It's rare to see our hosts agree, but it's happened with their enjoyment of Fighting With My Family. In this review, Dave admits his skepticism going into the Hollywood take on Paige's career, and while it's not the perfect movie, it's one every wrestling fan should see.

LISTEN NOW - - Or you'll never believe Dave & Mo agreed on this!
Program runs 17 minutes

Mo & Ballz reveal their first live comic con podcast recording of 2019! Get the details inside, hear recaps of this week's WWE Raw and Smackdown, thoughts on the early WrestleMania card, so much more.

LISTEN NOW - - Or you'll miss Mo having fun combining a ton of wrestlers' names.
Program runs 1 hour, 12 minutes

What starts as Harlem Heat talk morphs into a pro wrestling version of the "What If" comic book! Mo & Gregg look at what could have been from an old WCW feud, look back on the cart-driven 2017 Royal Rumble, look at the early WrestleMania card, review the WWE Network's documentary on the relaunched ECW, more!

LISTEN NOW - - You can help us decide if this "What If" segment should live on!
Program runs 43 minutes

Will there be any shocks at this weekend's Fastlane event? Mo & Ballz make their picks for WWE's "dead skunk on the Road to WrestleMania" after talking the loss of NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa due to injury, and after a back-n-forth debate about Torrie Wilson going into the Hall of Fame.

LISTEN NOW - - Or you'll miss Ballz's nickname in college.
Program runs 1 hour, 10 minutes

Rest In Peace, King Kong Bundy. Mo & Gregg shares stories & little known facts about the former WrestleMania headliner, look back on the 2016 Royal Rumble, learn details behind Arn Anderson's recent firing from WWE, much more.

LISTEN NOW - - Or you'll miss Gregg forgetting his own name!
Program runs 50 minutes.

One host really needs a hug this week. Who do you think it is - Mo, Gregg, or Ballz? Leading up to the reveal, our hosts tackle Roman's return, Batista's heel turn, KO swapping with Kofi, Thor taking on Hulk Hogan, SO MUCH MORE!

LISTEN NOW - - Or you'll miss the idea that might replace our 'Scott Hall Death Watch'
Program runs 1 hour, 6 minutes