surgery
  • More…

The first live, scheduled guest on the show is Freelance Wrestling commentator K-Mel. K-Mel joins to run down the results of this past Friday night’s Freelance Wrestling show The Scene Is Dead, Long Live The Scene. Including:

  • Robert “Ego” Anthony’s surprise attack on “All Ego” Ethan Page
  • Sally Stitches being declared the new #1 Contender to the Freelance Championship
  • “Marvelous” Matt Knicks beating down his tag team partner “Big C” Chris Castro after their match
  • Whether or not The Brothers of Funstruction will find themselves in the Freelance Tag Team Championship picture in 2016
  • More…

Midway through the program Freelance Wrestling Superstar “Big C” Chris Castro joins. Castro chats candidly with Nick & Ross about

  • His former tag team partner “Marvelous” Matt Knicks turning his back on him at Freelance Wrestling’s The Scene Is Dead, Long Live The Scene
  • Who else on the Freelance Wrestling roster he would trust as a tag team partner
  • What he has in mind for Freelance Wrestling’s next show on March 11th
  • More…

Freelance Wrestling Superstar Robert “Ego” Anthony then calls in to the show to discuss:

  • Why he showed up unexpectedly at Freelance Wrestling’s The Scene Is Dead, Long Live The Scene and attacked “All Ego” Ethan Page
  • Titus O’Neil’s WWE suspension
  • How he thinks Dean Ambrose is being presented on WWE TV
  • More…

The show wraps up this week with Ross giving a quick recap of the 1998 WWF PPV In Your House: Final Four. Featuring a main event fatal four way match between Bret Hart, Vader, Undertaker & Steve Austin for the vacant WWF World Heavyweight Championship.

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