Right after the Rumble, BOOM! Studios releases "WWE: Forever" - a new comic written by Mo Lightning's on-air guest, pop culture junkie, Lan Pitts. Inside the show, Lan explains WWE's thoughts on his comic book storylines, who will win the 2019 Royal Rumbles, Kevin Owens' bad attitude, much more.

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Program runs 51 minutes.

Who will see their walking papers in 2019? Mo & Ballz make their picks of superstars and wrestlers needing to look for new companies this year, and debate the reasons behind the WWE Royal Rumble Universal Championship match switch.

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This free program runs 1 hour, 7 minutes

What does 2019 have in-store for us wrestling fans? Mo Lightning breaks down the year-to-come in his annual A-To-Z Predictions. Some light-hearted, some serious, but all original and new!

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This (free) show runs 31 minutes

We're still a ways away from having all of the details, but this week's All Elite Wrestling event gave us many reasons to be excited. Mo & Ballz recap the announcements and recap certain pro wrestling predictions they made early 2018.

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Program runs 1 hour, 4 minutes

Kenny Omega has choices. Your hosts debate the pros & cons of the industry's biggest free agent heading to WWE, or heading to All Elite Wrestling (or somewhere else!) We also look at the controversial spot from Priscilla Kelly, share some fun facts from the 2010 Royal Rumble, and more.

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This free program runs 53 minutes.

A year ago, Mo Lightning made his A to Z predictions for the world of wrestling for 2018. How'd he do with his thoughts on a Shield break-up, Elias interruptions, the end of Asuka's streak and so many other 2018 guesses?

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Program runs 25 minutes.